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CHANGE HISTORY
Version
3.8.16
Date
June 14, 2013
3.9.2
October 17, 2012
3.8.15
October 10, 2012
3.8.14
August 23, 2012
3.8.13
June 30, 2012
3.8.12
3.9.1
April 4, 2012
February 9, 2012
3.8.11
3.8.10
July 7, 2011
June 20, 2011
3.8.9
3.8.8
February 15, 2011
December 14, 2010
3.8.7
3.8.6
3.8.5
September 28, 2010
September 17, 2010
September 9, 2010
3.8.4
June 7, 2010
Description
+BIGNNET allows the ppp connection to be disconnected on ign down event
+BSECUR allows access security to be configured for telnet service ports
Updates:
+BMTIME no longer supports STORED option
+GPSFIL SOG LOG behavior and odometer saving updated
Updates:
+BIFCON to accept “br0” and “wlan0” interfaces
+BIGNEN to enable/disable ignition sensing on BT-5K units
+BDOSET allow ,0 parameter to make settings volatile
+BGPSFIL: New options available for Kalman 1D SOG filter
+BGPSKAL: New defaults recommended for Kalman 1D performance
+BGPSFIL to configure optimized GPS filter for Copernicus II
+BGPSKAL to configure Kalman filter to filter SOG value from Copernicus II
+BOVCMT to configure overcommit of system memory
+BSIPNEG to configure Telnet negotiation and setup for SIP connection
AT&C3 : DCD status is decided by SIP TCP connection status
+BWIFIMD to configure Wi-Fi mode
+BWIFIAPM to configure Wi-Fi AP mode general parameters
+BWIFIAPC to advanced configure all Wi-Fi AP mode parameters
+BWIFIST to query recent Wi-Fi running status
Removal:
+BSMSEV
No change
+BGPSELV to configure GPS elevation angle mask
+BIORATE to configure I/O sampling rate
Updates:
+BPINGH to accept data bytes in packets
+BUSBHOST for BT-5000v2 series to query USB host info
Updates:
+BIPFWD accept now up to 40 ports
+BIPFWDI allows specifying the incoming interface of IP packets to forward.
+BSIPDMO (Serial IP Mobile Originated)
No change
No change
Updates:
+BEVENT accepts now 63 events (1..63)
+BMDIAG: HSPA RF state
I1: RF field include RF module type, PRI and PRLREGION added
+BGPSLOG a new command to log GPS fixes
Updates:
+BGPSRP (GPS Reporting Parameters)
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3.8.2
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February 12, 2010
+BSFMST (Store and Forward Memory Status)
+BRPSWD (AT command password) Add serial port
+BGETLG (Get modem Log) add modem configuration
+BFRBE (Factory Reset Button Enable)
+BSFMRM (Store and Forward Memory Removal)
+BEVLOG (Log BEP event per destination)
+BGPSSV (GPS data server)
+BMTIME (Select modem time source)
+BNTP (Define NTP servers)
+BNTPST (NTP status)
No change
+COPS update for HSPA
+BSIPLS examples
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 12
1.1
Scope .............................................................................................................................................................. 12
1.2
Supported modems........................................................................................................................................ 12
2 AT commands general information .................................................................................................................... 13
2.1
Connecting to the modem ............................................................................................................................. 13
2.1.1
2.1.2
3
4
5
6
7
Over serial port ................................................................................................................................................................ 13
Over TCP/IP ...................................................................................................................................................................... 13
2.2
AT Command syntax ...................................................................................................................................... 13
2.3
AT Command response codes ........................................................................................................................ 14
2.4
Password protected modems ........................................................................................................................ 14
2.5
Modem configuration profiles ....................................................................................................................... 14
Basic connection commands .............................................................................................................................. 16
3.1
D, DP and DT: Dial Command ......................................................................................................................... 17
3.2
A: Answer Incoming Call................................................................................................................................. 18
3.3
+++: Escape Sequence .................................................................................................................................... 19
3.4
H: Hang-up ..................................................................................................................................................... 20
3.5
O: Switch to Online Mode .............................................................................................................................. 21
3.6
S0: Automatic Answer .................................................................................................................................... 22
Basic AT response commands ............................................................................................................................ 23
4.1
E: Echo Sent Commands................................................................................................................................. 24
4.2
Q: Enable/Disable Result Codes ..................................................................................................................... 25
4.3
V: Result Codes Format .................................................................................................................................. 26
Basic profile management commands................................................................................................................ 27
5.1
&V: Display active profile ............................................................................................................................... 28
5.2
&W: Save Active Profile to NV Memory ......................................................................................................... 29
5.3
Z1: Reset to Stored Profile ............................................................................................................................. 30
5.4
&F: Reset to Factory Default .......................................................................................................................... 31
5.5
+BCFGW: Configuration last Write................................................................................................................. 32
5.6
+BCFGV: Configuration Version ..................................................................................................................... 33
Serial port commands ....................................................................................................................................... 34
6.1
&C: Set DCD Signal ......................................................................................................................................... 35
6.2
&D: Set DTR Signal ......................................................................................................................................... 36
6.3
+IPR: DCE Serial Port Speed ........................................................................................................................... 37
6.4
+ICF: Serial Port Character Framing ............................................................................................................... 38
6.5
+IFC: Serial Port Flow Control ........................................................................................................................ 39
6.6
+BSERMD: Serial Port Operational Mode ...................................................................................................... 40
6.7
+BSERAO: Serial Port Always-On .................................................................................................................... 41
Basic wireless service commands ....................................................................................................................... 42
7.1
+CSQ: Check Signal Quality ............................................................................................................................ 43
7.2
+CCED: Check Cell Environment Description ................................................................................................. 45
7.3
+CGDCONT: Define GSM PDP Context ........................................................................................................... 47
7.4
+CREG and +CCREG: Check Registration and Roaming .................................................................................. 49
7.5
+CSS: Serving System ..................................................................................................................................... 50
7.6
+CAD: Query Analog or Digital service ........................................................................................................... 52
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+CGATT: GPRS Attach or Detach .................................................................................................................... 53
7.8
+CGACT: GPRS PDP Context Activate/Deactivate .......................................................................................... 54
7.9
+COPN: Read Operator Name ........................................................................................................................ 55
7.10
+COPS: Operator Selection ............................................................................................................................ 56
7.11
+CFUN: Set Phone Functionality .................................................................................................................... 58
7.12
+CCLK: Clock Management ............................................................................................................................ 59
8 Security............................................................................................................................................................. 60
8.1
+BRPSWD: Modem Remote access Password ............................................................................................... 61
8.2
+BRFPON: Turn RF Power ON/off .................................................................................................................. 62
8.3
+BFRBE: Factory Reset Button Enable............................................................................................................ 63
8.4
+BSECUR: Enable Port Security ...................................................................................................................... 64
9 Modem Identification........................................................................................................................................ 65
9.1
+BMNAME: Modem Name............................................................................................................................. 66
9.2
I: Request Identification information ............................................................................................................. 67
9.3
+GMI: Get Manufacturer Identification ......................................................................................................... 69
9.4
+GMM: Modem Model .................................................................................................................................. 70
9.5
+GMR and +CGMR: Modem Record Information .......................................................................................... 71
9.6
+GSN and +CGSN: Modem Identification....................................................................................................... 72
9.7
+CNUM: Check Modem’s Phone Number ...................................................................................................... 73
9.8
+CIMI: Check Modem’s IMSI .......................................................................................................................... 74
9.9
+CCID: Check Modem’s SIM Card Number .................................................................................................... 75
9.10
+BSIMNUM: Query the Modem’s SIM Card Number .................................................................................... 76
10
Modem Initialization .................................................................................................................................... 77
10.1
+BRESET: Reset Modem ................................................................................................................................. 78
10.2
+BRSTRT: Reset Modem – Timer Based ......................................................................................................... 79
10.3
+BIGNIT: Ignition Sense Shutdown Delay ...................................................................................................... 80
10.4
+BINITS: Modem Initialization String ............................................................................................................. 81
10.5
+BWDTEN: Watchdog Timer Enable .............................................................................................................. 82
10.6
+BMTIME: Select Modem Time source .......................................................................................................... 83
10.7
+BNTP: Define NTP servers ............................................................................................................................ 84
10.8
+BNTPST: NTP status ...................................................................................................................................... 85
11
Modem Firmware Upgrade .......................................................................................................................... 86
11.1
+BFWUPS: Firmware Upgrade Session........................................................................................................... 87
11.2
+BFTPE: FTP server Enable ............................................................................................................................. 88
11.3
+BWGET: Upgrade package download .......................................................................................................... 88
12
Wireless Network Connection Profile ........................................................................................................... 89
12.1
+BCPNAC: Network Access Credentials ......................................................................................................... 90
12.2
+BCPINS: Connection Profile Initialization String ........................................................................................... 91
12.3
+BCPDNS: Domain Name Server .................................................................................................................... 92
12.4
+BCPADV: Advanced Connection Profile Settings.......................................................................................... 93
12.5
$QCMIP: Query Mobile IP Profile number ..................................................................................................... 94
12.6
$QCMIPGETP: Query Mobile IP Profile settings ............................................................................................. 95
12.7
+BCPAPN: Connection Profile Access Point Name ......................................................................................... 96
13
Wireless Network Connection Control .......................................................................................................... 97
13.1
+BCMODE: Connection Mode ........................................................................................................................ 98
13.2
+BPPPAP: PPP Authentication Protocol Setting ............................................................................................. 99
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+BPPPTR: WAN Auto-Reconnect Timer ....................................................................................................... 100
13.4
+BWANRT: WAN Auto-Reconnect Timer ..................................................................................................... 101
13.5
+BWANDT: Termination Timer of WAN PPP connection ............................................................................. 102
13.6
+BWANIT: Disconnect on Inactivity Timeout ............................................................................................... 103
13.7
+BDCITO: Disconnect on Inactivity Timeout ................................................................................................ 104
13.8
+BWANON and +BNCON: Manual WAN Connection ................................................................................... 105
13.9
+BPPPKA: PPP Keep-alive option.................................................................................................................. 106
13.10
+BPNGKA: PING based Keep-alive................................................................................................................ 107
14
Wireless Network Status Information ......................................................................................................... 108
14.1
+BMDIAG: Modem diagnostics .................................................................................................................... 109
14.2
+BCDIAG: Connection diagnostics................................................................................................................ 111
14.3
+BNSTAT: Network Status (CDMA version).................................................................................................. 113
14.4
+BNSTAT: Network Status (GPRS version) ................................................................................................... 115
14.5
+BNSTAT: Network Status (HSPA/Edge version) .......................................................................................... 117
14.6
+BGSMST: GSM Status information ............................................................................................................. 120
14.7
+BLODAT: Local Date and Time .................................................................................................................... 121
15
Modem Provisioning .................................................................................................................................. 122
15.1
+BPVMLC: Provision Master Lock Code ....................................................................................................... 123
15.2
+BPVNAM: Provision NAM ........................................................................................................................... 124
15.3
+BPVCMD: Provision RF module Commands ............................................................................................... 125
15.4
+BPVCME: Execute RF provisioning commands........................................................................................... 127
15.5
+BOTASP: Start OTASP process .................................................................................................................... 128
15.6
+BOTAST: Over the air activation status ...................................................................................................... 129
15.7
+BPTOIP: Pass-Through Over IP ................................................................................................................... 131
16
Modem IP Settings ..................................................................................................................................... 133
16.1
+BIPINF: IP Configuration ............................................................................................................................. 134
16.2
+BIPPTE: IP Pass-Through via Ethernet ........................................................................................................ 135
16.3
+BETHIP: Modem’s LAN IP Address ............................................................................................................. 136
16.4
+BETHCLI: Modem’s LAN IP Address – DHCP Client..................................................................................... 137
16.5
+BDHCPE: Modem’s DHCP Server Enable .................................................................................................... 138
16.6
+BDHCPR: Modem’s DHCP Server IP Addresses Range ............................................................................... 139
16.7
+BDHCPL: Modem’s DHCP servers Lease time ............................................................................................ 140
16.8
+BPPPIP: Modem’s IP Settings Over PPP Connection .................................................................................. 141
16.9
+BIPREG: IP Registration Setting .................................................................................................................. 142
16.10
+BUSBIP: Modem’s IP Settings Over USB NDIS Connection ........................................................................ 144
16.11
+BIPMTU: IP Interfaces MTU........................................................................................................................ 145
17
IP traffic Management ............................................................................................................................... 146
17.1
+BIPFWD: Port Forwarding Setting .............................................................................................................. 147
17.2
+BIPFWDI: Port Forwarding Interface Setting.............................................................................................. 149
17.3
+BGREIP: GRE Pass-through to IP Address ................................................................................................... 150
17.4
+BDMZIP: DMZ to IP Address ....................................................................................................................... 151
17.5
+BIPNAT: IP Network Address Translation ................................................................................................... 152
17.6
+BGRETUN: GRE Tunnel ............................................................................................................................... 153
17.7
+BGREOPT: GRE Tunnel Options .................................................................................................................. 155
17.8
+BGREKEY: GRE Tunnel Keys ........................................................................................................................ 156
17.9
+BGREMR: GRE Tunnel Multicast Route ...................................................................................................... 157
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17.10
+BGREDI: GRE Tunnel Diagnostics ............................................................................................................... 158
17.11
+BMCASTR: Multicast Router selection ....................................................................................................... 160
17.12
+BSROUTE: Static Route ............................................................................................................................... 161
18
IP Security ................................................................................................................................................. 162
18.1
+BIPSEN: Enable/Disable an IPSEC tunnel.................................................................................................... 163
18.2
+BIPSGA: IPSEC tunnel remote Gateway IP Address ................................................................................... 164
18.3
+BIPSSN: IPSEC tunnel remote Sub-Network IP address and mask ............................................................. 165
18.4
+BIPSLN: IPSEC tunnel Local Network IP address and mask ........................................................................ 166
18.5
+BIPSKN: IPSEC tunnel phase 1 Key Negotiation mode ............................................................................... 167
18.6
+BIPSIL: IPSEC tunnel IKE key Lifetime ......................................................................................................... 168
18.7
+BIPSIA: IPSEC tunnel IKE Algorithms .......................................................................................................... 169
18.8
+BIPSPM: IPSEC tunnel Phase 2 authentication Mode ................................................................................ 171
18.9
+BIPSPL: IPSEC tunnel Phase 2 key Lifetime ................................................................................................ 172
18.10
+BIPSPA: IPSEC tunnel Phase 2 encryption Algorithms ............................................................................... 173
18.11
+BIPSCO: IPSEC tunnel Compression ........................................................................................................... 175
18.12
+BIPSPS: IPSEC tunnel Perfect Forward Secrecy .......................................................................................... 176
18.13
+BIPSPSK: IPSEC tunnel Private Shared Key ................................................................................................. 177
18.14
+BIPSDPD: IPSEC Dead Peer Detection ........................................................................................................ 178
18.15
+BIPSDI: IPSEC tunnels configuration........................................................................................................... 179
18.16
+BIPSSA IPSEC tunnels status ....................................................................................................................... 182
19
Access Control Lists (ACL) ........................................................................................................................... 183
19.1
+BIPACE: Enable/Disable ACL ....................................................................................................................... 184
19.2
+BIPACL: WAN ACL ....................................................................................................................................... 185
20
Serial-IP Configuration ............................................................................................................................... 187
20.1
+BSIPDS: Serial-IP remote Destination Settings ........................................................................................... 188
20.2
+BSIPDMO: Serial-IP remote Destination Mobile Originated ...................................................................... 189
20.3
+BSIPLS: Serial-IP Listening Servers .............................................................................................................. 190
20.4
+BSIPSV: Serial-IP Server Settings ................................................................................................................ 191
20.5
+BSIPSE: Listening Server Enable ................................................................................................................. 192
20.6
+BSIPFB: Serial-IP Flush on Byte Count ........................................................................................................ 193
20.7
+BSIPFS: Serial IP Flush on Byte Sequence ................................................................................................... 194
20.8
+BSIPFC: Serial-IP Flush on Special Character .............................................................................................. 195
20.9
+BSIPFT: Serial-IP Flush on Timeout ............................................................................................................. 196
20.10
+BSIPIT: Serial-IP Inactivity Timer ................................................................................................................ 197
20.11
+BSIPDI: Serial-IP Connection Diagnostics ................................................................................................... 198
20.12
+BSIPSA: Serial-IP Connection Status ........................................................................................................... 199
20.13
+BSIPNEG: Set up Telnet negotiation and configure for Serial-IP connection............................................. 201
21
GPS Configuration ...................................................................................................................................... 202
21.1
+BGPSID: GPS TAIP Vehicle ID ...................................................................................................................... 203
21.2
+BGPSDS: GPS Destination Server................................................................................................................ 204
21.3
+BGPSPR: GPS Protocol Selection ................................................................................................................ 205
21.4
+BGPSTP: GPS TAIP Raw Command ............................................................................................................. 206
21.5
+BGPSNM: GPS NMEA Packet Selection Command..................................................................................... 207
21.6
+BGPSRP: GPS Reporting Parameters .......................................................................................................... 208
21.7
+BGPSRD: GPS Enable Reporting ................................................................................................................. 210
21.8
+BGPSSM: GPS Safe Mode Serial Port Control............................................................................................. 211
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21.9
+BGPSSV: GPS Server Enable ....................................................................................................................... 212
21.10
+BGPSOE: Enable GPS Odometer Feature ................................................................................................... 213
21.11
+BGPSOD: GPS Odometer ............................................................................................................................ 214
21.12
+BGPSGT: Query the GPS reporting data ..................................................................................................... 215
21.13
+BGPSDT: Synchronize modem Date/Time with GPS time .......................................................................... 216
21.14
+BGPSLOG: Log received GPS positions (diagnostics) .................................................................................. 217
21.15
+BGPSELV: GPS Elevation Angle Mask Configuration .................................................................................. 218
21.16
+BGPSFIL: Optimized GPS Filter Configuration ............................................................................................ 219
21.17
+BGPSKAL: GPS Kalman Filter Configuration ............................................................................................... 221
22
Input/Output (I/O) Query and Control ........................................................................................................ 222
22.1
+BDIGET: Get Digital Input ........................................................................................................................... 223
22.2
+BDOSET: Set Digital Output ........................................................................................................................ 224
22.3
+BAIGET: Get Analog Input .......................................................................................................................... 225
22.4
+BIORATE: Get and Set I/O Sampling Interval.............................................................................................. 226
22.5
+BIGNEN: Ignition Sensing Enable / Disable ................................................................................................ 227
22.6
+BIGNNET: Cellular Call teardown when Ignition pin goes to OFF .............................................................. 228
23
Event Handling........................................................................................................................................... 229
23.1
+BEVENT: Define Event ................................................................................................................................ 230
23.2
+BEVRPR: Define Report Message ............................................................................................................... 232
23.3
+BRPRDS: Define Reporting Destination ...................................................................................................... 234
23.4
+BEVDIS: Define Digital Input Signal ............................................................................................................ 236
23.5
+BEVAIS: Define Analog Input Signal ........................................................................................................... 237
23.6
+BEVGSS: Define GPS Speed Signal .............................................................................................................. 238
23.7
+BEVGHS: Define GPS Heading Signal .......................................................................................................... 240
23.8
+BEVGOS: Define GPS Odometer Signal ...................................................................................................... 242
23.9
+BEVRFS: Define RF status Signal ................................................................................................................. 244
23.10
+BEVCMD: Event command ......................................................................................................................... 246
23.11
+BSMSEV: SMS Event ................................................................................................................................... 247
23.12
+BSYNCF: BEP packet Sync Flag.................................................................................................................... 248
23.13
+BSFMBS: Set Store and Forward Memory Block Size ................................................................................. 249
23.14
+BSFMST: Store and Forward Memory Status ............................................................................................. 250
23.15
+BSFMRM: Store and Forward Memory Removal ....................................................................................... 251
23.16
+BEVLOG: Log BEP events ............................................................................................................................ 252
24
Partner Applications .................................................................................................................................. 253
24.1
+BAPPEN: Partner Application Enable ......................................................................................................... 254
24.2
+BAPPSA: Partner Application Status........................................................................................................... 255
24.3
+BAPPDI: Partner Application Diagnostics ................................................................................................... 256
24.4
+BAPPRM: Partner Application Removal ..................................................................................................... 257
25
Wi-Fi Access and Connectivity .................................................................................................................... 258
25.1
+BWIFIMD: Configuration of Wi-Fi modes ................................................................................................... 259
25.2
+BWIFIAPM: General Configuration for Wi-Fi AP mode .............................................................................. 260
25.3
+BWIFIAPC: Advanced Configuration for Wi-Fi AP mode ............................................................................ 262
25.4
+BWIFIST: Query Wi-Fi recent running status.............................................................................................. 264
26
Interoperability Commands ........................................................................................................................ 265
27
Diagnostics Commands .............................................................................................................................. 267
27.1
+BGETLG: Get modem Log ........................................................................................................................... 268
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27.2
+BLOGDS: Set SYSLOG reporting Destination .............................................................................................. 269
27.3
+BLOGMD: Set SYSLOG reporting Mode ...................................................................................................... 270
27.4
+BSERST: Query the state of the serial port................................................................................................. 271
27.5
+BPINGH: Ping a Host IP address ................................................................................................................. 273
27.6
+BPINGP: Ping a TCP/IP Port ........................................................................................................................ 274
27.7
+BCONTK: Query IP connection track table ................................................................................................. 275
27.8
+BNETST: Query the network state.............................................................................................................. 276
27.9
+BSUPTM: Query the system up time .......................................................................................................... 277
27.10
+BIFCON: Query network interface configuration ....................................................................................... 278
27.11
+BRFMST: Query RF Module serial ports state ............................................................................................ 279
27.12
+BRSTDI: Query modem reset reasons ........................................................................................................ 280
27.13
+BSERVICE: Query modem IP services ......................................................................................................... 281
27.14
+BUSBHOST: Query USB host information................................................................................................... 282
27.15
+BOVCMT: Control overcommit of system memory ................................................................................... 283
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Command Index......................................................................................................................................... 284
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FIGURES
Figure 1: Modem configuration profiles ............................................................................................................................... 15
TABLES
Table 1. Supported modems ................................................................................................................................................. 12
Table 2. Text to numeric result codes mapping .................................................................................................................... 26
Table 3. +CSQ RSSI values (CDMA 1xRTT and GPRS)............................................................................................................. 43
Table 4. +CSQ RSSI values (EDGE) ......................................................................................................................................... 44
Table 5. Supported IKE encryption methods ...................................................................................................................... 170
Table 6. Supported IKE authentication methods ................................................................................................................ 170
Table 7. Supported IKE groups ............................................................................................................................................ 170
Table 8. Supported encryption methods ............................................................................................................................ 173
Table 9. Supported authentication methods ...................................................................................................................... 173
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Introduction
1.1
Scope
This document describes the AT-command based messages used to configure, control and monitor Sixnet Industrial
Wireless Modems1:



1.2
Legacy Industrial Wireless Modems (BT-4000 / BT-5000 Series):
–
BT-4200, BT-5200: CDMA 1xRTT
–
BT-4400, BT-5400: GSM/GPRS
–
BT-4600, BT-5600: CDMA EVDO
–
BT-4600A, BT-5600A: CDMA EVDO A
Sixnet IndustrialPro™ Gateway Wireless Modems (BT-6000 Series):
–
BT-6401, BT-6401EB, BT-6421: GSM/EDGE
–
BT-6600, BT-6601, BT-6601EB, BT-6621: CDMA EVDO A
–
BT-6800, BT-6801, BT-6801EB, BT-6821: GSM/HSPA
Sixnet MobilityPro™ Gateway Wireless Modems with GPS (BT-5000v2 Series):
–
BT-5600v2: CDMA EVDO A with GPS
–
BT-5800v2: GSM/HSPA with GPS
Supported modems
Unless when stated otherwise, all the AT commands described in this document are supported by all the BT-4000, BT5000, BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series of Sixnet Industrial Wireless modems.
The model specific commands use the following availability notation to state on which modems they are applicable:
Table 1. Supported modems
1xRTT
EVDO 0
Wireless
technology
CDMA 1xRTT
EVDO Rel. 0
EVDO A
EVDO Rev. A
GPRS
EDGE
HSPA
GSM GPRS
GSM EGPRS
GSM HSPA
Availability
CDMA EVDO
GSM
1
Supported modems
BT-4200, BT-5200
BT-4600, BT-5600
BT-4600A, BT-5600A
BT-6600, BT-6601, BT-6601EB, BT-6621, BT-5600v2
BT-4400, BT-5400
BT-6401, BT-6401EB, BT-6421
BT-6800, BT-6801, BT-6801EB, BT-6821, BT-5800v2
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AT commands general information
2.1
Connecting to the modem
2.1.1
Over serial port
The Blue Tree modems serial port factory default settings are:

Baud rate:
115,200

Data bits:
8

Parity:
None

Stop bits:
1

Flow control:
Hardware (CTS/RTS)
2.1.2
Over TCP/IP
The Blue Tree modems default TCP/IP settings are:

IP address
192.168.0.1 when connected over Ethernet (LAN)

IP address
192.168.111.1 when connected over USB (LAN)

IP address
variable when connected over the air (WAN)

TCP port
6070
2.2
AT Command syntax
Commands always start with the AT (short for attention) characters and ends with a <CR> (<Enter> key) character.
Commands may be entered in upper or lower cases.
Command names may use letters, digits and punctuation characters (+, &, \, …).
Sixnet specific AT commands start with +B. All other listed commands are either third party commands or industry defacto standard commands supported by Sixnet modems. Non-listed commands are not supported and return the ERROR
string.
The specific syntax of each supported AT command is given in the description of the command in the subsequent
sections of this document.
In general the syntax of the AT commands follows the following rules:

Command with no parameter:
AT<command_name>

Command with parameters:
AT<command_name>=<parameter1>[,<parameter2>[…]]

Query the actual setting parameters of a command:
AT<command_name>?

Query the syntax of a command:
AT<command_name>=?
Notes:
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Parameters that include spaces or comma must be enclosed in quotes (")

? is optional for query-only AT commands

Parameters shown between square brackets ([]) are optional. When not specified, the default value for those
parameters is used.

Several AT commands may be specified after the "AT" string, they must be separated by a semicolon ';'. When a
command must appear last on the command line, this is specifically stated in the command description.
2.3
AT Command response codes
Responses start and end with the <CR><LF> characters.
When the modem cannot interpret a command, it returns the <CR><LF>ERROR<CR><LF> string. This is also the case
when a command intended for the RF module is issued while in a call.
When the command is successful, the modem appends a <CR><LF>OK<CR><LF> sequence to the end of the response.
Command responses usually start with the command name followed by a column.
2.4
Password protected modems
Sixnet modems may be protected by a password for restricted network access.
The password protection does not apply to the serial port connection.
The modem may be password protected for access over the LAN interface, the WAN interface, the serial port interface
or a combination of the three.
When a connection is established to a password protected modem, the modem prompts for the password to be entered
(the first line is only prompted on TCP/IP connections):
Welcome to BlueTree Wireless BT modem 192.168.111.20
Serial No: BTW-000000000000
password:
If the correct password is entered, the modem responds with:
PASS
In case, the entered password is not correct, the modem responds with:
WRONG
Serial No: BTW-000000000000
password:
The modem will repeat this process up to three times, after which it will closes the connection.
If the password is not entered within one minute, the modem will display:
TIMEOUT
and then will close the connection.
Notes:
2.5

The IP address displayed after the "Welcome to BlueTree Wireless BT modem" is the IP address of the host
attempting a connection to the modem.

The serial number of the modem (see the I command page 67) is displayed after the "Serial No: " message.

The password and the interface to which it is applied are configured with the +BRPSWD AT command (page 61).
Modem configuration profiles
Modems have three sets of configuration profiles:
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The Active profile stored in memory. Most of the AT commands only change the active profile. When the
modem starts up, it copies it Stored profile into its Active profile.

The Stored profile stored in non-volatile memory.

The Factory profile: the default modem configuration. This configuration cannot be changed but with a
firmware upgrade.
Specific AT commands are used to manage the modem profiles as shown in the following diagram:

AT&W Copy the Active profile to the Stored profile

ATZ1
Copy the Stored profile to the Active profile

AT&F
Copy the Factory profile to the Active profile
AT&F
Factory
profile
ATZ1
Active
profile
Stored
profile
AT&W
Figure 1: Modem configuration profiles
Notes:

Changes made to the Active profile need to be copied to the Stored profile with the AT&W command in order to
persist a modem restart.

Pressing the modem RESET button for between 3 and 10 seconds will reset the modem to its factory profile
(AT&F&W).
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Basic connection commands
The basic connection commands are used to make a call, disconnect and define the connection behavior:

D, DP and DT
Dial Command............................................................................................................................. 17

A
Answer Incoming Call.................................................................................................................. 18

+++
Escape Sequence......................................................................................................................... 19

H
Hang-up....................................................................................................................................... 20

O
Switch to Online Mode ............................................................................................................... 21

S0
Automatic Answer ...................................................................................................................... 22
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3.1
D, DP and DT: Dial Command
Description
The ATD command is used to originate a data call.
The ATD command could be used to setup the modem in Serial IP mode.
The ATDT command is equivalent to the ATD.
The ATDP command is used to dial with pulses instead of tones.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
ATD<Phone number>
ATD<IP>,<Port>[,<Transport>]
ATDP<Phone number>
Response Syntax
CONNECT
BUSY
NO ANSWER
NO CARRIER
ERROR
Call succeeds, for data calls only
If the called party is already in communication
If no hang up is detected after a fixed network time-out
Call setup failed or remote user release.
Can not establish TCP connection or meet other issues
Defined Values
<Phone number>
0-9#*...
Called phone number, sequence of digits and special characters (#, *, …)
nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn
IP address (dotted decimal) of remote destination
1-65535
IP port number
<IP>
<Port>
<Transport>
0
1
UDP (Default)
TCP
Example:
Commands
Responses
ATD5551212
ATD5551212
ATD200.100.100.5,2000,1
BUSY
CONNECT
CONNECT
Connection Setup process:

Establishing a connection to a phone number
o When the phone number is identical to the one stored in the connection profile (see 12 Wireless Network Connection
Profile), the modem is setup as a router
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
When the phone number is different from the one stored in the connection profile, the modem is setup in simple modem
mode.
Establishing a Serial IP connection
o When an IP address is specified, the modem is setup is Serial IP mode. It will attempt a PPP connection as defined in its
connection profile and if successful, it will establish a connection to the specified IP address.
Note:
 When the modem is set in Always-on mode, the ATD command has no effect.
3.2
A: Answer Incoming Call
Description
When the modem receives a call, it sets the RingInd signal and sends the ASCII "RING" string to the application, then
waits for the application to accept the call with the ATA command.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
ATA
Response Syntax
CONNECT
NO CARRIER
ERROR
Defined Values
None
Example:
Commands
Responses
RING
ATA
ATA
ATA
CONNECT
NO CARRIER
ERROR
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+++: Escape Sequence
Description
The "+++" escape sequence is sent by the application to switch the modem to the command state without dropping the
on-going call (stay online). The escape sequence shall not be preceded by the AT characters. Use the ATO command to
go back to the online mode.
The following time thresholds must be respected for the +++ command to work:
1. The idle time between the last key typed and the first "+" character cannot exceed 1 second.
2. The idle time between "+" characters being typed cannot exceed 500 milliseconds.
3. The idle time following the last "+" character must be at least 1½ seconds before another key can be typed.
Failure to meet all three of these time constraints will result in the failure of the +++ command to execute.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
+++
Response Syntax
OK
none (when not already online)
Defined Values
None
Example:
Commands
Responses
+++
<none if not online>
+++
OK
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H: Hang-up
Description
The ATH command is used by the application to release any ongoing connection.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
ATH[<value>]
Response Syntax
OK
NO CARRIER
Defined Values
<value>
0-1
Ignored.
Example:
Commands
Responses
ATH
OK
ATH
NO CARRIER
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O: Switch to Online Mode
Description
Returns to online mode after a "+++" escape sequence has been issued and the modem was switched to the offline
mode.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
ATO
Response Syntax
OK
ERROR
Defined Values
None
Example:
Commands
Responses
ATO
OK
ATO
ERROR (if not in a call)
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S0: Automatic Answer
Description
This S0 (S zero) register parameter controls the modem automatic answering mode.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
ATS0=<Value>
Response Syntax
OK
ERROR
Defined Values
<Value> :
0
1 - 12
Disable automatic answer (default)
Modem answers in circuit-switched after the specified number of rings
Example:
Commands
Responses
ATS0=1
ATS0?
OK
S0: 001
OK
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Basic AT response commands
The basic AT response commands define the behavior or AT commands:

E
Echo Sent Commands ................................................................................................................. 24

Q
Enable/Disable Result Codes ...................................................................................................... 25

V
Result Codes Format ................................................................................................................... 26
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E: Echo Sent Commands
Description
Determines whether or not the modem echoes characters received from an external application (DTE) on the serial port.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
ATE[<Action>]
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<Action>
0
1
Disable echo (default)
Enable echo
Example:
Commands
Responses
ATE0
AT
ATE1
AT
OK
OK
OK
AT
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

Use AT&V to retrieve the Active profile settings for this command.
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Q: Enable/Disable Result Codes
Description
This command determines whether the mobile equipment sends result codes or not. When disabled, the modem does
not return any response. Unsolicited messages such as RING are not affected by this command.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
ATQ[<Action>]
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<Action>
0
1
Enable result code (default)
Disable result code
Example:
Commands
Responses
ATQ0
OK
ATQ1
<none>
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

Use AT&V to retrieve the Active profile settings for this command.
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V: Result Codes Format
Description
This command specifies the modem result code format: Text (verbose) or numeric (non-verbose).
Result codes, both text and numeric, can be suppressed by the ATQ command.
Unsolicited messages, such as RING, are not affected by the ATV command and will always be displayed as text.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
ATV<Action>
Response Syntax
OK
0
(if ATV1)
(if ATV0)
Defined Values
<Action>
0
1
report result codes as numbers see Table 2.
report result codes as text (default)
Table 2. Text to numeric result codes mapping
Text Result Codes (V1)
BUSY
ERROR
NO ANSWER
NO CARRIER
OK
RING
CONNECT
Numeric Result Codes (V0)
7
4
8
3
0
2
1
Example:
Commands
Responses
ATV1
AT***
ATV0
AT***
OK
ERROR
0
4
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

Use AT&V to retrieve the Active profile settings for this command.
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Basic profile management commands
The following commands are used to save and restore the modem configuration:

&V
Display active profile ................................................................................................................... 28

&W
Save Active Profile to NV Memory.............................................................................................. 29

Z1
Reset to Stored Profile ................................................................................................................ 30

&F
Reset to Factory Default ............................................................................................................. 31

+BCFGW
Configuration last Write ............................................................................................................. 32

+BCFGV
Configuration Version ................................................................................................................. 33
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&V: Display active profile
Description
Displays the modem basic profile: Echo mode (E), result code format (V and Q), Automatic answer (S0), DCD signal
handling (&C), DTR signal handling (&D), DCE serial port speed (IPR), serial port character framing (IFC), the serial IP
destination setting (+BSIPDS) and the serial IP flush parameters (+BSIPFB, +BSIPFC and +BSIPFT).
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT&V[<value>]
Response Syntax
E: … V: … Q: … S0: … &C: … &D: …
IPR: … ICF: … IFC: …
+BSIPDS: …
+BSIPFB: … +BSIPFC: … +BSIPFT: …
OK
Defined Values
<value>
0-1
Ignored
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT&V
E: 0 V: 1 Q: 0 S0: 0 &C: 1 &D: 2
IPR: 115200 ICF: 3, 3 IFC: 2, 2
+BSIPDS: 1, 0.0.0.0, 1, 8888 +BSIPDS: 2, 0.0.0.0, 1, 8888
+BSIPFB: 1024 +BSIPFC: 13 +BSIPFT: 1
OK
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&W: Save Active Profile to NV Memory
Description
Stores the active profile and settings to the Stored profile in non-volatile (NV) memory.
This command also stores a timestamp and its origin (serial port, IP address) into a location that can be queried with
AT+BCFGW?.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT&W[<value>]
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<value>
0
Ignored
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT&W
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Stored profile.
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Z1: Reset to Stored Profile
Description
This command restores the modem stored profile into its active profile.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
ATZ1
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
None
Example:
Commands
Responses
ATZ1
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile.
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&F: Reset to Factory Default
Description
This command restores the factory settings of the modem from non-volatile (NV) memory.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT&F[<value>]
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<value>
0
Ignored
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT&F
OK
Notes:
-
This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
-
GSM GPRS/EDGE/HSPA modems have their APN and other connection settings reset by AT&F according to the installed SIM card.
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+BCFGW: Configuration last Write
Description
This AT command allows retrieves when was the last time the active configuration was written to non-volatile memory
(see AT&W) as well as from which port the command was issued.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.1
Command Syntax
AT+BCFGW?
Response Syntax
+BCFGW: +BCFGW: September 9, 2010,<time>,<protocol>,<ip address>,<port>
OK
Defined Values
September 9, 2010
MM/DD/YYYY when the last AT&W was performed
<time> HH:MM:SS when the last AT&W was performed
<protocol>
Protocol on which the AT&W was last issued (tcp or serial)
<ip address> IP address from which the AT&W was last issued (tcp only)
<port> Port from which the AT&W was last issued (tcp only: 5070 or 6070)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BCFGW?
+BCFGW: 11/27/2008,13:14:37,tcp,"192.168.111.20",5070
OK
+BCFGW: 11/27/2008,15:08:10,serial
OK
AT+BCFGW?
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+BCFGV: Configuration Version
Description
This AT command allows to store a configuration version string of up to 32 characters. The information is directly written
into non-volatile memory.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.1
Command Syntax
AT+BCFGV="<configuration version>"
AT+BCFGV?
Response Syntax
OK
+BCFGV: <configuration version>
OK
Defined Values
<configuration version>
1 to 32 characters
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BCFGV="Config AVL #12"
OK
AT+BCFGV?
+BCFGV: Config AVL #12
OK
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Serial port commands
The following commands are used to configure the modem serial port:

&C
Set DCD Signal ............................................................................................................................. 35

&D
Set DTR Signal ............................................................................................................................. 36

+IPR
DCE Serial Port Speed ................................................................................................................. 37

+ICF
Serial Port Character Framing ..................................................................................................... 38

+IFC
Serial Port Flow Control .............................................................................................................. 39

+BSERMD
Serial Port Operational Mode ..................................................................................................... 40

+BSERAO
Serial Port Always-On ................................................................................................................. 41
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&C: Set DCD Signal
Description
This command is used to control the Data Carrier Detect (DCD) signal on the serial port.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT&C[<Action>]
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<Action>
0
1
2
3
force DCD signal to be Always-On
DCD follows connection state as per the specified service (default)
force DCD signal to be Always-On and wink it (off 2 sec) on channel disconnect
DCD follows SIP TCP connection status
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT&C2
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

Use AT&V to retrieve the Active profile settings for this command.
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&D: Set DTR Signal
Description
Controls how the modem interprets the Data Terminal Ready (DTR) signal on the serial port.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT&D[<Action>]
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<Action>
0
2
Example:
modem ignores the DTR signal
when DTR signal is dropped, call is dropped and modem transitions to command mode (default)
Commands
Responses
AT&D0
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

Use AT&V to retrieve the Active profile settings for this command.
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+IPR: DCE Serial Port Speed
Description
Specifies the data rate, in bits-per-second at which the modem (DCE) will accept commands.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+IPR=<value>
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<value>
300
600
1200
2400
4800
9600
19200
38400
57600
115200
set the modem’s serial port speed to
300bps
set the modem’s serial port speed to
600bps
set the modem’s serial port speed to 1 200bps
set the modem’s serial port speed to 2 400bps
set the modem’s serial port speed to 4 800bps
set the modem’s serial port speed to 9 600bps
set the modem’s serial port speed to 19 200bps
set the modem’s serial port speed to 38 400bps
set the modem’s serial port speed to 57 600bps
set the modem’s serial port speed to 115 200bps
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+IPR=115200
OK
AT+IPR?
+IPR:115200
OK
+IPR: (300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600,
115200)
OK
AT+IPR=?
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

Use AT&V to retrieve the Active profile settings for this command.
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+ICF: Serial Port Character Framing
Description
Determines the local serial port data format, start-stop (asynchronous) character framing and the parity.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+ICF=<format>,<parity>
Response Syntax
+ICF:<format>,<parity>
OK
Defined Values
<format>
1
2
3
4
5
6
8-bit Data 2 Stop bits
reserved
8-bit Data 1 Stop bit (default)
7-bit Data 2 Stop bits
reserved
7-bit Data 1 Stop bit
<parity>
0
1
2
3
Odd
Even
Mark
None (default)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+ICF=3,3
OK
AT+ICF?
+ICF:3,3
OK
+ICF: <1-6>,<0-3>
AT+ICF=?
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

Use AT&V to retrieve the Active profile settings for this command.
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+IFC: Serial Port Flow Control
Description
This command is used to control the operation of local serial connection flow control between the modem (DCE) and the
attached host (DTE).
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+IFC=<Tx>,<Rx>
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<Tx>
0 : None – Transmit data flow control is disabled
2 : Hardware – Use RTS signal (default)
<Rx>
0 : None – Receive data flow control is disabled
2 : Hardware – Use CTS signal (default)
Note:

<Rx> and <Tx> values shall be identical.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+IFC=2,2
OK
AT+IFC?
+IFC:2,2
OK
+IFC: <0,2>,<0,2>
OK
AT+IFC=?
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

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+BSERMD: Serial Port Operational Mode
Description
This command sets the current mode of operation of the modem’s serial port.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BSERMD=<mode>
Response Syntax
+BSERMD: <mode>
Defined Values
<mode>
0
1
Command (default)
Serial-IP
Example
Commands
Responses
AT+BSERMD?
+BSERMD: 0
OK
OK
AT+BSERMD=1
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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+BSERAO: Serial Port Always-On
Description
This command is used to configure whether the serial port device shall go into sleep mode when no activity is detected
on the serial port (no signal on DTR, Tx and RTS) or remain always on.
Availability
Since FW version 3.3.0
Command Syntax
AT+BSERAO=<action>
Response Syntax
+BSERAO: <action>
Defined Values
<action>
0
1
Disable; the serial port may go into sleep mode.
Enable (default); the serial port is always-on.
Example
Commands
Responses
AT+BSERAO?
+BSERAO: 1
OK
OK
AT+BSERAO=0
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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Basic wireless service commands
The following commands are used to monitor the available wireless services:

+CSQ
Check Signal Quality.................................................................................................................... 43

+CCED
Check Cell Environment Description........................................................................................... 45

+CGDCONT
Define GSM PDP Context ............................................................................................................ 47

+CREG, +CCREG Check Registration and Roaming ................................................................................................ 49

+CSS
Serving System ............................................................................................................................ 50

+CAD
Query Analog or Digital service .................................................................................................. 52

+CGATT
GPRS Attach or Detach ............................................................................................................... 53

+CGACT
GPRS PDP Context Activate/Deactivate ...................................................................................... 54

+COPN
Read Operator Name .................................................................................................................. 55

+COPS
Operator Selection ...................................................................................................................... 56

+CFUN
Set Phone Functionality .............................................................................................................. 58

+CCLK
Clock Management ..................................................................................................................... 59
Advanced wireless information is available with the AT commands described in section 14 - Wireless Network Status
Information on page 108.
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+CSQ: Check Signal Quality
Description
This command returns the Received Signal Strength Indication (RSSI) and the channel Frame Error Rate (FER).
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+CSQ[?]
Note: The query version works with or without the ‘?’.
Response Syntax
+CSQ :<RSSI>,<FER>
OK
Defined Values
<RSSI> Receive Signal Strength Indicator
0-31
1xRTT and GPRS modems: 0 represents -110dBm, and each increment is 1.09375dBm. See Table 3.
EVDO and HSPA modems: 0 is lowest quality signal, 31 is the highest
EDGE modems: 0 represents -113 dbm, and each increment is 2 dBm. See Table 4. +CSQ RSSI values (EDGE).
99
No signal
<FER> Frame Error Rate
99
No signal or measurement not available. Currently all modems report 99.
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
RSSI
-110.00 dBm
-108.91 dBm
-107.81 dBm
-106.72 dBm
-105.63 dBm
-104.53 dBm
-103.44 dBm
-102.34 dBm
-101.25 dBm
-100.16 dBm
Table 3. +CSQ RSSI values (CDMA 1xRTT and GPRS)
Value
RSSI
Value
RSSI
10
-99.06 dBm
20 -88.13 dBm
11
-97.97 dBm
21 -87.03 dBm
12
-96.88 dBm
22 -85.94 dBm
13
-95.78 dBm
23 -84.84 dBm
14
-94.69 dBm
24 -83.75 dBm
15
-93.59 dBm
25 -82.66 dBm
16
-92.50 dBm
26 -81.56 dBm
17
-91.41 dBm
27 -80.47 dBm
18
-90.31 dBm
28 -79.38 dBm
19
-89.22 dBm
29 -78.28 dBm
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31
RSSI
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Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
RSSI
- 113.00 dBm or less
-111.00 dBm
-109.00 dBm
-107.00 dBm
-105.00 dBm
-103.00 dBm
-101.00 dBm
-99.00 dBm
-97.00 dBm
-95.00 dBm
Value
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Table 4. +CSQ RSSI values (EDGE)
RSSI
Value
RSSI
-93.00 dBm
20 -73.00 dBm
-91.00 dBm
21 -71.00 dBm
-89.00 dBm
22 -69.00 dBm
-87.00 dBm
23 -67.00 dBm
-85.00 dBm
24 -65.00 dBm
-83.00 dBm
25 -63.00 dBm
-81.00 dBm
26 -61.00 dBm
-79.00 dBm
27 -59.00 dBm
-77.00 dBm
28 -57.00 dBm
-75.00 dBm
29 -55.00 dBm
Value
30
31
RSSI
-53.00 dBm
-51.00 dBm or greater
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+CSQ?
+CSQ: 12,99
OK
Notes:

This command is only available when the modem is OFFLINE.

This command is dependent on the OEM RF module and returns the value provided by it.

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+CCED: Check Cell Environment Description
Description
This command retrieves information about the main cell and up to six neighboring cells.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
1xRTT and GPRS only.
Command Syntax
AT+CCED=<mode>[,<requested dump>]
Response Syntax
+CCED : <requested dump>
OK
Defined Values
<mode>
0
1
2
Note:
Requests a single snapshot of cell data
Start automatic snapshot mode
Stop automatic snapshot mode
Automatic snapshot mode will not return a terminating "OK". The unsolicited responses +CCED and/or +CSQ will be used to
return the requested information.
<requested dump>
0-15
1
2
4
8
Bitwise sum of the possible following values (see note below):
Main Cell: <mode>, <band class>, <Channel #>, SID, NID, <Base Station P Rev>, [<Pilot PN offset>],
<Base Station ID>, [<Slot cycle index>], [<Ec/Io>], <Rx power>, <Tx power>, <Tx Adj>
Neighbor1 to Neighbor20 (max): The first value is the <number of neighbor entries> in the response.
Each neighbor entry consists of the following values: <band class>, [<Pilot PN>], <Frequency
Assignment>
Timing Advance: Always zero for CDMA
Main cell RSSI indication (RxLev) from 0 to 31.
Note:

If the <requested dump> parameter is not specified, the <requested dump> value from the previous +CCED command
will be used. If no previous +CCED <requested dump> value is available, a default value of 13 (8, 4, and 1) will be used.

For <requested dump> 4, 2, and 1, the requested information is output using the unsolicited +CCED response. Place
holders are used in the +CCED output for fields that cannot be measured or are not meaningful in the current mode of
operation. In this case, consecutive commas will be present in the output. There are also several optional parameters
([]) that are not displayed in analog mode and will result in place holders in the +CCED command output. Automatic
snapshots of these dumps is not supported during communication or registration.

For <requested dump> 1, the first value output in the unsolicited +CCED response is the +CCED command specified
<mode> (0, 1, or 2). The value displayed for Ec/Io is the index of the Active set in 0.5dB steps from 0 (0dB) to 63 (31.5dB). For example: 0 = 0dB, 1 = 0.5dB, 2 = 1dB, … 62 = 31dB, 63 = 31.5dB. The value displayed for <Rx power>, <Tx
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
For <requested dump> 8, the information is output using the unsolicited +CSQ response. The 07.07 format of the +CSQ
response is respected. However, the <fer> portion of the +CSQ response is not evaluated by this dump request so the
<fer> value will always be 99. Automatic snapshots are supported in idle mode and during communication.

The combination of multiple <requested dump> values (addition of the values) in a single +CCED command is
supported with the exception of <requested dump> 2. The <requested dump> 2 value must be used by itself and not in
combination with other dump request values.

Either or both the +CCED and +CSQ responses are used for output depending upon the <requested dump> value.
Activation or deactivation of a +CCED response flow will not affect an existing +CSQ response flow. Likewise, activation
or deactivation of a +CSQ response flow will not affect an existing +CCED response flow.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+CCED=?
AT+CCED= (0-2),(1-15)
OK
+CCED: 0,13
OK
+CSQ: 15, 99
+CCED: 0,0,1,125,4,65535,6,,0,,,-107,-32,-63
OK
AT+CCED?
AT+CCED=0
Note: one time, dump default
(8, 4, and 1)
AT+CCED=0,1
Note: one time, dump main
cell
AT+CCED=1,8
Note: Start automatic
snapshots and dump <rssi>.
AT+CCED=2,8
AT+CCED=0,2
Note: one time, dump neighbor
cells. Neighbor cells must be
dumped separately.
+CCED: 1,725,4,65535,6,,0,,,-104,-35,-63
OK
+CSQ: 18, 99
Note: No OK response. New +CSQ response output every 5
seconds.
OK
Note: Stop automatic snapshots of <rssi>.
+CCED:18,0,268,384,0,272,384,0,296,384,0,8,384,0,48,384,0,2
48,384,0,164,384,0,16,384,0,12,384,0,224,384,0,108,384,0,47
6,384,0,472,3840,76,384,0,292,384,0,300,384,0,312,384,0,308
,384
OK
Note: 18 neighbor cells are present. The first neighbor
cell band class is 0, its PilotPN is 268, and its frequency
assignment is 384.
Notes:

This command may change the RF module settings.

This command is only available when the modem is OFFLINE.
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7.3
+CGDCONT: Define GSM PDP Context
Description
This command specifies the Packet Data Protocol (PDP) context parameter values for GSM connections directly into the
RF module.
Up to four PDP contexts can be defined, but only one can be active at a given time.
Availability
Since FW version 1.2.2
GPRS, EDGE and HSPA only.
Command Syntax
AT+CGDCONT=<cid>,<PDP_type>,<APN>,<PDP_addr>,<data_comp>,<head_comp>
Response Syntax
OK
ERROR
Defined Values
<cid> PDP context identifier
1-4
Numeric identifier of the PDP context definition.
<PDP_type> Packet Data Protocol type (string):
IP
PPP
Internet Protocol
Point to Point Protocol
<APN > Access Point Name
"…"
Logical name used to select the GGSN or the external packet data network. If the value is null or
omitted, then the subscription value will be requested.
<PDP_addr> Context address
"…"
Identifies the PDP address applicable to the PDP context.
<data_comp> Data Compression
0
1
OFF (default if value is omitted)
ON
<head_comp> Header Compression
0
1
OFF (default if value is omitted)
ON
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+CGDCONT?
+CGDCONT:1,"IP","internet.com",,0,0
+CGDCONT:2,"IP","apn.com",,0,0
OK
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AT+CGDCONT=?
+CGDCONT:(1-4),"IP",,,(0-1),(0-1)
+CGDCONT:(1-4),"PPP",,,0,0
AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","internet.com",,1,1
OK
OK
Notes:

The setting form of this command changes the RF module settings.

This command is only available when the modem is OFFLINE.

The settings are not stored into the modem configuration profiles. Use the AT+BCPAPN and/or AT+BCPINS commands to query or change the modem PDP
context parameters.

Edge modems do not support data and header compression; both values shall be set to 0.
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+CREG and +CCREG: Check Registration and Roaming
Description
This command returns the registration and roaming current state. +CCREG is equivalent to +CREG.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
1xRTT, GPRS, EDGE and HSPA only, not supported by EVDO modems.
Command Syntax
AT+CREG
AT+CCREG
Response Syntax
+CREG: <reg mode>, <reg status>
OK
Defined Values
<reg mode>
0
1
2
Disable network registration unsolicited result code (default).
Enable network registration code result code +CREG : <stat>.
Enable network registration and location information unsolicited result code +CREG: <stat>, <lac>,
<ci> if there is a change of network cell..
<reg status>
0
1
2
4
5
not registered, MS is not currently searching for a new operator.
registered, home network.
not registered, MS currently searching for a base station.
unknown.
registered, roaming
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+CREG
+CREG: 0,1
OK
Notes:

This command is only available when the modem is OFFLINE.

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+CSS: Serving System
Description
This command returns information on the serving base stations.
Note: This command returns a response only in offline mode. When the modem is connected, the command returns
ERROR.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
CDMA only
Command Syntax
AT+CSS
Response Syntax (1xRTT modem)
+CSS: <Class>,<Band>,<SID>,<BS_P_REV>,<CHANNEL>
OK
Response Syntax (EVDO modem)
<Class>,<Band>,<SID>
OK
Defined Values
<Class>
0
1
2
No service
800Mhz
1900Mhz PCS
<Band> EVDO modems
A–F
Z
Cellular band
The mobile station is not registered
<Band> Non-EVDO modems
A–C
PA – PF
Z
Cellular 800
PCS 1900, the second letter is the block ('A' to 'F')
The mobile station is not registered
0 – 32767
99999
The mobile station is registered with the indicated system ID.
The mobile station is not registered.
<SID>
<BS_P_REV> Base Station Protocol Revision In Use for the cellular band (<Band>="A" .. "C")
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
IS-95
IS-95A
TSB74
N/A
IS-95B
IS-2000
IS-2000A
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<BS_P_REV> Base Station Protocol Revision In Use for the PCS band (<Band>="PA" .. "PF")
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
J-STD-008C
N/A
N/A
N/A
IS-95B
IS-2000
IS-2000A
<CHANNEL>
0 – Max RF Channel Number
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+CSS?
+CSS: 2, A, 4145, 6, 334
OK
0, Z , 0
OK
AT+CSS
Notes:
-
This command is only available when the modem is OFFLINE.
-
Use +BNSTAT to query the modem base station information independently of its connection state.
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7.6
+CAD: Query Analog or Digital service
Description
This command queries the availability of the Analog or Digital service.
Availability
Since FW version 3.4.6
CDMA only
Command Syntax
AT+CAD?
Response Syntax
+CAD: <Service>
OK
Defined Values
<Service>
0
1
2
3
4-255
No service is available
CDMA digital service is available
TDMA digital service is available
Analog service is available
Reserved
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+CAD?
+CAD: 1
OK
ERROR
AT+CAD
Notes:

This command is only available when the modem is OFFLINE.

Use +BNSTAT or +BMDIAG to query the modem service availability independently of its connection state.
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7.7
+CGATT: GPRS Attach or Detach
Description
This command attaches the modem to the GPRS service, or detaches the modem from the GPRS service.
After the command completes, the modem remains in command mode. If the modem is already in the requested state,
the command is ignored and the OK response is returned. If the requested state cannot be achieved an ERROR is
returned.
Any active PDP context will be automatically deactivated when the attachment state changes to Detached.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
GPRS, EDGE and HSPA only.
Command Syntax
AT+CGATT=<state>
Response Syntax
+CGATT: <state>
OK
Defined Values
<state>
0
1
2
Detached
Attached
Combined Detach (GPRS and GSM Detach performed in the same network request)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+CGATT?
+CGATT: 1
OK
+CGATT: (0-2)
OK
OK
AT+CGATT=?
AT+CGATT=1
Notes:

The setting form of this command changes the RF module settings.

This command is only available when the modem is OFFLINE.

Use +BNSTAT or +BMDIAG to query the modem service availability independently of its connection state.
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7.8
+CGACT: GPRS PDP Context Activate/Deactivate
Description
This command activates or deactivates the specified PDP context(s).
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
GPRS and HSPA only.
Command Syntax
AT+CGACT=[<state>[,<cid>[,<cid>[,…]]]]
Response Syntax
OK
ERROR
Query response: +CGACT: <cid>, <state>[<CR><LF>+CGACT: <cid>, <state>[…]]
Defined Values
<state>
0
1
Deactivated
Activated
<cid> PDP context Numeric identifier
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+CGACT=1,1
OK
AT+CGACT?
+CGACT: 1, 1
OK
Notes:

The setting form of this command changes the RF module settings.

This command is only available when the modem is OFFLINE.
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7.9
+COPN: Read Operator Name
Description
This command returns the list of all the operator names (in numeric and alphanumeric format) stored in the module.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
GPRS only.
Command Syntax
AT+COPN
Response Syntax
+COPN: <OpNum>,<OpName>
Defined Values
N/A
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+COPN=?
OK
AT+COPN
+COPN:
+COPN:
+COPN:
+COPN:
…
OK
23201,"A1"
23203,"A max."
23207,"A tele.ring"
23205,"one"
Notes:

This command is only available when the modem is OFFLINE.

Use +BNSTAT or +BMDIAG to query the modem current operator name independently of its connection state.
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7.10 +COPS: Operator Selection
Description
This command selects the GSM network operator. The selection can be automatic or forced to a specific operator.
The query form of the command returns the current mode and the currently selected operator (also when in automatic
mode).
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
GPRS and HSPA only.
Command syntax
Responses syntax
+COPS=<mode>[,<format>[,<oper>][,<AcT>]]
+COPS?
+COPS=?
OK
Network is selected with full
service
+COPS: <mode>[, <format>, <oper>]
+COPS: [list of supported (<stat>,alphanumeric
<oper>, short alphanumeric <oper>, numeric
<oper>)]
Defined Values
<err>: Error code
30
32
3
4
527
528
529
No network service
Network not allowed – emergency calls only
Not allowed during communication
Incorrect parameters
Please wait
Location update failure – emergency calls only
Selection failure – emergency calls only
<mode>:
0
1
2
3
4
Automatic network selection (remaining parameters ignored)
Manual network selection (<format> and <oper> are required)
Deregister from network (remaining parameters ignored)
Set format to use when querying the network operator value. (<format> is required, <oper> is
ignored)
Manual network selection or Automatic if manual selection fails (<format> and <oper> are required).
<format>: Format of <oper> field
0
1
2
long alphanumeric format <oper>
short alphanumeric format <oper>
numeric <oper> (default)
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<AcT>: access technology selected (HSPA modems only):
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
GSM
GSM Compact
UTRAN
GSM w/EGPRS
UTRAN w/HSDPA
UTRAN w/HSUPA
UTRAN w/HSDPA and HSUPA
E-UTRAN
<stat>: status of <oper>
0
1
2
3
unknown
available
current
forbidden
<oper>: Operator identifier (MCC/MNC in numeric format only for operator selection)
The long alphanumeric format can be up to 16 characters long. The short alphanumeric format can be up to 10
characters long.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+COPS?
+COPS: 0,2,20801
OK
Note: Home PLMN is France Telecom Orange
+COPS:(2,"F SFR","SFR","20810"),(3,"F-BOUYGUES
TELECOM","BYTEL","20820"),(3,"Orange F","Orange,"20801")
OK
Note: Home PLMN is SFR, BYTEL and Orange networks have been
detected
+CME ERROR: 32
Note: Network not allowed – emergency calls only
AT+COPS=?
AT+COPS=1,2,20810
Note: Ask for
registration of SFR
network
AT+COPS=0
Note: Ask for
registration on home
network
OK
Note: Succeeded
Notes:

The setting form of this command changes the RF module settings.

This command is only available when the modem is OFFLINE.

AT+COPS returns long list of data. You may need to issue it several time to get the complete operator list.
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7.11 +CFUN: Set Phone Functionality
Description
This command restarts or puts offline the modem RF module.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+CFUN=<value>
Response Syntax
+CFUN: <value>
Defined Values
<value>:
0
1
Note:
For CDMA, set the RF module to Offline mode
For GSM, perform IMSI detach and disable access to SIM card
Restarts the RF module. A complete RF module software reset is performed.
After a +CFUN=0, a +CFUN=1 must be issued to be able to use the RF and register on the network again. A full power-off
and power-on will also reset the module and returns it to normal mode.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+CFUN?
+CFUN: 1
OK
OK
AT+CFUN=1
Notes:

Resetting the modem RF module may trigger a modem restart.

This command is only available when the modem is OFFLINE.
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7.12 +CCLK: Clock Management
Description
This command sets or gets the current date and time of the RF module.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
1xRTT, GPRS and HSPA only, not supported by EVDO modems.
Command Syntax
AT+CCLK?
AT+CCLK="YY/MM/DD,hh:mm:ss"
Response Syntax
+CFUN: <value>
Defined Values
<date_and_time>: using the following format YY/MM/DD,hh:mm:ss with:
YY
MM
DD
hh
mm
ss
Two last digits of the year
Month (01-12)
Day (01-31)
Hours (00-24)
Minutes (00-59)
Seconds (00-59)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+CCLK?
+CCLK: "06/12/21,15:25:56"
OK
OK
AT+CCLK="06/12/21,15:22:00"
Notes:

The setting form of this command changes the RF module settings.

This command is only available when the modem is OFFLINE.

Use +BMDIAG to query the modem RF module time independently of its connection state.
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Security
The following commands are used to configure the modem security features:

+BRPSWD
Modem Remote access Password ............................................................................................. 61

+BRFPON
Turn RF Power ON/off ................................................................................................................ 62

+BFRBE
Factory Reset Button Enable ...................................................................................................... 63

+BSECUR
Enable Port Security .................................................................................................................... 64
Modem access can also be restricted via ACL, see section 19 - Access Control Lists (ACL) on page 183.
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8.1
+BRPSWD: Modem Remote access Password
Description
This command enables or disables the password protection feature of the modem and set the restricted access
password. When enabled, this feature allows to protect the AT command access to the modem over the LAN, the WAN
or both with a password (see Password protected modems page 14).
Availability
Since FW version 3.4.0
Since FW version 3.8.4 for the serial interface.
Command Syntax
AT+BRPSWD=<action>,<interface>,<password>
Response Syntax
+BRPSWD: <action>,<interface>,<password>
Defined Values
<action>
0
1
<interface>
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
<password>
6..30 characters
Disable password protection (default)
Enable password protection
WAN only (default)
WAN and LAN
LAN only
SERIAL only
SERIAL and WAN
SERIAL and LAN
SERIAL, WAN and LAN
Case sensitive password
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BRPSWD=1,1,"myPassw0rd"
AT+BRPSWD?
OK
+BRPSWD=1,1,"myPassw0rd"
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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8.2
+BRFPON: Turn RF Power ON/off
Description
This command turns the RF transceiver ON or OFF. When turned OFF, the radio circuitry is immediately shut off,
disabling data transmission and reception over the wireless network. This functionality is a safety measure for areas
where RF transmissions are restricted. The power state of the RF module is maintained in non-volatile memory
independently of the modem configuration.
Availability
Since FW version 3.4.7
EVDO-A, EDGE (BT-6400 series) and HSPA modems only.
Command Syntax
AT+BRFPON=<state>
Response Syntax
+BRFPON: <state>
Defined Values
<state>
0
1
Turn RF transceiver OFF
Turn RF transceiver ON (default)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BRFPON=1
AT+BRFPON?
OK
+BRFPON: 1
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile and the Stored profile.
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8.3
+BFRBE: Factory Reset Button Enable
Description
This command enables or disables the reset to factory settings feature activated when pressing the Reset button for
between 3 and 10 seconds (until RS232 LEDs starts flashing).
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.4
IndustrialPro and MobilityPro (BT-6000 and BT-5000v2 Series) only.
Command Syntax
AT+BFRBE=<Action>
Response Syntax
+BFRBE: <Action>
Defined Values
<Action>
0
1
Disabled. Pressing the RESET button will not restore factory default settings.
Enabled (default). Pressing the RESET button for between 3 and 10 seconds will reset the modem
configuration to factory settings.)
Example:
Commands
Responses
Commands
Responses
AT+BFRBE=1
AT+BFRBE?
OK
+BFRBE: 1
OK
Notes:

The setting is automatically saved into non-volatile memory (no need for AT&W).
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8.4
+BSECUR: Enable Port Security
Description
This option will offer the ability to disable certain login ports over TCP/IP Interfaces, such as Ethernet and PPP.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.16
IndustrialPro and MobilityPro (BT-6K and BT-5K Series) only.
Command Syntax
AT+BSECUR=<Value>
Response Syntax
+BSECUR: <Value>
Defined Values
<Value>
0
1
2
No Ports Disabled
Block the telnet port for root/prompt log in on all interfaces
Level 1 plus Block the telnet port for AT commands on eth0
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSECUR=1
AT+BSECUR?
OK
+BSECUR: 1
OK
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Modem Identification
The following commands are used to configure the modem name and retrieve the modem specific hardware
configuration:

+BMNAME
Modem Name ............................................................................................................................. 66

I
Request Identification information ............................................................................................ 67

+GMI
Get Manufacturer Identification................................................................................................. 69

+GMM
Modem Model ............................................................................................................................ 70

+GMR, +CGMR Modem Record Information ....................................................................................................... 71

+GSN, +CGSN
Modem Identification ................................................................................................................. 72

+CNUM
Check Modem’s Phone Number ................................................................................................. 73

+CIMI
Check Modem’s IMSI .................................................................................................................. 74

+CCID
Check Modem’s SIM Card Number ............................................................................................. 75

+BSIMNUM
Query the Modem’s SIM Card Number ...................................................................................... 76
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+BMNAME: Modem Name
Description
This command sets or retrieves the user-defined modem name. The modem name is stored directly in non-volatile
memory.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BMNAME="<modem_name>"
Response Syntax
+BMNAME: <modem_name>
Defined Values
<modem_name>
up to 31 alphanumeric characters string
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BMNAME?
+BMNAME: modem123.com
OK
OK
AT+BMNAME="test"
Notes:

This command does not affect the modem configuration profiles.

The modem name should not include a comma (for compatibility with IP registration messages).
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I: Request Identification information
Description
This command returns the modem identification information, such as model number, hardware version and software
version.
When given the optional value 1, the commands returns formatted information. When no parameter is given, the
version is returned on a single line.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Since FW version 3.6.1 (ATI1)
Command Syntax
ATI
ATI1
Response Syntax
I: <Manufacturer ID>,<Model>,HW:<HW version>,FW:<FW version>,S/N:<Serial No>,GPS:<GPS F/W Version>,RF:<RF FW
Version>
OK
I1:" <Manufacturer ID>
Model:<Model>
HW:<HW version>
FW:<Bluex FW version and date>
OS:<OS version and date>
BOOT:<Boot loader version >
FS:<File system version>
S/N:<Serial number>
RF: <RF module main version>
PRI: <RF module Product Release Information>
PRLREGION: <RF Module PRL Region settings>
PRL:<RF module PRL version>
ESN: <ESN>
Phone:<Phone number>
Name:<Modem name>
"
OK
Note: For ATI1, the fields name may vary according to the modem model (e.g. ESN/IMEI, GPS version, …).
Defined Values
None
Example:
Commands
Responses
ATI
I: BlueTree Wireless Data,BT-6600 Bell Mobility,HW:3.0,FW:3.6.1t6(Nov 27
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2008) OS:2.6.21 #btw03 (Nov 10 2008) U-Boot 1.2.0-btw02-g19c5ad76 FS
3.0.0,S/N:BTW-071166330013,GPS:N/A,RF: p2006000,31394 [Apr 10 2007
10:29:36] APPL: SWI6800_FP.00.60 2007/04/12 14:35:03 BOOT:
SWI6800_FP.00.60 2007/04/12 14:35:03 QCOM: SWI6800_FP.00.60 2007/04/12
14:35:03 SWID: SWI6800_FP.00.60 2007/04/12 14:35:03 [GENERIC_00] USBD:
SWI6800_FP.00.60 2007/04/12 14:35:03 [GENERIC_00] USB VID: 0x1199 PID:
0x0020
OK
I1:"BlueTree Wireless Data
Model: BT-6600 Bell Mobility
HW: 3.0
FW: 3.6.1t6 (Nov 27 2008)
OS: 2.6.21 #btw03 (Nov 10 2008)
BOOT: U-Boot 1.2.0-btw02-g19c5ad76
FS: 3.0.0
S/N: BTW-071166330013
RF: MC5725 p2006000
PRL: 31394
ESN: 605856D7
Phone: 5142360419
Name: Bluetree Modem
"
OK
ATI1
Notes:

The ATI1 fields may vary according to the modem model (e.g. ESN/IMEI, GPS version, …).

The ATI1 RF field include the RF module type name since FW 3.8.5

The ATI1 PRI and PRLREGION fields were added in FW 3.8.5. The PRI shows the RF module (HSPA and recent
EVDO.A modules only) provisioning information. The PRLREGION (HSPA only) shows the frequency region
settings of the RF module.
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9.3
+GMI: Get Manufacturer Identification
Description
This command returns the modem’s manufacturer’s name, i.e. BlueTree Wireless Data (now Sixnet).
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+GMI
Response Syntax
+GMI: BlueTree Wireless Data
OK
Defined Values
None
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+GMI
+GMI: Bluetree Wireless Data
OK
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9.4
+GMM: Modem Model
Description
This command returns the modem’s model.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+GMM
Response Syntax
+GMM: <Model>
OK
Defined Values
None
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+GMM
+GMM: BT-4400
OK
Notes:

On CDMA modems, the command returns the carrier name after the model
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9.5
+GMR and +CGMR: Modem Record Information
Description
This command returns the firmware versions of the modem, the GPS module (when available) and the RF module.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+GMR
AT+CGMR
Response Syntax
+GMR: HW:<HW Version>,FW:<FW version>,S/N:<serial number>,GPS:<GPS Version>,RF:<RF Version>
+CGMR: HW:<HW Version>,FW:<FW version>,S/N:<serial number>,GPS:<GPS Version>,RF:<RF Version>
Defined Values
None
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+GMR
+GMR: HW:1.0,FW:3.2.0t6(Dec 29 2006) 2.6.15.1bt5 U-Boot 1.1.3bt9 FS
3.0.0,S/N:BTW-SP0001,GPS:1.4,RF:p1708100,20212 [Jul 25 2005 12:30:59],Boot:
EM5625_FP_17.00.81 2005/07/26 16:04:14, VID: 4505 PID:
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9.6
+GSN and +CGSN: Modem Identification
Description
This command returns the modem’s ESN (Electronic Serial Number - CDMA modem) or IMEI (International Mobile
Equipment Identification - GSM modem).
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+GSN
AT+CGSN
Response Syntax
+GSN : <Modem ID>
or
<modem ID>
Defined Values
<Modem ID>
6 hexadecimal digits
15 decimal digits
ESN (CDMA modems)
IMEI (GSM modems)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+GSN
+GSN: F60A1234
OK
+GSN: 352974020327961
OK
AT+GSN
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+CNUM: Check Modem’s Phone Number
Description
This command returns the modem’s phone number(s) (when available).
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+CNUM
Response Syntax
+CNUM: <alpha>,<number>,<type>[,<CR><LF>+CNUM: <alpha>,<number>,<type>…]
Defined Values
<alpha>
<number>
<type>
optional alphanumeric string associated with <number>
string type number with format as specified by <type>
type of address byte in integer format
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+CNUM
+CNUM: "Phone","5145551212",0
OK
Notes:

Depending on the carrier requirements and on the SIM card (GPRS/Edge/HSPA only), the information may not be available.
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+CIMI: Check Modem’s IMSI
Description
This command gets the IMSI (International Mobile Subscriber Identity) of the modem.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
1xRTT, GPRS and HSPA only, not supported by EVDO modems.
Command Syntax
AT+CIMI
Response Syntax
+CIMI: <value>
Defined Values
<value>
15 digit IMSI. From left to right:
3-digit Mobile Country Code (MCC)
2-digit Mobile Network Code (MNC)
10-digit Mobile Identification Number (MIN)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+CIMI
+CIMI: 302005145551212
OK
Notes:

Depending on the carrier requirements and on the SIM card (GPRS/Edge/HSPA only), the information may not be available.

This command is only available when the modem is OFFLINE
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+CCID: Check Modem’s SIM Card Number
Description
This command returns the modem’s SIM card number.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
GSM only.
Command Syntax
AT+CCID
Response Syntax
+CCID: <SIM card number>
Defined Values
<SIM card number>
String
SIM card number
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+CCID
+CCID: 89035145551212
OK
Notes:

This command is only available when the modem is OFFLINE

This command is equivalent to +BSIMNUM.

The modem needs to be restarted when the SIM card is changed.
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9.10 +BSIMNUM: Query the Modem’s SIM Card Number
Description
This command returns the modem’s SIM card number.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.1
GPRS, EDGE and HSPA only.
Command Syntax
AT+BSIMNUM?
Response Syntax
+BSIMNUM: <SIM card number>
Defined Values
<SIM card number>
String
SIM card number
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSIMNUM?
+BSIMNUM: 89035145551212
OK
Notes:

This command is equivalent to +CCID, except that it is available when the modem is ONLINE or OFFLINE.

The modem needs to be restarted when the SIM card is changed.
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10 Modem Initialization
The following commands are used to configure the modem initialization:

+BRESET
Reset Modem .............................................................................................................................. 78

+BRSTRT
Reset Modem – Timer Based ...................................................................................................... 79

+BIGNIT
Ignition Sense Shutdown Delay .................................................................................................. 80

+BINITS
Modem Initialization String ........................................................................................................ 81

+BWDTEN
Watchdog Timer Enable.............................................................................................................. 82

+BMTIME
Select Modem Time source ........................................................................................................ 83

+BNTP
Define NTP servers...................................................................................................................... 84

+BNTPST
NTP status ................................................................................................................................... 85
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10.1 +BRESET: Reset Modem
Description
This command resets the modem.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BRESET=<value>
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<value>
0
reset modem
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BRESET=0
+BRESET: Resetting the modem
OK
Notes:

This command takes effect immediately. Use the AT&W command to make changes to the Active profile permanent prior to the reset.
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10.2 +BRSTRT: Reset Modem – Timer Based
Description
This command resets the modem after a specified delay in minutes.
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.3
Command Syntax
AT+BRSTRT=<Action>,<Delay_min>
Response Syntax
Defined Values
<Action>
0
1
2
Disable (Default)
Enable
Reserved
<Delay_min>
0
5-525600
Disabled (factory default)
Delay before reset in minutes (Note: 525 600 minutes is 365 days).
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BRSTRT=0, 5
AT+BRSTRT=0,5
OK
AT+BRSTRT=1, 5
AT+BRSTRT=1,5
OK
+BRSTRT=1,5
OK
AT+BRSTRT?
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The reset may be delayed by up to 5 minutes after the active configuration profile is loaded from the factory profile (AT&F) or from non-volatile memory
(ATZ1).
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10.3 +BIGNIT: Ignition Sense Shutdown Delay
Description
This command sets the modem’s ignition-related power-off delay (delay after which the modem will be shutdown once
IGN input signal is set to OFF).
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
BT-4000, BT-5000 and BT-5000v2 only.
Command Syntax
AT+BIGNIT=<power-off delay>
Response Syntax
+BIGNIT: <power-off delay>
Defined Values
<power-off delay>
0
1-65535
Immediately power off the modem when the IGN signal is turned off. (default).
delay in minutes before powering off the modem after the ignition sense is triggered.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIGNIT?
+BIGNIT: 0
OK
+BIGNIT: <0-65535> delay in minutes
OK
ERROR
OK
AT+BIGNIT=?
AT+BIGNIT=300
AT+BIGNIT=5
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The power-off may be delayed by up to 5 minutes after the active configuration profile is loaded from the factory profile (AT&F) or from non-volatile
memory (ATZ1).

The command has no effect on modems without an IGN input (BT-6000 series).
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10.4 +BINITS: Modem Initialization String
Description
This command sets the modem power-up initialization string. The programmed string is executed by the modem each
time it is reset.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BINITS="<init string>"
Response Syntax
+BINITS: "<init string>"
Defined Values
<init string>
Maximum 127 characters (default = ""). An empty string ("") clears the modem initialization string.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BINITS?
+BINITS: "S0=1"
OK
OK
AT+BINITS="X4S0=1"
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The init string must be between quotes and does not need to be prefixed by "AT".

This command cannot be combined with any other commands, and must be terminated with a Carriage Return.
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10.5 +BWDTEN: Watchdog Timer Enable
Description
Enables or disables the watchdog timer used to reset the modem whenever a critical fault is encountered in the system.
Availability
Since FW version 3.2.0
Command Syntax
AT+BWDTEN=<Action>
Response Syntax
+BWDTEN: <Action>
Defined Values
<Action>
0
1
Disable
Enable (Default)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BWDTEN?
+BWDTEN: 1
OK
OK
AT+BWDTEN=0

Notes:

The settings of this command are not saved in the stored profile and cannot be made permanent.

By default, the watchdog is always enabled.

Setting the watchdog timer to disabled only lasts until the next modem restart.

When disabled, the modem is not restarted even when configured to do so with +BPNGKA, +BIGNIT or +BRSTRT commands.

Disabling the watchdog timer is meant as a failsafe mode.
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10.6 +BMTIME: Select Modem Time source
Description
Select or report the time source of the modem system time.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.4
Command Syntax
AT+BMTIME=<Source>
Response Syntax
+BMTIME: "
Configured Source: <Source>
Source in use: <Source>
"
Defined Values
<Source>
BEST
NTP
GPS
CELL
STORED
Select the best possible source (NTP if server is available, GPS if a GPS fix is available, cellular network
if the modem is registered or stored time).
Set the modem time from NTP servers configured in AT+BNTP or, if none are configured from
pool.ntp.org.
Set the modem time from GPS as soon as a fix is available.
Set the modem time from the cellular network (default)
Set the modem time from the last stored value (may be off, if modem has not been powered on for
some time) *This value is no longer supported beyond 3.8.15/3.9.2.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BMTIME?
+BMTIME:"
Configured Source:CELL
Source in use: CELL
"
OK
OK
AT+BMTIME=CELL
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

For the modem date/time to be set from GPS, the AT+BGPSDT command must be set to 1.
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10.7 +BNTP: Define NTP servers
Description
This command defines which NTP servers shall be used when setting the modem time from a NTP server (Cf.
AT+BMTIME).
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.4
Command Syntax
AT+BNTP=<index>,<NTP server>
Response Syntax
+BNTP: 1,<NTP server>
+BNTP: 2,<NTP server>
…
Defined Values
<index>
1..10
Index of the NTP servers.
<NTP server>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
"name1.name2"
""
IP address of an NTP server
Fully qualified domain name of an NTP server
No configured (default).
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BNTP?
+BNTP:1,""
+BNTP:2,""
+BNTP:3,""
+BNTP:4,""
+BNTP:5,""
+BNTP:6,""
+BNTP:7,""
+BNTP:8,""
+BNTP:9,""
+BNTP:10,""
"
OK
OK
AT+BNTP=1,"pool.ntp.org"
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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10.8 +BNTPST: NTP status
Description
This command return the status log of the NTP client process.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.4
Command Syntax
AT+BNTPST?
Response Syntax
+BNTPST: "
NTP log status
"
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BNTPST?
+BNTPST:"
[Jan 1 00:00:04] ntpd launched!
[Jan 1 18:59:48] set local clock to Tue Jun
1275429776.778309s)
"
OK
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11 Modem Firmware Upgrade
The following commands are used to perform firmware updates on the modem:

+BFWUPS
Firmware Upgrade Session ......................................................................................................... 87

+BFTPE
FTP server Enable........................................................................................................................ 88

+BWGET
Upgrade package download ....................................................................................................... 88
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11.1 +BFWUPS: Firmware Upgrade Session
Description
This command is used to upgrade firmware components of the modem. Supported upgrade packages are:
Modem firmware
Modem firmware patch
Modem OS (kernel)
GPS module firmware
Modem configuration (AT command in TTL format)
RF module PRL
Partner applications
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BFWUPS=<Action>
Defined Values
<Action>
1
0
2
3
Begin an upgrade session
End an upgrade session
Reserved for future use
Start an upgrade session which will close automatically
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BFWUPS?
+BFWUPS: 0
OK
+BFWUPS: FW was updated to 3.6.1 11/28/08,rebooting..
OK
OK
+BFWUPS: FW was updated to 3.6.1 11/28/08,rebooting..
OK
AT+BFWUPS=1
AT+BFWUPS=0
AT+BFWUPS=3
Notes:

The upgrade package (.upd file) must be downloaded to the modem via FTP in binary mode and named "btfw.bin". It can also be downloaded from the
modem via wget (see +BWGET)

If the modem reboots before the upgrade session is closed (manually or automatically), the firmware is reverted to its previous version.

The automatic upgrade session closure (AT+BFWUPS=3) is available since FW 3.6.1. The session is automatically closed:

o
2 minutes after the modem restarted (3.6.1 <= FW <= 3.7.1)
o
15 seconds after the modem restarted (FW >= 3.7.2)
The modem FTP server must be enabled prior to downloading an upgrade package (cf. +BFTPE for FW >= 3.7.0).
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11.2 +BFTPE: FTP server Enable
Description
This command is used to start or stop the modem FTP server enabling the transfer of upgrade packages.
Availability
Since FW version 3.7.0
Command Syntax
AT+BFTPE=<Action>
Defined Values
<Action>
1
0
Start the modem FTP server. The server will automatically shutdown after 15 minutes.
Stop the modem FTP server.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BFTPE?
+BFTPE: 0
OK
OK
+BFTPE: 1
OK
AT+BFTPE=1
AT+BFTPE?
11.3 +BWGET: Upgrade package download
Description
This command is used to initiate the download of an upgrade package from a web server or an FTP server.
Availability
Since FW version 3.7.0
Command Syntax
AT+BWGET="<url>"[,"<wget_options>"]
Defined Values
<url>
URL of the upgrade package to download such as:
http://host[:port]/directory/file
http://user:[email protected]/path
ftp://host[:port]/directory/file
ftp://user:[email protected]/path
<wget_options>
Command line options of the wget command (advanced users only).
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BWGET="http://www.mysite.com/abt_3.8.0_bt6k.upd"
OK
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12 Wireless Network Connection Profile
The following commands are used to monitor the available wireless services:

+BCPNAC
Network Access Credentials ....................................................................................................... 90

+BCPINS
Connection Profile Initialization String ....................................................................................... 91

+BCPDNS
Domain Name Server .................................................................................................................. 92

+BCPADV
Advanced Connection Profile Settings........................................................................................ 93

$QCMIP
Query Mobile IP Profile number ................................................................................................. 94

$QCMIPGETP
Query Mobile IP Profile settings ................................................................................................. 95

+BCPAPN
Connection Profile Access Point Name ....................................................................................... 96
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12.1 +BCPNAC: Network Access Credentials
Description
This command sets the network connection dial string along with the authentication credentials to be used when
establishing a PPP session to the wireless network.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BCPNAC=<connection profile num>,<dial string>,"<username>","<password>"
Response Syntax
+BCPNAC: <connection profile num>,<dial string>,"<username>","<password>"
Defined Values
<connection profile num>
1
Connection profile number (for future enhancement)
<dial string>
[0-9#*]*
Maximum 32 characters (default = "")
<username>
Maximum 128 characters (default = "")
<password>
Maximum 128 characters (default = "")
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BCPNAC?
+BCPNAC: 1,#777,"admin","admin"
OK
OK
AT+BCPNAC=1,*99#,"user","password"
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The credentials will be used at the next connection attempt.
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12.2 +BCPINS: Connection Profile Initialization String
Description
This command sets a connection profile initialization string. This is different from the power-up initialization string (set
with +BINITS). The connection init string is used to setup a proper context before establishing a connection.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BCPINS=<connection profile num >,"<init string>"
Response Syntax
+BCPINS: <connection profile num >,"<init string>"
Defined Values
<connection profile num >
1
Connection profile number (for future enhancement)
<init string>
Maximum 128 characters (default = ""). An empty string ("") clears the initialization string.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BCPINS?
+BCPINS: 1,"E0"
OK
OK
AT+BCPINS=1,"+CGDCONT=1,"IP","proxy",0,0"
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The initialization string will be used at the next connection attempt.

The AT+BCPAPN command may be used to set the APN of a HSPA/EDGE/GPRS modem.

The init string must be between quotes.

This command cannot be combined with any other commands, and must be terminated with a Carriage Return.
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12.3 +BCPDNS: Domain Name Server
Description
This command sets the network domain name server addresses.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BCPDNS=<connection profile num>,<preferred DNS>,[<alternate DNS>]
Response Syntax
AT+BCPDNS: <connection profile num>,<preferred DNS>,<alternate DNS>
Defined Values
<connection profile num >
1
Connection profile number (for future enhancement)
<preferred DNS>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
Preferred DNS IP address (default is "0.0.0.0" to obtain DNS addresses automatically)
<alternate DNS>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
Alternate DNS IP address (optional)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BCPDNS?
+BCPDNS: 1,"0.0.0.0"
OK
OK
AT+BCPDNS=1,"204.101.84.1","204.101.84.2"
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The DNS settings will be used at the next connection attempt.
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12.4 +BCPADV: Advanced Connection Profile Settings
Description
This command sets the advanced connection profile parameters.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BCPADV=<connection profile num>,<use default gateway>,<use header compression>
Response Syntax
+BCPADV: <connection profile num>,<use default gateway>,<use header compression>
Defined Values
<connection profile num>
1
Connection profile number (for future enhancement)
<use default gateway>
0
1
do not use default gateway
use default gateway on remote server (default)
<use header compression>
0
1
disable IP header compression
enable IP header compression (default)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BCPADV?
+BCPADV: 1,0,0
OK
OK
AT+BCPADV=1,1,1
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The advanced settings will be used at the next connection attempt.
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12.5 $QCMIP: Query Mobile IP Profile number
Description
This command queries the Mobile IP Profile number.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.1
Command Syntax
AT$QCMIP?
Response Syntax
$QCMIP: <MIP profile number>
Defined Values
< MIP profile number >
Integer
MIP Profile number
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT$QCMIP?
$QCMIP: 1
OK
Notes:

The value returned is the value read during modem initialization.
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12.6 $QCMIPGETP: Query Mobile IP Profile settings
Description
This command queries the Mobile IP Profile settings.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.1
Command Syntax
AT$QCMIPGETP?
Response Syntax
$QCMIPGETP
<MIP profile parameters>
OK
Defined Values
< MIP profile parameters >
Mobile IP profile parameters, see example below.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT$QCMIPGETP?
AT$QCMIPGETP
Profile:1 Enabled
NAI:[email protected]
Home Addr:0.0.0.0
Primary HA:255.255.255.255
Secondary HA:0.0.0.0
MN-AAA SPI:2
MN-HA SPI:1235
Rev Tun:1
MN-AAA SS:Set
MN-HA SS:Set
OK
Notes:

The value returned is the value read during modem initialization.
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12.7 +BCPAPN: Connection Profile Access Point Name
Description
This command sets the APN (Access Point Name) of the HSPA/EDGE/GPRS modem.
Availability
Since FW version 3.7.0
HSPA, EDGE and GPRS modems.
Command Syntax
AT+BCPAPN="<APN>"
Response Syntax
+BCPAPN: "<APN>"
Defined Values
<APN> Access Point Name
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BCPAPN?
+BCPAPN: "proxy"
OK
OK
AT+BCPAPN="internet.com"
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The APN will be used at the next connection attempt.

The +BCPAPN command also sets the APN in the +BCPINS settings as a parameter to AT+CGDCONT.

When the APN is set with the AT+BCPINS command, the changes are also set in the +BCPAPN settings.
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13 Wireless Network Connection Control
The following commands are used to configure how the modem connects to the wireless services:

+BCMODE
Connection Mode ....................................................................................................................... 98

+BPPPAP
PPP Authentication Protocol Setting .......................................................................................... 99

+BPPPTR
WAN Auto-Reconnect Timer..................................................................................................... 100

+BWANRT
WAN Auto-Reconnect Timer..................................................................................................... 101

+BWANDT
Termination Timer of WAN PPP connection............................................................................. 102

+BWANIT
Disconnect on Inactivity Timeout ............................................................................................. 103

+BDCITO
Disconnect on Inactivity Timeout ............................................................................................. 104

+BWANON
Manual WAN Connection ......................................................................................................... 105

+BPPPKA
PPP Keep-alive option ............................................................................................................... 106

+BPNGKA
PING based Keep-alive .............................................................................................................. 107
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13.1 +BCMODE: Connection Mode
Description
This command sets the network connection mode (on-demand or always-on).
WARNING:
Setting the connection mode to On-demand may make the modem unreachable on the network since it
will not attempt to automatically reconnect.
Except in very specific circumstances, the connection mode should be set to Always-on.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BCMODE=<Mode>,[<Delay_s>]
Response Syntax
+BCMODE: <Mode>,<Delay_s>
Defined Values
<Mode>
0
1
2
On-Demand
Always-On (default)
Reserved
<Delay_s>
0-1044
Delay in seconds between each connection start. This parameter is no longer used and is only kept for
backward compatibility (use +BWANRT instead)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BCMODE?
+BCMODE: 1,600
OK
OK
AT+BCMODE=1
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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13.2 +BPPPAP: PPP Authentication Protocol Setting
Description
This command set the authorization protocol for PPP client connection.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BPPPAP=<Protocol>
Response Syntax
+BPPPAP: <Protocol>
Defined Values
<Protocol>
0
1
2
3
4-65535
no authentication protocol
PAP
CHAP
PAP & CHAP (default)
Reserved
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BPPPAP?
+BPPPAP: 3
OK
OK
AT+BPPPAP=3
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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13.3 +BPPPTR: WAN Auto-Reconnect Timer
Description
This command sets a delay in seconds before trying to reconnect in Always-On mode.
Availability
Since FW version 1.2.0
Deprecated
As of version 2.0.5, replaced by AT+BWANRT. This command is still currently supported for backwards compatibility with
legacy code.
Command Syntax
AT+BPPPTR=<Delay_s>
Response Syntax
+BPPPTR: <Delay_s>
Defined Values
<Delay_s>
0–600
Delay in seconds before trying to reconnect in Always-On mode
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BPPPTR=3
AT+BPPPTR?
OK
+BPPPTR: 3
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

This command has been replaced by +BWANRT
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13.4 +BWANRT: WAN Auto-Reconnect Timer
Description
This command sets a delay in seconds before trying to reconnect in Always-On mode.
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.5
Note:
AT+BWANRT replaces AT+BPPPTR.
Command Syntax
AT+BWANRT=<Delay_s>
Response Syntax
+BWANRT: <Delay_s>
Defined Values
<Delay_s>
0–600
Delay in seconds before trying to reconnect in Always-On mode
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BWANRT=3
AT+BWANRT?
OK
+BWANRT: 3
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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13.5 +BWANDT: Termination Timer of WAN PPP connection
Description
This command sets the termination timer of a WAN PPP connection.
The modem drops the WAN PPP connection when the timer elapses except if it is set to 0 (disabled).
If the modem is set to Always-On the connection will automatically be reestablished.
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.5
Command Syntax
AT+BWANDT=<Delay_s>
Response Syntax
+BWANDT: <Delay_s>
Defined Values
<Delay_s>
0
1–432000
Disable timer
Maximum duration in seconds of the WAN PPP connection.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BWANDT=3600
AT+BWANDT?
OK
+BWANDT: 3600
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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13.6 +BWANIT: Disconnect on Inactivity Timeout
Description
This command sets the inactivity timeout after which a network connection is terminated.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BWANIT=<Delay_min>
Response Syntax
+BWANIT: <Delay_min>
Defined Values
<Delay_min>
0
1–255
Session is never terminated, inactivity timeout is disabled (default)
terminate session when the specified delay in minutes elapses after the last packet has been received
or transmitted.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BWANIT?
+BWANIT: 60
OK
OK
AT+BWANIT=120
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

This command is equivalent to +BDCITO.
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13.7 +BDCITO: Disconnect on Inactivity Timeout
Description
This command sets the inactivity timeout after which a network connection is terminated.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BDCITO=<Delay_min>
Response Syntax
+BDCITO: <Delay_min>
Defined Values
<Delay_min>
0
1–255
Session is never terminated, inactivity timeout is disabled (default)
terminate session when the specified delay in minutes elapses after the last packet has been received
or transmitted.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BDCITO?
+BDCITO: 60
OK
OK
AT+BDCITO=120
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

This command is equivalent to +BWANIT.
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13.8 +BWANON and +BNCON: Manual WAN Connection
Description
Makes or drops a WAN connection manually in On-Demand mode according to the configuration of +BCPNAC.
+BWANON and +BNCON are equivalent.
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.5
Command Syntax
AT+BWANON=<Action>
AT+BNCON=<Action>
Response Syntax
Defined Values
<Action>
0
1
Hang up
Make a connection
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BWANON=1
OK
Notes:

This command returns ERROR when the connection schedule is set to Always-on (see +BCMODE)
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13.9 +BPPPKA: PPP Keep-alive option
Description
This command configures the keep-alive feature of a modem WAN PPP connection.
When enabled, the modem sends an LCP echo request each time no packet is received for the specified inactivity timer.
If the specified maximum number of consecutive echo attempts fails to receive a response, the PPP connection will be
reset. The reception of an IP packet on the PPP connection or an echo response reset the inactivity timer and the failure
counter.
Availability
Since FW version 3.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BPPPKA=<Delay_s>,<Count Before Reset>
Response Syntax
+BPPPKA: <Delay_s>,<Count Before Reset>
Defined Values
<Delay_s>
0
900–86400
Disable the PPP keep-alive feature (default).
Delay in seconds before sending an LCP echo request when no packet has been received.
<Count before reset>
0
1-1023
Do not reset the connection (default).
Count of failures to terminate the existing PPP connection.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BPPPKA?
+BPPPKA:2000,5
OK
OK
AT+BPPPKA=2000,5
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The changes in the configuration of the PPP keep-alive feature are only taken into effect at the next connection.
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13.10 +BPNGKA: PING based Keep-alive
Description
This command configures the ping-based keep-alive feature of a modem WAN PPP connection.
When enabled, the modem sends a PING request each time no packet is received for the specified inactivity timer.
The modem may also be configured to either reset the PPP connection or the whole modem after a maximum number
of consecutive PING attempts fails to receive a response.
The reception of an IP packet on the PPP connection resets the inactivity timer and the failure counter.
The modem will send and receive four 28-Byte ICMP packets per Ping Keep Alive attempt. Note that if this setting is set
to run frequently and the connection is up at all times, it could consume a significant amount of bandwidth. Based on a
setting of 1 ping every 15 minutes, the total consumption can use approximately 650 KB per month excluding framing.
Availability
Since FW version 3.1.1
Since FW 3.2.0 (Action parameter)
Command Syntax
AT+BPNGKA=<Delay_min>,<Count Before Reset>,<Server IP>,<Action>
Response Syntax
+BPNGKA: <Delay_min>,<Count Before Reset>,<Server IP>,<Action>
Defined Values
<Delay_min>
0
1–1440
Disable the ping-based keep-alive feature (default).
Send a ping when the specified delay in minutes elapses after the last packet has been received.
<Count before reset>
0
1-1023
Do not perform any action when ping fails (default).
Number of consecutive ping failures before performing the specified action (terminating the existing
PPP connection or resetting the modem). A ping is considered as a failure if no response is received
after the four ICMP packets have been sent.
<Server IP>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
IP address (dotted decimal) of remote destination
<Action> Action to perform after the specified maximum number of consecutive ping failures (non-null <Count before
reset>):
0
1
Example:
Reset the PPP connection (default)
Reset the modem
Commands
Responses
AT+BPNGKA?
+BPNGKA:20,5,"205.205.17.71",0
OK
OK
AT+BPNGKA=20,5,"205.205.17.71",0
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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14 Wireless Network Status Information
The following commands are used to monitor the wireless network status:

+BMDIAG
Modem diagnostics................................................................................................................... 109

+BCDIAG
Connection diagnostics ............................................................................................................. 111

+BNSTAT
Network Status (CDMA version) ............................................................................................... 113

+BNSTAT
Network Status (GPRS version) ................................................................................................. 115

+BNSTAT
Network Status (HSPA/Edge version) ....................................................................................... 117

+BGSMST
GSM Status information ........................................................................................................... 120

+BLODAT
Local Date and Time.................................................................................................................. 121
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14.1 +BMDIAG: Modem diagnostics
Description
This command returns the most relevant formatted diagnostic information.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.1
Command Syntax
AT+BMDIAG
Response Syntax
+BMDIAG: "
<Field>: <Value>[, <Value> …]
"
OK
Defined Values
The defined fields and associated values depend on the modem model.
Field
Value(s)
Modems
RSSI
Registration
RF state
Receive Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) in dBm
No service | Home | Roaming | Searching
No Service | Idle | Dormant | In-use | Incoming |
Calling
N/A
Active Packet Session | Inactive Packet Session
Currently used service
Network channel in use
all
all
CDMA
GPRS/EDGE
HSPA
Service
Channel
BSIC
System ID
Network
Ec/Io
Error rate
Date
Network Attach
WAN IP
GPS fix
Uptime
APN
Base Station Identification Code
System ID (integer)
Network ID (string)
Signal to interference ratio in steps of -0.5dB
Frame Error Rate
Network date and time (yy/mm/dd, hh:mm:ss)
Attached | Not Attached
Assigned WAN IP address (empty when not
connected), Time in days, hours, minutes and
seconds since connected, number of bytes
received, Number of bytes transmitted
Last GPS fix
Time in days, hours, minutes and seconds since
the last modem restart
Access point name (carrier specific)
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CDMA, EDGE and
HSPA
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HSPA
CDMA and HSPA
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all
GPRS/EDGE/HSPA
all
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Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BMDIAG?
+BMDIAG: "
RSSI: -91 dBm
Registration: Home
RF State: Dormant
Service: EVDO Rev. A
Channel: 350
System ID: 16420
Ec/Io: 11
Error Rate: 0.000
Date: 08/11/27,16:30:39
WAN IP:70.25.160.157, 52 s, RX:892 (892.0 B), TX:935 (935.0 B)
Uptime: 1 h 10 min 32 s
"
OK
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14.2 +BCDIAG: Connection diagnostics
Description
This command returns the connection diagnostics including:

What is the current schedule type (On-demand or Always-on)

What is the current connection state

When will be attempted the next connection

Status of the last connection attempt with a timestamp, state, reason for failure, …).

Status of the last disconnection (timestamp, reason, …)
Availability
Since FW version 3.7.2
Command Syntax
AT+BCDIAG?
Response Syntax
+BCDIAG: "
<Field>: <Value>
…
"
OK
Defined Values
The defined fields and associated values are detailed in the following table:
Field
Value(s)
Schedule
State
Always-on or On-demand (according to +BCMODE)
ONLINE, CONNECTING, OFFLINE, DISCONNECTING.
When ONLINE, EVDO modems show whether they are
connected with Simple IP or Mobile IP.
This field returns when the next connection will get
attempted. It is omitted when ONLINE.
This section details the reason why the connection
attempt failed. It is omitted if the connection
succeeded at the first attempt.
Timestamp of the last connection attempt (N/A if the
modem had not been able to get date/time from the
network). The timestamp is in the format YYYY-MM-DD
HH:MM:SS
Reason for the failure to connect:
No service
RF Power off
Chat Iinit Error
Chat dialing Error
Chat no carrier
PPP launch Error
PPP quit
Next connection attempt
Last connection attempt
error
Timestamp
Reason
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Field
Value(s)
PPP log
MIP error code
Call error code
Last disconnection
Last few lines of the PPP process
MIP error code and description (EVDO modems only)
Call error code and description (EVDO modems only)
This section details the reason why the connection
has been disconnected (user or network initiated). It
is omitted if the connection has not been terminated.
Timestamp of the disconnection. The timestamp is in
the format YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS
Reason for the disconnection:
User initiated
Network initiated
RF power off
Last few lines of the PPP process when the
disconnection is network initiated.
MIP error code and description (EVDO modems only)
Call error code and description (EVDO modems only)
Timestamp
Reason
PPP log
MIP error code
Call error code
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BCDIAG?
+BCDIAG:"
Schedule: Always-on
State: ONLINE (Simple IP)
Last connection attempt error:
Timestamp: 2009-06-29 09:58:25
Reason: No service
Last disconnection:
Timestamp: 2009-06-29 09:55:33
Reason: User initiated
"
OK
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14.3 +BNSTAT: Network Status (CDMA version)
Description
This command returns the current wireless network status information for the CDMA version.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
CDMA only.
Command Syntax
AT+BNSTAT
Response Syntax
+BNSTAT: <Rx power>,<reg status>,<RF state>,<Base Station P_REV/Svc Availability>,<service type inuse>,<band>,<channel>,<sid>,<nid>,<pilot PN offset>,<Base Station ID>,<slot cycle index>,<Ec/Io>,<Tx power>,<Tx
Adj>,<fer>,September 9, 2010,<Network Time>
Defined Values
<Rx power>:
Signed integer
Receive Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) in dBm
<reg status>
0
1
2
not registered
registered, home network
registered, roaming
<RF state>
0
1
2
3
4
5
No Service
Idle
Dormant
In-use
Incoming
Calling
<Base Station P_REV/Svc Availability>
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Note:
PCS
IS-95
IS-95A
IS-95B
IS-95B
CDMA Rev. 0 (1xRTT)
CDMA Rev. 1
BT-x600 returns "N/A" (FW version > 3.2.x)
<Service type in-use>
1
2
3
4
5
PCS
IS-95
IS-95A
IS-95B
IS-95B
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7
81-87
91-97
CDMA Rev. 0 (1xRTT)
CDMA Rev. 1
EVDO Rev-0
EVDO Rev-A
<band> Frequency band
0
1
Cellular (800 MHz)
PCS (1900 MHz)
<channel>
Integer
ID of the network channel in use
Integer
System ID
Integer
Network ID
<sid>
<nid>
<pilot PN offset>
Integer
Pseudo noise offset specific to the base station in use.
<Base Station ID>
Integer
Note:
This is the Base Station ID.
The Base Station ID always returns "N/A". This is due to the fact that getting this value requires approximately 5
minutes of waiting time.
<slot cycle index>
Integer
Slot cycle index
0-63
Signal to interference ratio in steps of -0.5dB: i.e. 0 corresponds to 0 × -0.5 dB=0 dB, 63 corresponds
to 63 × -0.5 dB = -31.5 dB
<Ec/Io>
<Tx power>
Integer
Transmit power in dBm
<Tx Adj>
Integer
Transmit power adjusted in dBm
n.nnn
Frame Error Rate
<fer>
September 9, 2010
yy/mm/dd
Network Date
<Network Time>
hh:mm:ss
Network Time (local or UTC, see +BLODAT page 121)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BNSTAT?
+BNSTAT: -91,1,1,6,6,1,350,16420,54,184,N/A,2,16,0,0,0.000,05/10/14,15:23:43
OK
Notes:

The command +BMDIAG returns some of the +BNSTAT information
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14.4 +BNSTAT: Network Status (GPRS version)
Description
This command returns the current wireless network status information for the GPRS version.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
GPRS only.
Command Syntax
AT+BNSTAT
Response Syntax
+BNSTAT: <Rx power>,<Ber>,<MCC>,<MNC>,<LAC>,<CI>,<BSIC>,<BCCH Freq>,<RxLev>,<RxLev Full>,<RxLev
Sub>,<RxQual>,<RxQual Full>, <RxQual Sub>,<Idle TS>,<Creg mode>,<Creg stat>,<Cops mode>,<Cops
format>,<Cops Id>,<Cgatt state>
Defined Values
<Rx power>
Integer
Receive Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) .
See Table 3. +CSQ RSSI values (CDMA 1xRTT and GPRS) page 43
Integer
Bit Error Rate, 99 when not available.
Integer
Mobile Country Code
Integer
Mobile Network Code
Hex Integer
Location Area Code
Hex Integer
Cell Identifier
Integer
Base Station Identification Code
<Ber>
<MCC>
<MNC>
<LAC>
<CI>
<BSIC>
<BCCH Freq>
Integer
Broadcast Control Channel Absolute
<RxLev>
Integer
Received Signal Level. Indicates the average signal level received.
<RxLev Full>
Integer
Received Signal Level. Indicates the average signal level received DTX disabled
<RxLev Sub>
Integer
Received Signal Level. Indicates the average signal level received DTX enabled
<RxQual>
Integer
Received Signal Quality. Indicates the average signal quality received.
<RxQual Full>
Integer
Received Signal Quality. Indicates the average signal quality received DTX disabled
<RxQual Sub>
Integer
Received Signal Quality. Indicates the average signal quality received DTX enabled
<Idle TS>
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Integer
Idle timeslots, used to scan neighboring cells to form a list of potential candidates for a signal
handoff, based on RxLev.
<Creg mode>
0
1
2
Disable network registration unsolicited result code (default).
Enable network registration code result code +CREG : <stat>.
Enable network registration and location information unsolicited result code +CREG: <stat>, <lac>,
<ci> if there is a change of network cell..
<Creg stat>
0
1
2
4
5
not registered, MS is not currently searching for a new operator.
registered, home network.
not registered, MS currently searching for a base station.
unknown.
registered, roaming
<Cops mode>
0
1
2
3
automatic
use long format alphanumeric <oper>
use short format alphanumeric <oper>
use numeric <oper>
<Cops format> Format of <oper> field
0
1
2
long alphanumeric format <oper>
short alphanumeric format <oper>
numeric <oper> (default)
<Cops Id>
Integer
Operator ID
<Cgatt state>
0
1
2
Detached
Attached
Combined Detach (GPRS and GSM Detach performed in the same network request)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BNSTAT?
+BNSTAT:16,0,302,720,32c8,2902,37,532,29,,,0,,,0,0,1,0,2,302720,0
OK
Notes:

The command +BMDIAG returns some of the +BNSTAT information
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14.5 +BNSTAT: Network Status (HSPA/Edge version)
Description
This command returns the current wireless network status information for HSPA modems.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.0
HSPA and Edge only.
Command Syntax
AT+BNSTAT
Response Syntax
+BNSTAT: <Rx power>,<Reg status>,<RF state>,<Base Station P_REV/Svc Availability>,<service type inuse>,<band>,<channel>,<Network String>, <MNC>,<pilot PN offset>,<Cell ID>,<slot cycle index>,<Ec/Io>,<Tx
power>,<Tx Adj>,<Ber>,September 9, 2010,<Network Time>
Defined Values
<Rx power>:
Signed integer
Receive Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) in dBm for GPRS and EDGE
Received Signal Code Power (RSCP) in dBm for UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA and HSPA,
<Registration status>
0
1
2
not registered
registered, home network
registered, roaming
<RF state>
N/A
Unavailable
<Base Station P_REV/Svc Availability>
N/A
Unavailable
<Service type in-use>
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
None
GPRS
EDGE
UMTS
HSDPA
HSUPA
HSPA (HSDPA + HSUPA)
<band> Frequency band
000
001
002
003
No Service
GSM 850
GSM 900
GSM 1800
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257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266-65534
65535
GSM 1900
WCDMA 2100
WCDMA 1900
WCDMA 850
WCDMA 800
WCDMA 1800
WCDMA 1700 (US)
WCDMA 2600
WCDMA 900
WCDMA 1700 (Japan)
Reserved
Invalid band
<channel>
Integer
Channel number ((U)ARFCN)
Valid values are dependent on current band
<Network String>
String
Network string
Integer
MNC (Mobile Network Code)
<MNC>
<pilot PN offset>
N/A
Unavailable
<Cell ID>
Integer
Cell ID.
Valid values: Any 16-bit number
<slot cycle index>
N/A
Unavailable
<Ec/Io>
Ec/Io measurement in –dB
Value represents half-decibel increments. For example:
1:
Ec/Io = -0.5 dB
21:
Ec/Io = -10.5 dB
N/A
Unavailable for GPRS and EDGE
<Tx power>
N/A
Unavailable
<Tx Adj>
N/A
Unavailable
n.nnn
N/A
Bit Error Rate for GPRS and EDGE
Unavailable for HSDPA and HSUPA
<BER>
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yy/mm/dd
UTC Date
<Network Time>
hh:mm:ss
Example:
Commands
AT+BNSTAT?
UTC Time
Responses
+BNSTAT: -90,1,N/A,N/A,103,259,1037,Rogers,302,N/A,12095,N/A,
16,N/A,N/A,N/A,08/08/06,15:23:46
OK
Notes:

The command +BMDIAG returns some of the +BNSTAT information
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14.6 +BGSMST: GSM Status information
Description
This command returns the available services for the HSPA version.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.0
HSPA only
Command Syntax
AT+BGSMST?
Response Syntax
+BGSMST: <Service Icon>, <Service Type Available>,<GPRS Attached Status>,<Packet Session Active Status>
Defined Values
<Service Icon>
00
01
No
Yes
<Service Type Available>
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
None
GPRS
EDGE
UMTS
HSDPA
HSUPA
HSPA (HSDPA + HSUPA)
<GPRS Attached Status>
00
01
No
Yes
<Packet Session Active Status>
00
01
Example:
Commands
AT+BGSMST?
No
Yes
Responses
+BGSMST: 1,6,1,0
OK
Notes:

HSPA modems always reports the Packet Session Active Status as 00 (No).
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14.7 +BLODAT: Local Date and Time
Description
This command returns the current local date and time.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BLODAT
Response Syntax
+BLODAT: <Local date>,<Local time>
Defined Values
<Local date>
yy/mm/dd
Local date (year last two digits, month, day)
<Local time>
hh:mm:ss
Time (hours:minutes:seconds)
- Local: CDMA, EVDO, EVDO-A (with MC5725)
- UTC: GPRS, EDGE, HSPA and EVDO-A (with MC5727)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BLODAT
+BLODAT: 06/11/22,12:55:23
OK
Notes:

The date and time information is local for CDMA, EVDO-0 and some EVDO-A modems.

The date and time information is GMT for GPRS/EDGE/HSPA and some EVDO-A modems.
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15 Modem Provisioning
The following commands are used to provision the modem for the wireless network provider:

+BPVMLC
Provision Master Lock Code...................................................................................................... 123

+BPVNAM
Provision NAM .......................................................................................................................... 125

+BPVCMD
Provision RF module Commands .............................................................................................. 125

+BPVCME
Execute RF provisioning commands ......................................................................................... 127

+BOTASP
Start OTASP process.................................................................................................................. 128

+BOTAST
Over the air activation status.................................................................................................... 129

+BPTOIP
Pass-Through Over IP ................................................................................................................ 131
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15.1 +BPVMLC: Provision Master Lock Code
Description
This command stores the modem MLC (Master Lock Code, aka. MSL or Master Subsidy Lock) into non-volatile memory.
The stored MLC is used by other provisioning commands (e.g. +BPVNAM) and by the PRL upgrade package feature (cf.
+BFWUPS).
The MLC is not verified when the +BPVMLC command is issued, it cannot be queried.
The MLC is automatically stored into non-volatile memory.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.1
EVDO only.
Command Syntax
AT+BPVMLC=<MLC>
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<MLC>: Master Lock Code (carrier dependent)
6 digit number
default is 000000
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BPVMLC=123456
AT+BPVMLC?
OK
ERROR
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15.2 +BPVNAM: Provision NAM
Description
This command provisions the modem NAM information (MDN and MIN and optionally system ID). The values are
provided by carriers upon subscription.
Except for the carrier having no MLC requirements, the modem MLC must have been provisioned with the +BPVMLC
command prior to using +BPVNAM to set the modem NAM information.
The NAM information is automatically stored into non-volatile memory.
This command automatically resets the modem.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.1
EVDO only.
Command Syntax
AT+BPVNAM=<MDN>,<MIN>[,<SID>]
AT+BPVNAM?
Response Syntax
OK
+BPVNAM: <MDN>,<MIN>,<SID>
Defined Values
<MDN>: Mobile Directory Number
10-digit phone number
<MIN>: Mobile Identification Number
10-digit phone number
<SID>: System ID
Number identifying your "Home" network
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BPVMLC=123456
AT+BPVNAM=5144229110,5144229110
AT+BPVNAM?
OK
OK
+BPVNAM: 5144229110,5144229110,0
OK
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15.3 +BPVCMD: Provision RF module Commands
Description
This command stores up to 16 AT commands which will get executed into the RF module when AT+BPVCME is issued.
When queried, the +BPVCMD? command returns the list of commands together with an execution flag showing the
status of each command.
Setting a new RF AT command automatically sets the execution flag to 1.
Please refer to AT+BPVCME for details on the execution process.
The RF AT commands are automatically saved into non-volatile memory.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.1
EVDO only.
Command Syntax
AT+BPVCMD=<index>,"<command>"
AT+BPVCMD?
Response Syntax
OK
+BPVCMD=0,<command>,<flag>
+BPVCMD=1,<command>,<flag>
…
OK
Defined Values
<index>: Command index
0..15
<command>: RF module AT command
String starting with "AT"
<flag>: Execution flag (query only)
0
1
2
3
Command executed successfully
Command scheduled for execution at next AT+BPVCME=1
Command executed and failed
Command executed and timed out
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BPVCMD=2,"AT~NAMVAL=5551234"
AT+BPVCMD?
OK
+BPVCMD:0,"AT$QCMIP=1",1
+BPVCMD:1,"AT~NAMLCK=000000",1
+BPVCMD:2,"AT~NAMVAL=5551234",1
+BPVCMD:3,"",0
+BPVCMD:4,"",0
+BPVCMD:5,"",0
+BPVCMD:6,"",0
+BPVCMD:7,"",0
+BPVCMD:8,"",0
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+BPVCMD:9,"",0
+BPVCMD:10,"",0
+BPVCMD:13,"",0
+BPVCMD:12,"",0
+BPVCMD:13,"",0
+BPVCMD:14,"",0
+BPVCMD:15,"",0
OK
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15.4 +BPVCME: Execute RF provisioning commands
Description
This command triggers a modem restarts and the execution of the RF provisioning commands programmed into the
AT+BPVMCD commands.
The commands programmed into AT+BPVCMD which have their execution flag set to 1 are executed sequentially,
starting with the smallest index. The command execution stops when a command execution fails or times out (timeout is
5 s).
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.1
Command Syntax
AT+BPVCME=<action>
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<action>:
1
Restart the modem and start the execution of RF provisioning commands
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BPVCME=1
OK
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15.5 +BOTASP: Start OTASP process
Description
The AT+BOTASP command starts the OTASP (Over The Air Service Provisioning).
The result of the OTASP process may be monitored with the AT+BOTASP? or AT+BOSTAST? command (either locally
during the process, or remotely after the process has completed).
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.1
EVDO only.
Command Syntax
AT+BOTASP="<dial string>"
AT+BOTASP?
Response Syntax
OK
+BOTASP:
<OTASP status>
OK
Defined Values
<dial string>: OTASP dial string (carrier dependent)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BOTASP="*22886"
AT+BOTASP?
OK
+BOTASP:
[Nov 21 2008]
[Nov 21 2008]
[Nov 21 2008]
[Nov 21 2008]
[Nov 21 2008]
parameters to
[15:51:50]: OTASP state:[AT+CDV*22886]
[15:51:50]: OTASP state:[SPL unlock],[succeeded]
[15:51:50]: OTASP state:[New MDM download],[succeeded]
[15:51:50]: OTASP state:[New NAM download],[succeeded]
[15:51:50]: OTASP state:[OTASP finished, commit
NVRAM],[succeeded]
OK
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15.6 +BOTAST: Over the air activation status
Description
The AT+BOTAST command returns the accumulated results of the Over The Air Service Provisioning (OTASP) since its last
invocation. The AT+BOTAST command may be invoked periodically during the OTASP process. The accumulated results
are cleared after each invocation.
Availability
Since FW version 3.2
EVDO only.
Command Syntax
AT+BOTAST[?]
Note: This query command works with or without the ‘?’.
Response Syntax
+ BOTAST: <Stage>,<Status>,<Description>
+ BOTAST: <Stage>,<Status>,<Description>
Defined Values
<Stage>: Activation stages
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Not available
SPL unlock
Authentication key exchange
Shared Secret Data (SSD) update
New NAM download
New MDM download
IMSI download
PRL download
OTASP finished, commit parameters to NVRAM
< Status>: Activation stage status
0
1
Failed
Succeeded
<Description>: Textual description of the activation stages and statuses
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BOTAST?
+BOTAST: 1,1, SPL unlock succeeded
+BOTAST: 5,1, New MDM download succeeded
+BOTAST: 4,1, New NAM download succeeded
OK
Note: OTASP is in progress
+BOTAST: 0,0, No available state
OK
Note: No result is available; all results have already been
retrieved or OTASP has not been started.
AT+BOTAST?
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AT+BOTAST?
+BOTAST: 7,1, PRL download succeeded
+BOTAST: 8,1, OTASP finished, commit parameters to NVRAM
succeeded
OK
Note: OTASP just completed
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15.7 +BPTOIP: Pass-Through Over IP
Description
This command set the modem in a pass-through mode to directly connect the RF module over IP.
Availability
Since FW version 3.3
Command Syntax
AT+BPTOIP=<Dst>,<Action>,<TCP Port Number>,<Server Inactivity Timer>,<Connection Inactivity Timer>
Response Syntax
+ BPTOIP: <Dst>,<Action>,<TCP Port Number >,<Server Inactivity Timer>,<Connection Inactivity Timer>
Defined Values
<Dst>
1
2
RF main port
RF secondary port (Not Used)
<Action> Set Command:
0
1
2
Stop the pass-through over IP server for the specified RF port.
Start the pass-through over IP server for the specified RF port.
Restart (Stop and then Start) the pass-through over IP server for the specified RF port.
<Action> Query Command:
0
1
Stopped (Pass-through over IP server for the specified port is stopped).
Listening (Pass-through over IP server for the specified port has been started and is awaiting an
incoming connection).
Connected (Pass-through over IP server for the specified port has been started and a connection has
been established).
2
<TCP port Number>
1-65535
TCP port number (shall not be a reserved port and must not be currently in-use by the modem)
<Server Inactivity Timer>
1-3600
Server inactivity timer in seconds. The server will be stopped after the specified delay without an
established connection. This timer cannot be disabled.
<Connection Inactivity Timer>
0
1-3600
Disable connection inactivity timer (connection is maintained even if no data exchange occurs).
Connection inactivity timer in seconds. The connection will be terminated when no exchange of data
takes place on the established connection after the timer expires.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BPTOIP=1,1,6701,600,120
AT+BPTOIP?
OK
+BPTOIP:1,1,6701,600,120
+BPTOIP:2,1,6702,600,0
OK
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Notes:

This command does not affect the modem configuration profiles, its settings are temporary.

This command can be used to manually provision an RF module and is only available when the modem is offline.
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16 Modem IP Settings
The following commands are used to configure the basic IP configuration of the modem:

+BIPINF
IP Configuration ........................................................................................................................ 134

+BIPPTE
IP Pass-Through via Ethernet .................................................................................................... 135

+BETHIP
Modem’s LAN IP Address .......................................................................................................... 136

+BDHCPE
Modem’s DHCP Server Enable .................................................................................................. 137

+BDHCPR
Modem’s DHCP Server IP Addresses Range ............................................................................. 139

+BDHCPL
Modem’s DHCP servers Lease time .......................................................................................... 140

+BPPPIP
Modem’s IP Settings Over PPP Connection .............................................................................. 141

+BIPREG
IP Registration Setting............................................................................................................... 142

+BUSBIP
Modem’s IP Settings Over USB NDIS Connection ..................................................................... 144

+BIPMTU
IP Interfaces MTU ..................................................................................................................... 145
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16.1 +BIPINF: IP Configuration
Description
This command queries the modem’s Internet Protocol settings.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BIPINF
Response Syntax
+BIPINF: <LAN MAC>,<LAN IP>,<WAN IP>,<Service TCP Port>
Defined Values
<LAN MAC>
Hex
Local Area Network MAC address
<LAN IP>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
Local Area Network IP address in dotted decimal
<WAN IP>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
Wide Area Network IP address in dotted decimal
<Service TCP Port>
6070
Modem’s service TCP port number
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPINF
+BIPINF: 00134700C8E2,"192.168.222.20","204.12.54.33",6070
OK
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16.2 +BIPPTE: IP Pass-Through via Ethernet
Description
This command configures the IP Pass-Through via Ethernet mode. This mode allows to assign to the connected host, the
WAN IP address assigned by the network to the modem.
When enabled, the normal DHCP settings are used to assign an IP address to the LAN interface until the modem acquires
an IP address from the network. At this point, the modem sets the maximum number of DHCP clients to one and set the
host IP address to the WAN IP address. In case of network disconnection, the modem will re-assign the default host IP
address if it did not get a new IP address within 60 seconds, otherwise, the modem will either assign the newly acquired
IP address or leave the IP address as-is if it has not changed.
The IP pass-through via Ethernet can only be activated on one interface at a time. When the interface is changed with
the AT+BIPPTE command, the previous settings are disabled automatically. When activated on Ethernet, DHCP must be
enabled (see AT+BDHCPE).
DMZ and Port Forwarding settings are ignored when the IP pass-through over Ethernet is enabled.
Availability
Since FW version 3.4.4
Command Syntax
AT+BIPPTE=<option>,<interface>
Response Syntax
+BIPPTE=<option>,<interface>
OK
Defined Values
<option>
0
1
Disable IP pass-through over Ethernet mode (default)
Enable IP pass-through over Ethernet mode
<interface>
1
2
3
Ethernet interface (default)
USB Interface
Local PPP interface
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPPTE=1,1
AT+BIPPTE?
OK
+BIPPTE: 1,1
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The following ports are not forwarded to the connected host: tcp:6070, tcp:6073, tcp:5070, tcp:20, tcp:21, tcp:9999, udp:21000, serial IP listening server
port (when enabled and configured with a saved configuration).
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16.3 +BETHIP: Modem’s LAN IP Address
Description
This command sets the IP address and subnet mask of the modem LAN Ethernet interface. The modem can be used as
the Gateway address for the LAN devices.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BETHIP=<Modem IP>,<Subnet mask>
Response Syntax
+BETHIP: <Modem IP>,<Subnet mask>
Defined Values
<Modem IP>:
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
Modem’s Local Area Network IP address in dotted decimal
<Subnet mask>:
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
Local Area Network subnet mask in dotted decimal
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BETHIP?
+BETHIP: "192.168.0.1","255.255.255.0"
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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16.4 +BETHCLI: Modem’s LAN IP Address – DHCP Client
Description
This command sets the LAN Ethernet interface to obtain its IP address from a DHCP server.
The modem can be used as the Gateway address for the LAN devices.
Once an IP is obtained from the DHCP server it will not be presented in BlueVue Device Manager.
You will need to issue AT+BIFCON-eth0 to see the IP that was issued.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.16
Command Syntax
AT+BETHCLI=<enable>
0
(default) disable DHCP Client from running
1
enable DHCP Client on Eth0 / Ethernet port
Response Syntax
+BETHCLI: <enable>
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BETHCLI?
+BETHCLI:
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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16.5 +BDHCPE: Modem’s DHCP Server Enable
Description
This command enables or disables the modem’s DHCP server running on the Ethernet interface(s).
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BDHCPE=<Action>
Response Syntax
+BDHCPE: <Action>
Defined Values
<Action>:
0
1
Disable DHCP Server
Enable DHCP Server (Default)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BDHCPE?
+BDHCPE: 1
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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16.6 +BDHCPR: Modem’s DHCP Server IP Addresses Range
Description
This command sets the range of IP addresses to be assigned by the modem’s DHCP server to connected LAN devices.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BDHCPR=<Start IP>,<Range>
Response Syntax
+BDHCPR: <Start IP>,<Range>
Defined Values
<Start IP>:
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
Starting IP address in dotted decimal. This address will be assigned to the first connected device. This
address must fit in the subnet defined by +BETHIP settings.
<Range>:
0-254
Number of IP addresses to use including the starting IP address. The addresses are usually selected by
incrementing fields such that the addresses are above the starting IP address. All addresses are part
of the subnet mask specified in +BETHIP.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BDHCPR?
+BDHCPR: "192.168.0.4",36
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The IP addresses are leased for the amount of time specified in +BDHCPL.

The modem DHCP server must be enabled with +BDHCPE.
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16.7 +BDHCPL: Modem’s DHCP servers Lease time
Description
This command sets how long IP addresses are leased to DHCP clients. The command only affects future leases on the
USB and Ethernet interfaces.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.0
Command Syntax
AT+BDHCPL=<Lease time>
Response Syntax
+BDHCPL: <Lease time>
Defined Values
<Lease time>:
60-864000
Lease time in seconds (from one minute to 10 days, default is one hour – 3600s).
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BDHCPL?
+BDHCPL: 3600
OK
OK
AT+BDHCPL=120
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

Some networking equipments do not detect physical Ethernet reset, in that case, Sixnet recommends using a short leases time (a few minutes).

When the modem is configured for IP Pass-through (AT+BIPPTE), the DHCP lease time is set to 30 seconds until the WAN IP address is acquired. It is then
set to the value configured by AT+BDHCPL.
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16.8 +BPPPIP: Modem’s IP Settings Over PPP Connection
Description
This command sets the modem and the serially connected host PPP IP addresses.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BPPPIP=<Modem IP>,<Host IP>
Response Syntax
+BPPPIP=<Modem IP>,<Host IP>
Defined Values
<Modem IP>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
Modem’s IP address over the local PPP connection (using a serial cable) in dotted decimal.
<Host IP>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
Attached device’s IP address over the local PPP connection (using a serial cable) in dotted decimal.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BPPPIP?
+BPPPIP: "192.168.0.2","192.168.0.3"
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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16.9 +BIPREG: IP Registration Setting
Description
This command controls the IP registration mechanism and notification method allowing a central server to be kept
aware of modem IP address changes.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BIPREG=<option>,[<server IP or Domain Name >,<server port>,<server port type>,<Delay_min>]
Note:
When omitting parameters, the previous defined values of the omitted parameters are used.
Response Syntax
+BIPREG: <option>,"<server IP>",<server port>,<server port type>,<Delay_min>
Defined Values
<option>
0
1
No registration (default)
Enable registration
<server IP>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
IP registration server IP address or Domain Name (default is "0.0.0.0")
<server port>
1-65535
IP registration server port number(default is 7777)
<server port type>
0
1
UDP
TCP (default)
<Delay_min>
0
1-65535
Register once every time a connection is established (default)
Register every time a connection is established and every time the specified delay in minutes elapses.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPREG?
+BIPREG: 0
OK
OK
AT+BIPREG=1,"204.101.1.2",6666,1,180
The messages sent to the IP registration server have the following format:
<ESN>,<Modem name>,<Current WAN IP>
Defined Values
<ESN>
String
Electronic Serial Number – unique identifier of the modem
<Modem name>
String
The modem name set by the user (refer to BlueVue DM or AT+BNAME)
<Current WAN IP>
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nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn
The current IP address or Domain Name assigned to the modem by the wireless network.

Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

Modified settings are taken into effect when the IP registration is disabled and then enabled back.
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16.10 +BUSBIP: Modem’s IP Settings Over USB NDIS Connection
Description
This command sets the modem’s IP address as seen over the USB NDIS interface by the attached host as well as the IP
address that gets assigned by the modem to the attached host. It also configures the local network subnet mask formed
by the USB NDIS connection.
Availability
Since FW version 3.0.0
Command Syntax
AT+BUSBIP=<index>,<Modem IP>,<Host IP>,<Subnet Mask>
Response Syntax
+BUSBIP: <index>,< Modem IP >,<Host IP >,<Subnet Mask>
Defined Values
<Index>
1
This is for future use. Must be set to ‘1’ for now
<Modem IP>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
IP address of the modem as seen by the attached host
<Host IP>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
IP address assigned by the modem to the attached host
The IP address is leased for the amount of time specified in +BDHCPL.
<Subnet Mask>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
IP address subnet mask
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BUSBIP?
+BUSBIP:1,"192.168.1.1","192.168.1.2","255.255.255.0"
OK
AT+BUSBIP=1,"192.168.1.1","192.168.1.2","255.255.255.0" OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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16.11 +BIPMTU: IP Interfaces MTU
Description
This command configures the MTU (Maximum Transmit Unit) and MRU (Maximum Receive Unit) of the modem IP
interfaces.
Availability
Since FW version 3.7.3
Command Syntax
AT+BIPMTU=<interface>[,<mtu>,[<mru>]]
Response Syntax
+BIPMTU: <interface>,<mtu>,<mru>
OK
Defined Values
<interface>
0
1
2
3
All interfaces
Ethernet interface (eth0)
USB Interface (usb0)
Local PPP interface (ppp0)
68-1500
Maximum Transmit Unit size in bytes. Default is 1500,
68-1500
Maximum Receive Unit size in bytes. Default is 1500, When not specified, it is set to the same value
as the MTU. Not used for Ethernet and USB interface.
<mtu>
<mru>
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPMTU=1,1460
AT+BIPMTU?
OK
+BIPMTU: 1,1460,1460
+BIPMTU: 2,1500,1500
+BIPMTU: 3,1500,1500
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

This command will only take effect at the next successful WAN connection.

This command should only be used when encountering transmission errors with large packets. The wireless carrier may advise on the most sensible
settings. Sixnet recommends using the same MTU/MRU settings on all the IP interfaces.
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17 IP traffic Management
The following commands are used to configure IP traffic:

+BIPFWD
Port Forwarding Setting ............................................................................................................ 147

+BIPFWDI
Port Forwarding Interface Setting ............................................................................................ 149

+BGREIP
GRE Pass-through to IP Address ............................................................................................... 150

+BDMZIP
DMZ to IP Address .................................................................................................................... 151

+BIPNAT
IP Network Address Translation ............................................................................................... 152

+BGRETUN
GRE Tunnel ................................................................................................................................ 153

+BGREOPT
GRE Tunnel Options .................................................................................................................. 155

+BGREKEY
GRE Tunnel Keys ....................................................................................................................... 156

+BGREMR
GRE Tunnel Multicast Route ..................................................................................................... 157

+BGREDI
GRE Tunnel Diagnostics ............................................................................................................ 158

+BMCASTR
Multicast Router selection ........................................................................................................ 160

+BSROUTE
Static Route ............................................................................................................................... 161
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17.1 +BIPFWD: Port Forwarding Setting
Description
This command allows to forward data packets received on a specific protocol/port to a specified local IP address and
port destination. Up to 20 protocol/port pairs and their destination may be specified.
Availability
Since FW version 1.2.0 (up to 20 ports)
Since FW version 3.8.8 (up to 40 ports)
Command Syntax
AT+BIPFWD=<index>,<transport>,<srcPort>,<dstIP>,<dstPort>
Response Syntax
+BIPFWD: <index>,<transport>,<srcPort>,<dstIP>,<dstPort>
…
OK
Note:
The AT+BIPFWD? command, lists all (20) entries one after the other. Values of all zeros "0" indicate an empty entry.
Defined Values
<Index> Index
1-40
Port forwarding index (limited to 20 with FW < 3.8.8)
<transport> transport protocol
0
1
UDP
TCP
<srcPort>
0-65535
Source Port, receiving port on the modem from which packets will be forwarded to LAN address
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
Destination LAN IP address to which packets will be forwarded
<dstIP>
<dstPort>
1-65535
Note:
Destination Port, to which packets will be forwarded
To clear an entry the following command shall be issued:
AT+BIPFWD=<Index>,<transport>,0
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPFWD=2,1,3389,192.168.0.6,3389
AT+BIPFWD?
OK
+BIPFWD:1,0,69,"192.168.0.4",69
+BIPFWD: 2,1,3389,"192.168.0.6",3389
+BIPFWD: 3,1,22,"192.168.0.7",21
+BIPFWD: 4,0,0,"0.0.0.0",0
+BIPFWD: 5,0,0,"0.0.0.0",0
+BIPFWD: 6,0,0,"0.0.0.0",0
+BIPFWD: 7,0,0,"0.0.0.0",0
+BIPFWD: 8,0,0,"0.0.0.0",0
…
+BIPFWD: 40,0,0,"0.0.0.0",0
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AT+BIPFWD=3,0,0
OK
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The IP port forwarding feature is disabled when IP pass-through is enabled (see +BIPPTE).
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17.2 +BIPFWDI: Port Forwarding Interface Setting
Description
This command allows setting or querying on which interface IP forwarding settings apply. For each port (see
AT+BIPFWD), the interface may be WAN (default), USB or Ethernet.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.8
Command Syntax
AT+BIPFWDI=<index>,<interface>
Response Syntax
+BIPFWDI: <index>,<interface>
…
OK
Defined Values
<Index> Index
1-40
Port forwarding index
<interface>
3
2
1
WAN (default)
USB
Ethernet
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPFWDI=2,1
AT+BIPFWDI?
OK
+BIPFWDI:1,3
+BIPFWD: 2,1
+BIPFWD: 3,3
+BIPFWD: 4,3
+BIPFWD: 5,3
+BIPFWD: 6,3
+BIPFWD: 7,3
+BIPFWD: 8,3
…
+BIPFWD: 40,3
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The IP port forwarding feature is disabled when IP pass-through is enabled (see +BIPPTE).
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17.3 +BGREIP: GRE Pass-through to IP Address
Description
This command sets the GRE (Generic Routing Encapsulation) pass through to forward all GRE traffic to the specified IP
address.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BGREIP=<Action>,<IP address>
Response Syntax
+BGREIP: <Action>,<IP address>
Defined Values
<Action>
0
1
Disable GRE (Default)
Enable GRE
<IP address>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
Private IP on LAN side
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGREIP?
+BGREIP: 1,"192.168.0.30"
OK
+BGREIP: <0-1>,<GRE IP>
OK
OK
AT+BGREIP=?
AT+BGREIP=1,"192.168.0.30"
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

When enabled this command creates the gre0 virtual interface.
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17.4 +BDMZIP: DMZ to IP Address
Description
This command sets DMZ to a dedicated IP. When enabled, all traffic is forwarded to the specified IP address (except
traffic intended for the modem itself and optionally traffic forwarded to specific ports via AT+BIPFWD).
Availability
Since FW version 3.2.0
Command Syntax
AT+BDMZIP=<Action>,<IP address>,<Port forwarding mode>
Response Syntax
Defined Values
<Action>:
0
1
for disabled (default)
for enabled
<IP address>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
DMZ IP address
<Port forwarding mode>
0
1
All ports are forwarded to DMZ except BlueX reserved ports
All ports are forwarded to DMZ except BlueX reserved ports, and Port Forward list (see +BIPFWD)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BDMZIP?
+BDMZIP: 1,"192.168.0.30",1
OK
+BDMZIP: <0-1>,<DMZ IP>,<0-1>
OK
OK
AT+BDMZIP=?
AT+BDMZIP=1,"192.168.0.30",1
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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17.5 +BIPNAT: IP Network Address Translation
Description
This command enables or disables Network Address Translation between LAN and WAN.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
Command Syntax
AT+BIPNAT=<Action>
Response Syntax
+BIPNAT: <Action>
Defined Values
<Action>:
0
1
Disable NAT or NAT is disabled
Enable NAT or NAT is enabled (default)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPNAT?
+BIPNAT: 1
OK
OK
AT+BIPNAT=1
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

This command is taken into affect at the next successful WAN connection.
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17.6 +BGRETUN: GRE Tunnel
Description
This command creates or disables a GRE (Generic Routing Encapsulation) tunnel between the modem and a remote
network entity.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.0
Command Syntax
AT+BGRETUN=<index>,<action>,[<WAN IP>],<local IP/mask>,<remote IP>,<remote Net IP/mask>
Response Syntax
+BGRETUN:<index>,<action>,<WAN IP>,<local IP/mask>,<remote IP>,<remote Net IP/mask>
Defined Values
<index>:
1-10
GRE Tunnel index (interfaces gre1 to gre10)
<action>:
0
1
Disable the GRE tunnel (default)
Enable the GRE tunnel
<WAN IP>:
0.0.0.0
n.n.n.n.n
Use the WAN interface (default)
Reserved for future use
<Local IP/mask>:
n.n.n.n.n/m
Local IP address of the GRE tunnel. The mask (m) parameter can be specified to allow subnet routing.
The default mask value is 24.
<Remote IP>:
n.n.n.n.n
IP address of the remote peer.
<Remote Net IP/mask>:
n.n.n.n.n/m
Remote Net IP address of the GRE tunnel. The mask (m) parameter can be specified to allow subnet
routing. The default mask value is 24.
Examples:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGRETUN=1,1,,10.0.0.2/24,207.206.10.14,10.0.0.1/24
OK
AT+BGRETUN?
+BGRETUN: 1,1,0.0.0.0,
10.0.0.2/24,207.206.10.14,10.0.0.1/24
+BGRETUN:
2,0,0.0.0.0,0.0.0.0/24,0.0.0.0,0.0.0.0/24
…
OK
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Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

Omitted parameters keep their previous value.

Options, keys and multicast static routes can be specified with the +BGREOPT, +BGREKEY and +BGREMR commands.

The following commands restart a GRE tunnel:
AT+BGRETUN=<index>,0
AT+BGRETUN=<index>,1
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17.7 +BGREOPT: GRE Tunnel Options
Description
This command sets GRE tunnel options.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.0
Command Syntax
AT+BGREOPT=<index>,<ttl>,[<multicast>,[<arp>]]
Response Syntax
+BGREOPT: <index>,<ttl>,<multicast>,<arp>
Defined Values
<index>:
1-10
GRE Tunnel index (interfaces gre1 to gre10)
1..255
Define TTL threshold. IP packets with a TTL less than the defined value are dropped. Default is 64.
<ttl>:
<multicast>:
0
1
Disable multicast
Enable multicast (default)
0
1
Disable ARP (default)
Enable ARP
<arp>:
Examples:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGREOPT=1,16,1,0
OK
AT+BGREOPT?
+BGREOPT: 1,16,1,0
+BGREOPT: 2,64,1,0
…
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

Omitted parameters keep their previous value.

The tunnel has to be restarted for the changes to take effect (see +BGRETUN)
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17.8 +BGREKEY: GRE Tunnel Keys
Description
This command allows to specify GRE tunnel input and output keys.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.0
Command Syntax
AT+BGREKEY=<index>,<input key>,[<output key>]
Response Syntax
+BGREKEY: <index>,<input key>,<output key>
Defined Values
<index>:
1-10
GRE Tunnel index (interfaces gre1 to gre10)
<input key>:
n
n.n.n.n
32-bit decimal number.
32-bit number coded in an IP address-like dotted quad.
<output key>:
n
n.n.n.n
32-bit decimal number.
32-bit number coded in an IP address-like dotted quad.
Examples:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGREKEY=1,16895
AT+BGREKEY=2,70151,70152
AT+ BGREKEY?
OK
OK
+BGREKEY: 1,16895,16895
+BGREKEY: 2,70151,70152
…
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

When the <Output key> is not specified, the value of the input key is used for both the input and the output keys.

The tunnel has to be restarted for the changes to take effect (see +BGRETUN)
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17.9 +BGREMR: GRE Tunnel Multicast Route
Description
This command allows specifying GRE tunnel static multicast routes when the modem is using a static multicast router
(see +BMCASTR).
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.0
Command Syntax
AT+BGREMR=<index>,<route index>,<source IP>,<multicast IP>
Response Syntax
+BGREMR: <index>,<route index>,<source IP>,<multicast IP>
Defined Values
<index>:
1-10
GRE Tunnel index (interfaces gre1 to gre10)
<route index>:
1-10
Static multicast route index (up to 10 routes per GRE tunnel)
<source IP>:
n.n.n.n
IP address of the multicast source.
<multicast IP>:
n.n.n.n
Multicast IP address.
Examples:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGREMR=1,1,10.0.0.2,224.1.1.1
AT+BGREMR?
OK
+BGREOPT: 1,1,10.0.0.2,224.1.1.1
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The query form of the command (AT+BGREMR?) only reports non-null routes.

The tunnel has to be restarted for the changes to take effect (see +BGRETUN)
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17.10 +BGREDI: GRE Tunnel Diagnostics
Description
This command is used to report the configuration of one or all the GRE tunnels.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.0
Command Syntax
AT+BGREDI=<index>
AT+BGREDI?
Response Syntax
+BGREDI: "
<GRE configuration report>
"
Defined Values
<index>:
1-10
GRE Tunnel index (interfaces gre1 to gre10)
<GRE configuration report>:
text
Configuration of the specified GRE tunnel or configuration of all the GRE tunnels.
Examples:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGREDI?
+BGREDI:"
Multicast router: none
gre1: disabled
local IP: 0.0.0.0
local net: 0.0.0.0/24
remote IP: 0.0.0.0
remote net: 0.0.0.0/24
TTL: 64
multicast: enabled
arp: disabled
input key:
output key:
ping: disabled
gre2: disabled
…
"
OK
+BGREDI:"
Multicast router: none
gre1: disabled
local IP: 0.0.0.0
local net: 0.0.0.0/24
remote IP: 0.0.0.0
remote net: 0.0.0.0/24
TTL: 64
multicast: enabled
arp: disabled
AT+BGREDI=1
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input key:
output key:
ping: disabled
"
OK
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17.11 +BMCASTR: Multicast Router selection
Description
This command allows to specify a multicast router.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.0
Command Syntax
AT+BMCASTR=<multicast router>
Response Syntax
+BMCASTR=<multicast router>
Defined Values
<multicast router>:
none
static
Modem is not forwarding multicast IP packet
Modem is forwarding multicast IP packets on static multicast routes between a GRE Tunnel and the
Ethernet port (see +BGREMR).
Examples:
Commands
Responses
AT+BMCASTR=static
AT+BMCASTR?
OK
+BMCASTR: static
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

It is advised to restart the modem when the multicast router is changed.
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17.12 +BSROUTE: Static Route
Description
This command allows to specify a number of IP static routes.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.0
Command Syntax
AT+BSROUTE=<index>,<action>,<destination IP/mask>,<gateway IP>,<interface>
Response Syntax
+BSROUTE: <index>,<action>,<destination IP/mask>,<gateway IP>,<interface>
Defined Values
<index>:
1-10
Static route index
<action>:
0
1
Disable the static route (default)
Enable the the static route
<destination IP/mask>:
n.n.n.n.n/m
Destination IP address. The mask (m) parameter can be specified to allow subnet routing. The default
mask value is 24.
<gateway IP>:
n.n.n.n
IP address of the next hop gateway.
<interface>:
eth0
ppp0
usb0
gre0..gre10
Ethernet
WAN (cellular network)
USB Ethernet/RNDIS
GRE Tunnel
Examples:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSROUTE=1,1,10.10.0.0/24,10.0.0.1,gre1
OK
+BSROUTE: 1,1,10.10.0.0/24,10.0.0.1,"gre1"
OK
AT+BSROUTE?
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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18 IP Security
IP security is based on IPSEC and is available on BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series of Sixnet modems with kernel version
2.6.21 #btw04 or above (see ATI1 page 67).
Please note that IP Security requires IP path-through (+BIPPTE page 135) to be disabled.
The following IP security commands allow the configuration of up to 10 IPSEC tunnels into which exchanged data is
encrypted:

+BIPSEN
Enable/Disable an IPSEC tunnel ................................................................................................ 163

+BIPSGA
Define an IPSEC tunnel remote gateway IP address................................................................. 164

+BIPSSN
Define an IPSEC tunnel remote network IP address and mask ................................................ 165

+BIPSLN
Define an IPSEC tunnel local network IP address and mask ..................................................... 166

+BIPSKN
Define an IPSEC tunnel phase 1 negotiation mode .................................................................. 167

+BIPSIL
Define an IPSEC tunnel IKE key lifetime .................................................................................... 168

+BIPSIA
Define an IPSEC tunnel IKE algorithms ..................................................................................... 169

+BIPSPM
Define an IPSEC tunnel phase 2 authentication mode ............................................................. 171

+BIPSPL
Define an IPSEC tunnel key lifetime .......................................................................................... 172

+BIPSPA
Define an IPSEC tunnel encryption algorithms ......................................................................... 173

+BIPSCO
Define an IPSEC tunnel IPSEC compression .............................................................................. 175

+BIPSPS
Define an IPSEC tunnel perfect forward secrecy ...................................................................... 176

+BIPSPSK
Define an IPSEC tunnel private shared key ............................................................................... 177

+BIPSDPD
Define IPSEC Dead Peer Detection ........................................................................................... 178

+BIPSDI?
Request IPSEC tunnels configuration ........................................................................................ 179

+BIPSSA?
Request IPSEC tunnels status.................................................................................................... 182
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18.1 +BIPSEN:
Enable/Disable an IPSEC tunnel
Description
This command enables or disables IPSEC tunnels.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Set:
Query:
AT+BIPSEN=<index>,<mode>
AT+BIPSEN?
Response Syntax
Set:
Query:
OK
+BIPSEN: <index>,<mode>
…
OK
Defined Values
<index>:
1..10
IPSEC tunnel index number.
<mode>:
0
1
Disabled (default)
Enabled
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPSEN?
+BIPSEN:1,0
+BIPSEN:2,0
…
+BIPSEN:10,0
OK
OK
AT+BIPSEN=1,1
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

Make sure the tunnel is correctly configured (using +BIPSDI? page 145) before enabling it.

Enabling an IPSEC tunnel may take a few seconds to complete.
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18.2 +BIPSGA:
IPSEC tunnel remote Gateway IP Address
Description
This command defines the IPSEC tunnels remote gateway IP address (aka. IPSEC router).
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Set:
Query:
AT+BIPSGA=<index>,<IP address>
AT+BIPSGA?
Response Syntax
Set:
Query:
OK
+BIPSGA: <index>,<IP address>
…
OK
Defined Values
<index>:
1..10
IPSEC tunnel index number.
<IP address>:
IP address in quad-dotted decimal
"0.0.0.0"
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
Not configured (default).
IP address. Each nnn number ranges from 0 to 255. Numbers having a leading 0 are interpreted in
octal rather than decimal.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPSGA?
+BIPSGA:1,"0.0.0.0"
+BIPSGA:2,"0.0.0.0"
…
+BIPSGA:10,"0.0.0.0"
AT+BIPSGA=1,"10.10.10.1"
OK
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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18.3 +BIPSSN:
IPSEC tunnel remote Sub-Network IP address and mask
Description
This command defines the IPSEC tunnels remote network IP address and mask (aka right subnet).
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Set:
Query:
AT+BIPSSN=<index>,<subnet IP>,<subnet mask>
AT+BIPSSN?
Response Syntax
Set:
Query:
OK
+BIPSSN: <index>,<subnet IP>,<subnet mask>
OK
Defined Values
<index>:
1..10
IPSEC tunnel index number.
<subnet IP>:
Subnet IP address in quad-dotted decimal
"0.0.0.0"
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
<subnet mask>:
Not configured (default).
Subnet IP address. Each nnn number ranges from 0 to 255. Numbers having a leading 0 are
interpreted in octal rather than decimal.
Subnet mask in quad-dotted decimal
"255.255.255.255"
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
Not configured (default).
Subnet mask. Each nnn number ranges from 0 to 255. Numbers having a leading 0 are interpreted in
octal rather than decimal. Only the sequence of leading bits set to 1 is significant.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPSSN?
+BIPSSN:1,"0.0.0.0","255.255.255.255"
+BIPSSN:2,"0.0.0.0","255.255.255.255"
…
+BIPSSN:10,"0.0.0.0","255.255.255.255"
AT+BIPSSN=1,"10.10.10.0","255.255.255.0"
OK
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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18.4 +BIPSLN:
IPSEC tunnel Local Network IP address and mask
Description
This command defines the IPSEC tunnels local network IP address and mask (aka left subnet).
Note: The local subnet must correspond to a valid subnet defined by either the Ethernet (+BETHIP page 135) or USB
(+BUSPIP page 144) interface settings.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Set:
Query:
AT+BIPSLN=<index>,<subnet IP>,<subnet mask>
AT+BIPSLN?
Response Syntax
Set:
Query:
OK
+BIPSLN: <index>,<subnet IP>,<subnet mask>
OK
Defined Values
<index>:
1..10
IPSEC tunnel index number.
<subnet IP>:
Subnet IP address in quad-dotted decimal
"0.0.0.0"
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
<subnet mask>:
No subnet attached. Only the modem generated traffic is routed through the tunnel (default)
Subnet IP address. Each nnn number ranges from 0 to 255. Numbers having a leading 0 are
interpreted in octal rather than decimal.
Subnet mask in quad-dotted decimal
"0.0.0.0"
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
No subnet attached. Only the modem generated traffic is routed through the tunnel (default)
Subnet mask. Each nnn number ranges from 0 to 255. Numbers having a leading 0 are interpreted in
octal rather than decimal. Only the sequence of leading bits set to 1 is significant.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPSLN?
+BIPSLN:1,"0.0.0.0","0.0.0.0"
+BIPSLN:2,"0.0.0.0","0.0.0.0"
…
+BIPSLN:10,"0.0.0.0","0.0.0.0"
AT+BIPSLN=1,"192.168.0.0","255.255.255.0"
OK
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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18.5 +BIPSKN:
IPSEC tunnel phase 1 Key Negotiation mode
Description
This command defines the IPSEC tunnels phase 1 key negotiation mode.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Set:
Query:
AT+BIPSKN=<index>,<mode>
AT+BIPSKN?
Response Syntax
Set:
Query:
OK
+BIPSKN: <index>,<mode>
…
OK
Defined Values
<index>:
1..10
IPSEC tunnel index number.
<mode>:
0
1
Main mode (default)
Aggressive mode
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPSKN?
+BIPSKN:1,0
+BIPSKN:2,0
…
+BIPSKN:10,0
AT+BIPSKN=1,0
OK
OK
Notes:
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18.6 +BIPSIL: IPSEC tunnel IKE key Lifetime
Description
This command defines the IPSEC tunnels phase 1 IKE key lifetime.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Set:
Query:
AT+BIPSIL=<index>,<lifetime>
AT+BIPSIL?
Response Syntax
Set:
Query:
OK
+BIPSIL: <index>,<lifetime>
…
OK
Defined Values
<index>:
1..10
IPSEC tunnel index number.
<lifetime>:
1..86400
Key lifetime in seconds (default 3600 sec.; i.e. 1 hour)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPSIL?
+BIPSIL:1,3600
+BIPSIL:2,3600
…
+BIPSIL:10,3600
AT+BIPSIL=1,1800
OK
OK
Notes:
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18.7 +BIPSIA: IPSEC tunnel IKE Algorithms
Description
This command defines which Phase 1 IKE algorithms shall be used to establish the IPSEC tunnels.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Set:
Query:
AT+BIPSIA=<index>,<algorithm>
AT+BIPSIA?
Response Syntax
Set:
Query:
OK
+BIPSIA: <index>,<algorithm>
…
OK
Defined Values
<index>:
1..10
IPSEC tunnel index number.
<algorithm>: String (31) with the following formats:
""
"<enc>[-<auth>[-<group>]]"
When set to blank (default), the algorithm is negotiated between the modem and the
remote gateway.
Define which algorithm shall be used, with:
<enc>
Encryption method: see
Table 8.
<auth>
Authentication method: see
Table 9.
<group>
Group: see Table 7.
The -<auth> and -<group> are optional; they are negotiated between the modem and the
remote gateway when not specified.
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Table 5. Supported IKE encryption methods
Algorithm
3DES
AES
Key size
192
128-256
<enc>
3des
aes, aes128, aes192, aes256
Table 6. Supported IKE authentication methods
Algorithm
MD5
SHA1
Key size
128
160
<auth>
md5
sha1
Table 7. Supported IKE groups
Type
Diffie-Hellman
Diffie-Hellman
Diffie-Hellman
Diffie-Hellman
Diffie-Hellman
Diffie-Hellman
Diffie-Hellman
Algorithm
Group2
Group5
Group14
Group15
Group16
Group17
Group18
<group>
modp1024
modp1536
modp2048
modp3072
modp4096
modp6144
modp8192
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPSIA?
+BIPSIA:1,"3des-md5-modp1024"
+BIPSIA:2,""
+BIPSIA:3,""
+BIPSIA:4,""
+BIPSIA:5,""
+BIPSIA:6,""
+BIPSIA:7,""
+BIPSIA:8,""
+BIPSIA:9,""
+BIPSIA:10,""
AT+BIPSIA=1,"3des"
AT+BIPSIA=2,"3des-md5-modp1024"
OK
OK
OK
Notes:
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18.8 +BIPSPM:
IPSEC tunnel Phase 2 authentication Mode
Description
This command defines the IPSEC tunnels phase 2 authentication mode.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Set:
Query:
AT+BIPSPM=<index>,<mode>
AT+BIPSPM?
Response Syntax
Set:
Query:
OK
+BIPSPM: <index>,<mode>
…
OK
Defined Values
<index>:
1..10
IPSEC tunnel index number.
<mode>:
0
1
Encryption (ESP) (default)
Authentication Header (AH)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPSPM?
+BIPSPM:1,0
+BIPSPM:2,0
…
+BIPSPM:10,0
AT+BIPSPM=1,0
OK
OK
Notes:
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18.9 +BIPSPL: IPSEC tunnel Phase 2 key Lifetime
Description
This command defines the IPSEC tunnels phase 2 key lifetime.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Set:
Query:
AT+BIPSPL=<index>,<lifetime>
AT+BIPSPL?
Response Syntax
Set:
Query:
OK
+BIPSPL: <index>,<lifetime>
…
OK
Defined Values
<index>:
1..10
IPSEC tunnel index number.
<lifetime>:
1..86400
Key lifetime in seconds (default 28800 sec.; i.e. 8 hours)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPSPL?
+BIPSPL:1,3600
+BIPSPL:2,28800
…
+BIPSPL:10,28800
AT+BIPSPL=1,3600
OK
OK
Notes:
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18.10 +BIPSPA:
IPSEC tunnel Phase 2 encryption Algorithms
Description
This command defines which Phase 2 encryption algorithms shall be used to establish the IPSEC tunnels.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Set:
Query:
AT+BIPSPA=<index>,<algorithm>
AT+BIPSPA?
Response Syntax
Set:
Query:
OK
+BIPSPA: <index>,<algorithm>
…
OK
Defined Values
<index>:
1..10
IPSEC tunnel index number.
<algorithm>: String (31) with the following formats:
""
When set to blank (default), the algorithm is negotiated between the modem and the
remote gateway.
Define which algorithm shall be used, with:
<enc>
Encryption method: see
"<enc>[-<auth>]"
Table 8.
<auth>
Authentication method: see
Table 9.
The -<auth> is optional; when it is not specified, it is negotiated between the modem and
the remote gateway.
Table 8. Supported encryption methods
Algorithm
3DES
AES
Serpent
Blowfish
Key size
192
128-256
128-256
40-448
<enc>
3des
aes, aes128, aes192, aes256
serpent
blowfish
Table 9. Supported authentication methods
Algorithm
MD5
SHA1
SHA2
Key size
128
160
256
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Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPSSA?
+BIPSPA:1,""
+BIPSPA:2,""
…
+BIPSPA:10,""
AT+BIPSSA=1,"3des"
AT+BIPSSA=2,"aes128-sha1"
OK
OK
OK
Notes:
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18.11 +BIPSCO:
IPSEC tunnel Compression
Description
This command defines whether an IPSEC tunnel shall attempt to use compression.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Set:
Query:
AT+BIPSCO=<index>,<mode>
AT+BIPSCO?
Response Syntax
Set:
Query:
OK
+BIPSCO: <index>,<mode>
…
OK
Defined Values
<index>:
1..10
IPSEC tunnel index number.
<mode>:
0
1
No
Yes, the tunnel will attempt to use compression (default)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPSCO?
+BIPSCO:1,1
+BIPSCO:2,1
…
+BIPSCO:10,1
AT+BIPSCO=1,1
OK
OK
Notes:
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18.12 +BIPSPS:
IPSEC tunnel Perfect Forward Secrecy
Description
This command defines whether an IPSEC tunnel requires Perfect Forward Secrecy.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Set:
Query:
AT+BIPSPS=<index>,<mode>
AT+BIPSPS?
Response Syntax
Set:
Query:
OK
+BIPSPS: <index>,<mode>
…
OK
Defined Values
<index>:
1..10
IPSEC tunnel index number.
<mode>:
0
1
No
Yes, the tunnel will use Perfect Forward Secrecy (default)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPSPS?
+BIPSPS:1,1
+BIPSPS:2,1
…
+BIPSPS:10,1
AT+BIPSPS=1,1
OK
OK
Notes:
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18.13 +BIPSPSK:
IPSEC tunnel Private Shared Key
Description
This command defines the private shared key to use for establishing an IPSEC tunnel.
Note: For security reasons, the configured key is returned as "******" when queried.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Set:
Query:
AT+BIPSPSK=<index>,"<PSK>"
AT+BIPSPSK?
Response Syntax
Set:
Query:
OK
+BIPSPSK: <index>,"******"
…
OK
Defined Values
<index>:
1..10
<PSK>: String (63)
IPSEC tunnel index number.
Private Share Key to use to establish the IPSEC tunnel. It may contain any characters but
commas and semi-columns.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPSPSK?
+BIPSPSK: 1,"******"
+BIPSPSK: 2,"******"
…
+BIPSPSK: 10,"******"
OK
OK
AT+BIPSPSK=1,"myIPSECkey 123 #%"
Notes:
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18.14 +BIPSDPD:
IPSEC Dead Peer Detection
Description
This command defines the parameters of the Dead Peer Detection (RFC 3706) allowing to detect when an IPSEC tunnel
connected peer is not longer reachable.
Availability
Since FW version 3.7.1
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Set:
Query:
AT+BIPSDPD=<index>,<delay>,<timeout>,<action>
AT+BIPSDPD?
Response Syntax
Set:
Query:
OK
+BIPSDPD: <index>,<delay>,<timeout>,<action>
OK
Defined Values
<index>:
1..10
<delay>:
0
1..86400
<timeout>:
0
1..86400
IPSEC tunnel index number.
Delay in seconds between each attempt to detect dead peer (when tunnel is idle)
DPD is disabled
Delay in seconds (default is 30 sec)
Timeout in seconds before assuming a peer is not longer connected.
DPD is disabled
Delay in seconds (default is 120 sec)
<action>:
Action to undertake when a dead peer is detected:
hold
restart
clear
Example:
Re-establish tunnel whenever the modem has traffic to send (default)
Restart the tunnel
Destroy the tunnel
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPSDPD?
+BIPSDPD:1,30,120,hold
+BIPSDPD:2,30,120,hold
…
+BIPSDPD:10,30,120,hold
OK
OK
AT+BIPSDPD=1,60,120,restart
Notes:
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18.15 +BIPSDI: IPSEC tunnels configuration
Description
This command shows the configuration of one or all the IPSEC tunnels. The complete configuration (except the private
shared key) is returned.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Query:
AT+BIPSDI?
AT+BIPSDI=<index>
Response Syntax
Query:
+BIPSDI: <index>,"
IPSec: <Tunnel Enabled/Disabled>
Gateway: <Gateway IP>
Remote subnet: <Remote subnet>
Local subnet: <Local subnet>
IKE Mode: <IKE Mode>
IKE Key Lifetime: <IKE key lifetime>
IKE Algorithm: <IKE algorithms>
Phase 2 Auth Mode: <Phase 2 auth.>
Phase 2 Key Lifetime: <Phase 2 key lifetime>
Phase 2 Algorithm: <Phase 2 algorithms>
IPSec compression: <IPSEC comp.>
Perfect Forward Secrecy: <Forward Secrecy >
DPD delay: <DPD delay>
DPD timeout: <DPD timeout>
DPD action: <DPD action>"
OK
Defined Values
<index>:
1..10
IPSEC tunnel index number.
<Tunnel Enabled/Disabled>:
Enabled
Disabled
<Gateway IP>:
<Remote subnet>:
<Local subnet>:
<IKE mode>:
<IKE key lifetime>:
<IKE algorithms>:
<Phase 2 auth.>:
The tunnel is enabled (see +BIPSEN)
The tunnel is not enabled (see +BIPSEN)
IP address of the remote IPSEC gateway as configured with AT+BIPSGA
Remote subnet IP address and CIDR mask as configured with AT+BIPSSN
Local subnet IP address and CIDR mask as configured with AT+BIPSLN. This line may not
appear if a specific subnet has not been configured for this tunnel. In that case the LAN
Ethernet IP address and mask is used (see AT+BETHIP).
Phase 1 negotiation mode as configured with AT+BIPSKN
Phase 1 IKE key lifetime as configured with AT+BIPSIL
Phase 1 IKE algorithms as configured with AT+BIPSIA
Phase 2 authentication mode as configured with AT+BIPSPM
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<Phase 2 key lifetime>:
<Phase 2 algorithms>:
<IPSEC comp.>:
<Forward secrecy>:
<DPD delay>:
<DPD timeout>:
<DPD action>:
Phase 2 key lifetime as configured with AT+BIPSPL
Phase 2 algorithms as configured with AT+BIPSPA
IPSEC compression mode as configured with AT+BIPSCO
IPSEC perfect forward secrecy mode as configured with AT+BIPSPS
Delay in seconds between each attempt to detect dead peer (when tunnel is idle),
configured with AT+BIPSDPD
Timeout in seconds before assuming a peer is not longer connected, configured with
AT+BIPSDPD
Action to undertake when a dead peer is detected, configured with AT+BIPSDPD
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPSDI?
+BIPSDI:1,”
IPSec: Enabled
Gateway: 66.201.210.204
Remote subnet: 172.14.14.0/24
Local subnet: 10.0.0.0/24
IKE Mode: Main
IKE Key Lifetime: 3600s
IKE Algorithm: aes128-sha1;modp1024
Phase 2 Auth Mode: ESP
Phase 2 Key Lifetime: 28800s
Phase 2 Algorithm: aes128-sha1
IPSec compression: Enabled
Perfect Forward Secrecy: Yes
DPD delay: 30s
DPD timeout: 120s
DPD action: hold
”
…
+BIPSDI:10,"
IPSec: Disabled
Gateway: 0.0.0.0
Remote subnet: 0.0.0.0/32
IKE Mode: Main
IKE Key Lifetime: 3600s
IKE Algorithm:
Phase 2 Auth Mode: ESP
Phase 2 Key Lifetime: 28800s
Phase 2 Algorithm:
IPsec compression: Enabled
Perfect Forward Secrecy: Yes
DPD delay: 30s
DPD timeout: 120s
DPD action: hold
"
AT+BIPSDI=1
OK
+BIPSDI:1,”
IPSec: Enabled
Gateway: 66.201.210.204
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Remote subnet: 172.14.14.0/24
Local subnet: 10.0.0.0/24
IKE Mode: Main
IKE Key Lifetime: 3600s
IKE Algorithm: aes128-sha1;modp1024
Phase 2 Auth Mode: ESP
Phase 2 Key Lifetime: 28800s
Phase 2 Algorithm: aes128-sha1
IPSec compression: Enabled
Perfect Forward Secrecy: Yes
DPD delay: 30s
DPD timeout: 120s
DPD action: hold
"
OK
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18.16 +BIPSSA IPSEC tunnels status
Description
This command shows the status of all the IPSEC tunnels.
Each tunnel is named "btw" followed by its index number: "btw1", "btw2", …
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Query:
AT+BIPSSA?
Response Syntax
Query:
+BIPSSA: " …
"
OK
Defined Values
N/A
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPSSA?
+BIPSSA:"
ipsec auto: warning: obsolete command syntax used
… [SNIP]
000 #2: "btw1":500 STATE_QUICK_I2 (sent QI2, IPsec SA established);
EVENT_SA_REPLACE in 27526s; newest IPSEC; eroute owner
000 #2: "btw1" [email protected] [email protected]
[email protected] [email protected]
000 #1: "btw1":500 STATE_MAIN_I4 (ISAKMP SA established); EVENT_SA_REPLACE
in 2482s; newest ISAKMP; lastdpd=-1s(seq in:0 out:0)
000
”
OK
+BIPSSA:"
ipsec auto: warning: obsolete command syntax used
whack: Pluto is not running (no "/var/run/pluto/pluto.ctl")
"
OK
AT+BIPSSA?
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19 Access Control Lists (ACL)
Access Control Lists (ACL) allow the restriction of unauthorized users from accessing the modem.
The following ACL commands can be used to prevent incoming unauthorized IP traffic (received from the WAN interface)
from utilizing the services in the Sixnet modem and from communicating with devices attached to the modem’s
interfaces:

+BIPACE
Enable/Disable ACL ................................................................................................................... 184

+BIPACL
Define WAN ACL ....................................................................................................................... 185
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19.1 +BIPACE:
Enable/Disable ACL
Description
This command enables or disables ACL.
Notes:
Make sure the authorized accesses are correctly configured (using +BIPACL? page 184) before enabling it.
Enabling ACL without having correctly configured authorized accesses may prevent further WAN access to the modem.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Set:
Query:
AT+BIPACE=<mode>
AT+BIPACE?
Response Syntax
Set:
Query:
OK
+BIPACE: <mode>
…
OK
Defined Values
<mode>:
0
1
Disabled (default)
Enabled
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPACE?
+BIPACE: 0
OK
OK
AT+BIPACE=1
Notes:
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
This command will only take effect at the next successful WAN connection.
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19.2 +BIPACL:
WAN ACL
Description
This command defines the WAN Access Control Lists (ACL). The WAN ACL restrict access to the modem and its interfaces
from the WAN interface. When ACL is enabled (see +BIPACE page 184), access from the WAN interface is restricted to
the rules defined by the +BIPACL command.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.2
BT-5000v2 and BT-6000 series only
Command Syntax
Set:
AT+BIPACL=<index>,<subnet IP>,<subnet mask>,<ports>,<protocol>
Query:
AT+BIPACL?
Note: The query only report configured rules.
Response Syntax
Set:
Query:
OK
+BIPACL: <index>,<subnet IP>,<subnet mask>,<ports>,<protocol>
…
OK
Defined Values
<index>:
1..10
ACL rule index number.
<subnet IP>:
Authorized subnet IP address in quad-dotted decimal
"0.0.0.0"
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
<subnet mask>:
Not configured (default).
IP address. Each nnn number ranges from 0 to 255. Numbers having a leading 0 are interpreted in
octal rather than decimal.
Subnet mask in quad-dotted decimal
"0.0.0.0"
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
No subnet attached. Only the modem generated traffic is routed through the tunnel (default)
Subnet mask. Each nnn number ranges from 0 to 255. Numbers having a leading 0 are interpreted in
octal rather than decimal. Only the sequence of leading bits set to 1 is significant.
The <subnet IP> and <subnet mask> define a range of authorized hosts IP addresses.
<ports>:
""
"n-m"
"n|m"
List of authorized ports separated by |. Ranges can be specified with the a -. Each port is an
integer number from 1 to 65365. Up to 15 ports can be specified, a range counting for two
ports.
When empty (default), all ports are authorized for the given subnet.
Range of authorized port numbers from n to m.
Port n and port m are authorized.
<protocol>: Authorized protocols:
0
1
2
UDP
TCP
UDP and TCP
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Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIPACL?
+BIPACL: 10,"205.205.17.64","255.255.255.240","",2
OK
AT+BIPACL=1,"64.65.10.0","255.255.255.0","21-23|5070-5071|6070",1
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

This command will only take effect at the next successful WAN connection.

By default rule 10 is configured with Sixnet’s network IP range, providing Sixnet support access to your modem in case you forget to provide access to
yourself (i.e. lock yourself out). This rule can be removed, but Sixnet support will be unable to remotely aid in troubleshooting.
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20 Serial-IP Configuration
The following commands are used to monitor the wireless network status:

+BSIPDS
Serial-IP remote Destination Settings ....................................................................................... 188

+BSIPDMO
Serial-IP remote Destination Mobile Originated ...................................................................... 189

+BSIPLS
Serial-IP Listening Servers ......................................................................................................... 190

+BSIPSV
Serial-IP Server Settings ............................................................................................................ 191

+BSIPSE
Listening Server Enable ............................................................................................................. 192

+BSIPFB
Serial-IP Flush on Byte Count .................................................................................................... 193

+BSIPFS
Serial IP Flush on Byte Sequence .............................................................................................. 194

+BSIPFC
Serial-IP Flush on Special Character .......................................................................................... 195

+BSIPFT
Serial-IP Flush on Timeout ........................................................................................................ 196

+BSIPIT
Serial-IP Inactivity Timer ........................................................................................................... 197

+BSIPDI
Serial-IP Connection Diagnostics .............................................................................................. 198

+BSIPSA
Serial-IP Connection Status ....................................................................................................... 199
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20.1 +BSIPDS: Serial-IP remote Destination Settings
Description
This command sets Serial-IP destinations IP addresses, ports and protocols. The modem supports up to two different
destinations.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BSIPDS=<destination number>,<server IP or Domain Name >,<server port number>,<server port type>
Response Syntax
+BSIPDS: <destination number>,<server IP>,<server port number>,<server port type>
Defined Values
<destination number>
1-2
destination number
<server IP>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nn"n
Server IP address or Domain Name (default "0.0.0.0")
<server port number>
0
1–65535
Not configured
Server port number (default 8888)
<server port type>
0
1
Example:
UDP
TCP (default)
Commands
Responses
AT+BSIPDS?
+BSIPDS: 1,"0.0.0.0",0,0
+BSIPDS: 2,"0.0.0.0",0,0
OK
OK
AT+BSIPDS=1,"204.101.80.1",6666,1
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

When an active session is established with a Serial IP Listening server (see AT +BSIPSV and +BSIPSE or +BSIPLS) or with the on-demand SIP client (see AT D),
the SIP destinations are disabled (FW version 3.4.7 and after).
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20.2 +BSIPDMO: Serial-IP remote Destination Mobile Originated
Description
This command sets the Serial-IP destinations Mobile Originated parameters for each of the two destinations. The
parameters currently consist of a timer. When the timer is set, the modem will enable TCP keep-alive or send periodic
empty UDP packet to keep the connection with the Serial-IP server open.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BSIPDMO=<destination number>,<timer>
Response Syntax
+BSIPDMO: <destination number>,<timer>
Defined Values
<destination number>
1-2
Serial IP destination number (Cf. AT+BSIPDS)
0
1–432000
No keep-alive (default)
Time in seconds at which keep-alive empty UDP packets (when destination is configured for UDP) are
sent or TCP keep-alive timer (when configured for TCP).
<timer>
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSIPDMO?
+BSIPDMO: 1,0
+BSIPDMO: 2,0
OK
OK
AT+BSIPDMO=1,30
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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20.3 +BSIPLS: Serial-IP Listening Servers
Description
This command configures the modem Serial IP listening servers.
Availability
Since FW version 3.7.0
Command Syntax
AT+BSIPLS=<index>,<port>,<protocol>,<Inactivity timer>
Response Syntax
+BSIPLS: 1,<port>,<protocol>,<inactivity timer>
+BSIPLS: 2,<port>,<protocol>,<inactivity timer>
Defined Values
<index>
1-2
Listening server index
1-65535
Listening port number
(reserved ports – tcp:20, tcp:21, tcp:23, tcp:5070, tcp:6070, tcp:9999 - cannot be used)
<port>
<protocol>
0
1
UDP
TCP (default)
<inactivity timer>
0
1-432000
Use the value defined in +BSIPIT
seconds (default is 15 seconds) after which an idle connection is terminated.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSIPLS?
+BSIPLS: 1,0,1
+BSIPLS: 2,0,1
OK
OK
AT+BSIPLS=1,6666,1
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

In order for the firewall to be configured with the listening servers settings, the configuration needs to be saved and the connection re-established
(modem reset or disconnect/connect cycle).
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20.4 +BSIPSV: Serial-IP Server Settings
Description
This command sets the listening port and protocol of the Serial-IP listening server.
Availability
Since FW version 1.2.0 – DEPRECATED.
Command Syntax
AT+BSIPSV=<modem listening port number>,<modem listening port type>
Response Syntax
+BSIPSV: <modem listening port number>,<modem listening port type>
Defined Values
<modem listening port number>
1-65535
Listening port number
(reserved ports – tcp:20, tcp:21, tcp:23, tcp:5070, tcp:6070, tcp:9999 - cannot be used)
<modem listening port type>
0
UDP
1
TCP (default)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSIPSV?
+BSIPSV: 0,0
OK
OK
AT+BSIPSV=6666,1

Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

This command is being deprecated and has been replaced by +BSIPLS. It configures the SIP listening server #1 configured with AT+BSIPLS=1,…
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20.5 +BSIPSE: Listening Server Enable
Description
This command is used to enable the SIP listening server in AT command mode.
Note: This command is being deprecated and has been replaced by +BSIPLS. It enables the SIP listening server #1
configured with AT+BSIPLS=1.
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.5 – DEPRECATED.
Command Syntax
AT+BSIPSE=<value>
Response Syntax
+BSIPSE: <value>
Defined Values
<value >
0
1
Disable (default)
Enable
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSIPSE?
+BSIPSE: 0
OK
OK
AT+BSIPSE=1
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

This command is being deprecated and has been replaced by +BSIPLS. When the listening server #1 has a valid port number (as configured with
AT+BSIPLS=1), the listening server is enabled.
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20.6 +BSIPFB: Serial-IP Flush on Byte Count
Description
Sets the maximum number of received data bytes to wait for before the modem assembles and forwards a serial data
packet.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BSIPFB=<maximum byte count>
Response Syntax
+BSIPFB: <maximum byte count>
Defined Values
<maximum byte count>
0
1-4096
Send each data packet independently of the number of received bytes.
Send after the specified number of bytes are received from the serial device (default = 1024).
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSIPFB?
+BSIPFB: 0
OK
OK
AT+BSIPFB=128
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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20.7 +BSIPFS: Serial IP Flush on Byte Sequence
Description
This command sets the sequence of bytes upon which the modem assembles and forwards an IP packet with the Serial
Data. When the specified sequence of up to 12 bytes is received on the serial port, the assembled IP packet, including
the specified sequence of bytes, is sent.
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.5
Command Syntax
AT+BSIPFS=<Hexadecimal string>
Response Syntax
+BSIPFS: <Hexadecimal string>
Defined Values
<Hexadecimal string>
String
Note:
0-24 hexadecimal (0-9A-F) characters (each byte being coded with two characters, the string must have an
even number of characters)
An empty string ("") disables the feature.
Example:
Commands
AT+BSIPFS?
AT+BSIPFS=30FFEE
Responses
+BSIPFS: 30ffee
OK
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

A packet is always sent when it reaches the standard MTU (Maximum Transmit Unit) size.

This command replaces the +BSIPFC command.
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20.8 +BSIPFC: Serial-IP Flush on Special Character
Description
This command sets the framing character to wait for before the modem assembles and forwards a serial data packet.
When the specified byte is received on the serial port, the assembled IP packet, including the specified byte, is sent.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1 – DEPRECATED.
Deprecated
As of version 2.0.6, replaced by AT+BSIPFS. This command is still currently supported for backwards compatibility with
legacy code.
Command Syntax
AT+BSIPFC=<framing char>
Response Syntax
+BSIPFC: <framing char>
Defined Values
<framing char>
0–255
256
Flush upon reception of this framing character (byte value in decimal)
Disable the Serial-IP Flush on Special Character feature (default)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSIPFC?
+BSIPFC: 256
OK
OK
AT+BSIPFC=13
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

A packet is always sent when it reaches the standard MTU (Maximum Transmit Unit) size.

This command has been deprecated; the +BSIPFS command shall be used instead.
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20.9 +BSIPFT: Serial-IP Flush on Timeout
Description
This command sets the inter-character timeout to wait for before the modem assembles and forwards a serial data
packet.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Note:
Note:
Prior to FW 2.0.6, the defined values were in multiples of 100 ms.
Prior to FW 3.6.1, the default value was 1ms.
Command Syntax
AT+BSIPFT=<timeout_ms>
Response Syntax
+BSIPFT: <timeout_ms>
Defined Values
<timeout_ms>
0
1–65535
Disable the Serial-IP Flush on Timeout feature
Send the IP packet when the specified delay in milliseconds elapses after the last character was
received from the serial device (default=15ms).
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSIPFT?
+BSIPFT: 10
OK
OK
AT+BSIPFT=1
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

A packet is always sent when it reaches the standard MTU (Maximum Transmit Unit) size.
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20.10 +BSIPIT: Serial-IP Inactivity Timer
Description
This command sets the Serial-IP server’s inactivity timer. This inactivity timer is only used when the modem is in Serial-IP
mode. If the timer expires while there is no traffic on the serial port, the connection to the Serial-IP server or destination
gets released.
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.6
Command Syntax
AT+BSIPIT=<Delay_s>
Response Syntax
+BSIPIT: <Delay_s>
Defined Values
<Delay_s>
0
1-432000
disable
seconds (default is 15 seconds)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSIPIT?
+BSIPIT: 30
OK
OK
AT+BSIPIT=30
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

Since FW 3.7.2, the serial-IP inactivity timer is also used to close inactive SIP destinations.
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20.11 +BSIPDI: Serial-IP Connection Diagnostics
Description
This command returns diagnostic information on the Serial IP connections.
Availability
Since FW version 3.7.2
Command Syntax
AT+BSIPDI?
Response Syntax
+BSIPDI: "<connection>","<state>","<timestamp>","<duration>","<IP_to_serial>,<serial_to_IP>
…
OK
Defined Values
<connection>
SERVER 1
SERVER 2
CLIENT 1
CLIENT 2
ON_DEMAND
Serial IP Listening Server #1 (AT+BSIPLS)
Serial IP Listening Server #2 (AT+BSIPLS)
Serial IP Destination #1 (AT+BSIPDS)
Serial IP Destination #2 (AT+BSIPDS)
Serial IP on-demand (ATDT)
Connected
Accepted
Listening
Not connected
The connection is established
The connection is being established
Waiting for an incoming connection
The connection is not established
<state>
<timestamp>
YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Time at which the connection was established
<duration>
String
Duration of the connection in days, hours, minutes and seconds
<IP to Serial>
Integer
Number of bytes transferred from IP packets to the serial port since the connection was established.
<Serial to IP>
Integer
Example:
Number of bytes transferred from the serial port to IP packets since the connection was established.
Commands
Responses
AT+BSIPDI?
+BSIPDI:
+BSIPDI:
+BSIPDI:
+BSIPDI:
+BSIPDI:
"SERVER 1","Not Connected","","0 s",0,0
"SERVER 2","Not Connected","","0 s",0,0
"CLIENT 1","Not Connected","","0 s",0,0
"CLIENT 2","Not Connected","","0 s",0,0
"ON_DEMAND","Not Connected","","0 s",0,0
OK
Notes:

This command is equivalent to AT+BSIPSA but with a different format.
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20.12 +BSIPSA: Serial-IP Connection Status
Description
This command returns status information on the Serial IP connections.
Availability
Since FW version 3.7.2
Command Syntax
AT+BSIPSA?
Response Syntax
+BSIPSA:
<connection>:
State: <state>
Time: <timestamp>
Duration: <duration>
IP -> Serial:<IP_to_serial>
Serial->IP:<serial_to_IP>
…
OK
Defined Values
<connection>
SERVER 1
SERVER 2
CLIENT 1
CLIENT 2
ON_DEMAND
Serial IP Listening Server #1 (AT+BSIPLS)
Serial IP Listening Server #2 (AT+BSIPLS)
Serial IP Destination #1 (AT+BSIPDS)
Serial IP Destination #2 (AT+BSIPDS)
Serial IP on-demand (ATDT)
Connected
Accepted
Listening
Not connected
The connection is established
The connection is being established
Waiting for an incoming connection
The connection is not established
<state>
<timestamp>
YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS Time at which the connection was established
<duration>
String
Duration of the connection in days, hours, minutes and seconds
<IP to Serial>
Integer
Number of bytes transferred from IP packets to the serial port since the connection was established.
<Serial to IP>
Integer
Number of bytes transferred from the serial port to IP packets since the connection was established.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSIPSA?
+BSIPSA:
SERVER 1:
State: Not Connected
Time:
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Duration: 0 s
IP->Serial:0
Serial->IP:0
SERVER 2:
State: Not Connected
Time:
Duration: 0 s
IP->Serial:0
Serial->IP:0
CLIENT 1:
State: Not Connected
Time:
Duration: 0 s
IP->Serial:0
Serial->IP:0
CLIENT 2:
State: Not Connected
Time:
Duration: 0 s
IP->Serial:0
Serial->IP:0
ON_DEMAND:
State: Not Connected
Time:
Duration: 0 s
IP->Serial:0
Serial->IP:0
OK
Notes:

This command is equivalent to AT+BSIPDI but with a different format.
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20.13 +BSIPNEG: Set up Telnet negotiation and configure for Serial-IP connection
Description
This command sets how some options negotiations will be performed with a TELNET client, and connection to a Cisco
console port.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.13
Command Syntax
AT+BSIPNEG=<TelnetNego>, <CiscoAPH>
Response Syntax
+BSIPNEG: 3, 1
Defined Values
<TelnetNego>
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
<CiscoAPH>
0
1
Disabled: No TELNET options negotiation are performed. (default)
Basic: Common TELNET options negotiation are performed.
Basic + drop LF: Linefeed characters (x'0A) are dropped.
Basic + drop LF & NUL (Cisco Preferred): LF and NUL (x'00) characters are dropped.
Basic + drop LF & NUL/HIGH: LF, NUL and any characters > x'7F are dropped.
Basic + drop CR: Carriage return characters (x'0D) are dropped.
Basic + drop CR & NUL: CR and NUL (x'00) characters are dropped.
Basic + drop CR & NUL/HIGH: CR, NUL (x’00) and any characters > x'7F are dropped.
Disabled: (default)
Enable the CISCO APH: Upon network disconnect, send “exit” commands to the serial port.
NOTE: Recommended setting is 1 when connecting to a Cisco console port.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSIPNEG?
+BSIPNEG: 3,1
OK
OK
AT+BSIPNEG=3,1
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21 GPS Configuration
The following commands are used to monitor the wireless network status:

+BGPSID
GPS TAIP Vehicle ID ................................................................................................................... 203

+BGPSDS
GPS Destination Server ............................................................................................................. 204

+BGPSPR
GPS Protocol Selection.............................................................................................................. 205

+BGPSTP
GPS TAIP Raw Command .......................................................................................................... 206

+BGPSNM
GPS NMEA Packet Selection Command .................................................................................... 207

+BGPSRP
GPS Reporting Parameters ....................................................................................................... 208

+BGPSRD
GPS Enable Reporting ............................................................................................................... 210

+BGPSSM
GPS Safe Mode Serial Port Control ........................................................................................... 211

+BGPSSV
GPS Server Enable ..................................................................................................................... 212

+BGPSOE
Enable GPS Odometer Feature ................................................................................................. 213

+BGPSOD
GPS Odometer .......................................................................................................................... 214

+BGPSGT
Query the GPS Reporting Data ................................................................................................. 215

+BGPSDT
Synchronize Modem Date/Time with GPS time ....................................................................... 216

+BGPSLOG
Log Received GPS Position (Diagnostics) .................................................................................. 217

+BGPSELV
GPS Elevation Angle Mask Configuration ................................................................................. 218

+BGPSFIL
GPS Optimized Filter Configuration .......................................................................................... 219

+BGPSKAL
GPS Kalman Filter Configuration............................................................................................... 221
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21.1 +BGPSID: GPS TAIP Vehicle ID
Description
This command sets the vehicle ID into the GPS receiver for TAIP reported messages.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSID=<vehicle id>
Response Syntax
+BGPSID: <vehicle id>
Defined Values
<vehicle id>
String of 4 alphanumeric characters or empty string.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSID?
+BGPSID: V123
OK
OK
AT+BGPSID=Z9X3
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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21.2 +BGPSDS: GPS Destination Server
Description
This command sets the GPS destination IP addresses, ports and protocols. The modem supports up to two different
destinations, the second being optional.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSDS=<destination number>,<server IP or Domain Name >,<server port number>,<server port type>
Response Syntax
+BGPSDS: <destination number>,<server IP or Domain Name >,<server port number>,<server port type>
Defined Values
<destination number>
1-2
Destination number
<server IP>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
Server IP address or Domain Name (default "0.0.0.0")
<server port number>
0
1–65535
Not configured (default)
Server port number
<server port type>
0
1
UDP
TCP (default)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSDS?
+BGPSDS: 1,"204.38.44.123",0,1212
+BGPSDS: 2,"0.0.0.0",0,0
OK
OK
AT+BGPSDS=1,"204.101.80.1",6666,1
Notes:

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21.3 +BGPSPR: GPS Protocol Selection
Description
This command sets the GPS protocol to be used along with the associated acquisition and reporting timers. The
acquisition timer controls the frequency at which GPS fixes are stored. The reporting timer controls the frequency of
reporting the stored GPS fixes.
When the reporting timer is the same as the acquisition one, GPS fixes are reported as they are acquired and do not get
stored. When the reporting timer is larger than the acquisition timer, then acquired fixes are temporarily stored into
memory until it is time to report them.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSPR=<protocol type>,<Acquisition timer>,<Reporting timer>
Response Syntax
+BGPSPR: <protocol type>,<Acquisition timer>,<Reporting timer>
Defined Values
<Protocol type>
1
2
NMEA (default)
TAIP
<Acquisition timer>
1-255
1-3600
NMEA acquisition frequency in seconds (Default 1s)
TAIP unused value. The acquisition frequency is set in the +BGPSTP command.
<Reporting timer>
1-65535
Reporting frequency in seconds for sending the acquired fixes. The reporting timer needs to
be greater or equal than the Acquisition timer. The default NMEA reporting frequency is 3s.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSPR?
+BGPSPR: 1,10,60
OK
Note: Acquire NMEA every 10s, report every 60s
OK
OK
AT+BGPSPR=2,2,1800
AT+BGPSPR=1,1,3600
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

Since FW version 3.8.4, the AT+BGPSRP command allows to select a specific reporting time per GPS destination.
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21.4 +BGPSTP: GPS TAIP Raw Command
Description
This command configures the TAIP mode behavior of the GPS module. The given TAIP command is passed unchanged to
the GPS module, please refer to documentation from Trimble to correctly program the GPS module. This command has
no effect unless the GPS protocol is set to TAIP (see AT+BGPSPR).
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSTP=<TAIP command>
Response Syntax
+BGPSTP: <TAIP command>
Defined Values
<TAIP command>
String
TAIP command string enclosed in quotes and including the TAIP > and < characters.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSTP?
+BGPSTP: ">DPV0060000505000600<"
OK
OK
AT+BGPSTP=">DPV0060000505000600<"
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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21.5 +BGPSNM: GPS NMEA Packet Selection Command
Description
This command selects which NMEA sentences have to be sent to the GPS destinations (BEP, IP1, IP2 and Serial). It allows
any combination of the supported packets:
1- RMC
2- GGA
3- GLL
4- GSA
5- GSV
6- VTG
7- ZDA
A blank value is not allowed, at least one packet must be specified.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Deprecated in favor of AT+BGPSRP since FW 3.8.4
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSNM="<Comma-separated packets list>"
Response Syntax
+BGPSNM: "<Comma-separated packets list >"
Defined Values
<Comma-separated packets list>
String
List of NMEA packets to report amongst RMC, GGA, GLL, GSA, GSV, VTG and ZDA. The
modem default is "RMC"
"ALL"
A value of ALL automatically selects all of the possible packets to be reported.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSNM?
+BGPSNM: "GGA,VTG,ZDA"
OK
OK
+BGPSNM: "RMC,GGA,GLL,GSA,GSV,VTG,ZDA"
OK
AT+BGPSNM="ALL"
AT+BGPSNM?
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

Since FW version 3.8.4, the AT+BGPSRP command allows to select specific NMEA sentences per GPS destination.

Most GPS applications use the "CGA, VTG" or "RMC" NMEA packets.
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21.6 +BGPSRP: GPS Reporting Parameters
Description
This command configures each GPS destination (Serial, IP 1 and IP2) with a specific reporting timer and specific NMEA
sentences.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.4
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSRP=<GPS destination>,<Reporting Timer>[,"<NMEA sentences list>"]
Response Syntax
+BGPSRP: 0,<Reporting Timer>,"< NMEA sentences list >"
+BGPSRP: 1,<Reporting Timer>,"< NMEA sentences list >"
+BGPSRP: 2,<Reporting Timer>,"< NMEA sentences list >"
+BGPSRP: 3,<Reporting Timer>,"< NMEA sentences list >"
Defined Values
<GPS destination>:
0
1
2
3
BEP GPn payload (AT+BEVRPR)
IP 1 destination (defined in AT+BGPSDS)
IP 2 destination (defined in AT+BGPSDS)
Serial port
<Reporting Timer>:
1-65535
Reporting frequency in seconds for sending GPS data to the GPS destination.
<NMEA sentences list>
String
List of NMEA sentences to report amongst RMC, GGA, GLL, GSA, GSV, VTG and ZDA. The modem
default is "RMC"
A value of ALL automatically selects all of the possible packets to be reported.
"ALL"
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSRP?
+BGPSRP:
+BGPSRP:
+BGPSRP:
+BGPSRP:
OK
OK
+BGPSRP:
+BGPSRP:
+BGPSRP:
+BGPSRP:
OK
AT+BGPRP=2,120,"ALL"
AT+BGPSRP?
0,3,"RMC"
1,30,"RMC-GGA-GLL"
2,300,"RMC"
3,10,"RMC"
0,3,"RMC"
1,30,"RMC-GGA-GLL"
2,120,"RMC-GGA-GLL-GSA-GSV-VTG-ZDA"
3,10,"RMC "
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Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The AT+BGPSPR sets the reporting timer of all GPS destinations (for backward compatibility). Please use AT+BGPSRP after AT+BGPSPR to set specific values
per destination.

The AT+BGPSNM sets the NMEA sentence mask of all GPS destinations (for backward compatibility). Please use AT+BGPSRP instead to set specific values
per destination.

Most GPS applications use the "CGA, VTG" or "RMC" NMEA packets.
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21.7 +BGPSRD: GPS Enable Reporting
Description
This command select which GPS destinations (IP1, IP2 or serial) shall be activated.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSRD=<value>
Response Syntax
+BGPSRD: 0
OK
Defined Values
<value>
IP 1
IP 2
Serial
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Do not report
Report
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSRD?
+BGPSRD: 0
OK
+BGPSRD: <0-8>
OK
OK
AT+BGPSRD=?
AT+BGPSRD=2
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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21.8 +BGPSSM: GPS Safe Mode Serial Port Control
Description
This command enables or disables the GPS data reporting to the serial port without affecting the modem’s configuration
profiles. It has effect only if modem is in Safe Mode (i.e. connected to BVDM via the serial port), otherwise it returns
ERROR.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSSM=<value>
Response Syntax
+BGPSSM: 0
OK
Defined Values
<value>
0
1
Disable reporting on serial port (default)
Enable reporting on serial port
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSSM?
+BGPSSM: 0
OK
+BGPSSM: (0 - 1)
OK
OK
AT+BGPSSM=?
AT+BGPSSM=1
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21.9 +BGPSSV: GPS Server Enable
Description
Enable or disable a modem GPS server allowing a client application to get GPS data from the modem.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.4
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSSV=<value>
Response Syntax
+BGPSSV: 0
OK
Defined Values
<value>
0
1
Disable reporting (default)
Enable reporting
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSSV?
+BGPSSV: 0
OK
+BGPSSV: (0 - 1)
OK
OK
AT+BGPSSV=?
AT+BGPSSV=1
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The GPS server, when enabled is using TCP/IP on port 9999.

The modem needs to be restarted for the change to take effect.
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21.10 +BGPSOE: Enable GPS Odometer Feature
Description
This command enables or disables the GPS odometer (distance traveled) feature.
Note: The GPS odometer is updated from information acquired from the GPS module. It requires the GPS module to be
programmed either with the NMEA protocol or the TAIP protocol (see AT+BGPSPR). For the TAIP protocol, the TAIP RV
message must be programmed (see +BGPSTP).
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.6
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSOE=<value>
Response Syntax
+BGPSOE: 0
OK
Defined Values
<Value>
0
1
Disable (default)
Enable
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSOE?
+BGPSOE: 0
OK
+BGPSOE: <0-1>
OK
OK
AT+BGPSOE=?
AT+BGPSOE=1
Notes:
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This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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21.11 +BGPSOD: GPS Odometer
Description
This command sets or resets the distance traveled and to query the current value.
Note: The GPS odometer is updated from information acquired from the GPS module. It requires the GPS module to be
programmed either with the NMEA protocol or the TAIP protocol (see AT+BGPSPR). For the TAIP protocol, the TAIP RV
message must be programmed (see +BGPSTP).
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.6
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSOD=<value>
Response Syntax
+BGPSOD: 888
OK
Defined Values
<Value>
0-999999999
Distance in meters (default 0 m)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSOD?
+BGPSOD: 888
OK
+BGPSOD: <0-999999999>
OK
OK
AT+BGPSOD=?
AT+BGPSOD=0
Notes:

The setting form of this command directly stores the new value into non-volatile memory.

The odometer value is stored into non-volatile memory when the IGN signal is OFF.
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21.12 +BGPSGT: Query the GPS reporting data
Description
This command returns the latest GPS data report from the GPS module.
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSGT?
Response Syntax
+BGPSGT: "<GPS_Message>
<GPS_Message>
…
"
OK
Defined Values
<GPS_Message>
Please refer to NMEA or TAIP specification for details
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSGT?
+BGPSGT: "$GPGGA,,,,,,0,00,,,,,,,*66
$GPVTG,,,,,,,,,N*30
"
OK
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21.13 +BGPSDT: Synchronize modem Date/Time with GPS time
Description
Enable or disable the ability to synchronize the modem date and time from the GPS time (UTC).
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.0
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSDT?
AT+BGPSDT=<action>
Response Syntax
+BGPSDT: <action>
OK
Defined Values
<action>
0
1
Disable setting the modem time from GPS fix (default)
Enable setting the modem time from GPS fix
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSDT?
+BGPSDT: 0
OK
OK
AT+BGPSDT=1
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The modem time is set from GPS date/time only if AT+BMTIME is set to BEST (and no NTP server is available) or if it is set to GPS.
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21.14 +BGPSLOG: Log received GPS positions (diagnostics)
Description
This command enables or disables the logging of received GPS positions for diagnostic purposes.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.5
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSLOG?
AT+BGPSLOG=<action>
Response Syntax
+BGPSLOG: <action>
OK
Defined Values
<action>
0
1
Disable GPS position logging (default)
Enable GPS position logging
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSLOG?
+BGPSLOG: 0
OK
OK
AT+BGPSLOG=1
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

GPS positions are logged in up to two files limited to 100KB each in volatile memory.

The logged GPS data can be retrieved with the AT+BGETLG command in var/log/gps.log and var/log/gps_prev.log.
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21.15 +BGPSELV: GPS Elevation Angle Mask Configuration
Description
This command configures GPS Elevation Angle Mask.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.10
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSELV?
AT+BGPSELV=<elevation_angle>
Response Syntax
+BGPSELV: <elevation_angle>
OK
Defined Values
<elevation angle> 0.00 - 89.99
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSELV?
+BGPSELV: 5.0
OK
OK
AT+BGPSELV=15.00
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21.16 +BGPSFIL: Optimized GPS Filter Configuration
Description
This command configures the Optimal GPS filtering mode for the Copernicus II GPS chipset data. When GPS data
integrity falls below configured Signal-to-Noise ratios for the number of satellites used in a GPS fix, it is marked with an
“F” as it’s RMC Status. This is also used to increase noise when being evaluated by the Kalman filter function (see
+BGPSKAL). When on-board Kalman logging is enabled compressed filter logs are stored at /nvlog/gps/. These can be
retrieved with BlueVue Device Manager (Tools->Download Modem Log). It is not recommended to run onboard logging
for extended periods of time, as this will shorten the lifespan of NVRAM.
The log files are comma delimited with the following fields:
3.8.15
$SOG-LOG,<Time>,<RMC Status>,<SOG (Raw)>,<SOG (Filtered)>,<Lat>,<Long>,<Odometer>,<Quality>,<# of Sats>,<MinSNR (Used)>,<Noise>
3.8.16
FIL,<Date>,<Time>,<RMC Status>,<SOG (Raw)>,<SOG (Filtered)>,<Lat>,<Long>,<HDOP>,<Odometer>,<Quality>,<# of Sats>,<Min SNR
(Used)>,<Noise>
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.13
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSFIL?
AT+BGPSFIL=<mode>,<SNR-2>,<SNR-3>,<SNR-4>,<SNR-5>,<SNR-6>,<SNR-7>
Response Syntax
+BGPSFIL:5,100,32,25,23,23,21 (Default values)
OK
Defined Values
<mode>
<SNR-x>
0: disabled
1: Enable Optimal packet marking only
2: Enable Optimal packet marking with noise smoothing (12 point toggle) * Not recommended.
3: Kalman 2D filter enabled
4: Kalman 2D filter enabled with on-board logging
5: Kalman 1D filter enabled (Default)
6: Kalman 1D filter enabled with on-board logging
Minimum threshold SNR value for x satellites currently being used for GPS data by Copernicus II
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSFIL?
+BGPSFIL: 5,100,32,25,23,23,21
OK
OK
OK
AT+BGPSFIL=1,100,32,25,23,23,21
AT+BGPSFIL=6
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Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

You may issue this command with just the <MODE> argument if you are not familiar with tuning SNR values to retain the default SNR values.

If switching from 1D (5/6) to 2D (3/4) or vice versa, a BGPSKAL should also be executed with the appropriate parameters.

o
When switching to the 2D Kalman filter, also issue AT+BGPSKAL=1,5,500,1.40,1000000,2.00 to set the recommended 2D Kalman parameters.
o
If switching back to the 1D Kalman filters, issue an AT+BGPSKAL=1,3,10,1.40,200,3.00 to set the recommended 1D Kalman parameters
If upgrading from 3.8.13 the previous default of mode 3 (Kalman 2D) will be retained. You must issue new AT commands to switch to the Kalman 1D filter.
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21.17 +BGPSKAL: GPS Kalman Filter Configuration
Description
This command configures the GPS Kalman filters for Copernicus II chipset. It is NOT RECOMMENDED to alter these
settings from provided defaults.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.13
Command Syntax
AT+BGPSKAL?
AT+BGPSKAL=<Look Ahead>,< Noise Initial>,<Noise Jump>,<Noise Ramp Rate>,<Noise Max>,<Noise Decay Rate>
Response Syntax
+BGPSKAL: 1,3,10,1.40,200,3.00
(default values for 1D)
OK
+BGPSKAL: 1,5,500,1.40,1000000,2.00 (default values for 2D)
OK
Defined Values
<Look Ahead>
<Noise Initial>
<Noise Jump>
<Noise Ramp Rate>
<Noise Max>
<Noise Decay Rate>
Integer
Integer
Integer
Floating Point
Integer
Floating Point
- Reserved for future use. (Default: 1)
- Initial and minimum noise value (Default: 5)
- Noise after first 'F' point from optimal filter (Default: 500)
- Multiplier for increasing noise on 'F' points from optimal filter (Default: 1.4)
- Maximum noise value (Default: 1000000)
- Divisor for decreasing noise on 'A' points from optimal filter (Default: 2.0)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGPSKAL?
AT+BGPSKAL=1,1000,50000,1.80,1000000,1.40
+BGPSKAL: 1,1000,50000,1.80,1000000,1.40
OK
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

You may issue this command with just the <MODE> argument if you are not familiar with tuning SNR values to retain the default SNR values.

If switching from 1D (5/6) to 2D (3/4) or vice versa, a BGPSKAL should also be executed with the appropriate parameters.

o
When switching to the 2D Kalman filter, also issue AT+BGPSKAL=1,5,500,1.40,1000000,2.00 to set the recommended 2D Kalman parameters.
o
If switching back to the 1D Kalman filters, issue an AT+BGPSKAL=1,3,10,1.40,200,3.00 to set the recommended 1D Kalman parameters
If upgrading from 3.8.13 the previous default of mode 3 (Kalman 2D) will be retained. You must issue new AT commands to switch to the Kalman 1D filter.
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22 Input/Output (I/O) Query and Control
The following commands are used to query and control the I/O pins of the modems:

+BDIGET: Get Digital Input .................................................................................................................................. 223

+BDOSET: Set Digital Output………….................................................................................................................... 224

+BAIGET: Get Analog Input ................................................................................................................................. 225

+BIORATE: Get and Set I/O Sampling Rate ......................................................................................................... 226

+BIGNEN: Ignition Sensing Enable/Disable ......................................................................................................... 227

+BIGNNET: Cellular Call teardown when Ignition pin goes to OFF ..................................................................... 228
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22.1 +BDIGET: Get Digital Input
Description
This command queries the states of all digital input pins.
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.3
Command Syntax
AT+BDIGET
Response Syntax
+BDIGET: <label>, <state>
+BDIGET: <label>, <state>D
…
Defined Values
<label> Label of the digital input pin
DI1
digital input pin #1 (DI1 on BT-4000/BT-5000/BT-5000v2 series, IN on BT-6000 series)
DI2
digital input pin #2 (DI2 on BT-4000/BT-5000/BT-5000v2 series)
DI3
digital input pin #3 (DI3 on BT-4000/BT-5000/BT-5000v2 series)
DI4
digital input pin #4 (DI4 on BT-4000/BT-5000/BT-5000v2 series)
IGN
ignition sense input (IGN on BT-4000/BT-5000/BT-5000v2 series)
<state> Digital input logical state
0
LOW logical state (described in terms of electrical measures)
1
HIGH logical state
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BDIGET?
+BDIGET:
+BDIGET:
+BDIGET:
+BDIGET:
+BDIGET:
OK
+BDIGET:
OK
AT+BDIGET=DI1
DI1,0
DI2,0
DI3,0
DI4,0
IGN,1
DI1,0
Notes:
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The command response depends on the modem model.
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22.2 +BDOSET: Set Digital Output
Description
This command is used to set a digital output pin to a specific value.
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.3
Command Syntax
AT+BDOSET=<label>,<state>,<store>
Response Syntax
+BDOSET: DO1,0
+BDOSET: DO2,0
+BDOSET: DO3,0
OK
Defined Values
<label> Label of the digital output pin
DO1
digital output pin #1 (O1 on BT-4000/BT-5000/BT-5000v2 series, OUT on BT-6000 series)
DO2
digital output pin #2 (O2 on BT-4000/BT-5000/BT-5000v2 series)
DO3
digital output pin #3 (O3 on BT-4000/BT-5000/BT-5000v2 series)
<state> Digital output logical state
0
OFF
1
ON
<store> 0 This setting will not be written to NV ram and will not be stored for future use upon a device reboot
1 (default) This setting will be written to NV ram with &W and will be stored until another state is written
*Leaving this parameter off will operate in default behavior and allow the setting to be stored
*If a BDOSET is issued to be stored then followed by a new state change that is not stored the original stored value is still
present in NV Ram and the DO will be restored to the last stored state upon a device reboot.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BDOSET?
+BDOSET: DO1,0
+BDOSET: DO2,0
+BDOSET: DO3,0
OK
OK
*query does not return the
<store> parameter
AT+BDOSET=DO2,1,0
DO2 is set to ON but
not stored and will not
persist a reboot
AT+BDOSET=DO2,1,1
DO2 is set to ON and
will be stored as well
as persist a reboot
OK
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22.3 +BAIGET: Get Analog Input
Description
This command queries the voltage values measured on all analog input pins.
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.3
Command Syntax
AT+BAIGET=<label>
Response Syntax
+BAIGET: <label>, <value>
+BAIGET: <label>, <value>
…
Defined Values
<label> Label of the analog input pin
AI1
AI2
AI3
PWR
analog input pin #1 (AI1 on BT-4000/BT-5000/BT-5000v2 series, IN on BT-6000 series)
analog input pin #2 (AI2 on BT-4000/BT-5000/BT-5000v2 series)
analog input pin #3 (available on 4600/5600 models only) (AI3 on BT-4600/BT-5600/BT-5000v2
series)
voltage level on the positive (POS on BT-4000/BT-5000/BT-5000v2 series, PWR on BT-6000 series)
n.nnn
Analog input voltage value in volts with 3 decimal precision
<value>
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BAIGET?
+BAIGET:
+BAIGET:
+BAIGET:
+BAIGET:
OK
+BAIGET:
OK
AT+BAIGET=PWR
PWR,13.553
AI1,3.056
AI2,1.987
AI3,0.000
PWR,13.553
Notes:
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22.4 +BIORATE: Get and Set I/O Sampling Interval
Description
This command is used to query and set I/O sampling interval.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.10
Command Syntax
AT+BIORATE=<100-290>
Response Syntax
+BIORATE: <value>
OK
Defined Values
<value> Time interval in ms of I/O sampling
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIORATE?
+BIORATE: 290
OK
+BIORATE: <100-290> Set up IO sampling interval
OK
OK
AT+BIORATE=?
AT+BIORATE=200
Notes:
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The command response depends on the modem model.
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22.5 +BIGNEN: Ignition Sensing Enable / Disable
Description
By default, the IGN pin is enabled for BT5K units, and no such IGN pin exists for the BT6K platform. This will allow a user
to disable IGN pin shutdown on BT5K units, and alternately to allow the Digital Input pin to function as a pseudo-IGN pin
on the BT6K. By disabling this feature the unit will not respond to a loss of power at the IGN pin. Shutdown logs will still
be written but the unit will stay on and operational regardless of IGN position.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.15
Command Syntax
AT+BIGNEN=1,0
Response Syntax
+BIGNEN: <enable-BT5K>,<enable-BT6K>
OK
Defined Values
<enable-bt5k>: 0
1
<enable-bt6k>: 0
1
IGN sensing DISABLED for BT-5xxx units
IGN sensing ENABLED for BT-5xxx units (default)
IGN sensing DISABLED for BT-6xxx units
IGN sensing ENABLED for BT-6xxx units (DIN pin is used for IGN moitoring)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIGNEN?
+BIGNEN: 1, 0
OK
+BIGNEN: <0-1>, <0-1> Set up to enable/disable IGNITION for BT5K and BT6K
OK
OK
(IGN sense enabled on BT5K, disabled on BT6K)
OK
(IGN sense enabled on BT6K, disabled on BT5K)
AT+BIGNEN=?
AT+BIGNEN=1,0
AT+BIGNEN=0,1
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22.6 +BIGNNET: Cellular Call teardown when Ignition pin goes to OFF
Description
BIGNNET allows control of forcing a graceful cellular (ppp0) disconnection after the IGN timer is reached. The goal is
that this disconnect would occur before power-down of the unit. Some carriers have requested the ability to perform a
clean disconnect from the tower when doing a graceful shutdown. This command satisfies that request.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.16
Command Syntax
AT+BIGNNET=[0 or 1]
Response Syntax
+BIGNNET: <enable>
OK
Defined Values
<enable>:
0
1
The PPP connection will not be affected during ignition power down.
The PPP connection will hang up gracefully after ignition drop timer is expired, and there is no
configure change. When the modem boots up again, the PPP connection will be established.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIGNNET?
+BIGNNET: 0
OK
+BIGNEN: <0-1>
OK
OK
AT+BIGNNET=?
AT+BIGNNET=1
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23 Event Handling
The following commands are used to configure the modem event protocol:

+BEVENT
Define Event.............................................................................................................................. 230

+BEVRPR
Define Report Message............................................................................................................. 232

+BRPRDS
Define Reporting Destination ................................................................................................... 234

+BEVDIS
Define Digital Input Signal......................................................................................................... 236

+BEVAIS
Define Analog Input Signal........................................................................................................ 237

+BEVGSS
Define GPS Speed Signal ........................................................................................................... 238

+BEVGHS
Define GPS Heading Signal ........................................................................................................ 240

+BEVGOS
Define GPS Odometer Signal .................................................................................................... 242

+BEVRFS
Define RF status Signal.............................................................................................................. 244

+BEVCMD
Event command ........................................................................................................................ 246

+BSMSEV
SMS Event ................................................................................................................................. 247

+BSYNCF
BEP packet Sync Flag ................................................................................................................. 248

+BSFMBS
Set Store and Forward Memory Block Size ............................................................................... 249

+BSFMST
Store and Forward Memory Status .......................................................................................... 250

+BSFMRM
Store and Forward Memory Removal ...................................................................................... 251

+BEVLOG
Log BEP events .......................................................................................................................... 252
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23.1 +BEVENT: Define Event
Description
This command is used to define an event.
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.3
Since FW version 3.4.7 (RFS1 to RFS31 and Command ID)
Since FW version 3.8.0 (DST and STOP signal trigger)
Since FW version 3.8.4 (WAN signal trigger)
Since FW version 3.8.5 (Allow up to 63 events)
Command Syntax
AT+BEVENT=<id>,<Trigger Expression>,<Trigger Options>,<Register Options>,<Command ID>,<Report ID>
Response Syntax
Defined Values
<id>
0
1-63
126
Reserved
Event identifier (was 1-31 for FW < 3.8.5)
Reserved
<Trigger Expression>
Boolean expression based on event signals
The expression is evaluated from left to right. It cannot be more than 128 characters long and cannot use more
than 10 operators. The expression syntax is:
signal
Signal to be used to evaluate the expression to TRUE or FALSE (see
below)
expression!
The negation of the preceding expression
(expression)
Use the value of the expression within the parenthesis (used for
expressions grouping).
expression | expression
Logical OR between two expressions
expression & expression
Logical AND between two expressions
signal
DIS1 to DIS31:
Digital Input Signal; configured with AT+BEVDIS
AIS1 to AIS31:
Analog Input Signal; configured with AT+BEVAIS
GSS1 to GSS31:
GPS Speed Signal; configured with AT+BEVGSS
GHS1 to GHS31:
GPS Heading Signal; configured with AT+BEVGHS
GOS1 to GOS31:
GPS Odometer Signal; configured with AT+BEVGOS
EVS1 to EVS31:
Event Signal; driven by another Event using its Event Register, the event is configured
by another AT+BEVENT. Please note that events are evaluated in the order of
increasing index number.
RFS1 to RFS31:
RF status Signal; configured with AT+BEVRFS
TMS:
Timer Signal; is always TRUE and Trigger Option must be ‘T’; cannot be combined with
other signals
GPS:
GPS receiver Signal; TRUE when GPS receiver reports a fix; cannot be combined with
other signals
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GVS:
DST:
STOP:
WAN:
GPS Valid fix Signal: always available without configuration. This signal is used to
determine whether valid GPS fixes are currently available from the GPS receiver. It
applies a heuristic rule to determine the validity of the fix based on different fields'
values in the reported GPS message. It reflects the validity since the last reported fix.
Distance travelled; TRUE when the distance travelled since startup or since the last
DST event becomes greater than the Trigger Option value which must be 'D'.
Vehicle is stopped; TRUE when the GPS calculated speed is less than 4 km/h for more
than 3 minutes and FALSE when the GPS calculated speed is bigger or equal to 4 km/h
for more than 15 seconds. The event is not triggered when neither condition can be
evaluated (e.g. no GPS fix).
TRUE whenever the modem has obtained a WAN IP address.
<Trigger Options>
B
R
T0-T65535
D0-D65535
any change in the state of the Trigger Expression
transition of the Trigger Expression state from FALSE to TRUE
the Trigger Expression state is TRUE for at least a specified time in second (between 0 and 65535
seconds). The time must be specified after T.
the Trigger Expression state is TRUE when the distance travelled becomes greater than the specified
distance (between 0 and 65535 meters). The distance must be specified after D.
<Register Options> Used to concatenate events
S
E0-E65535
the event register synchronize with the state of the Trigger Expression
expiry timer in seconds indicates how long the Event register will indicate TRUE once the Event is
triggered. The time must be specified after E.
<Command ID>
0
1-31
No associated command.
Command identifier of a command defined with +BEVCMD. The specified command will get executed
when the event is triggered. The command is executed before the report message defined by <Report
ID> is sent.
<Report ID>
0-23
Identifier of the report message as defined by +BEVRPR
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BEVENT?
+BEVENT:0,"","","",0,0 +BEVENT:1,"GPS","T120","S",0,1
+BEVENT:2,"GPS","T2","S",0,2
…
+BEVENT:31,"","","",0,0
OK
+BEVENT: <id>,<Trigger Expression>,<Trigger
Options>,<Register Options>,<Command ID>,<Report ID>
AT+BEVENT=?
AT+BEVENT=1,"GPS","T120","S",0,1
OK
OK
Notes:
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23.2 +BEVRPR: Define Report Message
Description
This command is used to define the message to report by specifying its data content, its destination, and whether it
requires an acknowledgement of receipt from the destination.
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.3
MI2, MI3, RF2, IP1, AC1, AU1 since FW version 3.8.0.
Command Syntax
AT+BEVRPR=<idx>,"<Content List>","<Destination List>",<Reporting Timer>,<ACK Flag>,<ACK Timer>
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<idx>
0-23
<Content List>
0
MI1, MI2 or MI3
RF1 or RF2
IO1
GP1
GO1
IP1
AC1
AU1
<Destination List>
Report message identifier
List of the information payloads to include in the report separated by -, for example "MI1IO1-GP1". The messages formats are described in "Sixnet BlueTree Event Protocol (BEP)
reference document".
GPS RAW message (TAIP or NMEA, depending on the protocol programmed in the GPS module, see
+BGPSPR), BEP message formatting disabled. This content type cannot be mixed with the other types.
Modem Info format 1, 2 or 3 (only one format can be specified)
RF Info format 1 or 2 (only one format can be specified)
I/O Info format 1
GPS Info format 1
GPS Odometer format 1
WAN IP address format 1 (set to 0.0.0.0 when WAN is not connected)
Action format 1
Authentication format 1
List of the destinations identifiers (as defined with AT+BRPRDS) separated by "-" to send the
report to; in the form "1-2-4"
<Reporting Timer>
0
1-65535
Report once as soon as the event is triggered
Reporting frequency in seconds
<ACK Flag>
0
1
<ACK Timer>
0-65535
Example:
Commands
Disable (Default)
Enable
Message will be retransmitted every <ACK Timer> seconds until the ACK is received
Time in seconds before retransmitting an unacknowledged message.
Responses
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AT+BEVRPR?
AT+BEVRPR =?
AT+BEVRPR =1,"0","1",120,0,0
+BEVRPR:1,"MI1-IO1","1",120,0,0
+BEVRPR:2,"0","2",5,0,0
…
+BEVRPR:23,"","",0,0,0
OK
+BEVRPR:<ID>,<Content List>,<Destination
List>,<Reporting Timer>,<ACK Flag>,<ACK
Timer>
OK
OK
Notes:
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23.3 +BRPRDS: Define Reporting Destination
Description
This command is used to add a reporting destination to the list of destinations.
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.3
Command Syntax
AT+BRPRDS=<ID>,<DST Type>,<IP Address or Domain Name>,<Port Number>,<Port Type>
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<ID>
1-10
Destination ID
<DST Type> Destination Type
0
1
2
3
4
Disable destination
IP address
Serial port raw data (not supported)
Management Server for Modem Originated Management (MOM)
Initial Configuration Server for Modem Originated Management (IMOM)
<IP Address>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
Destination IP Address or Domain Name. Used only if the DST Type 1, 3 and 4
<Port Number>
1-65535
Destination port number. Used only if the DST Type 1, 3 and 4
<Port Type> Used only if DST Type = 1
0
1
UDP
TCP
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BRPRDS?
+BRPRDS:1,1,"24.122.77.226",10020,0
+BRPRDS:2,1,"205.205.17.71",8888,0
+BRPRDS:3,0,"",0,0
+BRPRDS:4,0,"",0,0
+BRPRDS:5,0,"",0,0
+BRPRDS:6,0,"",0,0
+BRPRDS:7,0,"",0,0
+BRPRDS:8,0,"",0,0
+BRPRDS:9,0,"",0,0
+BRPRDS:10,0,"",0,0
OK
+ BRPRDS:<ID>,<DST Type>,<Destination
Address>,<Port Number>,<Port Type>
OK
OK
AT+ BRPRDS=?
AT+ BRPRDS=1,1,"24.122.77.226",10020,0
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Notes:
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23.4 +BEVDIS: Define Digital Input Signal
Description
This command is used to define a digital input signal that can be used to trigger an event.
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.3
Command Syntax
AT+BEVDIS=<idx>,"<Comparison Exp>"
Response Syntax
Defined Values
<idx>
1-31
Index number
<Comparison Exp> Comparison expression that compares a data source to a value:
The expression syntax is:
source operator value
source
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
IGN
operator
=
equal to
value
0
1
input is OFF
input is ON
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BEVDIS?
+BEVDIS:
+BEVDIS:
…
+BEVDIS:
OK
+BEVDIS:
OK
OK
AT+ BEVDIS=?
AT+ BEVDIS=4,"DI1=1"
1,""
2,""
31,""
<idx>,"<Comp Exp>"
Notes:
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23.5 +BEVAIS: Define Analog Input Signal
Description
This command is used to define an analog input signal that can be used to trigger an event.
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.3
Command Syntax
AT+BEVAIS=<idx>,"<Comparison Exp>"
Response Syntax
Defined Values
<idx>
1-31
Index number
<Comparison Exp>
Comparison expression that compares a data source to one or two values.
The expression syntax is either:
source operator value
Compare a source to one value
or
value1 operator1 source operator2 value2
Compare a source to two values. This expression is
equivalent to (value1 operator1 source) AND (source
operator2 value2)
source
AI1
AI2
AI3
PWR
operator
=
>
<
>=
<=
equal to
greater than
smaller than
greater or equal to
smaller or equal to
value
0.000-34.000
0.000-5.000
Example:
Value in volts for PWR
Value in volts for AI1, AI2 and AI3
Commands
Responses
AT+BEVAIS?
+BEVAIS: 1,""
…
+BEVAIS: 31,""
OK
AT+BEVAIS=<idx>,"<Comparison Exp>"
OK
AT+ BEVAIS=?
AT+ BEVAIS=1,"2.000<AI2<3.000"
Notes:
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23.6 +BEVGSS: Define GPS Speed Signal
Description
This command is used to define a speed signal that can be used to trigger an event.
Note: The speed signal is updated from information acquired from the GPS module. It requires the GPS module to be
programmed either with the NMEA protocol or the TAIP protocol (see AT+BGPSPR). For the TAIP protocol, the TAIP RV
message must be programmed (see +BGPSTP).
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.3
Command Syntax
AT+BEVGSS=<idx>,"<Comparison Exp>"
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<idx>
1-31
Index number
<Comparison Exp>
Comparison expression that compares a data source to one or two values.
The expression syntax is either:
source operator value
Compare a source to one value
or
value1 operator1 source operator2 value2
Compare a source to two values. This expression is
equivalent to (value1 operator1 source) AND (source
operator2 value2)
source
GS
Ground Speed
operator
=
>
<
>=
<=
equal to
greater than
smaller than
greater or equal to
smaller or equal to
value
n.nnn
Speed value. The unit is dependent on the chosen GPS protocol (see +BGPSPR); unit is nautical miles
per hour (knots) for NMEA, and miles per hour for TAIP (note: firmware up to 3.4.6 was using meters
per second for TAIP).
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BEVGSS?
+BEVGSS:
+BEVGSS:
…
+BEVGSS:
OK
+BEVGSS:
AT+BEVGSS=?
1,"GS>60.5"
2," "
31," "
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AT+BEVGSS=1,"GS>60.5"
OK
OK
Notes:
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This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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23.7 +BEVGHS: Define GPS Heading Signal
Description
This command is used to define a GPS heading signal that can be used to trigger an event.
Note: The GPS heading signal is updated from information acquired from the GPS module. It requires the GPS module to
be programmed either with the NMEA protocol or the TAIP protocol (see AT+BGPSPR). For the TAIP protocol, the TAIP
RV message must be programmed (see +BGPSTP).
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.3
Command Syntax
AT+BEVGHS=<idx>,"<Comparison Exp>"
Response Syntax
Defined Values
<idx>
1-31
Index number
<Comparison Exp>
Comparison expression that compares a data source to one or two values.
The expression syntax is either:
source operator value
Compare a source to one value
or
value1 operator1 source operator2 value2
Compare a source to two values. This expression is
equivalent to (value1 operator1 source) AND (source
operator2 value2)
source
GH
operator
=
>
<
>=
<=
equal to
greater than
smaller than
greater or equal to
smaller or equal to
value
nn.n
Heading value in decimal degrees
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BEVGHS?
+BEVGHS: 1,"GH>30.1"
+BEVGHS: 2,"28.3<GH<45.2"
…
+BEVGHS: 31,""
OK
AT+BEVGHS=<idx>,"<Comparison Exp>"
OK
AT+BEVGHS=?
AT+BEVGHS=1,"25.1<GH<39.3"
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Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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23.8 +BEVGOS: Define GPS Odometer Signal
Description
This command is used to define an odometer signal that can be used as an event trigger.
Note: The odometer signal is updated from information acquired from the GPS module. It requires the GPS module to
be programmed either with the NMEA protocol or the TAIP protocol (see AT+BGPSPR). For the TAIP protocol, the TAIP
RV message must be programmed (see +BGPSTP).
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.6
Command Syntax
AT+BEVGOS=<idx>,"<Comparison Exp>"
Response Syntax
Defined Values
<idx>
1-31
Index number
<Comparison Exp>
Comparison expression that compares a data source to one or two values.
The expression syntax is either:
source operator value
Compare a source to one value
or
value1 operator1 source operator2 value2
Compare a source to two values. This expression is
equivalent to (value1 operator1 source) AND (source
operator2 value2)
source
GO
operator
=
>
<
>=
<=
equal to
greater than
smaller than
greater or equal to
smaller or equal to
value
0-999999999
Distance in meters.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BEVGOS?
AT+BEVGOS=?
AT+BEVGOS=1,"GO>60"
+BEVGOS:
+BEVGOS:
…
+BEVGOS:
OK
+BEVGOS:
OK
OK
1,"GO>19999"
2," "
31," "
<idx>,"<Comparison Exp>"
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AT+BEVGOS=1,"6000<GO<=12000"
OK
Notes:
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This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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23.9 +BEVRFS: Define RF status Signal
Description
This command is used to define an RF status signal that can be used as an event trigger.
Availability
Since FW version 3.4.7.
EVDO, EDGE (BT-6400 series) and HSPA modems only.
Command Syntax
AT+BEVRFS=<idx>,"<Comparison Exp>"
Response Syntax
Defined Values
<idx>
1-31
Index number
<Comparison Exp>
Comparison expression that compares the source to a value.
The expression syntax is either:
source operator value
Compare a source to one value
or
value1 operator1 source operator2 value2
Compare a source to two values. This expression is
equivalent to (value1 operator1 source) AND (source
operator2 value2)
The following table specifies the possible sources and their associated values:
source
RFP
value
0
1
STU
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
81-87
91-97
101
102
103
104
105
Description
RF Power state (see +BRFPON)
Off
On
Service Type in Use (see +BNSTAT)
No service
PCS
IS-95
IS-95A
IS-95B
IS-95B
CDMA Rev. 0 (1xRTT)
CDMA Rev. 1
EVDO Rev-0
EVDO Rev-A
GSM GPRS/EDGE/HSPA
GSM EDGE/HSPA
GSM EDGE/HSPA
GSM HSPA
GSM HSPA
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RFS
0
1
2
3
4
5
GSM HSPA
RF Status (see +BNSTAT)
No service
Idle
Dormant
In-use
Incoming
Calling
operator
=
>
<
>=
<=
equal to
greater than
smaller than
greater or equal to
smaller or equal to
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BEVRFS?
+BEVRFS:
+BEVRFS:
…
+BEVRFS:
OK
+BEVRFS:
OK
OK
AT+BEVRFS=?
AT+BEVRFS=1,"REG=2"
1,"REG=2"
2," "
31," "
<idx>,"<Comparison Exp>"
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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23.10 +BEVCMD: Event command
Description
This command is used to define a command to be executed when an event is triggered.
Availability
Since FW version 3.4.7
Command Syntax
AT+BEVCMD=<idx>,"<Command>"
Response Syntax
Defined Values
<idx>
1-31
Index number
<Command>
String
Command to execute when event occurs. The command is restricted to the following:
+BDOSET=<label>,<state>
+BRFPON=<state>
Multiple commands can be specified and need to be separated by a semi-column character ';'.
The command must start with the "AT" string.
The command maximum size is 128 characters.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BEVCMD=1,"AT+BDOSET=DO2,0"
AT+BEVCMD?
AT+BEVCMD=?
OK
+BEVCMD:
+BEVCMD:
…
+BEVCMD:
OK
+BEVCMD:
OK
1,"AT+BDOSET=DO2,0"
2," "
31," "
<idx>,"<Command>"
Notes:
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This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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23.11 +BSMSEV: SMS Event
Description
Enable or disable of a special preset SMS reporting event.
Availability
CDMA 1xRTT modems only.
Command Syntax
AT+BSMSEV=<action>,<timer>,<SMS destination>
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<action>:
0
1
Disable (default)
Enable the event
<timer>:
1-86400
Timer value in seconds during which the modem should be out of packet data coverage to trigger the
event
<SMS destination>:
String
60 characters email address or cellular phone number
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSMSEV?
+BSMSEV: 1,900,"[email protected] "
OK
AT+BSMSEV=<0-1>,<1-86400>”<Destination>”
OK
AT+ BSMSEV=?
AT+
BSMSEV=1,900,"[email protected]
"
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The sent SMS event payload is composed of the last GPS data, followed by "MN=" and then by the modem name.
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23.12 +BSYNCF: BEP packet Sync Flag
Description
Enable and disable the BEP (Bluex Event Protocol) packet framing feature and define the start and end 2-byte sequence
values.
Availability
Since FW version 2.0.6
Command Syntax
AT+BSYNCF=<Action>,<Start_flag>,<End_flag>
Response Syntax
+BSYNCF: 1,"0xffaa","0xccdd"
Defined Values
<Action>
0
1
Disable (default)
Enable BEP packet framing (each packet starts with the start flag and ends with the end flag).
<Start_flag>
0xHHHH
4 hexadecimal digits (0-9A-F) preceded by "0x" representing the start flag sequence.
<End_flag>
0xHHHH
4 hexadecimal digits (0-9A-F) preceded by "0x" representing the end flag sequence.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSYNCF= 1,"0xffaa","0xccdd"
AT+BSYNCF?
OK
+BSYNCF: 1,"0xffaa","0xccdd"
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The sequences are sent in reverse order, the second byte is sent first, the first byte is sent last.

The start and end byte sequences are not escaped in the message content. Programs used to receive BEP messages must get the actual message size from
the message content.

The sequences are not used for MOM and IMOM destinations (see +BRPRDS).
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23.13 +BSFMBS: Set Store and Forward Memory Block Size
Description
This command sets the store and forward memory block size. The setting only takes effect after the modem reboots.
Availability
Since FW version 3.4.0
Command Syntax
AT+BSFMBS=<value>
Response Syntax
+BSFMBS: <value>
Defined Values
<value>
32-1024
Range of acceptable integer values for the desired memory block size (default is 128). If this value is
not a multiple of 8, the modem will round it down to the nearest multiple of 8.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSFMBS?
+BSFMBS: 128
OK
OK
OK
+BSFMBS: 72
OK
AT+BSFMBS=64
AT+BSFMBS=77
AT+BSFMBS?
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

The modem needs to reboot for the change to take effect.

A single event may be stored in a maximum of 4 memory blocks. The event block size should be chosen according to the selection of event payload. Refer
to the BEP Reference documentation for more details.
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23.14 +BSFMST: Store and Forward Memory Status
Description
This command reports the Store and Forward Memory (SFM) usage:
- Used blocks
- Free blocks
- Number of stored events per event and per destination
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.4
Command Syntax
AT+BSFMST?
Response Syntax
+BSFMST:
Used blocks: <Percent used> ( <Used blocks>/<Total blocks>)
Free blocks: <Percent free> ( <Free blocks>/<Total blocks>)
Event # 1: <Number of stored events #1> (D 1: <Number of stored events #1 for destination #1>, …)
…
Defined Values
<Percent used>
0..100%
Ratio of used blocks / total number of blocks
<Used blocks>
0..n
Number of used SFM blocks
<Total blocks>
n
Total number of SFM blocks (depends on AT+BSFMBS setting)
<Percent free>
0..100%
Ratio of free blocks / total number of blocks
<Free blocks>
0..n
Number of free SFM blocks
< Number of stored events #1 >
0..m
Number of events with index 1 stored in SFM
< Number of stored events #1 for destination #1 >
0..d
Number of events with index 1 stored in SFM for destination 1
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSFMST?
+BSFMST:
Used blocks:
8.2% ( 286/3480)
Free blocks: 91.8% ( 3194/3480)
Event # 1: 143 (D 1: 143)
OK
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23.15 +BSFMRM: Store and Forward Memory Removal
Description
This command removes all the events stored in the Store and Forward Memory (SFM).
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.4
Command Syntax
AT+BSFMRM=<action>
AT+BSFMRM?
Response Syntax
+BSFMRM: <action>
Defined Values
<action>
1
0
Remove the content of the SFM at next reboot.
Do not remove the content of the SFM (default)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSFMRM?
+BSFMRM: 0
OK
OK
AT+BSFMRM=1
Notes:

This command settings is directly stored into non-volatile memory (no need for AT&W).

The modem needs to reboot for the change to take effect.
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23.16 +BEVLOG: Log BEP events
Description
This command allows to log the BEP messages sent by the modem as well as the BEP ACK messages received.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.4
Command Syntax
AT+BEVLOG=<BEP Destination>,<action>
AT+BEVLOG?
Response Syntax
+BEVLOG: 1,<action>
+BEVLOG: 2,<action>
…
+BEVLOG:10,<action>
Defined Values
<BEP Destination>
1..10
BEP destination index (as defined in AT+BRPRDS)
<action>
0
1
Do not log BEP event messages (default)
Log BEP event messages.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BEVLOG?
+BEVLOG:
+BEVLOG:
+BEVLOG:
+BEVLOG:
+BEVLOG:
+BEVLOG:
+BEVLOG:
+BEVLOG:
+BEVLOG:
+BEVLOG:
AT+BEVLOG=1,1
1,0
2,0
3,0
4,0
5,0
6,0
7,0
8,0
9,0
10,0
OK
OK
Notes:

This command settings is directly stored into non-volatile memory (no need for AT&W).

The BEP event messages are logged into /var/log/bep<BEP Destination>.log and /var/log/bep<BEP Destination>_prev.log. The files are limited to 100 kB
and can be captured with the AT+BGETLG command.
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24 Partner Applications
This feature allows to run a partner application directly on the modem. The partner applications are installed with an
upgrade package (similar to firmware upgrade). The following commands allow to control and monitor the partner
applications.

+BAPPEN
Partner Application Enable ....................................................................................................... 254

+BAPPSA
Partner Application Status ........................................................................................................ 255

+BAPPDI
Partner Application Diagnostics................................................................................................ 256

+BAPPRM
Partner Application Removal .................................................................................................... 257
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24.1 +BAPPEN: Partner Application Enable
Description
This command enables or disables an installed partner application.
Availability
Since FW version 3.7.0
Partner application enabled modems.
Command Syntax (set)
AT+BAPPEN="<App name>",<enable>
Response Syntax (set)
OK
Command Syntax (query)
AT+BAPPEN?
Response Syntax (query)
+BAPPEN:"<App name>",<enable>
OK
Defined Values
<App name>
<enable>
0
1
Name of the partner application
Disable the partner application, or application is disabled.
Enable the partner application, or application is enabled.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BAPPEN="partnerApp",1
AT+BAPPEN?
OK
+BAPPEN:"partnerApp",1
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

When no partner application has been installed, the AT+BAPPEN? query command only returns OK.
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24.2 +BAPPSA: Partner Application Status
Description
This command displays the log of an enabled partner application.
When the size of the log exceeds the capacity of the AT command response, the head of the log is truncated and
replaced by "...".
Availability
Since FW version 3.7.0
Partner application enabled modems.
Command Syntax
AT+BAPPSA="<App name>"
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<App name>
Name of the partner application
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BAPPSA="partnerApp"
+BPAPPSA: "partnerApp","
…
last line of application log
"
OK
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24.3 +BAPPDI: Partner Application Diagnostics
Description
This command displays diagnostic information about an installed partner application.
The query form (AT+BAPPDI?) of the commands queries diagnostic information for all the installed partner applications.
Availability
Since FW version 3.7.0
Partner application enabled modems.
Command Syntax
AT+BAPPDI="<App name>"
AT+BAPPDI?
Response Syntax
+BAPPDI:"<App name>","
Shortname: <Short name>
Full name: <Full name>
Version:Version: <Version>
Status: <Status>
"
OK
Defined Values
<App name>
<Short name>
<Full name>
<Version>
<Status>
Name of the partner application for which to query diagnostic information.
Name of the partner application as defined in its manifest.
Full name of the partner application as defined in its manifest.
Version of the partner application.
Running status of the partner application:
Running
Not running
The application is currently enabled and running
The application is not currently running
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BAPPDI="btappdemo"
+BPAPPSA: "btappdemo","
Shortname: btappdemo
Full name: BlueTree Partner Application Demo
Version:Version: 1.2
Status: Not running
"OK
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24.4 +BAPPRM: Partner Application Removal
Description
This command uninstalls a partner application. The application needs to be disabled first with AT+BAPPEN and the
configuration must be saved to stored profile (AT&W).
The query form (AT+BAPPRM?) of the commands shows all the installed partner applications.
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.0
Partner application enabled modems (BT-6000, BT-5000v2).
Command Syntax
AT+BAPPRM="<App name>"
AT+BAPPRM?
Response Syntax
+BAPPRM:"<App name>"
OK
Defined Values
<App name>
Partner application name.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BAPPEN="partnerApp",0
AT&W
AT+BAPPRM="partnerApp"
OK
OK
OK
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25 Wi-Fi Access and Connectivity
This feature allows to BT-XX30 model to work as a Wi-Fi Access Point. Using the AT commands to enable/disable and
switch between different modes, to configure parameters for each mode, and to query running status for each mode.

+BWIFIMD
Configuration of Wi-Fi Modes................................................................................................... 254

+BWIFIAPM
General Configuration of Wi-Fi AP Mode ................................................................................. 255

+BWIFIAPC
Advanced Configuration of Wi-Fi AP Mode .............................................................................. 256

+BWIFIST
Wi-Fi Recent Status Query ........................................................................................................ 257
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25.1
+BWIFIMD: Configuration of Wi-Fi modes
Description
This command configures Wi-Fi mode.
Availability
Since FW version 3.9.0
BT-5X30 models.
Command Syntax (set)
AT+BWIFIMD=<Mode number>
Response Syntax (set)
OK
Command Syntax (query)
AT+ BWIFIMD?
Response Syntax (query)
+BWIFIMD:< Mode number>
OK
Defined Values
< Mode number>
0
2
Number of the mode
None Wi-Fi mode.
Enable AP mode.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BWIFIMD=2
AT+BWIFIMD?
OK
+BWIFIMD:2
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.
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25.2
+BWIFIAPM: General Configuration for Wi-Fi AP mode
Description
This command configures general parameters for Wi-Fi AP mode. (7 often used parameters in hostapd.conf)
Availability
Since FW version 3.9.0
BT-5X30 models.
Command Syntax (set)
AT+BWIFIAPM="<ssid>",<encrypt>,"<key>",<broadcast>,"<mode>",<channel>,<max_clients>
Response Syntax (set)
OK
Command Syntax (query)
AT+ BWIFIAPM?
Response Syntax (query)
+BWIFIAPM:"<ssid>",<encrypt>,"<key>",<broadcast>,"<mode>",<channel>,<max_clients>
OK
Defined Values
<ssid>
<encrypt>
0
1
2
3
No encryption/authentication required to connect
WPA
WPA2
WPA and WPA2
<key>
<broadcast>
0
1
2
<mode>
a
b
g
WPA pass phrase
Send empty SSID in beacons and ignore probe request frames
disabled
send empty SSID in beacon and ignore probe request for broadcast SSID
clear SSID but keep the original length and ignore probe request for broadcast SSID
Operation mode
IEEE 802.11a
IEEE 802.11b
IEEE 802.11g
<channel>
<max_clients>
Channel number
Maximum number of clients ( 1~2007 )
Wi-Fi network ID
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BWIFIAPM="BT-AR9271-
OK
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TEST",3,"testwifi",0,"g",8,5
AT+BWIFIAPM?
+BWIFIAPM::"BT-AR9271-TEST",3,"testwifi",0,"g",8,5
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

All the parameter syntax refers to hostapd.conf format
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25.3
+BWIFIAPC: Advanced Configuration for Wi-Fi AP mode
Description
This command configures all(advanced) parameters for Wi-Fi AP mode. (refer to hostapd.conf syntax)
Availability
Since FW version 3.9.0
BT-5X30 models.
Command Syntax (set)
AT+BWIFIAPC="<name>",<value>
Response Syntax (set)
OK
Command Syntax (query)
AT+ BWIFIAPC?
Response Syntax (query)
+BWIFIAPC:<name>,<value>
OK
Defined Values
<name>
<value>
name of the parameter
value of the parameter
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BWIFIAPC="beacon_int",1
00
AT+BWIFIAPC?
OK
+BWIFIAPC:"
interface,wlan0
bridge,br0
driver,nl80211
logger_syslog,-1
logger_syslog_level,2
logger_stdout,-1
logger_stdout_level,2
dump_file,/tmp/hostapd.dump
ctrl_interface,/var/run/hostapd
ctrl_interface_group,0
ssid,BT-AR9271-TEST
hw_mode,g
channel,8
beacon_int,100
…
…
…
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OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

All the parameter syntax refers to hostapd.conf format
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25.4
+BWIFIST: Query Wi-Fi recent running status
Description
This command queries recent Wi-Fi running status
Availability
Since FW version 3.9.0
BT-5X30 models.
Command Syntax (set)
AT+BWIFIST?
Response Syntax (set)
OK
Command Syntax (query)
AT+ BWIFIST?
Response Syntax (query)
+BWIFIST:
…(Wi-Fi status string)
…
OK
Defined Values
<name>
<value>
name of the parameter
value of the parameter
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BWIFIST?
+BWIFIST:"
Sep 27 20:31:50 btmodem user.notice bxnetconn[715]: wifi:
Wi-Fi AP mode started!
Sep 27 20:32:14 btmodem user.notice bxnetconn[715]: wifi:
Wi-Fi turned off!
"
OK
Notes:

This command affects the Active profile; use AT&W to make the changes permanent.

All the parameter syntax refers to hostapd.conf format
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26 Interoperability Commands
The commands below have a limited behavior and are supported to allow interoperability with applications that require
them.
AT Commands
Description
B
Command has no action and will always reply OK
C
Command has no action and will always reply OK
G
Command has no action and will always reply OK
L
Command has no action and will always reply OK
M
Command has no action and will always reply OK
N
Command has no action and will always reply OK
P
Command has no action and will always reply OK
T
Command has no action and will always reply OK
W
Command has no action and will always reply OK
X
Command has no action and will always reply OK
Y
Command has no action and will always reply OK
\K
Command has no action and will always reply OK
&E
Command has no action and will always reply OK
&G
Command has no action and will always reply OK
&K
Command has no action and will always reply OK
&P
Command has no action and will always reply OK
&Q
Command has no action and will always reply OK
&R
Command has no action and will always reply OK
&Y
Command has no action and will always reply OK
&S
Command has no action and will always reply OK
S1
Command has no action and will always reply OK
S2
Command has no action and will always reply OK
S3
Command has no action and will always reply OK
S4
Command has no action and will always reply OK
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Description
S5
Command has no action and will always reply OK
S6
Command has no action and will always reply OK
S7
Command has no action and will always reply OK
S8
Command has no action and will always reply OK
S9
Command has no action and will always reply OK
S10
Command has no action and will always reply OK
S11
Command has no action and will always reply OK
Z
\APPP
For firmware starting at 3.4.6, the ATZ command has no action and
will always return OK.
For firmware before 3.4.6, this command is equivalent to the ATZ1
command, see page 27).
The AT\APPP command behaves exactly as if ATD is submitted with a
dial string (i.e. ATD#777) matching the modem’s connection profile’s
dial string (i.e. #777). It is introduced to allow legacy CDPD products
requiring this command to establish a data connection to the
network. The modem attempts to establish two PPP connections
(WAN and LAN). It returns either "CONNECT" if the data call succeeds
or "NO CARRIER" if the call setup fails or if the remote side releases
the connection.
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27 Diagnostics Commands
The following commands are used to troubleshoot the modem:

+BGETLG
Get modem Log......................................................................................................................... 268

+BLOGDS
Set SYSLOG reporting Destination ............................................................................................ 269

+BLOGMD
Set SYSLOG reporting Mode ..................................................................................................... 270

+BSERST
Query the state of the serial port ............................................................................................. 271

+BPINGH
Ping a Host IP address ............................................................................................................... 273

+BPINGP
Ping a TCP/IP Port ..................................................................................................................... 274

+BCONTK
Query IP connection track table ............................................................................................... 275

+BNETST
Query the network state........................................................................................................... 276

+BSUPTM
Query the system up time ........................................................................................................ 277

+BIFCON
Query network interface configuration .................................................................................... 278

+BRFMST
Query RF Module serial ports state .......................................................................................... 279

+BRSTDI
Query modem reset reasons .................................................................................................... 280

+BSERVICE
Query modem IP services ......................................................................................................... 281

+BUSBHOST
Query and control USB host ..................................................................................................... 281
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27.1 +BGETLG: Get modem Log
Description
Collects all the modem log files and archive them in the FTP home directory.
Availability
Since FW version 1.1.1
Command Syntax
AT+BGETLG
Response Syntax
+BGETLG: Log is copied
Defined Values
None
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BGETLG
+BGETLG: Log is copied
OK
Notes:

The log.tgz file is removed from the modem when the modem resets.

The log.tgz file may be retrieved from FTP or with BVDM, it contains a compressed archive of the modem status and configuration.

Since FW 3.7.0, the command AT+BFTPE=1 must be used to start the FTP server.
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27.2 +BLOGDS: Set SYSLOG reporting Destination
Description
This command is used to set a network destination for the events logged into the modem syslog (system log facility).
Availability
Since FW version 3.4.0
Command Syntax
AT+BLOGDS=<IP destination>,<port>,<protocol>
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<IP destination>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
IP address of the server setup to receive syslog entries from the modem.
1-65535
Destination port number. The default port is 514.
<port>
<protocol>
0
1
UDP (default)
TCP (not supported on BT-6000 series and BT-5000v2 series)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BLOGDS?
AT+BLOGDS=”205.205.17.71”,514,0
+BLOGDS:”205.205.17.71”,514,0
OK
OK
Notes:
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27.3 +BLOGMD: Set SYSLOG reporting Mode
Description
This command is used to set the syslog (system log facility) reporting mode.
Availability
Since FW version 3.4.0
Command Syntax
AT+BLOGMD=<Mode>
Response Syntax
OK
Defined Values
<mode>:
0
1
2
local only (default), syslog events are recorded in a file
network only, syslog events are reported over the network
local and network, syslog events are reported in a file and over the network.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BLOGMD?
+BLOGMD:0
OK
OK
AT+BLOGMD=2
Notes:
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27.4 +BSERST: Query the state of the serial port
Description
This command is used to query the state of the serial port.
Availability
Since FW version 3.4.0
Command Syntax
AT+BSERST?
Response Syntax
+BSERST: "
…
"
OK
Defined Values
None
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSERST?
+BSERST: "
serinfo:1.0 driver revision:
0: uart:AT91_SERIAL mmio:0xFEFFF200
RTS|CTS|DTR|DSR|CD|RI
1: uart:AT91_SERIAL mmio:0xFEFC0000
2: uart:AT91_SERIAL mmio:0xFEFC4000
3: uart:AT91_SERIAL mmio:0xFEFC8000
RTS|DTR|DSR|CD|RI
4: uart:AT91_SERIAL mmio:0xFEFCC000
RTS|CTS|DTR|DSR|CD|RI
"
OK
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irq:6 tx:0 rx:0 DSR|CD|RI
irq:7 tx:0 rx:0 DSR|CD|RI
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The following table shows the allocation of serial port number per modem model:
Port #
0
1
2
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
RF Diag
RF Diag
RF Diag
RF Diag
RF Data
RF Data
RF Data
RF Data
3
4
5
User port
User port
User port
User port
User port
User port
GPS A
GPS A
GPS B
GPS B
Model
BT-4200
BT-5200
BT-4400
BT-5400
BT-4600
BT-5600
BT-5600v2
BT-5800v2
BT-6400
BT-6600
BT-6800
GPS
GPS
User port
User port
User port
User port
User port
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27.5 +BPINGH: Ping a Host IP address
Description
This command is used to diagnose IP connectivity problems. It reports the results of a 4-packet ping (ICMP echo
requests) on a given IP address.
Note: Support of ICMP packets is subject to carrier policies. Some carriers disable support of this protocol on their
networks.
Availability
Since FW version 3.4.0
Parameter “data bytes in packets” available since 3.8.10
Command Syntax
AT+BPINGH=<IP address>,<data bytes in packets>
Response Syntax
+BPINGH: "PING …
…
"
OK
Defined Values
<IP address>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
IP address of the host to ping.
<data bytes in packets>
nnnn
Data bytes in each packet.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BPINGH=?
AT+BPINGH="205.205.17.71"
or
AT+BPINGH="205.205.17.71",1024
+BPINGH: <IP Address>,data bytes in packets>
OK
+BPINGH:"PING 205.205.17.71 (205.205.17.71): 0 data bytes
28 bytes from 205.205.17.71: icmp_seq=0 ttl=107
time=1384.7 ms
28 bytes from 205.205.17.71: icmp_seq=1 ttl=107 time=436.4
ms
28 bytes from 205.205.17.71: icmp_seq=2 ttl=107 time=201.9
ms
28 bytes from 205.205.17.71: icmp_seq=3 ttl=107 time=201.7
ms
--- 205.205.17.71 ping statistics --4 packets transmitted, 4 packets received, 0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max = 201.7/556.1/1384.7 ms
"
OK
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27.6 +BPINGP: Ping a TCP/IP Port
Description
This command is used to diagnose IP connectivity problems. It reports the results of a connection attempt on a TCP IP
address and port.
The timeout for establishing the connection is set to 30 seconds.
In case of success, the connection is closed immediately after being established.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.1
Command Syntax
AT+BPINGP=<IP address>,<port>
Response Syntax
+BPINGP: <connection status>
OK or ERROR
Defined Values
<IP address>
"nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn"
IP address of the host.
1..65535
TCP/IP port.
<port>
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BPINGP="66.201.210.204",80
AT+BPINGP="66.201.210.204",8080
+BPINGP: connection established after 0.472 sec
OK
+BPINGP: Connection Timeout after 30.000 sec
ERROR
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27.7 +BCONTK: Query IP connection track table
Description
This diagnosis command is used to query the IP connection track table.
Availability
Since FW version 3.4.0
Command Syntax (specific connection)
AT+BCONTK=<connection Id>,<port>
Command Syntax (all connections)
AT+BCONTK?
Response Syntax
+BCONTK: "
…
"
OK
Defined Values
<connection Id>:
1..15 characters identifying the connection (example, "udp", "tcp", …)
<port>:
0
All the ports of the given <connection Id> are reported.
1..65535
Port number
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BCONTK="tcp", 6070
+BCONTK:"
tcp
6 431736 ESTABLISHED src=192.168.111.20
dst=192.168.111.1 sport=60077 dport=6070 packets=13 bytes=543
src=192.168.111.1 dst=192.168.111.20 sport=6070 dport=60077
packets=11 bytes=821 [ASSURED] mark=0 use=1
"
OK
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27.8 +BNETST: Query the network state
Description
This diagnosis command is used to query the network state.
Availability
Since FW version 3.4.0
Command Syntax
AT+BNETST?
Response Syntax
+BNETST: "
…
"
OK
Defined Values
None
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BNETST?
+BNETST:"
Active Internet connections (servers and established)
Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address
Foreign Address
tcp
0
0 *:time
*:*
tcp
0
0 *:discard
*:*
tcp
0
0 *:daytime
*:*
tcp
0
0 *:5070
*:*
tcp
0
0 *:9999
*:*
tcp
0
0 *:ftp
*:*
tcp
0
0 *:6070
*:*
tcp
0
0 *:telnet
*:*
tcp
0
0 192.168.111.1:6070
192.168.111.20:60077
ESTABLISHED
udp
0
0 *:21000
*:*
*truncated*"
OK
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LISTEN
LISTEN
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27.9 +BSUPTM: Query the system up time
Description
This diagnosis command is used to query the system up time (how long since the last restart).
Availability
Since FW version 3.4.0 (version 3.4.9 added report on memory and process usage)
Command Syntax
AT+BSUPTM?
Response Syntax
+BSUPTM: "
…
"
OK
The response string includes:

The modem system date: YYYY-MM-DD

The modem system time: HH:MM:SS

Memory Used / Total available in kilo bytes and percentage of free memory

Number of processes

CPU load average for the last 1, 5 and 15 minutes

Modem up time (how long since last restart) in days, hours, minutes and seconds
Defined Values
None
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BSUPTM?
+BSUPTM:"
2010-05-03 12:55:01 Memory: 17768/29856 KB - 59% free - 53 processes loads: 0.00, 0.05, 0.04 - up 7 min 35 s"
OK
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27.10 +BIFCON: Query network interface configuration
Description
This diagnosis command is used to query the configuration and statistics of a network interface. The available network
interfaces depend on the modem configuration and state.
Availability
Since FW version 3.4.0
Command Syntax
AT+BIFCON=<interface name>
Response Syntax
+BIFCON: "
…
"
OK
Defined Values
<interface name>:
1..15 characters
Interface name:
"eth0"
Ethernet (RJ45) interface
"usb0"
Ethernet over USB interface
“wlan0”
Wi-Fi interface
"ppp0"
Point-to-point
"lo"
Loop-back Ethernet interface
"gre0"
GRE encapsulation interface
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BIFCON="usb0"
+BIFCON:"
usb0
Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:13:47:00:01:B7
inet addr:192.168.111.1 Bcast:192.168.111.255
Mask:255.255.255.0
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MTU:1500 Metric:1
RX packets:704 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:285 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000
RX bytes:59387 (57.9 KiB) TX bytes:46277 (45.1 KiB)
"
OK
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27.11 +BRFMST: Query RF Module serial ports state
Description
This diagnosis command is used to query the state of the RF module serial port.
Availability
Since FW version 3.4.0
BT-4600, BT-4600A, BT-5600, BT-5600A EVDO modems only.
Command Syntax
AT+BRFMST?
Response Syntax
+BRFMST: "
…
"
OK
Defined Values
None
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BRFMST?
+BRFMST: "
0 port 0 tx:64 rx:239 cd:2 CTS|DSR
0 port 1 tx:150270 rx:623170 RTS|DTR
0 port 2 tx:0 rx:0
"
OK
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27.12 +BRSTDI: Query modem reset reasons
Description
This diagnosis command is used to query up to the last 12 reasons why the modem reset.
Availability
Since FW version 3.7.2
Command Syntax
AT+BRSTDI?
Response Syntax
+BRSTDI: "
<date >,<time>,<action>,<reason>
"
OK
Defined Values
<date>:
<time>:
<action>:
<reason>:
Reset date in YYYY-MM-DD format
Reset time in HH:MM:SS format (24 hours)
Action performed:
RESTART MODEM
The whole modem is reset.
RESTART BLUEX
The firmware is restarted.
Reason for the reset.
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BRSTDI?
+BRSTDI: "
2009-03-11,16:14:26,RESTART
2009-03-11,16:42:21,RESTART
2009-04-24,16:17:05,RESTART
2009-04-24,16:22:27,RESTART
2009-06-22,14:57:54,RESTART
2009-06-22,16:31:33,RESTART
2009-06-29,11:53:00,RESTART
reached)
"
OK
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MODEM,+BRESET=0
MODEM,+BRESET=0
MODEM,CnS OTASP reset
MODEM,+BRESET=0
MODEM,CnS OTASP reset
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27.13 +BSERVICE: Query modem IP services
Description
This diagnosis command is used to query settings of the modem IP services.
Availability
Since FW version 3.6.0
Command Syntax
AT+BSERVICE?
Response Syntax
+BSERVICE: tftp,<TFTP server IP>,<modem TFTP client IP>,69
OK
Defined Values
tftp
<TFTP server IP >
<modem TFTP client IP >
69
TFTP service (Advanced firmware upgrade)
IP address of the TFTP server used to retrieve code for Advanced Firmware upgrade.
IP address used by the modem during Advanced Firmware upgrade.
TFTP port number
Example:
Commands
AT+BSERVICE?
AT+BSERVICE?
AT+BSERVICE?
Responses
+BSERVICE: tftp,192.168.222.180,192.168.222.164,69
OK
+BSERVICE: tftp,192.168.88.180,192.168.88.101,69
OK
+BSERVICE: tftp,192.168.222.178,192.168.222.164,69
OK
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27.14 +BUSBHOST: Query USB host information
Description
This command is used to query USB host information
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.9
Command Syntax
AT+BUSBHOST?
Response Syntax
+BUSBHOST: 1,1,”
…
“
OK
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BUSBHOST?
+BUSBHOST: 1,1,"
ftdi_sio ttyUSB3:
from ttyUSB3
ftdi_sio ttyUSB4:
from ttyUSB4
usb 1-2: FTDI USB
usb 1-2: FTDI USB
"
OK
FTDI USB Serial Device converter now disconnected
FTDI USB Serial Device converter now disconnected
Serial Device converter now attached to ttyUSB3
Serial Device converter now attached to ttyUSB4
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27.15 +BOVCMT: Control overcommit of system memory
Description
This command is used to query and setup overcommit of system memory
Availability
Since FW version 3.8.13
Command Syntax
AT+BOVCMT=<overcommit_memory>, <overcommit_ratio>
Response Syntax
+BOVCMT: 2,100
Defined Values
<overcommit_memory>
0
1
2
<overcommit_ratio>
Default: as before
Never refuse any malloc()
Be precise about the overcommit - never commit a virtual address space larger than swap
space plus a percentage (overcommit_ratio) of the physical memory
0 – 100 (expressed as a percentage of physical memory)
Example:
Commands
Responses
AT+BOVCMT?
+BOVCMT: 2,100
OK
OK
AT+BOVCMT= 2,50
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28 Command Index
$QCMIP
$QCMIPGETP
&C
&D
&E
&F
&G
&K
&P
&Q
&R
&S
&V
&W
&Y
\APPP
\K
+++
+BAIGET
+BAPPDI
+BAPPEN
+BAPPRM
+BAPPSA
+BCDIAG
+BCFGV
+BCFGW
+BCMODE
+BCONTK
+BCPADV
+BCPAPN
+BCPDNS
+BCPINS
+BCPNAC
+BDCITO
+BDHCPE
+BDHCPL
+BDHCPR
+BDIGET
+BDMZIP
+BDOSET
+BETHIP
+BEVAIS
+BEVCMD
+BEVDIS
+BEVENT
+BEVGHS
+BEVGOS
+BEVGSS
+BEVLOG
+BEVRFS
+BEVRPR
+BFRBE
95
96
35
36
251
31
251
251
251
251
251
251
28
29
251
252
251
19
220
249
247
250
248
113
33
32
99
261
94
97
93
92
91
105
139
141
140
218
152
219
138
230
239
229
222
233
235
231
245
237
225
64
+BFTPE
+BFWUPS
+BGETLG
+BGPSDS
+BGPSDT
+BGPSGT
+BGPSID
+BGPSLOG
+BGPSNM
+BGPSOD
+BGPSOE
+BGPSPR
+BGPSRD
+BGPSRP
+BGPSSM
+BGPSSV
+BGPSTP
+BGREDI
+BGREIP
+BGREKEY
+BGREMR
+BGREOPT
+BGRETUN
+BGSMST
+BIFCON
+BIGNIT
+BINITS
+BIPACE
+BIPACL
+BIPFWD
+BIPFWDI
+BIPINF
+BIPMTU
+BIPNAT
+BIPPTE
+BIPREG
+BIPSCO
+BIPSDI
+BIPSDPD
+BIPSEN
+BIPSGA
+BIPSIA
+BIPSIL
+BIPSKN
+BIPSLN
+BIPSPA
+BIPSPL
+BIPSPM
+BIPSPS
+BIPSPSK
+BIPSSA
+BIPSSN
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87
254
203
215
214
202
216
206
213
212
204
209
207
210
211
205
158
151
156
157
155
154
122
264
80
81
184
185
148
150
136
146
153
137
143
174
178
177
162
163
168
167
166
165
172
171
170
175
176
182
164
+BLODAT
+BLOGDS
+BLOGMD
+BMCASTR
+BMDIAG
+BMNAME
+BMTIME
+BNCON
+BNETST
+BNSTAT
+BNTP
+BNTPST
+BOTASP
+BOTAST
+BPINGH
+BPINGP
+BPNGKA
+BPPPAP
+BPPPIP
+BPPPKA
+BPPPTR
+BPTOIP
+BPVCMD
+BPVCME
+BPVMLC
+BPVNAM
+BRESET
+BRFMST
+BRFPON
+BRPRDS
+BRPSWD
+BRSTDI
+BRSTRT
+BSERAO
+BSERMD
+BSERST
+BSERVICE
+BSFMBS
+BSFMRM
+BSFMST
+BSIMNUM
+BSIPDI
+BSIPDMO
+BSIPDS
+BSIPFB
+BSIPFC
+BSIPFS
+BSIPFT
+BSIPIT
+BSIPLS
+BSIPSA
+BSIPSE
123
255
256
159
111
66
83
106
262
115, 117, 119
84
85
130
131
259
260
108
100
142
107
101
133
127
129
125
126
78
265
63
227
62
266
79
41
40
257
267
242
244
243
76
198
189
188
193
195
194
196
197
190
199
192
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+BSIPSV
+BSMSEV
+BSROUTE
+BSUPTM
+BSYNCF
+BUSBIP
+BWANDT
+BWANIT
+BWANON
+BWANRT
+BWDTEN
+BWGET
+CAD
+CCED
+CCID
+CCLK
+CCREG
+CFUN
+CGACT
+CGATT
+CGDCONT
+CGMR
+CGSN
+CIMI
191
240
160
263
241
145
103
104
106
102
82
88
53
45
75
60
50
59
55
54
48
71
72
74
+CNUM
+COPN
+COPS
+CREG
+CSQ
+CSS
+GMI
+GMM
+GMR
+GSN
+ICF
+IFC
+IPR
A
B
C
D
DP
DT
E
G
H
I
L
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73
56
57
50
43
51
69
70
71
72
38
39
37
18
251
251
16
16
16
24
251
20
67
251
M
N
O
P
Q
S0
S1
S10
S11
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
T
V
W
X
Y
Z
Z1
251
251
21
251
25
22
251
252
252
251
252
252
252
252
252
252
252
251
26
251
251
251
252
30
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