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Huawei E353 AT+CLAC ALL huawei AT interface commands

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  1. [*]H
  2. Manual Rejection of a Network Request for PDP Context Activation (rozłączanie połączenia)
  3.  
  4. [*]A
  5. Manual Acceptance of a Network Request for PDP Context Activation
  6.  
  7. [*]D
  8. Mobile Originated Call to a Number (dzwonienie)
  9.  
  10. [*]S0
  11. Ring before Automatic Answer
  12.  
  13. [*]S3
  14. Command Line Termination Character
  15.  
  16. [*]S4
  17. Responds Formatting Character
  18.  
  19. [*]S5
  20. Editing Character
  21.  
  22. [*]S6
  23. Pause before Blind Dialling
  24.  
  25. [*]S7
  26.  Wait for Completion
  27.  
  28. [*]E
  29. Command Echo Mode
  30. (pl: komenda ta spowoduje wyświetlanei wszystkich oidpowiedzi modemu i naszych zapytań tj. należy wysłać komendę ATE1 aby wyświetlało)
  31.  
  32. [*]V
  33. Response Format
  34.  
  35. [*]I
  36. Manufacturer Information about TA
  37.  
  38. [*]T
  39. Tone Dialling
  40.  
  41. [*]P
  42. Pulse Dialling
  43.  
  44. [*]X
  45. CONNECT Result (może być przydatne przy odblokowaniu rozmów)
  46.  
  47. [*]Z
  48. Reset to Default Configuration
  49.  
  50. [*]Q
  51. Result Code Suppression
  52.  
  53. [*]&C
  54. DCD-usage
  55.  
  56. [*]&D
  57. DTR-usage (może być przydatne przy odblokowaniu rozmów)
  58.  
  59. [*]&F
  60. Set all TA parameters to factory defined config
  61.  
  62. [*]+CMGS
  63. Send Message
  64.  
  65. [*]+CMGW
  66. Message storage
  67.  
  68. [*]+CMGR
  69. Read a message
  70.  
  71. [*]+CMGL
  72. Message list
  73.  
  74. [*]+CMGC
  75. Send command
  76.  
  77. [*]+CMSS
  78. Send Message from Storage
  79.  
  80. [*]+CNMA
  81. New Message Acknowledge: AT+CNMA
  82. Set command confirms correct reception of a new message (SMS-DELIVER or SMS-STATUS-REPORT) which is routed directly to the TE.
  83.  
  84. [*]+CSCS
  85. Select TE Character Set
  86.  
  87. [*]+CMEE
  88.  Report Mobile Equipment error
  89. Set command disables/enables the result code +CME ERROR: <err> as an indication of an error relating to the functionality of the ME
  90.  
  91. [*]+CREG
  92. Network Registration Info
  93.  
  94. [*]+CSDH
  95. Show Text Mode Parameters
  96.  
  97. [*]+CNMI
  98. New message notification setting / New Message Indications to TE
  99.  
  100. [*]+CGREG
  101. GPRS Network Registration Status / Network registration
  102.  
  103. [*]+CMMS
  104. More Messages to Send
  105.  
  106. [*]+CMGF
  107. Set message format / SMS Format
  108.  
  109. [*]+CGSMS
  110. Select Service for MO SMS Messages / Message bearer domain command
  111.  
  112. [*]+CSCA
  113. Service Centre Address / SMSC number command
  114.  
  115. [*]+CSMS
  116. Select Message Service
  117.  
  118. [*]+CSMP
  119. Set Text Mode Parameters (SMS)
  120.  
  121. [*]+CPMS
  122. Message storage selection / Preferred Message Storage
  123.  
  124. [*]+CMGD
  125. Delete Message
  126.  
  127. [*]+CSCB
  128. Select Cell Broadcast Message Type
  129.  
  130. [*]^RSTRIGGER
  131. ********************------brak------********************
  132.  
  133. [*]+CLIP
  134. Calling Line Identification Presentation
  135.  
  136. [*]+CLIR
  137. Calling Line Identification Restriction
  138.  
  139. [*]+COLP
  140. Connected Line Identification presentation
  141.  
  142. [*]+CLCC
  143. List Current Calls
  144.  
  145. [*]+CPAS
  146. Phone Activity Status
  147.  
  148. [*]+CSTA
  149. Select Type of Address
  150.  
  151. [*]+CCUG
  152. Closed User Group
  153.  
  154. [*]+CSSN
  155. Supplementary Service Notification
  156.  
  157. [*]+CHLD
  158. Call Hold and Multiparty
  159.  
  160. [*]+CHUP
  161.  Hang Up Call (This command implements the same behave as ATH.)
  162.  
  163. [*]+VTS
  164. DTMF and Tone Generation
  165.  
  166. [*]^DTMF
  167. Command for Sending DTMF key value
  168.  
  169. [*]+CRC
  170. Cellular Result Codes / Command for Setting the Cell Result Codes
  171.  
  172. [*]+CBST
  173. Select Bearer Service Type / Command for Setting the Bearer Service Type
  174.  
  175. [*]+CMOD
  176. Call Mode (może być przydatne przy uaktywnianiu rozmów)
  177.  
  178. [*]^ALS
  179. ********************------brak------********************
  180.  
  181. [*]+CUUS1
  182. User to User Signalling Service 1 (27007-a50.pdf)
  183.  
  184. [*]^CDUR
  185. Call Duration Query Command (EM770_AT_ Modem AT Command .pdf)
  186.  
  187. [*]+CGDCONT
  188. Define PDP Context / PDP environment setting command / Command for Defining the PDP Context
  189.  
  190. [*]+CGEQNEG
  191. Quality of Service Profile (Negotiated) / Command for Requesting 3G Quality of Service Profile (Negotiated)
  192.  
  193. [*]+CGDSCONT
  194. Define Secondary PDP Context (27007-a50.pdf)
  195.  
  196. [*]+CGEQREQ
  197.  3G Quality of Service Profile (Requested) (27007-a50.pdf)
  198.  
  199. [*]+CGEQMIN
  200. 3G Quality of Service Profile (Minimum acceptable) (27007-a50.pdf)
  201.  
  202. [*]+CGPADDR
  203. Show PDP Address / Show PDP address(es)
  204.  
  205. [*]+CGCMOD
  206. PDP Context Modify (27007-a50.pdf)
  207.  
  208. [*]+CGACT
  209. PDP Context Activate or Deactivate / Command for Activating or Deactivating the PDP Context
  210.  
  211. [*]+CGANS
  212. Manual Response to a Network Request for PDP Context Activation (CTFPND-3_AT_Command_Reference.pdf) (27007-a50.pdf)
  213.  
  214. [*]+CGTFT
  215. Traffic Flow Template Read Dynamic Parameters (27007-a50.pdf)
  216.  
  217. [*]^CGDNS
  218. ********************------brak------********************
  219.  
  220. [*]+CGAUTO
  221. Automatic Response to a Network Request for PDP Context Activation
  222.  
  223. [*]+CGDATA
  224. Enter Data State
  225.  
  226. [*]^TRIG
  227. ********************------brak------********************
  228.  
  229. [*]^GCFIND
  230. ********************------brak------********************
  231.  
  232. [*]+CGATT
  233. PS attach or detach / Command for Attaching the MT to or Detaching the MT from the GPRS Service
  234.  
  235. [*]^CGCATT
  236. ********************------brak------********************
  237.  
  238. [*]+COPS
  239. Operator Selection / PLMN selection / Command for Selecting Operators
  240.  
  241. [*]+CGCLASS
  242. GPRS Mobile Station Class (tryby PS / CS)
  243.  
  244. [*]AT+CFUN?
  245. Set Phone Functionality / Command for Setting the Work Mode
  246.  
  247. [*]+CGMI
  248. Request Manufacturer Identification / Manufacturer information query command / Command for Querying the Vendor Information
  249.  
  250. [*]+CGMM
  251. Request Model Identification / Product model ID command / Command for Querying the Product Mode
  252.  
  253. [*]+GMM
  254. TA Model Identification / Querying the Product Model Number Request
  255.  
  256. [*]+CGMR
  257.  Request Revision Identification / Software version number query command / Command for Querying the Software Version Number
  258.  
  259. [*]+CGSN
  260. Request Product Serial Number Identification / IMEI query command
  261.  
  262. [*]+GSN
  263. Request TA serial Number / IMEI query command
  264.  
  265. [*]+CIMI
  266. Request International Mobile Subscriber Identity / IMSI query command
  267.  
  268. [*]+CSQ
  269. Signal Quality / RSSI query function command
  270.  
  271. [*]^CBND
  272. "AT^CBND?" zwraca aktualne ustawienie "Band" modemu z komendy "AT^SYSCFG"
  273.  
  274. [*]^CPDW
  275. ********************------brak------********************
  276. Może ma cos wspólnego z CPWD (g20software.pdf g20 AT Commands.book)
  277.  
  278. [*]^HWVER
  279. Command for Querying hardware version number / Hardware version number query function
  280.  
  281. [*]^HVER
  282. Hardware version number query function (takie smao jak ^HWVER)
  283.  
  284. [*]^FHVER
  285. Zwraca: "Model modemu wersję firmware, wersję hardware" np. "E353s-2A 21.157.06.00.264,CH2E353SM Ver.A"
  286.  
  287. [*]^PFVER
  288. Zwraca ciąg znaków V3R i "Compile date / time"
  289.  
  290. [*]+CLAC
  291. List All Available AT Commands
  292.  
  293. [*]^SN
  294. Zwraca Serial number (numer seryjny urządzenia)
  295.  
  296. [*]+GCAP
  297. Request Overall Capabilities for TA / The Complete Capabilities List command (+GCAP) should indicate the major capability areas of the TA (27007-a50.pdf)
  298.  
  299. [*]^SRVST
  300. Command for Indicating service state change / Service state change indication
  301.  
  302. [*]^MODE
  303. System mode change event indication / Command for Indicating system mode change event (coś nie chce działać, moze być przydatne do podtrzyumania HSPA+)
  304.  
  305. [*]^SIMST
  306. SIM state change indication (coś nie chce działać, moze być przydatne do rozpoznawania braku PS w modemie i karcie Aero2)
  307.  
  308. [*]^HS
  309. TE-MS handshake function command / Command for Handshaking between MS and TE
  310.  
  311. [*]+CPLS
  312. Selection of preferred PLMN list (27007-a50.pdf)
  313.  
  314. [*]+CPOL
  315. Preferred Operator List / Preferred PLMN list
  316.  
  317. [*]+CPBS
  318. Phonebook memory selection / Command for Selecting the Phone Book Memory
  319.  
  320. [*]^CPBR
  321. Phonebook reading / Command for Reading the Phone Book
  322.  
  323. [*]+CPBR
  324. Read phonebook entries / Checking the Parameter Range Supported by the +CPBR Command (HUAWEI_MU509_HSDPA_LGA_Module_AT_Command_Interface_Specification-(V100R001_01,English).pdf)
  325.  
  326. [*]^CPBW
  327. Command for Writing the Phone Book / Phonebook writing
  328.  
  329. [*]+CPBW
  330. Write phonebook entry / Write Phonebook Entries
  331.  
  332. [*]^SCPBW
  333. Write Phonebook (LC6341 AT Command Set User Manual 201154154055464.pdf)
  334.  
  335. [*]^SCPBR
  336. Read Phonebook (LC6341 AT Command Set User Manual 201154154055464.pdf)
  337.  
  338. [*]+CNUM
  339. Subscriber Number
  340.  
  341. [*]+CPBF
  342. Find Phonebook Entries / Command for Querying phonebook Query
  343.  
  344. [*]+CSIM
  345.  Generic SIM access (27007-a50.pdf)
  346.  
  347. [*]+CPIN
  348. Enter PIN / PIN management command
  349.  
  350. [*]^ICCID
  351. "AT^ICCID?" return integrated circuit card identification from the SIM card (RIM_1802G_RIM_1902G_AT_Commands_Guide.pdf)
  352.  
  353. [*]^CPIN
  354. PIN management command ^CPIN (new feature) / Command for Manage PIN (indicate remaining password input times)
  355.  
  356. [*]+CRSM
  357. Command for Accessing a SIM Card Through Restricted SIM Access / Restricted SIM access
  358.  
  359. [*]^PNN
  360. EFPNN (PLMN Network Name) - contains the full and short form version of the network name
  361.  for the registered PLMN.
  362.  If the Operator Name Source is CPHS Operator Name String long and short form,
  363.  refer to <indValue>, the following two SIM Elementary Files are used:
  364.  EFONString (Operator Name String) - contains the name of the PLMN operator who issued the
  365.  SIM.
  366.  EFOPShort (Operator Name Short form) - contains a short form of the name of the PLMN
  367.  operator who issued the SIM.
  368. (s000453c.pdf)
  369. ********************------brak------********************
  370.  
  371. [*]^CPNN
  372. ********************------brak------********************
  373.  
  374. [*]^OPL
  375. EFOPL (Operator PLMN List) - contains the PLMN identification and location ID together with
  376.  the index of the corresponding PNN record.
  377. ********************------brak------********************
  378.  
  379. [*]^CARDLOCK
  380. Card lock command / AT^CARDLOCK is used for unlock the datacard. When the SIM card which is not allowed by the
  381. operator (Called illegal SIM card) is inserted into the datacard, the datacard can detect it is a illegal
  382. SIM card and require a unlock code before it can register the network. If the right  unlock code is
  383. inputted,  the  datacard  is unlocked  and  then  any  other  opertator’s  SIM  card  can  work  in  this
  384. datacard. If the wrong unlock code inputted exceeds 10 times, the datacard is locked forever and
  385. only  the  SIM card which  is  allowed  by  the  operator  (Called  legal  SIM card) can work with this
  386. datacard.
  387.  
  388. [*]+CCWA
  389. Call Waiting / Command for Reporting of call waiting
  390.  
  391. [*]+CCFC
  392. Call Forwarding Number and Conditions / Call Forwarding Command
  393.  
  394. [*]+CUSD
  395. Unstructured Supplementary Service / USSD command
  396.  
  397. [*]^CMLCK
  398. "AT^CMLCK=?" zwraca: "^CMLCK: ("PS")"
  399. ********************------brak------********************
  400.  
  401. [*]+CLCK
  402. Facility Lock / PIN enabling and query function
  403.  
  404. [*]+CPWD
  405. Change Password / PIN password modifying
  406.  
  407. [*]^CDSF
  408. ********************------brak------********************
  409.  
  410. [*]^CDCF
  411. ********************------brak------********************
  412.  
  413. [*]^CDQF
  414. ********************------brak------********************
  415.  
  416. [*]^DSFLOWCLR
  417. DS traffic reset
  418.  
  419. [*]^DSFLOWQRY
  420. DS traffic query
  421.  
  422. [*]^DSFLOWRPT
  423. DS traffic reporting
  424.  
  425. [*]^CPAM
  426. Central Processor Auxiliary Magazine :))) / Control Plane Assurance Magazine :)))
  427. ********************------brak------********************
  428.  
  429. [*]^TIME
  430. ********************------brak------********************
  431.  
  432. [*]+CTZR
  433. Time Zone Reporting
  434.  
  435. [*]^STSF
  436. SIM ToolKit Set Facilities (TF_PIML PLUS_AT_Commands_Interface_Guide1.pdf)
  437.  
  438. [*]^STGI
  439. COMMAND NOT SUPPORT
  440. SIM ToolKit Get Information (TF_PIML PLUS_AT_Commands_Interface_Guide1.pdf)
  441.  
  442. [*]^STGR
  443. SIM ToolKit Give Response (TF_PIML PLUS_AT_Commands_Interface_Guide1.pdf)
  444.  
  445. [*]^IMSICHG
  446. COMMAND NOT SUPPORT
  447. ********************------brak------********************
  448.  
  449. [*]^PDPSTUB
  450. ********************------brak------********************
  451.  
  452. [*]^CWAS
  453. ********************------brak------********************
  454.  
  455. [*]^CGAS
  456. ********************------brak------******************
  457.  
  458. [*]^MFREELOCKSIZE
  459. "AT^MFREELOCKSIZE?" zwraca: "^MFREELOCKSIZE:liczba"
  460. ********************------brak------******************
  461.  
  462. [*]^CPULOAD
  463. "AT^CPULOAD?" zwraca: "^CPULOAD:0 OK"
  464. ********************------brak------******************
  465.  
  466. [*]^CELLINFO
  467. ********************------brak------******************
  468.  
  469. [*]^MEANRPT
  470. zwraca 0
  471. ********************------brak------******************
  472.  
  473. [*]^CCC
  474. ********************------brak------******************
  475.  
  476. [*]^SPN
  477. Return (U)SIM card's  / Service Provider Name / Command for Getting service provider name
  478.  
  479. [*]^CARDMODE
  480. Unsolicited Result Code Control (201154154055464.pdf)
  481.  
  482. [*]^CURC
  483. Unsolicited report control command / Command for Controlling unsolicited report
  484.  
  485. [*]^CMSR
  486. ********************------brak------******************
  487.  
  488. [*]^CMGI
  489. ********************------brak------******************
  490.  
  491. [*]^CMMT
  492. ********************------brak------******************
  493.  
  494. [*]^AUTHDATA
  495. ********************------brak------******************
  496.  
  497. [*]^DHCP
  498. (można sprawdzać po połączeniu)
  499. ********************------brak------******************
  500.  
  501. [*]^CRPN
  502. ********************------brak------******************
  503.  
  504. [*]^GLASTERR
  505. ********************------brak------******************
  506.  
  507. [*]^NDISDUP
  508. (łączy modem w trybie NDIS)
  509. ********************------brak------******************
  510.  
  511. [*]^NDISCONN
  512. ********************------brak------******************
  513.  
  514. [*]^NDISSTATQRY
  515. (wyświetla informacje o połączneiu NDIS)
  516. ********************------brak------******************
  517.  
  518. [*]^NDISADD
  519. "AT^NDISADD=?" zwraca: "^NDISADD: (0-1),(IP_Address),(Primary_DNS),(Secondary_DNS),(Primary_NBNS),(Secondary_NBNS)"
  520. ********************------brak------******************
  521.  
  522. [*]^DNSP
  523. "AT^DNSP=?" zwraca "^DNSP: (-PrimaryDNS-)"
  524. ********************------brak------******************
  525.  
  526. [*]^DNSS
  527. "AT^DNSS" zwraca "^DNSS: (-SecondaryDNS-)"
  528. ********************------brak------******************
  529.  
  530. [*]^DLOADVER
  531. Zwraca wersję bootyloadera (oem sbl) w Download mode?
  532. ********************------brak------******************
  533.  
  534. [*]^DLOADINFO
  535. Interesująca funkcja. Zwraca takze wartość ^MODE np.:
  536.  
  537. "AT^DLOADINFO?
  538.  
  539. swver:21.157.06.00.264
  540.  
  541. isover:UTPS21.005.11.10.264_MAC21.005.11.08.264
  542.  
  543.  
  544. webuiver:
  545.  
  546. product name:E353s-2A
  547.  
  548. dload type:0
  549.  
  550. OK
  551.  
  552. ^MODE: 5,9"
  553. ********************------brak------******************
  554.  
  555. [*]^NVBACKUP
  556. All Backs up items stored in non-volatile memory
  557. ********************------brak------******************
  558.  
  559. [*]^NVRESTORE
  560. zapewne przywraca backup
  561. ********************------brak------******************
  562.  
  563. [*]^AUTHORITYVER
  564. zwraca wersję ?czegoś? (IMEI?)
  565. "AT^AUTHORITYVER?
  566. 1000
  567. OK"
  568. ********************------brak------******************
  569.  
  570. [*]^AUTHORITYID
  571. Zwraca imei i drguą liczbę po precinku:
  572. "AT^AUTHORITYID?
  573. IMEI,0
  574. OK"
  575. ********************------brak------******************
  576.  
  577. [*]^GODLOAD
  578. Przełącza w tryb Download Mode (oem sbl) bądź bootloadera.
  579. ********************------brak------******************
  580.  
  581. [*]AT^RESET
  582. Resetuje modem, uruchamia ponownie możliwe, że do ustawień fabrycznych.
  583. ********************------brak------******************
  584.  
  585. [*]^NVRSTSTTS
  586. ********************------brak------******************
  587.  
  588. [*]^HWNATQRY
  589. "AT^HWNATQRY?" zwraca liczbę
  590. ********************------brak------******************
  591.  
  592. [*]^FLASHINFO
  593. Zwraca jakieś adresy w pamięci?
  594. ********************------brak------******************
  595.  
  596. [*]^COMM
  597. ********************------brak------******************
  598.  
  599. [*]^HSPA
  600. ********************------brak------******************
  601.  
  602. [*]^CSNR
  603.  
  604. "AT^CSNR?" zwraca dwie liczby, analzia pochodzi z: http://knol.google.com/k/modem-based-3g-signal-analysis#
  605. Range (SNR-A),(SNR-B): (-145--60),(-32-0)
  606.  
  607.     In response to the CSNR command, the modem responds with two numbers. Due to not knowing exactly how these numbers are measured and calculated (see Modem specifics), they have been termed SNR-A and SNR-B.
  608.     (-145--60) means that
  609.         SNR-A response from the modem will be a number from -145 to -60
  610.     (-32-0) means that:
  611.         SNR-B response from the modem will be a number from -32 to 0
  612.         SNR-A ⇀SNR-A value returned from the modem
  613.  
  614.     Note that, unlike in the RSSI case, we defer explaining the meaning of SNR-A for later, subject to further investigation. This due to not knowing what the modem is exactly measuring in this case.
  615.  
  616. SNR-B ⇀ SNR-B value returned from the modem
  617.  
  618.     Note that, unlike in the RSSI case, we defer explaining the meaning of SNR-B for later, subject to further investigation. This is due to not knowing what the modem is exactly measuring in this case.
  619. ********************------brak------******************
  620.  
  621. [*]^FREQLOCK
  622. (kanały do blokownaia na modemie?)
  623. ********************------brak------******************
  624.  
  625. [*]^CFPLMN
  626. "AT^CFPLMN?" wyswietla listę operatorów do których się nie zalogoaliśmy?
  627. ********************------brak------******************
  628.  
  629. [*]^CQST
  630. przyjmuje dwie wartości, 1 i 0
  631. ********************------brak------******************
  632.  
  633. [*]^CAATT
  634. przyjmuje dwie wartości, 1 i 0
  635. ********************------brak------******************
  636.  
  637. [*]^SYSINFO
  638. zwraca sporo informacji, wyjasnienai są dostępne
  639.  
  640. [*]^SYSCFG
  641. ustawienia, częstotliwości, trybu sieci etc.
  642.  
  643. [*]^RXDIV
  644.  
  645.  
  646. [*]^PCSCINFO
  647.  
  648. [*]^CELLSRCH
  649.  
  650. [*]+CLVL
  651.  
  652. [*]^VMSET
  653.  
  654. [*]^CDTMFS
  655.  
  656. [*]^CDTMFE
  657.  
  658. [*]+GMI
  659.  
  660. [*]+GMR
  661.  
  662. [*]^SETPORT
  663.  
  664. [*]^VERTIME
  665.  
  666. [*]^APHPLMN
  667.  
  668. [*]^ANQUERY
  669.  
  670. [*]^APPWRONREG
  671.  
  672. [*]^APTHROUGHPUT
  673.  
  674. [*]^APCONNST
  675.  
  676. [*]^WIFIGLOBALMAC
  677.  
  678. [*]^SCID
  679.  
  680. [*]+CSQLVL
  681.  
  682. [*]^CSQLVLEXT
  683.  
  684. [*]^APPDMVER
  685.  
  686. [*]^AUTHVER
  687.  
  688. [*]^IPV6CAP
  689.  
  690. [*]^DHCPV6
  691.  
  692. [*]^APRAINFO
  693.  
  694. [*]^APLANADDR
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