That was the one. We have had good luck in the past with the USB versions of the Multitech modems when used with the CDC drivers. Not sure why you would be having problems with it. Are the issues driver related, or do they deal with the facsimile aspects of the modem?
On Feb 24, 2010, at 11:05 AM, Darrik Spaude wrote:
> Hi Scott,
> I've used a CableMAX USB-to-serial cable (FTDI chipset) with the
> Multi-Tech modems, but that has mostly been with Tiger and Leopard. I
> haven't used the cable on a Snow Leopard box.
> With which USB modem did you have hideous problems? MT9234ZBA-USB?
> Jim, to which Multi-Tech drivers in open source were you referring? The
> MT5634 USB modems relied on Apple's CDC implementation.
> (Dev. Engineer, Multi-Tech Systems)
>> The drivers used by the multitech modem are in open source. What
> problems are you having?
> On Feb 24, 2010, at 10:49 AM, Scott Ribe wrote:
>> Can anyone point me to a source for purchasing a small quantity of
>> USB->serial converters based on the FTDI chip? I thought I had located
>> and purchased samples of FTDI & Prolific ones, but they're all
>> Prolific. (The buy online link on FTDI's site is... not useful...)
>> Why, you ask? Well, I've been having hideous problems with USB drivers
>> under Snow Leopard (for a fax server, first with MultiTech USB modem,
>> then with KeySpan USB->serial drivers), so I wanted to install both
>> and stress test both at the same time, possibly doubling my chances of
>> finding a reliable one in the near future ;-)
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