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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 6640 11-Feb-2006 01:31
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can anyone tell me, how to send at-commands to the gprs modem that is buildin in the T-Mobile MDA III? I would like to connect to my own ras server.

Thanks for your answers!

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  Reply # 28208 11-Feb-2006 09:42
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Welcome to Geekzone... You can do it in two ways:

  • Connect from a PC or laptop over Bluetooth
  • Connect directly from your Pocket PC

    Which option you want to use? These will have the AT commands in different locations...

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    Wannabe Geek

      Reply # 28239 11-Feb-2006 23:35
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    Hello, thanks for Your reply

    I'm developing an application, that runs directly on the Pocket PC, so there's no connection to a Laptop or Desktop PC. My App is written in VC++ 2005 for Smart Devices and I want to connect a Pocket PC to a Ras server via GPRS with a command like "AT+CGDCOUNT" and "ATD*99***1"
    I think, I have to know the Com Port, but I'm not sure.

    Thank You for Your help!



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    Wannabe Geek

      Reply # 28592 15-Feb-2006 21:56
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    Hello, please tell me how it works.

    Thank You!

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