July 8, 2019 - 2:10pm, 8582 views
Is it possible to open an FTP connection through java?
Do you have an example?
The JRC version is correct for your firmware. If you tried firmware update with gWinSwup and it failed please make sure that autostart is still on (AT^SCFG? command). gWinSwup should also create a log file in it's directory - you can check what has failed. You should do the firmware update on the modem interface (to be found under modems in Windows device manager) or ASC0.
Thanks four your help Bartłomiej,
The firmware upgrade process worked, but URC 'ftp is not shown yet.Would you like to have a look at my module through a remote connection by software Team Viewer?
I give you access
I have really run out of the ideas about what could be wrong with the module to cause such a problem.
So I have tried your terminal and it also worked for me. Then I have configured it according to the screen from you and I got the same result as you have - no URCs.
It worked again when I enabled hardware flow control. Please try on your side. It seems that this may be the terminal issue. To know more you'd have to trace the communication on USB. With my terminal it works regardless of flow control settings, I have tried one freeware that was behaving in the same way as yours and one which wasn't working with both settings.
Thank for your help
i enable control flow at below config
its working 0/
I promise to bother you just one more time, now how do I get these URC's in my java application?
would you have an example?
If you have installed Gemalto SDK for the module you should be able to find this example somewhere in 'C:\Users\Public\Cinterion' folder or via Start menu. There is AtCmdDemo project. You can register ATCommandListener object where you should be able to catch all URCs which are not returned as a part of AT^SISO reply in ATEvent() method. You should add the listener to the same ATCommand object instance that you use for configuration and opening your ftp connection.
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