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pierrot10

Dear All,

I am using Arduino UNO and a GPRS shield SM5100B.

I also use that this to get a status
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cell.println("AT+SDATASTATUS=1")


It return me
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+SOCKSTATUS:  1,0,0100,0,0,0

I know that the secon 0 is an error, but I can not know what is that error, and what should I do.

Is there a liste of error?

Could you help?

Many thanks

Cheers
Pierre
Il ne suffit pas de tout savoir, la persévérance, c'est déjà presque tout!

PaulS

The response is coming from your AT device, not the Arduino. Asking on the SM5100B forum would be a better idea.

Generally, 0 is not an error.

James C4S

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ahref

@james I don't see how that is helpful. If you actually looked at most of those links you would notice documentation of the third field of this status response is unclear.

@pierr 0100 is undocumented. I cannot find it anywhere. Here is my post on sparkfun about this:
https://forum.sparkfun.com/viewtopic.php?t=34706&user_select=45522

I even commented on the actual product asking. I've also emailed the manafacturer.

No one knows.

From my experience 0100 means that the PDP context hasn't fully initialized. It is important to ensure you get an OK before you supply it with further commands.

the 0 in your response means socket is not connected. Just look at it and hope for a 1.

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