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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 24674 30-Jul-2008 18:52
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We all know wavecom manuals and support sucks.Yell Need your help!

Guys, I did my homework on this one but cannot get WIP AT Command activated. It should be a simple thing. I want to use WIP AT Commands through the hyperterminal with Supreme 20 in order to FTP files.Laughing

First I read WIP AT Command user guide Ver 3.11 but there is no description on how to activate WIP AT Command. I read OpenAT IP Connectivity Development guide to search for clues also.
I search through wavecom forum with "WIP AT Command" and "Extended AT command" with no results.
I googled, and found this discussion:Laughing
http://www.gsmhacks.com/forums/gsm/30370-wavecom-fastrack-gprs-help.html

So I tried the below with my Fastrack Supreme 20,
this one is ok:
AT+WOPEN = 1

The AT+WCFM i have problems because I don't have any password for at+wcfm=1(or is a password needed):

at+wcfm=2
+WCFM: 0066,0
OK

at+wcfm=5
+WCFM: 00000071,0
OK

at+wcfm=1
+CME ERROR: 3

Did I miss anything in reading the manuals? Or did I read the wrong manuals? I really spent hours searching through the internet, now how to activate WIP AT commands? Thanks.Kiss

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Wannabe Geek


Reply # 152824 30-Jul-2008 21:26
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Guys

I was reading WIP AT Command user guide again for the 6th time, and on chapter 8 page 84, it seems to hint that I need to create an OPENAT program with the function s32 wip_ATCmdSubscribe(void), and upload it to Fastrack Supreme, then type AT+WOPEN=1 to start using WIP AT Commands. It seems like I don't need to use AT+WCFM.

Am I correct? Do i need to code a openAT program? Any ready made program out there? Innocent

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