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Topic: TCP IP STACK ON GPRS MODEM (Read 149 times) previous topic - next topic

casemod

Hi,

So it looks like the tutorials I could find to connect to the internet using a GPRS modem all use the inbuilt TCP/IP stack.
I am using a modem that does not have this. it relies on a PPP (dial up) link and returns a code when inputting AT commands specific for the TCP IP stack.

So my question is, did someone managed to successfully implement this or will I be forced to trow my RS-232 3G modem and use a GPRS shield instead? 

pylon

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So my question is, did someone managed to successfully implement this or will I be forced to trow my RS-232 3G modem and use a GPRS shield instead? 


Yes, use a GPRS shield instead. You probably will never get a complete PPP client into the RAM and flash of an Arduino.

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