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Old 5th October 2010
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Default Issue when turning off modem noise on dial-in and dial-up + mgetty

I have a machine running openbsd 4.3 acting as a dialin server using
mgetty, I need to turn off the modem noise of dial-in and dial-out,
I tried and then I edited /etc/ttys and added -m '"" AMT0' to the line where mgetty is but I add to -D also and when I reboot the server dial-in service responds in the first request (I do not want this since my config it's based on rings 2 config and wait 20 seconds for the client to dial again as explained in the
home page of mgetty, also I tried to make a 4.6 box a dial-in server cloning the config but DOESN'T work with 4.6, help needed here boy I need to turn off the audio on de modem.

LeaL

yes: my english it's a mess!
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