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Unable to send AT commands on any interface BGS5T | Thales IoT Developer Community

September 21, 2015 - 6:45pm, 3830 views

Hello,

I have a BGS5T and I have seemed to block my ability to send AT commands to the terminal. I have ASC1 as StdOut and I had USB0 to receiving AT commands. I was able to communicate and was in the middle of trying to configure i2c when I may have changed the Serial/Interface/allocation to 1 or 2. I may have also changed the **** of GPIO/****/ASC1 but I don't think it applies to my problem.

What I get now on the USB0 interface is a bunch of random characters and SIO: If I send a command it will just spit out more grabage and SIO: and the command will not run.

As a last attempt I tried to connect to the RS232 connection on the GPIO with null ****m connetion with loop back handshaking but was still unable to send AT commands to the terminal. In fact I don't know if the terminal is configured to listen for commands on the interface.

At the moment I am completly unable to send commands so I can't even print out a ^SCFG or run an application. I was thinking about the possability of writing a small application that runs the AT commands needed to reconfigure and uploading it to the terminal via OTAP with <midlet-autostart> set to 1. I know that the terminal is set with the Userware/Autostart set to 1.

Thanks for any ideas.