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56K:
&F&C1&D2W2+MS=V32
Use for bad line noise.

HCF 56K PCI:
S37=16S38=16S25=40
Use for disconnections due to line noise.

Rockwell HCF 56K:
S37=16S38=16S25=40
Use for noisy phone lines.

SoftK56:
AT&F&C1&D2S=50
Suppose to improve connect speed and reliability.