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Topic # 7614 28-Apr-2006 02:37
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Hi friends,

I am new in the forum, and I've some difficulties to connect to GPRS via my Fastrack Modem M1306B.
I've executed following commands in order to do it but, things doesn't works:

at+cgdcont=1,"IP","xxx"
atd*99***1#


And i got

Connect 9600 and after few seconds NO CARRIER.

Someone can help me in this issue?

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Reply # 34191 28-Apr-2006 07:20
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What country are you in?
What network are you using?



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  Reply # 35356 10-May-2006 05:33
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sorry for previous reply.
I'm in ivory coast and i want to connect my wavecom m1306b to gprs network of MTN, and i don't succeed to do it. though i read all documentations about gprs commands. can you understand my problem.

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  Reply # 35359 10-May-2006 07:22
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According to my records MTN uses an APN of "internet", so you should try:

AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","internet"

Of course you then need to have some sort of software/client to complete the internet/PPP connection.
eg if you are on a windows device (CE, PPC, desktop) you'll need to start a connection using Dial-Up Networking (DUN).


If you sit at a command prompt and type:

ATDT*99***1#

you will get a whole load of characters across the screen (as it tries to negotiate a connection with you) and when it doesn't get a response you'll get "NO CARRIER".




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  Reply # 35550 12-May-2006 04:22
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It's not problem of APN, because after some checking, it appears that modem cannot succeed to attach to GPRS,

AT+CGREG?

answer is AT+CGREG:0,0

I thought that the problem is modem class so I made some changes
AT+CGCLASS="CG"

and modem is still GPRS detach mode

maybe it's problem of firmware ?????


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