I posted this problem in an older Ice-T thread already but was asked to put it in here:
My setup is as follows: Atari 800XL with P:R:-Connection Cable connected to an UDS-10 Lantronix Serial-to-Ethernet converter which acts like a modem. This works fine when I use Bobterm or 850Express, but unfortunately not with Ice-T (tried with most recent 2.8alpha version and several other earlier ones, including the 48k version).
For Ice-T, I've tried the 850-, PR-Connection-Cable- as well as the R-Verter handler. With the latter one, I don't get any characters, with the two former ones I get the character I enter repeated endlessly (for example, I enter "a" and then a stream of "a"s is printed on the screen. When I disconnect the UDS-10 from power and turn it on again, I get a "NO CARRIER" after a few seconds, which I think is a Lantronix message.
It seems to me that the Lantronix can't handle anything else but A(TA)SCII in command mode, as also I get nothing returned in Bobterm when I switch to VT52. Since Ice-T only offers VT100 or ANSI-BBS, maybe this could be an explaination? In that case, would it be possible to add a setting option for A(TA)SCII as well? It would be great to have an 80 column terminal program I could use !
Or does anyone have the same configuration and it's just some settings I didn't set correctly?
Thanks in advance,