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  1.                                                            
  2.                Procedures for Access to U.S. ADP Autonet Via Datapac
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  4.                     Examples are shown in square brackets ([ ]).
  5.                          <CR> represents a carriage return.
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  9.           Users wishing to access hosts on ADP Autonet  from  the  Canadian
  10.           Datapac network now have two separate services available to them.
  11.           There is the existing X.25 Service, which has been in  place  for
  12.           several  years  and  the  new X.75 Gateway service, both of which
  13.           will allow asynchronous terminal access.  The  new  X.75  Gateway
  14.           provides additional capabilities including:
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  16.                   Calls from Autonet to hosts on Datapac
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  18.                   Host-to-host and non-X.29 type connections
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  20.                   Pad parameter control using X.29 packets
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  24.           To Connect: (X.25 and X.75 Services)
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  26.            1. Set either the terminal or coupler to  half-duplex  operation
  27.               (not both).
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  29.            2. Dial the local access number  and  wait  for  a  high-pitched
  30.               tone.
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  32.            3. Couple the terminal to the telephone line.
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  34.                   For direct connect Modems, switch to DATA MODE.
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  36.                   For Acoustic Couplers, place the telephone receiver  fir-
  37.                   mly  in  coupler,  positioning  the  cord  as  marked  on
  38.                   coupler.
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  40.            4. Type a period (.) followed by a carriage return.
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  42.                   [ . <CR> ] for 300 bps
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  44.                   [ .. <CR> ] for 1200 bps
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  46.            5. Datapac will respond with:
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  48.                   DATAPAC:  xxxx yyyy (xxxx yyyy = Datapac and port number)
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  50.            6. To enable local character echo, type:
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  52.                   [ SET? 2:1 ]
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  63.                   Datapac will respond with:
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  65.                   PAR 2:1
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  67.            7. Request a connection to Autonet via the X.25 or X.75 service:
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  72.                                     X.25 Service
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  74.               Type  the  ADP  Autonet address (29400094) followed by a car-
  75.               riage return.
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  77.                   [ 29400094 <CR> ]
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  79.               Datapac will respond with:
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  81.                   DATAPAC: CALL CONNECTED
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  83.               You may now proceed  with  the  normal  Autonet  access  pro-
  84.               cedures. Begin by typing two carriage returns.
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  86.                   [ <CR> <CR> ]
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  88.               Autonet will respond with:
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  90.                   Autonet Line xxxxxxxxxx
  91.                   Command:
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  93.               Type:
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  95.                   [ C 8883126 <CR> ]
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  97.               Autonet will respond with:
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  99.                   CALL CONNECTED
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  101.               Signon to host as usual
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  129.                                 X.75 Gateway Service
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  131.               Type X.121 address of host.
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  133.                   [ 1 3126nnnnnnnnnn <CR> ]
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  135.                       where:
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  137.                       1 - signifies an International call
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  139.                       3126 - signifies Autonet Network Address (DNIC)
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  141.                       nn..n  -  up  to  10  digit Autonet assigned host DTE
  142.                       address
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  144.               Datapac will respond with:
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  146.                   DATAPAC: CALL CONNECTED to host
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  148.               You  may  now  proceed  with  the  normal Autonet access pro-
  149.               dedures. Begin by typing two carriage returns.
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  151.                   [ <CR> <CR> ]
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  158.           To Disconnect:
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  160.            1. Log-off the host computer as usual.
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  162.            2. After the host clears the call Datapac will respond with:
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  164.                   DATAPAC: CALL CLEARED - remote request
  165.                   DATAPAC: nnnn nnnn
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  167.            3. Either  initiate  another  connection,  or simply hang up the
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  195.                                                                     Datapac
  196.                                                              Sample Session
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  199.                            Sample Datapac Access Session
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  202.                     User entries shown in quotation marks (" ").
  203.                          <CR> represents a carriage return.
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  206.           300 and 1200 Baud
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  208.                   Dial the local Datapac access number.
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  210.                   At the high pitched tone,  couple  the  terminal  to  the
  211.                   telephone line.
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  214.                   ". <CR>"
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  216.                   DATAPAC: xxxx yyyy
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  218.                   "29400094 <CR>"
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  220.                   DATAPAC: CALL CONNECTED
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  222.                   "<CR>"
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  224.                   Autonet Line 3130157042
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  261.                                                                     Datapac
  262.                                                                       Notes
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  265.               Major Differences Between ADP Autonet and Datapac Access
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  269.            1. Datapac does not default to local PAD echo. Echo can  be  set
  270.               by:
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  272.                   * setting either the terminal or coupler  (not  both)  to
  273.                   half-duplex
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  275.                   * changing the Datapac PAD echo setting with a  set  com-
  276.                   mand (SET? 2:1)
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  278.            2. Datapac has fixed padding of two (2) characters for  carriage
  279.               returns  and no padding for line feeds and tabs. If your ter-
  280.               minal requires additional delays, you will have  to  use  the
  281.               Autonet  Communications  Command Language (CCL) commands $$CR
  282.               and $$LF to insert the correct amount of delay or  your  ter-
  283.               minal will drop characters at the beginning of each line.
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  285.            3. If  a  parity  error  occurs,  Datapac  will  warn  you  with
  286.               "DATAPAC: REENTER", and it will discard the entire input buf-
  287.               fer.
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  289.            4. Datapac will only transmit when a carriage return is entered.
  290.               Therefore, certain characters such as Control S (CTRL  S),  Q
  291.               (CTRL Q), and O (CTRL O) will not produce the desired results
  292.               unless followed by a carriage return. Note that the  carriage
  293.               return will be entered into your file or job.
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  295.            5. To delete characters, type backspace or Control  H  (CTRL  H)
  296.               characters.
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  298.            6. On the X.75 Gateway service, users  must  enter  the  numeric
  299.               X.121  host  address  (3126nnnnnnnnnn).  However, on the X.25
  300.               service, an Autonet host name can be used at the Autonet Com-
  301.               mand: prompt.
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  303.            7. X.25 service users have the ability to make  a  COLLECT  call
  304.               from  Datapac  to Autonet and a CALLER PAID call from Autonet
  305.               to the destination host. This is not  possible  on  the  X.75
  306.               Gateway.  Users  wishing  to make calls to a CALLER PAID host
  307.               via the X.75 Gateway, must obtain a Datapac Network  User  ID
  308.               (NUI) from their local Datapac Account Representative.
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  327.              Procedures for Access to Canadian Datapac via ADP Autonet
  328.                              X.75 Gateway service ONLY
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  330.                     Examples are shown in square brackets ([ ]).
  331.                          <CR> represents a carriage return.
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  335.           To Connect:
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  337.            1. Dial the local access number  and  wait  for  a  high-pitched
  338.               tone.
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  340.            2. Couple the terminal to the telephone line.
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  342.                   For direct connect Modems, switch to DATA MODE.
  343.  
  344.                   For Acoustic Couplers, place the telephone receiver  fir-
  345.                   mly in coupler, postioning the cord as marked on coupler.
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  347.            3. Type two carriage returns.
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  349.                   [ <CR> <CR> ]
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  351.            4. Autonet will respond with:
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  353.                   Autonet  Line  xxxxxxxxxx  (where  xx..x is 10 digit port
  354.                   number)
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  356.            5. Type  C  (Connect)  Command  and the X.121 address (12 digits
  357.               only) of the host on Datapac.
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  359.                   [ C 0 3020xxxxxxxx ]
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  361.                       where:
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  363.                       C - signifies Autonet CONNECT Command
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  365.                       0 - signifies an International call
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  367.                       3020 - Datapac Network Address
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  369.                       xx..x - 8 digit Datapac assigned host DTE address
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  371.            6. For  example:  To  connect to the Datapac on-line information
  372.               directory
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  374.                   [ C 0 302092100086 <CR> ]
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  376.            7. Autonet will respond with:
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  378.                   CALL CONNECTED
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  380.            8. Signon to host as usual
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  393.           To Disconnect:
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  395.            1. Log off the host computer as usual.
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  397.            2. When  the  host  clears  the connection, Autonet will respond
  398.               with:
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  400.                   ?**CALL CLEARED - CODE:NNN
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  402.                   Autonet Line xxxxxxxxxx
  403.                   Command:
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  405.            3. Either initiate another connection, or  simply

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