Thank you for this quick answer.
Yes H24 modem expects some raw data in this mode (after having created a
TCP or UDP socket).
This modem must also support standard way of sending data through ppp. I
will start by using this mode. I ve tried but unfortunately AT+CGDATA is
not recognized by this modem. I m just starting to play with this modem
so I ve to investigate how to configure it properly without this
From: Denis Kenzior [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: jeudi, 31. mars 2011 17:42
Cc: Ostermann, Christophe
Subject: Re: Motorola Modem H24 gprs connection
On 03/31/2011 09:00 AM, Ostermann, Christophe wrote:
After having successfully enabled sms and voice call with modem h24
motorola. I am now trying to setup a gprs connection.
In fact Motorola has a specific set of AT command AT+MIPxxx to setup
gprs connection by using an internal TCP/UDP IP stack.
Not quite sure what that means? Do you mean the modem expects raw data
and produces TCP/IP packets internally? If so you will have some fun ;)
Can you confirm that the right approach is to write a new
> When a gprs cantext has properly established connection, does ofono
> create a network interface?
No, a network interface is either already created by the kernel driver
when the device is inserted (e.g. on usb data sticks from hso, mbm, etc)
or created by the ppp stack managed inside the gprs-context driver. All
oFono does is bring the interface up.
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