COMMANDS


The execution of an activity by the device is started with specific commands, most of which is preceded by a preamble:



AT#

generic commands

AT+

commands reserved to PLMN module


Except for some cases, commands are accepted from any bearer and within rules:


CONSOLE

RJ45 serial port

most accepted after login

SMS

Within messages

password required at the beginning of the message

API

From the SMM server

password required at the beginning of the message

EMAIL

In the subject of an email

password required at the beginning of the message

CHAT

In a chat message

password required at the beginning of the message

RULES

Within rules

no answer will be returned


The answer to the command is returned to the originator, unless the character > is present in the command, specifying REDIRECTION to another destination:


>COM

answer is redirected to the console

>:file

answer is appended to file, typically into S:LOG

If the file does not exist it will be created


The following syntactical definitions apply:


<Cr>

Carriage return character. ASCII decimal value is 13.

<Lf>

Line feed character. ASCII decimal value is 10.

<...>

Parameter is enclosed in angle brackets.

they do not appear in the command line

[...]

Optional sub-parameter is enclosed in square brackets.

they do not appear in the command line