3 Replies Latest reply: Jul 30, 2010 2:19 PM by Hugh RSS

DEVKit sms and email

Newbie

Hi Everyone,

 

I just got the Devkit to try the interface with jasper wireless. I also have a Telit GE865-Quad connected with hyperterminal. I properly set the apn as the device appear in session. I am just wondering why I cannot send an sms with the AT command? sms is never received by the target, even if the device answer OK after the send command!  It does the same with an email. I set the correct smtp info's and after the send command, I receive OK, but the email is never acheive!! Anyone have an idea? Is the evaluation is limited or ??

 


Thanks!

  • Re: DEVKit sms and email
    Newbie

    This is Ken Bednasz from Telit.  You might want to contact Jasper to understand how your SIM account is setup for SMS.  I am not sure if you are sending your SMS to the Jasper short code or if you are trying to SMS to another mobile device.  Also for receiving SMS you might need to send the SMS from the Jasper control center.  It would be best to contact Jasper support team

     

    You can also email TS-NorthAmerica@telit.com for technical support.  It might be good to review the AT commands you are using (ex. AT command log).

  • Re: DEVKit sms and email
    Newbie

    Hi Rancouje,

     

    SMS internetworking is not enabled by default on the AT&T Control Center DevKits - your target would need to also be a device also using a SIM on an AT&T Control Center account - it's not clear from your post if this is the case.

     

    By the way, yes you can send SMS from the Control Center Web UI to a device using a SIM on a Control Center account.  There are several ways to do this; one is via the "SMS Live" tab under "SMS" under Details for a device (click on the device ICCID for details).  Another is to go to the Devices list, click on the wrench & hammer icon under Diagnostics column on the row of a particular device, then under "Diagnostic Wizard" choose "Send an SMS to the device."

     

    For your reference, here are some previous posts that address SMS internetworking:

    http://m2m.com/message/1342#1133

    http://m2m.com/message/1574#1574

     

    Hope it helps,

    Hugh