Page of 117
Download Table of ContentsContents Print This PagePrint Bookmark

Motorola iM1000 User Manual

Data modem.
Hide thumbs
Motorola
TM
iM1000
Data Modem
TM
for Windows
95,
TM
Windows
98
TM
and Windows
NT
User's Guide
January 20, 2000

   Related Manuals for Motorola iM1000

   Summary of Contents for Motorola iM1000

  • Page 1

    Motorola iM1000 Data Modem for Windows Windows and Windows User’s Guide January 20, 2000...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Mounting ........5...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    If you Change the Baud Rate Setting of Your Modem ..56 How to Change "Motorola iDEN iX1000 Modem Baud Rate Setting" ....... . 56 How to Change the "iDEN Packet Data Connection...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Appendix ......... 69 For Advanced Users .

  • Page 5: Im1000 - Data Modem

    M1000 - DATA MODEM ongratulations on purchasing your Motorola iM1000 stand-alone data modem. Your iM1000 offers wireless access to the internet. This data modem offers the following features: • Packet Data Transfer for IP DTE • Packet Data Transfer for non-IP DTE (Hayes compatible packet data).

  • Page 6: Overview

    Modem Overview Packet Data Internet E-Mail Connect to the Internet Configure modem Install the Packet Data Software Connect the Data Cable and insert the pwr on plug Rear Panel Circuit Data Faxes Start the Communication Software Define the Circuit Data...

  • Page 7

    N O T E You may use the following information as a fast path to installation. To prepare your computer and iM1000 data modem for wireless data use, the following procedures are necessary: • Connect the cable. Connect the modem to the computer via the data cable.

  • Page 8: Installation Requirements

    files. For more information see “Starting the Internet Connection” on page 45. The LED indicators located on the front panel of the iM1000 show the service state. Table 1: Status Light (LED) Indicator...

  • Page 9: Hardware Installation, Introduction, Before You Start Installing, Ignition Sense Cable, Installation Planning

    Accessories Cable installed or a connected power-on plug. Installation Planning Planning is the key to fast and easy iM1000 installation. Before a hole is drilled or a wire is run, inspect the vehicle and determine how and where you intend to mount the antenna, iM1000, and the accessories. Plan wire and cable runs to provide maximum protection from pinching, crushing, and overheating.

  • Page 10: Antenna Mounting, Dc Power Cable Installation

    DC Power Cable Installation The iM1000 must be operated only in negative ground electrical systems. Reverse polarity does not damage the iM1000; however, the iM1000 protection circuits cause the cable fuse to blow. Check the ground polarity before you begin installation.

  • Page 11: Mounting Im1000 - Vehicle Installation

    Figure 3. Power Cable Assembly Mounting iM1000 - Vehicle Installation 1. Select the location to mount your iM1000 - either on the transmission bump or under the dashboard. When mounting the iM1000 on the transmission hump, ensure that the transmission housing is not affected.

  • Page 12: Switched Power Connection

    6. Plug the power cable into the iM1000 power connector. Figure 4. Connections to the iM1000 Rear Panel Power Configuration To turn on the iM1000 moden, an ignition signal is required at the ignition connector. It can be supplied in two ways. Switched Power Connection When installed in a vehicle, the modem receives the ignition signal from the vehicle’s ignition switch.

  • Page 13: Continuous Power Connection, Data Cable Installation

    (with the plug) to the iM1000 ignition connector. Continuous Power Connection A power on plug is permanently plugged into the ignition connector. When the power is supplied to the iM1000 DC Power connector, the modem turns Antenna iM1000 Figure 6. Continuous Power Connection...

  • Page 14: Setting Up Windows Components, Verifying And Installing Dial-up Networking

    Modem SETTING UP WINDOWS COMPONENTS The Installation software automatically installs the packet data application on your IBM PC-compatible computer with Windows installed. Windows must have Dial-Up Networking Version 1.3 or later and the TCP/ IP protocol installed. N O T E If your version of Dial-up Networking is earlier than Version 1.3, you can go to the Microsoft™...

  • Page 15

    Setting Up Windows Components Figure 7. Add/Remove Programs - Windows Setup Window 5. Highlight “Communications” in the Components box. 6. Click “Details”. The Communications window opens.

  • Page 16

    Modem Figure 8. Communications Window 7. In the Communications window, perform the steps given in item (a.) or (b.) below: a. If the selection box to the left of “Dial Up Networking” has a check mark in it, click “Cancel” to close the window. Click “Cancel”...

  • Page 17: Verifying And Installing The Tcp/ip Protocol

    Setting Up Windows Components Verifying and Installing the TCP/IP Protocol Use this procedure to ensure that your computer has the TCP/IP protocol installed. 1. From the Control Panel on your desktop, double-click “Network”. The Network window opens. Your screen might not look exactly like the one illustrated .

  • Page 18

    Modem Figure 10. Select Network Component Type Window 4. Highlight “Protocol” then click “Add”. The Select Network Protocol window opens. Figure 11. Select Network Protocol Window 5. Under Manufacturer, select “Microsoft”. 6. Under Network Protocol, select “TCP/IP”, then click “OK”. The TCP/IP Dial-Up Adapter appears in the list.

  • Page 19: Installing The Dial-up Adapter

    Setting Up Windows Components Installing the Dial-Up Adapter When you select “TCP/IP Protocol”, you are asked to select a network adapter. If you receive a message that you do not have one installed, use the following procedure to install one. If you have a Dial-Up Adapter installed, skip this section and go to “Installation Instructions”...

  • Page 20: Installation Instructions, Connecting The Cable

    Modem INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS This section provides information for connecting the data cable and installing the software. N O T E To install the Wireless Data Services software on a computer or hand-held device that does not have Windows installed, or if you do not have the installation disks, proceed to “Configuring the modem for Packet Data—...

  • Page 21: Installing The Software

    Installing the Software The Installation software enables packet data service. I M P O R T A N T During installation, if you receive a message that you do not have one or more of the required Windows components installed, see “Setting Up Windows Components” on page 10.

  • Page 22

    Modem Figure 15. User Information Window 8. Enter your name and company, if it is not displayed. 9. Click “Next”. The Choose Destination Location window opens. Figure 16. Choose Destination Location Window 10. Click “Next” to accept the default Destination Folder. The Select Program Folder window opens.

  • Page 23

    Figure 17. Select Program Folder Window 11. Click “Next” to accept the default Program Folder, iDEN Data Modem Applet. The installation program starts. A status window opens while the files are copying. After the files are copied, you can add a shortcut to your Windows desktop.

  • Page 24: Windows Nt Installation Only (steps 14 - 38)

    Modem Windows NT Installation Only (Steps 14 - 38) 14. For Windows NT, an information window opens with a message that wireless modems will be installed. Figure 19. Begin Modem Installation 15. Click “OK”. The Installing New Modem window opens.

  • Page 25

    Installation Instructions Figure 21. Modem Selection Window 18. Click “Have Disk”, then click “Next”. The Install From Disk window opens. Figure 22. Install From Disk Window 19. Type the name of the drive that contains the CD. 20. Click Browse. The Locate File Window opens.

  • Page 26

    22. Click “Open”. The Locate File window opens again. 23. Click “OK”. The Install New Modem window opens. Figure 24. Install New Modem Window 24. Make sure “Motorola iDEN iX1000” is highlighted. 25. Click “Next”. The Port Selection Window opens.

  • Page 27

    Installation Instructions Figure 25. Port Selection Window 26. Highlight the COM port to which your modem is to be connected and click “Next”. The Modem Installation Finish window opens. Figure 26. Modem Installation Finish Window 27. Click “Finish”. 28. “Configure the Data Modem in RAS Manager Window” opens Figure 27.

  • Page 28

    Modem 29. Click “OK”. The Network Configuration window opens. Figure 28. Network Configuration Window 30. Click “Services”. The Network Services Selection window opens Figure 29. Network Services Selection Window 31. Highlight “Remote Access Service” and click “Properties”. The Remote...

  • Page 29

    Figure 30. RAS Access Setup Window 32. Click “Add”. The Add RAS Device window opens. N O T E If a modem is already inserted in the same COM port as the data-capable modem, click “Remove” to remove it and then click “Add”.

  • Page 30

    Modem 36. The Computer Restart window opens. Click “Yes”. Figure 32. Computer Restart Window 37. When the Windows banner appears during the computer restart, “log on”. 38. The installation will automatically resume. 39. The ‘setup complete window” appears. Setup Complete for Windows NT Figure 33.

  • Page 31

    Setup Complete for Windows 95 and Windows 98 Figure 34. Communication Setting Window 42. Click “ Auto Detect” and then click “ OK” . Figure 35. Windows, “Setup Complete” Window 43. At the setup window choose ‘Yes, I want to restart my computer now” and click “Finish”...

  • Page 32: Configuring Your Modem, Packet Data Services

    Modem CONFIGURING YOUR MODEM The next step is to set up your computer and modem for packet data and circuit-switched data services. Setting Up Your Computer and Modem for Packet Data Services To set up your computer and modem for Packet Data Services, perform the following steps: 1.

  • Page 33

    Figure 37. Modem Configurations Window To Configure the PC/Laptop Profile 1. Click “PC/Laptop Profile”. The Configuration Program-PC Profile window opens with the Networking tab active. Figure 38. PC/Laptop Networking Window 2. Enter the modem’s IP address, as provided by your iDEN carrier, if it is not already entered.

  • Page 34

    Modem 4. Click “modem”. The modem Settings window opens. Figure 39. Modem Settings Window 5. Make sure the settings match those shown in Figure 39. 6. When you finish, click “Configure” to save your information. A window opens to indicate your modem is successfully configured.

  • Page 35

    To Configure the Hayes Compatible Profile 1. Click "Hayes Compatible Profile". The Configuration Program - Hayes Profile window opens with the Networking tab active. Figure 40. Hayes Compatible Networking Window N O T E If Hayes Compatible Profile is disabled you should first change the services setup.

  • Page 36

    Modem Figure 41. Modem Settings Window 5. Make sure that the settings match those shown in Figure 40. 6. Click "Buffer Parameters". The Buffer Parameters window opens. Figure 42. Buffer Parameters Window...

  • Page 37: Modem's Services Setup

    7. Enter the buffer parameters for the Hayes Compatible Packet Data service. When you finish, click "OK". 8. After you have entered all parameters, click "configure" to save your information. A window opens to indicate that your modem is successfully configured. 9.

  • Page 38: Verifying Modem Installation

    2. Double-click “Control Panel” and then double-click “Modems”. The Modems Properties window opens. 3. Make sure the Motorola iDEN iX1000 modem is on the displayed list. Figure 44. Modems Properties Window 4. If you have special dialing requirements, click “Dialing Properties”.

  • Page 39

    Configuring Your Modem Figure 45. Dialing Properties Window 5. In the Modem Properties window, click “close” again. 6. Close the Control Panel window.

  • Page 40: Creating A Dial-up Networking Connection In Windows

    Modem Creating a Dial-Up Networking Connection in Windows The setup program attempts to create the dial-up networking connection automatically. However, some versions of Windows 95 require that you create it manually. If you get such a message, use the following procedure.

  • Page 41

    5. At “Type a name for the computer you are dialing”, type iDEN Packet Data Connection. 6. At “Select a modem”, if the Motorola iDEN modem does not appear, click the down arrow and select it. 7. Click “Next” to confirm this selection. The Make New Connection window changes and now displays fields for entering the modem...

  • Page 42

    Modem The next screen informs you that you successfully created a new Dial- Up Networking connection called “iDEN Packet Data Connection”, the same name you entered previously. 10. Click “Finish”. This procedure creates the iDEN Packet Data Connection icon in the Dial-Up Networking window.

  • Page 43

    Configuring Your Modem Figure 52. iDEN Packet Data Connection Window 13. Click “Server Types”. The Server Types window opens. Take figure 52 from printed book Figure 53. Server Types Settings...

  • Page 44

    Modem 14. Make sure that the “Type of Dial-Up Server” is PPP :Windows 95, Windows NT 3.5, Internet. 15. Make sure that the selection box next to “TCP/IP” is checked. Remove the check marks from all other selection boxes.

  • Page 45: Customize User Settings

    Customize User Settings You can customize some of the settings on your modem using the Configuration Program. I M P O R T A N T Do not customize user settings unless you are instructed to do so by your carrier. You could damage your modem. However, you can “Change Passcode”...

  • Page 46: To Change Service Key, To Reset The Service Key, To Perform A Master Reset

    Modem N O T E Hereafter, you should proceed according to the specific option you would like to perform. See respective options given below: To Change Service Key: 1. Enter your passcode in the Change Service Key section. 2. Click "Change Key". The "Are you sure?" window opens.

  • Page 47: To Select Alternate Numeric Assignment Module (nam), To Edit The Network Number List

    To select Alternate Numeric Assignment Module (NAM): 1. Click "Provider". The Provider window opens. Figure 56. User Setting Provider Window 1. Select the requested NAM in the NAM section. 2. Click "OK" to confirm. . 3. A window opens to indicate that you have selected a new NAM. 4.

  • Page 48: To Change Your Secret Four-digit Passcode

    Modem 1. Edit the pre-programmed network number list and select roaming options. 2. Click "OK" to confirm. 3. A window opens to indicate that the network number list is successfully configured. 4. Click "Close". The Modem Configurations window reappears. Click "Exit".

  • Page 49: Starting The Internet Connection, Connecting With Packet Data Services

    Starting the Internet Connection STARTING THE INTERNET CONNECTION There are two ways that you can connect to the Internet with an iDEN modem: packet data and circuit-switched data. • Packet Data—uses an IP address rather than a modem number. • Circuit-Switched Data—uses a data modem number. Connecting with Packet Data Services When a packet-data connection is active, your Internet service provider is your iDEN carrier.

  • Page 50: After You Are Connected To The Internet

    Modem Figure 59. Dialer Window 2. Click “Connect”. As the connection starts, you will see the following messages: ONNECTING ONNECTED SUCCESSFULLY After You Are Connected to the Internet The LED located on the front panel of the modem flashes green to indicate that your modem is packet-data registered.

  • Page 51

    Starting the Internet Connection You can end your Packet Data connection by clicking “Disconnect”. • Displays the “iDEN Packet Data Service” window, which provides a convenient picture of your modem’s current signal strength. Figure 61. iDEN Status Window You can view the expanded status box by clicking “Mode” then “Advanced”. For more information about the iDEN status window, see “Using the iDEN Packet Data Service Window”...

  • Page 52: When You Are Connected, Using The Iden Packet Data Service Window

    Modem When You Are Connected When your iDEN modem is connected to your computer with the data cable, and your packet data modem is selected, you are Packet Data Registered even if you are not actively transmitting data. Your PC displays a floppy disk icon, indicating that your modem is ready to make packet data calls.

  • Page 53: Normal Mode

    Starting the Internet Connection Normal Mode Normal mode indicates that communication with your iDEN modem has started. A status message is displayed with the appropriate indicators The following table describes the indicators that appear in Normal mode. Table 2: iDEN Communication Indicators Indicator Signal Strength This indicator displays six bars...

  • Page 54: Advanced Mode

    Modem Advanced Mode To open the Advanced Mode window: 1. From the Normal mode window, click “Mode”. 2. Click “Advanced”. The Advanced Mode window opens. Figure 64. iDEN Status Window - Advanced The following information is displayed: Carrier The hexadecimal equivalent for the carrier...

  • Page 55: Running Applications Over Packet Data, Ending A Packet Data Call

    Starting the Internet Connection Running Applications over Packet Data You can run any standard TCP/IP application during a packet data session. To start a packet-data session, double-click the iX1000 Packet Data Service icon. N O T E When a packet-data session is active, your service provider is your iDEN carrier and not an Internet service provider.

  • Page 56: Connecting To The Internet Via Circuit-switched Data

    AT commands refer to Hayes®-compatible modem commands. Make sure you have a Motorola iDEN data-enabled modem definition installed. For more information, see “Configuring Your Modem” on page 28.

  • Page 57

    3. Double-click “Make New Connection”. The Make New Connection window opens. Figure 68. Make New Connection Window 4. At “Select a modem”, select the name of the Motorola iDEN modem. 5. Click “Next”. Follow the instructions for your Internet Service Provider (ISP).

  • Page 58: Data Information

    Modem DATA INFORMATION If you need the following information: • The total number of kilobytes that were sent and received during your packet data communications (since the last time that you reset the TX/ RX Kbytes counter). • Your Circuit switched Data number.

  • Page 59

    2. Click “Information”. The “Data Information” window will open showing the TX/RX kilobytes counter, Circuit data number, and the baud rate setting for the modem Figure 70. Data Information Window 3. This window allows you to make some settings, as follows: To reset the TX/RX Kbytes counter: 1.

  • Page 60: If You Change The Baud Rate Setting Of Your Modem, Baud Rate Setting

    "auto") then you MUST change the baud rate setting for your computer in two locations (as specified below). Otherwise, your computer might have a problem connecting to the modem. How to Change "Motorola iDEN iX1000 Modem Baud Rate Setting" For Windows NT/95/98 1.

  • Page 61: How To Use Hayes Compatible Packet Data Mode

    How to Use Hayes Compatible Packet Data Mode To use iX1000 data modem in the Hayes Compatible Packet Data mode (circuit data AT command interface and packet data over the air), the user has to carry out the following steps: N O T E To check steps 2-7, use Hyper terminal (AT Command)

  • Page 62: Fax Services, Sending Faxes, Receiving Faxes

    Modem FAX SERVICES You can send and receive faxes using your existing Class 2-compatible communications software. You will not hear a dial tone during dialing operations. N O T E Before starting your communication software, see “Configuring Communications Software” on page 60.

  • Page 63: Tty Operation, Before You Make A Tty Call, Making A Tty Call

    4. Type ATD followed by the modem number in the following format: ATD###-####. You are now in TTY mode. N O T E Be sure to place your call to a TTY-specific modem number. For assistance contact Motorola at 1-877-483-2840. TTY Operation...

  • Page 64: Related Software, Online Service Software

    Modem RELATED SOFTWARE This section provides information about: • Online service software • Configuring communication software Online Service Software Online service software is distributed by an Internet Service Provider (ISP), a fee-based online subscription service, such as IBM ®...

  • Page 65

    b. Select “Data Modem Commands”. (1) Select “Advanced”. (2) Type &K3 S7=60 at the end of the existing initialization command. c. Select “Connect Messages”. (1) Turn off Autobaud Detect and set Locked Baud to 19.2 K. (Autobaud is only supported for serial speeds of 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, or 38400 baud.) (2) Set “Auto”.

  • Page 66: Troubleshooting

    Modem TROUBLESHOOTING If you have a problem while setting up and using your modem for data calls, read the symptoms and troubleshooting tips provided in the following table. If the system responds with an error message, refer to “Error Messages” on page 64.

  • Page 67

    Table 3: Identifying Symptoms Symptom Received data is Make sure that flow control is set to RTS/ unrecognizable. CTS (that is, hardware flow control is enabled) in the communication software and set to &K3. See Communications Software Data is intermittently Make sure that flow control is set to RTS/ lost.

  • Page 68: Error Messages

    Modem Error Messages While making or receiving data calls, you might receive error messages on your modem display or on the computer screen. Refer to the following list before contacting your carrier. Table 4: Error Messages Message In the Software Application The number that you called is busy;...

  • Page 69: Fatal Errors

    Fatal Errors When the LED indicator alternates between red and green it means that a fatal error has been detected during power-up. You may be requested by your carrier to get some more information about the error as follows: 1. Power-down the modem. 2.

  • Page 70

    Modem Figure 72. Self-Test Window 6. Choose the COM Port modem connection and click OK. 7. Wait for the message display notifying you to power-up the modem. 8. Power-up the modem and click OK. 9. The self-test results will be displayed after a few seconds.

  • Page 71: Customer Support

    N O T E Additional information for iDEN Wireless Data Services can be found on the Motorola iDEN web site at: http://www.mot.com/iDEN Customer Support...

  • Page 72: Accessories

    Modem ACCESSORIES Table 5: Accessories Table Kit Number NTENNAS HAF9067A Mobile Roof Mount Antenna FAD5524A Mobile Window Antenna RAF4136AMM Magnetic Antenna ABLES FKN4878A Power Cable FKN4868A Ignition Cable FKN4369A Data Cable (10 feet) FKN4803A Internal RF Cable LUGS FLN9400A...

  • Page 73: Appendix, For Advanced Users, Setting Hyperterminal

    APPENDIX For Advanced Users If you are an experienced user, refer to this section for: • Setting HyperTerminal • Installing packet data without the disk • Using AT commands and S-Registers Setting HyperTerminal To enter AT commands, you must set HyperTerminal. N O T E If, during this procedure, you cannot find the HyperTerminal file in the Accessories folder, search for it as...

  • Page 74

    Modem Figure 73. Modem Number Dialog Box 9. In the Connect using field, select the name of the Motorola iDEN iX1000 modem. 10. Click “OK”. The Connect window opens. Figure 74. Connect Window 11. Click “Dial”. 12. When your call is complete, click “Yes” to save and close the session or click “No”...

  • Page 75: Installing Dial-up Networking, Installation Requirements

    Configuring the modem for Packet Data— without the Disk If you installed the packet data software on Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT with the disk, skip this section. You can configure your modem for iDEN packet data services manually (that is, without the installation program) for an IBM PC-compatible computer, an Apple Macintosh computer, or a hand-held computing...

  • Page 76: Establishing Communication

    Modem Establishing Communication To set up your iDEN modem for packet data services using AT commands, you must first establish basic communication with the modem function of the modem. If you have not connected the data cable to the computer and your modem, do so now.

  • Page 77

    Configuring Port and Dial Settings If you are installing data modem on a computer or hand-held device that does not use Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT, configure your port and dial settings, as follows: Baud rate=19200 Data bits=8 Stop bits=1 Parity=None Duplex=Full...

  • Page 78: Activate Dtr Monitoring, Activate Dcd Management

    Modem Activate DTR Monitoring By factory default, the DCE does not monitor the DTR line of the DTE/ DCE physical connection. Many communications programs use the DTR line to terminate ongoing PPP/SLIP sessions. Therefore, you must activate DTR monitoring in the DCE.

  • Page 79: Mobile Ip Activation

    Select iDEN Packet Wireless Data The iDEN modem is capable of supporting multiple wireless data formats; therefore, you must select the desired data service. AT Command Select WDS-side stack Command Syntax AT+WS46=24 Expected Return Code(s) Select SLIP or PPP When iDEN Packet Data services are active, a SLIP or PPP connection is established between the computer and the modem.

  • Page 80: Mobile Ip Home Agent Address

    Modem Mobile IP Home Agent Address You must specify the IP address of the Home Agent. The following example uses the IP address 173.56.1.2. Substitute this value with the address supplied by your system administrator or service provider. AT Command...

  • Page 81: Header Compression

    Mobile Node IP Prefix Length The prefix length of an IP address is the number of contiguous (adjoining) bits that make up the network prefix of that IP address. This command sets the prefix length of the computer’s IP address (see “Set the Computer’s IP Address”...

  • Page 82: Saving Your At Settings

    The next step, then, is to save the settings in the modem’s non- volatile memory. Like many other modems, the iDEN modem is capable of storing more than one personality, or image, into non-volatile memory. Each image can then be read, altered, and saved without changing the contents of the others.

  • Page 83: Troubleshooting Diagnostic Commands, Extended Error Result Codes

    Troubleshooting Diagnostic Commands If a data connection could not be established, you might be able to determine the cause through the AT command interface. Follow the steps listed below: • Close all data applications. Otherwise, these applications might start a retry command that will interrupt your troubleshooting efforts.

  • Page 84

    Modem Table 6: Extended Error Result Codes Code Description The +WS45 command failed due to incompatibilities with the value of the +WS46 command. Invalid DTE-IP address was specified (+WPNEI). Invalid Home Agent Address was specified (+WV305). Invalid MIP Security Parameter Index was specified.

  • Page 85

    Table 6: Extended Error Result Codes Code Description Circuit Data Operation 1280 No information is available. 1290 Unspecified Transmit Phase A Error 1300 Unspecified Transmit Phase B Error 1320 Unspecified Transmit Phase C Error 1330 Unspecified Transmit Phase D Error 1350 Unspecified Receive Phase B Error 1360...

  • Page 86

    Modem Table 6: Extended Error Result Codes Code Description 1602 Channel type is not implemented. 1615 Service or option is not implemented. 1624 Incompatible destination.

  • Page 87: Commonly Used At Commands

    Commonly Used AT Commands The subset of AT commands supported by iDEN Wireless Data Services is provided in this section for your reference. These commands must be preceded by the command line prefix “AT”, for example, “ATa”. N O T E DCE refers to your iDEN modem.

  • Page 88

    Modem Dial This command instructs the DCE to originate a call. When the DCE receives the dial string from the computer, all non-numeric characters in the Dial String that are not recognized dial-modifiers are ignored. This allows the DTE to request modem numbers containing unsupported dial modifiers, hyphens, parenthesis, and other punctuation.

  • Page 89: Request Modem Information, Pulse Dialing

    Request Modem Information This command causes the modem to issue a string to provide product information. Action ATi<request> Query Range Parameter Values: OK Response code IDEN DTE/DCE Specification Version Software Model Product Model Product Manufacturer Go Online This command causes the modem to enter the online state from the online command state.

  • Page 90: Quiet Mode, Tone Dialing

    Modem Quiet Mode This command controls whether or not result codes are sent to the computer. If Quiet Mode is turned off, the result codes may be further modified by the Result Code Format and Extended Result Codes commands.

  • Page 91: Extended Result Codes, Restore User Defaults

    Extended Result Codes This command provides an extended result code selection. Action ATx<setting> Query AT&v Range Parameter Values: The modem does not return the result codes. DIALTONE The modem might return the code if appropriate, but does not return the result code.

  • Page 92: Dcd Behavior, Dtr Behavior

    Modem DCD Behavior This parameter determines how the DCD line (circuit 109) relates to the detection of received line signals from the distant end. Changing the parameter takes effect immediately in both the command and online command states. Action AT&c<setting>...

  • Page 93: Restore Factory Defaults

    Restore Factory Defaults This command causes the modem to reset all parameters and S-registers to their factory-defined default values. The optional parameter value, if present, must be 0. &F Action AT&f Query Range Local Flow Control (Traditional) This parameter selects the type of flow control used between the computer and the modem while in data transfer mode.

  • Page 94: Local Character Framing

    Modem Local Character Framing This parameter determines the local serial port asynchronous data framing. The second parameter is needed only if you select less than eight data bits. Action AT+icf=<Framing>[,<Parity>] Query AT+icf? Range AT+icf=? Parameter Values: +ICF Framing AutoDetect...

  • Page 95

    Local Flow Control (PCCA) This extended compound parameter controls the local flow control between the computer and the modem. The two numeric subparameters are DCE_by_DTE (which controls the data from the modem) and DTE_by_DCE (which controls the data from the computer). To change the settings of these parameters, use the &K command.

  • Page 96: Local Data Rate

    Modem Local Data Rate This numeric extended-format parameter specifies the data rate between the DTE and the DCE. Action AT+ipr=<rate> Query AT+ipr? Range AT+ipr=? Parameter Values: +IPR Automatic detection on baud rate, data framing Transmission speed in bits per second.

  • Page 97: Slip Mtu

    Change the DCE’s PIN This command sets the PIN that locks or unlocks the DCE. Note that you must specify the desired PIN, as well as the current PIN. The factory-default PIN is the ÒÓ or a value of Action AT+wcpn=<newPIN>,<oldPIN>...

  • Page 98: Select Mobile Ip Client

    Modem Select Mobile IP Client This parameter activates/deactivates the Mobile Node client in the DCE. The mobile host can operate in two modes to access the iDEN packet data network. Action AT+wv300=<MIP Mode> +WV300 Query AT+wv300? Range AT+wv300=? Parameter Values:...

  • Page 99: Mobile Ip Session Timer, Dte Ip Address

    Mobile IP Session Timer This command determines the maximum amount of time that a remote node can be registered with its Home Agent before having to renew its registration. This parameter sets a user preference for a value that is negotiated within the network.

  • Page 100: Data Encryption

    Modem DTE IP Address Prefix Length The Prefix-Length is the number of contiguous bits in an IP address that makes up the network prefix (or network number plus subnet number) of that IP address. This command sets the Prefix Length of the Mobile Node’s IP address, as specified by +WPNEI.

  • Page 101: Dte Stack, Wds Stack

    DTE Stack This command sets the protocol for communication between the DCE and the DTE. Circuit-switched data connections allow only the transparent character stream. For packet data connections, use SLIP or CSLIP or PPP. Action AT+ws45=<stack> +WS45 Query AT+ws45? Range AT+ws45=? Parameter Values: Transparent Character Stream...

  • Page 102: Packet Data Registration Timeout

    Modem Service Class This command switches between normal circuit-switched data mode and Class 2 fax mode. This setting has no effect during packet data service. Action AT+fclass=<class> FCLASS Query AT+fclass? Range AT+fclass=? Parameter Values: Class 0 operation (modem operation)

  • Page 103: Circuit Data Establishment Timeout, Circuit Data Idle Timer

    Circuit Data Establishment Timeout This command allows the DTE to specify the maximum amount of time between a request for a circuit data connection and the establishment of this connection. Action ATs7=<timer> Query ATs7? Range ATs7=? Parameter Values: 1-255 Seconds Default value Comma Dial Modifier Timer This command allows the DTE to set the duration of the...

  • Page 104: At Command Subset For Fax Operation

    Modem AT Command Subset for Fax Operation Your modem also supports a subset of the standard action command and response set commonly used in fax operation. Your communication software or specialized fax software uses these commands during regular fax operation.

  • Page 105: S-registers, Programming An S-register

    S-Registers S-registers are memory locations in the modem that you can program to suit your data communication needs. For instance, you can set up the modem to automatically answer all incoming data calls. S-registers are numbered from 0 (zero) to 255 (that is, S0 to S255). Since many of these registers are reserved for purposes of internal operation, you may customize only a subset of the modem’s registers.

  • Page 106: Reading The Value Of An S-register, Customizing S-registers

    Modem Reading the Value of an S-Register You may also want to read the value of a particular S-register. For a list of supported S-registers, see Table 8 on page 102. To read the value of an S-register: 1. Bring up the command mode of your communication software.

  • Page 107

    Table 8: Supported S-Registers Register # Command Line Terminating Character. Specifies the ASCII character to be used to terminate a command line without carrying out any command that might be issued. The valid range of values is 0 (zero) to 127. The default is 13, which represents the Enter (PC- compatible) or Return (Macintosh) key.

  • Page 108

    Modem Table 8: Supported S-Registers Register # Function Idle Timeout. Determines the amount of time that the modem waits in online mode for a command from the computer before disconnecting the call and returning to command mode. The valid range of values is 0 (zero) to 255 seconds.

  • Page 109: Exposure To Radio Frequency Energy, Safety And General Information

    The output power level typically may vary over a range from 0.0024 watts to 0.7 watts. Exposure To Radio Frequency Energy Your Motorola Radio Product is designed to comply with the following national and international standards and guidelines regarding exposure of human beings to radio frequency electromagnetic energy: •...

  • Page 110: Antenna And Installation Considerations, Interference To Medical And Personal Electronic Devices, Pacemakers, Hearing Aids

    Modem Antenna and Installation Considerations • All equipment must be properly installed in accordance with Motorola installation instructions. • To assure compliance with United States FCC regulations on RF exposure, the user of the equipment must position the antenna in such a way to maintain a separation of at least 8 inches (20 cms) between the antenna and the body of any user and nearby person.

  • Page 111: Safety And General, Use While Driving, Operational Warnings, Potentially Explosive Atmospheres

    Safety and General Information Safety and General Use While Driving Check the laws and regulations on the use of radio products in the area where you drive. Always obey them. When using the radio product while driving, please: • Give full attention to driving and to the road •...

  • Page 112: Operationalwarnings

    Modem OPERATIONAL WARNINGS W A R N I N G BLASTING CAPS AND AREAS To avoid possible interference with blasting operations, turn off your radio product when you are near electrical blasting caps, in a blasting area, or in areas posted: "Turn off two-way radio".

  • Page 113: Operational Cautions, Damaged Antennas, Cleaning Instructions

    Safety and General Information OPERATIONAL CAUTIONS C a u t i o n DAMAGED ANTENNAS Do not use any radio product with a damaged antenna. If a damaged antenna comes into contact with your skin, a minor burn can result. Cleaning Instructions Clean the external surfaces of the radio product with a damp cloth, using a mild solution of dishwashing detergent and water.

  • Page 114: Glossary

    Modem GLOSSARY asynchronous Data without an accompanying time signal. Timing is built into data characters as start and stop bits. AT command An order entered into the computer to request your modem to perform certain actions, such as dial a telemodem number. AT commands are Hayes-compatible modem commands.

  • Page 115

    Data Carrier Detect. An acceptable carrier signal received by the modem over the modem line. Also known as Received Line Signal Indicator (RLSI). Data Communications Equipment. The equipment that establishes, maintains and terminates a connection. It converts data into units of sound and vice versa for communication over telemodem or cellular networks.

  • Page 116

    Modem mobile IP Mobile Internet Protocol—a locating device. Provides the capability to locate you on the network at all times. modem MOdulator/DEModulator. An electronic device enabling digital data to be sent over analog transmission facilities. Converts a digital signal to analog and back to digital again.

  • Page 117

    service-specific A program that is designed for a designated software online service. stop bit A data bit used in asynchronous transmission to signal the end of a character. system administrator The person responsible for monitoring computer activity in a specified area, such as a department or a company.

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: