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 ====== Connect with a 3G modem with command line ====== ====== Connect with a 3G modem with command line ======
  
-have a modem Huawei E1752Cu HSPA. What I want to do is the following1) send and receive an SMS using the modem and 2) establish a broadband connection using the modem+This topic have been moved to [[raspberrypi:modem3g|here]]
  
-Because I don't have a concrete idea of what to do next, I am exploring both sides: 1) using sms to communicate with the raspberry and 2) using mobile broadband to communicate with the raspberry. The fares of having a mobile connected all the time (plain fare are about 15 euros/​month) and in the case of the sms you only pay the sms you send, so in some cases is advisable using only sms.  +Please update ​your favourites.
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-===== Setup modem ===== +
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-Install modem-manager:​ +
- +
-<​code>​ +
-# sudo apt-get install modemmanager +
-</​code>​ +
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-it will detect the modem, do necessary loading of modules and things like that. It is advisable to use it as a service, so when plugin the modem it will be authomatically configured.  +
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-I reommend to run it the ''​--debug''​ option enabled in order to see what is happening behind the scenes:  +
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-<​code>​ +
-root@raspberrypi:/​home/​pi#​ modem-manager ​ --debug  +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305305.945270] [main.c:​167] main(): ModemManager (version 0.5.2.0) starting... +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305305.993128] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin Option +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.002902] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin ZTE +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.013057] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin Huawei +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.020689] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin X22X +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.028594] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin Gobi +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.036247] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin Nokia +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.046679] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin Samsung +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.054036] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin Linktop +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.064143] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin Ericsson MBM +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.072771] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin Wavecom +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.081609] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin Novatel +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.091642] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin Option High-Speed +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.101939] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin Sierra +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.110765] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin Generic +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.118949] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin SimTech +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.127009] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin MotoC +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.134973] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin Longcheer +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​info> ​ [1359305306.142911] [mm-manager.c:​120] load_plugin():​ Loaded plugin AnyData +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​debug>​ [1359305306.203809] [mm-manager.c:​491] try_supports_port():​ (Huawei): (ttyUSB1) deferring support check +
-</​code>​ +
- +
-Many lines will evidence where is the modem located:  +
- +
-<​code>​ +
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-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​debug>​ [1359305306.394255] [mm-at-serial-port.c:​333] debug_log():​ (ttyUSB0): --> '​AT+GCAP<​CR>'​ +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​debug>​ [1359305307.099166] [mm-at-serial-port.c:​333] debug_log():​ (ttyUSB0): <-- '​AT+GCAP'​ +
-modem-manager[16723]:​ <​debug>​ [1359305307.102651] [mm-at-serial-port.c:​333] debug_log():​ (ttyUSB0): <-- '<​CR><​CR><​LF>​+CME ERROR: SIM PIN required<​CR><​LF>'​ +
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-</​code>​ +
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-In my case is /​dev/​ttyUSB0.  +
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-===== Send and receive SMS ===== +
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-My next step is to send and receive a test sms. First, I will install minicom to do the test directly typing the AT commands to the modem.  +
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-<​code>​ +
-# sudo apt-get install minicom +
-</​code>​ +
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-<​code>​ +
-# minicom --device /​dev/​ttyUSB0 +
-</​code>​ +
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-It is advisable to check out these pages in order to know the basic AT commands to do the task: +
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-  * [[http://​www.shapeshifter.se/​2008/​04/​30/​list-of-at-commands/​]] - Interesting to make a connection to the internet +
-  * [[http://​www.developershome.com/​sms/​atCommandsIntro.asp]] +
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-==== Enter the pin, check pin status, etc ==== +
- +
-See pin status:  +
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-<​code>​ +
-AT+CPIN? +
-+CPIN: SIM PIN   # it needs pin of the SIM +
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-OK +
-</​code>​ +
- +
-Enter pin: +
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-<​code>​ +
-AT+CPIN=9999 # put your pin here +
-OK +
-</​code>​ +
- +
-==== Network registration ==== +
- +
-Check out network registration and register into network if neccesary:​ +
- +
-<​code>​ +
-AT+CREG? +
-+CREG: 0,5   # 5 means connected +
-</​code>​ +
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-Description of the values: +
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-<n> +
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-  * Disable unsolicited status callback. +
-  * Enable unsolicited status callback, +CREG: <​stat>​ +
-  * Enable unsolicited status callback, +CREG: <​stat>,​[,<​lac>,<​ci>​[,<​AcT>​]] +
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-<​stat>​ +
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-  * Not registered, not searching +
-  * Registered to home network +
-  * Not registered, searching for network +
-  * Registration denied +
-  * Registered, roaming +
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-You can change the status with the following command:  +
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-<​code>​ +
-AT+CREG=1 +
-</​code>​ +
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-==== Send an sms ==== +
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-There are many ways to send an sms. You can send it directly, write first the message into the memory of the modem, etc... +
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-**Direct sending** +
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-<​code>​ +
-AT+CMGF=1 ​              # say the modem to operate in sms mode +
-OK +
-AT+CMGS="​669807321" ​    # send a message directly +
-> text your message here, and end the message with ^Z (control+z) +
-</​code>​ +
- +
-<​code>​ +
-AT+CMGF=1 ​              # say the modem to operate in sms mode +
-AT+CMGW="​669807321"​ +
-> A simple demo of SMS text messaging. +
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-+CMSS: 1                # the ID of the message in memory +
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-AT+CMSS=1 ​              # send the message with id = 1  +
-</​code>​ +
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- +
-==== Read a message ==== +
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-To list all the messages in the memory: +
- +
-<​code>​ +
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-</​code>​ +
- +
-==== Delete a message ==== +
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-To delete a message: +
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-<​code>​ +
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-AT+CMGD=2 +
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-</​code>​ +
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- +
- +
-==== Lista de operadores moviles ====  +
- +
-<​code>​ +
-AT+CGDCONT?​ +
-</​code>​ +
- +
-Y usamos uno:  +
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-<​code>​ +
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-AT+CGDCONT=1 +
-</​code>​ +
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- +
-===== Connect to internet ===== +
- +
-INSTALAMOS PPP Y WDIAL:  +
- +
-<​code>​ +
-# sudo apt-get install wvdial ppp +
-</​code>​ +
- +
-~~DISQUS~~+
  
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