;DTE_HAYES.MAR Hayes compatible dialler module
;To make life easier, here's a fairly defensively coded Hayes dialler
;module. It's designed for use with SET HOST/DTE/DIAL, but can be linked
;into pretty much any code. If you use it from another program, call it
;as DIAL_ROUTINE( dial_string, modem_channel, terminal_channel), where
;dial_string is a character string passed by descriptor containing the
;number to dial, modem_channel is a word passed by value and
;terminal_channel can be anything you like since it doesn't get used (but
;is defined by the SET HOST/DTE/DIAL calling sequence).
;This has been tested with my Super 5 "SUPER MODEM 2400" (why do
;cheap-arse Taiwanese modems always get given names with "super" etc in
;them?), Case Quattros (aka SB2422) of various revisions (and bugs) and a
;Compuspec M9600 (which no-one outside of NZ will have heard of, but it
;goes up to 12kbps, if you can find someone to tell you what the
;incantation is to turn that mode on), attached to ports with or without
;modem control as well as DECservers.
.title DTE_HAYES SET HOST/DTE dialler for Hayes "AT" modems
; DTE_HAYES -- Hayes compatible dialler module for SET HOST/DTE
; This module allows a modem that understands the Hayes "AT" command set
; to be used with SET HOST/DTE/DIAL.
; To set up, compile and link as follows:
; $ MACRO DTE_HAYES
; $ LINK/SHARE DTE_HAYES
; To use, place DTE_HAYES.EXE into SYS$SHARE: and issue the command:
; $ SET HOST/DTE modem/DIAL=(MODEM_TYPE=HAYES,NUMBER=number)
; Alternatively, assign the logical DTE_DF03 to point to DTE_HAYES (it doesn't
; need to be in SYS$SHARE:) and just use SET HOST/DTE/DIAL=number, eg:
; $ ASSIGN SYS$LOGIN:DTE_HAYES DTE_DF03
; $ SET HOST/DTE modem/DIAL=NUMBER=number
; (This works becaus DTE_DF03 is the default dialler module loaded if the
; MODEM_TYPE keyword is left off SET HOST/DTE.) If you don't have any
; DF03s, you may wish to assign the logical systemwide.
; Don Stokes 30-Oct-1991
; Systems Programmer
; GP Print Ltd, Email: email@example.com
; Wellington, Phone: +64 4 4737-320
; New Zealand Fax: +64 4 4965-649
; No warranty or support of any kind is expressed or implied, but bugfixes,
; suggestions or job offers are always welcome. Copyright remains with the
.sbttl Macros and things
; CALL macro - call a subroutine, pass parameters on stack
; Usage: CALL routine [,p1...,p20]
.macro call routine, -
call.argc = call.argc - 1
call.argn = 20
.if less_equal call.argn - call.argc
call.argn = call.argn - 1
calls #call.argc, G^routine
; WANTS -- check if R0 is greater than or equal to value, abort if not
.macro wants, okmin, ?L1
cmpl R0, #okmin
; Status macro.
; Every good MACRO program has one of these; this is no exception.
.macro status, cond, ?L1
blbs cond, L1
.sbttl Data areas
.psect DTE_RW, long,noexe,wrt,noshr
iosb: .blkw 4 ; Dogsbody iosb
waittime: .blkl ; Temp storage for WAIT
expect_buffer: .blkb 32 ; Expect fifo
expect_buffer_l = .-expect_buffer
timeout: .ascid "Timed out" ; Time out message
rem$_facility = ^X1FE ; REM-?-TEXT, message
rem$_text = SHR$_TEXT!
; Script stuff
cr = 13
send_init: .ascid "ATQ0" ; Enable messages
send_dial: .ascid "ATDT" ; Tone dial (no-one uses
send_cr: .ascid ; pulse, do they?
send_reset: .ascid "ATZ" ; Reset modem
init_expects: .address expect_error ; ERROR, didn't like something
.address expect_ring ; RING, Abandon ship!
.address expect_ok ; OK
dial_expects: ; 1 - 7 = failed
.address expect_busy ; BUSY, engaged
.address expect_nocarr ; NO CARRIER, multitude of sins
.address expect_error ; ERROR, didn't like something
.address expect_nodial ; NO DIALTONE, out of order
.address expect_noans ; NO ANSWER, noone home
.address expect_voice ; VOICE, Biological moduation
.address expect_ring ; RING, oops!
; 8 onwards = success
.address expect_c38k ; 38400bps, if ever 8-)
.address expect_c19k ; 19200bps, eg Trailblazers?
.address expect_c12k ; 12000bps, eg Compuspec M9600
.address expect_c9600 ; 9600bps, usually V32
.address expect_c4800 ; 4800 bps
.address expect_c2400 ; 2400 bps, usually V22bis
.address expect_c1200a ; 1200 bps, usually V22
.address expect_c1200b ; 1200 bps with other messages
.address expect_c1200c ; 1200 bps with other messages
.address expect_c1275 ; 1200/75, V23
.address expect_c7512 ; 75/1200, V23
.address expect_c300 ; 300, V21 (or Bell 103)
.address expect_connect ; Straight CONNECT
expect_ok: .ascid "OK"
expect_busy: .ascid "BUSY"
expect_nocarr: .ascid "NO CARRIER"
expect_noans: .ascid "NO ANSWER"
expect_error: .ascid "ERROR"
expect_nodial: .ascid "NO DIALTONE"
expect_voice: .ascid "VOICE"
expect_ring: .ascid "RING"
expect_c38k: .ascid "CONNECT 38400"
expect_c19k: .ascid "CONNECT 19200"
expect_c12k: .ascid "CONNECT 12000"
expect_c9600: .ascid "CONNECT 9600"
expect_c4800: .ascid "CONNECT 4800"
expect_c2400: .ascid "CONNECT 2400"
expect_c1200a: .ascid "CONNECT 1200" ; To avoid it looking like
expect_c1200b: .ascid "CONNECT 1200/" ; CONNECT 12000.
expect_c1200c: .ascid "CONNECT 1200 "
expect_c1275: .ascid "CONNECT 1275"
expect_c7512: .ascid "CONNECT 7512"
expect_c300: .ascid "CONNECT 300"
expect_connect: .ascid "CONNECT"
; Linkage code
.psect DTE_RE, long,exe,nowrt,shr
; Main routine
; 4(AP) = Dial string
; 8(AP) = channel to modem
;12(AP) = channel to terminal
; Initialise modem
call wait @#1000 ; Let modem settle from shock
call flush @8(AP) ; of being asked to do something
call send @8(AP), send_init ; Initialise modem
call expect, @8(AP), init_expects, @#5
wants 3 ; Either OK, ERROR or RING
; Dial number
call wait @#2000 ; Let modem recover from init
call send @8(AP), send_dial ; Send ATDT
call send @8(AP), @4(AP) ; Send phone
call send @8(AP), send_cr ; Send cr
call expect, @8(AP), dial_expects, @#40
wants 8 ; Wait for CONNECT something
; Connected. Display connect message and hand control back to DTEPAD.
call LIB$SIGNAL @#rem$_text!STS$K_SUCCESS, @#1, (R1)
movl #SS$_NORMAL, R0 ; TA-DAH!
; Report status and die. R1 = reason.
failed: call LIB$SIGNAL @#rem$_text!STS$K_ERROR, @#1, (R1)
movl #rem$_text!STS$M_INHIB_MSG!STS$K_ERROR, R0
.sbttl Routine to send characters to the modem
; SEND chan, string
; Sends one character at a time to modem.
.entry send, ^m
movl 8(AP), R0 ; R0 = descriptor addr
movl 4(R0), R2 ; R2 = pointer
cvtwl (R0), R3 ; R3 = counter
1$: $QIOW_S chan=4(AP), iosb=iosb, -
call wait @#100
.sbttl Routine to flush the typeahead buffer
; FLUSH channel
; Flushes the typeahead
.entry flush, ^m<>
1$: $QIOW_S chan=4(AP), iosb=iosb, -
p1=expect_buffer, p2=#0, p3=#0
.sbttl Routine to read characters and match expected strings
; EXPECT chan, expect_address, timeout
; Expects strings to come in through the port. expect_address is a pointer
; to an array of pointers to descriptors; zero address terminates the array.
; R0 at end gives index (plus one) of the string that matched, or zero if it
; timed out. R1 points to string that matched or "Timed out" if timeout.
.entry expect, ^m
; Read character
movc5 #0,#0,#0, #expect_buffer_l, expect_buffer
1$: movc3 #31, expect_buffer+1, expect_buffer
$QIOW_S chan=4(AP), iosb=iosb, -
p1=expect_buffer+expect_buffer_l-1, p2=#1, p3=12(AP)
; Exit if timeout
cmpw iosb, #SS$_TIMEOUT
movaq timeout, R1 ; R1 = timeout message
clrl R0 ; R0 = 0
2$: status R0
; Search expect list for string in expect buffer
movl 8(AP), R7 ; R7 = base of expect list
clrl R8 ; R8 = index into expect list
4$: movl (R7)[R8], R6 ; R6 = address of expect string
beql 5$ ; If zero get next character
cvtwl (R6), R1 ; R1 = length of string
subl3 R1, #expect_buffer_l, R2 ; R2 = position of candidate
movab expect_buffer, R0
cmpc R1, @4(R6), (R0)[R2]
beql 6$ ; compare expect with candidate
incl R8 ; R8 = next expect number
5$: brw 1$ ; No match, next please
; If found, R1 = address of string, R0 = index (plus 1)
6$: movl R6, R1
movl R8, R0
.sbttl Routine to wait for a period of time
; WAIT miliseconds
.entry wait, ^m<>
cvtlf 4(AP), R0
mulf3 #0.001, R0, waittime
call LIB$WAIT waittime