WiModem232 and ProTERM 3.1 for Apple II
"What" doesn't work with 9600?  Does it not go online?  Did you set the WiModem232 to 9600 baud mode before trying these?  This seems to be the biggest battle with ProTERM - it is assuming your modem is at a fixed speed and can't be changed.  Modems back in the 80's that were 2400 baud also could use 300 baud or 1200 baud, you just issued an AT command to change the baud rate (or moved a slide switch in some cases).

ProTERM is horrible - at least compared to Commodore 64 and Amiga terminal programs.  There appears to be no way to simply go to a terminal mode where you can enter AT commands, and then change the baud rate through a pull-down menu.  With C64, Amiga, Atari ST, and PC terminal programs you can type AT commands and easily switch the baud rate (like after issuing AT*B to change the baud rate).

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RE: WiModem232 and ProTERM 3.1 for Apple II - by admin - 01-29-2018, 03:00 PM

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