FSO/ASU not registering on the Australian Vodafone GSM network
billk at iinet.net.au
Wed Sep 17 02:43:32 CEST 2008
What are the correct minicom settings? - Ive tried almost every
combination without any effect - yes Ive powered on the chip before
On Tue, 2008-09-16 at 20:15 +0800, Erin Yueh wrote:
> William Kenworthy wrote:
> > Thanks. I also found you can run the daemon in verbose mode on the
> > command line. Doesnt appear to be asking to register. I dont have a
> > pin set, so have just set it in my Treo to see if that is the problem.
> > BillK
> > On Tue, 2008-09-16 at 10:51 +0100, Al Johnson wrote:
> >> On Tuesday 16 September 2008, W.Kenworthy wrote:
> >>> I am having a problem registering anything ASU/FSO based with the
> >>> Australian Vodafone GSM network. Its not the SIM card but ASU/FSO as
> >>> 2007.2 works fine. I also believe that other Aussies are having the
> >>> same problem.
> >>> I found some pages describing how to manually talk to the GSM chip, but
> >>> they are 2007 based and dont work for me. Is there anything on how to
> >>> talk to the GSM chip (mimicom?) on the wiki?
> >> mickeyterm in FSO gives you a connection to the GSM chip to run AT commands.
> >>> Are the connect commands built into the GSM daemon, or in a config file
> >>> somewhere they can be checked/modded?
> >>> BillK
> You still can use 'cu', 'socat' or 'minicom' to connect to GSM modem
> directly. If you use '2007.02', you can read gsmd log. If you use
> '2008.08', use 'logread' to see the log information from GSM modem.
> Check what CME or CMS error code you have.
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