Thales Cinterion ENS22-E

AT command guide for: Cinterion® ENS22-E

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https://m2m-communication.gemalto.com/Thales_ENS22eV02_ATC

General AT Commands

Purpose

Command String

Configure/start a manual network selection

AT+COPS=[,[,[,]]]

For example: AT+COPS=1,2,”26201”

Check the received signal quality

AT^SMONI

Check the supported/configured bands of the UE

AT^SCFG?

Check the network registration status

AT+CEREG?

Configure the APN for IP-based connection

AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","<APN_name>"

Configure/activate the PSM mode

AT+CPSMS=[[,<Requested_Periodic-RAU>[,<Requested_GPRS-READYtimer>[,<Requested_Periodic-TAU>[,<Requested_Active-Time>]]]]]

For example: AT+CPSMS=1,,,01000011,00001111

Initialization and resuming of firmware over the air (FOTA) updates

AT+UCOAPFWT=0

Note: This AT command is used to resume FOTA transfer after interruption:
AT+UCOAPFWT=<remaining_blocks>

Check the firmware version

AT+CGMR

Modify the supported bands of the UE

AT^SCFG="Radio/Band/4G", “<lte_mask>s”

For example: AT^SCFG="Radio/Band/4G", “0x00000080“

Switch ON / OFF the transceiver

Activating the tranceiver: AT+CFUN=1

De-activating the tranceiver: AT+CFUN=0

AT Commands for Communication Protocols

Purpose

Command String

Configure/activate Rel. 13 Early Release Assistance Indicator

not supported by this module

Configure/activate the eDRX mode

AT+CEDRXS=,[,[,<Requested_eDRX_value>]]

For example: AT+CEDRXS=1

Modify eDRX parameters

AT+CEDRXS=,[,[,<Requested_eDRX_value>]]

For example: AT+CEDRXS=1,5,”0101”

Create a TCP/UDP socket and send data to remote via socket

AT^SICS Internet Connection Setup Profile and AT^SISS Internet Service Setup Profile needs to be used to create the connection profile
For example to create the profile for UDP:

AT^SICS=0,"conType","GPRS0"

AT^SICS=0,"apn","bm5m-ipv4-tvgwbn1-2.de.iot"

AT^SISS=1,"srvType","Socket"

AT^SISS=1,"conId",0

AT^SISS=1,"address","sockudp://10.23.22.85:5683;port=5685"

AT^SISO=1

Sending Data:

AT^SISW=, [, <Udp_RemClient>]

For example: AT^SISW=1,500

<500byte data>

Connect socket to remote address and port

AT^SICS Internet Connection Setup Profile and AT^SISS Internet Service Setup Profile needs to be used to create the connection profile
For example to create the profile for UDP:

AT^SICS=0,"conType","GPRS0"

AT^SICS=0,"apn","bm5m-ipv4-tvgwbn1-2.de.iot"

AT^SISS=1,"srvType","Socket"

AT^SISS=1,"conId",0

AT^SISS=1,"address","sockudp://10.23.22.85:5683;port=5685"

AT^SISO=1

Send data to remote via socket

AT^SISW=,[,<Udp_RemClient>]

For example: AT^SISW=1,500

<500byte data>


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