What are the factory default dip-switch settings?

2.4.1 DIP-Switch Settings
The vast majority of installations are similar, with the MT2834BLR being used to dial up a remote installation where the call is automatically answered. The factory default DIP-Switch settings are based on this assumption. The following is a brief description and summary of the MT2834BL/BLR's DIP-Switch options:

DIP-Switch Summary Asynchronous Mode:

DIP-Switch Condition Effect:

#1 UP* DTR dependent on interface
Down DTR forced On at all times
#2 UP* Hardware Flow Control
Down Xon/Xoff Flow Control
#3 UP -15 dB Transmission (leased line)
Down* -9 dB Transmission (leased line)
#4 UP* UUCP Spoofing Off
Down UUCP Spoofing On
#5 UP* Automatic Answer On
Down Automatic Answer Off
#6 UP* Max throughput On
Down Max throughput Off
#7 UP RTS dependent on Interface
Down* RTS forced On at all times
#8 UP Disable Command Mode
Down* Enable Command Mode
#9 UP Local Digital Loopback On
Down* Remote Digital Loopback On
#10 UP* Dial-Up Operation
Down Leased Line Operation
#11 UP "AT" Responses
Down* Multi-Tech Responses
#12 UP Synchronous Mode On
Down* Asynchronous Mode On
*Factory Default Setting

DIP Switches #13-14
Note: The modem baud rate command ($MBn) overrides the setting of these speed selection
switches (DIP switches #13 and #14).
SWITCH CONDITION EFFECT
#13/#14 UP/UP* 28.8 K bps Operation
#13/#14 DOWN/UP 19.2 K bps Operation
#13/#14 UP/DOWN 14.4 K bps Operation
#13/#14 DOWN/DOWN 9600 bps Operation
DIP Switches #15-16
#15 UP* CD/DSR from Interface
#15 DOWN CD/DSR Forced On
#16 UP 2-Wire Leased Line
#16 DOWN* 4-Wire Leased Line