ehs6 on Linux. Running in multiplex mode from command line. | Telit Cinterion IoT Developer Community
April 14, 2020 - 10:35am, 769 views
Hi, guys. I have the following question.
I wanna to switch my ****m to Remote SAT activation **** (AT^SSTA). And I'm able to do this connecting to my ehs6 ****m from command line directly using picocom.
./picocom -b baudrate /dev/ttyACM0
After restarting the ****m with AT^SMSO, I see the proactive commands from the ****m. So, it is ok.
But now, I wanna to do this using multiplexor. So my steps are:
gsmMuxd -m ehs6 -b 921600 -p /dev/ttyACM0 -K /tmp/gsmMuxd.fifo -H -w -s /dev/mux /dev/ptmx /dev/ptmx
to start a ******, after that, I'm see /dev/mux0 and /dev/mux1 appears, I connect to ****m through mux0 or mux1. Then I send the same command for proactive **** activation, I restart the ****m, kill gprsMuxd and start it again, make another connect to the ****m using m,ux0 or mux1, but I see nothing from ****m. I do not see not SYSSTART, nor SYSLOADING as I see it connecting to the ****m directly. But still can send an ATI commands and get the response.
Do anybody knows how to properly communicate to the ****m using gsmMuxd from command line ?
So as I understand there's no SYSSTART and SYSLOADING URC's but the communication over mux works. Module throws these URCs on start - I suppose that they may be received by the MUX driver when it activates multiplex ****.