Background: I am using a GPRS module. I can get a GPRS context activation with the settings perfectly. I am communicating with the module using a serial to USB converter.
How can I get my computer to use the GPRS internet without using the module as a dialup modem and using a dialup connection. I know the module has internet so in simple words I want the computer to be able to use that GPRS connection for remote connection and internet usage. I have to keep in mind taht in case of a long power failure, both the computer and module will be powered off. I will then send remote commands to the unit to activate GPRS. But how to get the packets out of the box?
Any ideas and suggestions welcome.
What you're attempting to do is possibile, but the method to do it varies from module to module. If you're just sending small amounts of data, using the module's IP stack is okay, but it's not generally as reliable as the operating system's IP stack.
Please post your module information, and we'll be able to help you further.
Thanks a million for your response. I am using a Telit GC864 Quad V2 module http://www.telit.com/en/products/gsm-gprs.php?p_id=12&p_ac=show&p=91 .I will have a look at the IP stack, I am ultinmately looking to use remote desktop with the unit, I know it will be slow but I want to be able to get small data from the computer in question.
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