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Robustel M1000 Pro V2 User guide
Robustel GoRugged M1000 Pro V2
Dual SIM Industrial Serial to Cellular Gateway
For GSM/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS Networks
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About This Document
This document describes the hardware and software of the Robustel M1000 Pro V2 Dual SIM Industrial
Serial to Cellular Gateway.
Copyright© Guangzhou Robustel Technologies Co., Limited
All Rights Reserved.
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Disclaimer
No part of this document may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of the copyright owner.
The contents of this document are subject to revision without notice due to continued progress in methodology,
design and manufacturing. Robustel shall have no liability for any error or damage of any kind resulting from the use
of this document.
Technical Support Contact Information
Tel:
+86-18924045664
Fax:
+86-20-82321505
E-mail:
support@robustel.com
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Important Notice
Due to the nature of wireless communications, transmission and reception of data can never be guaranteed. Data
may be delayed, corrupted (i.e., have errors) or be totally lost. Although significant delays or losses of data are rare
when wireless devices such as the gateway are used in a normal manner with a well-constructed network, the
gateway should not be used in situations where failure to transmit or receive data could result in damage of any kind
to the user or any other party, including but not limited to personal injury, death, or loss of property. Robustel
accepts no responsibility for damages of any kind resulting from delays or errors in data transmitted or received
using the gateway, or for failure of the gateway to transmit or receive such data.
Safety Precautions
General

The gateway generates radio frequency (RF) power. When using the gateway care must be taken on safety
issues related to RF interference as well as regulations of RF equipment.

Do not use your gateway in aircraft, hospitals, petrol stations or in places where using cellular products is
prohibited.

Be sure that the gateway will not be interfering with nearby equipment. For example: pacemakers or medical
equipment. The antenna of the gateway should be away from computers, office equipment, home appliance,
etc.

An external antenna must be connected to the gateway for proper operation. Only uses approved antenna with
the gateway. Please contact authorized distributor on finding an approved antenna.

Always keep the antenna with minimum safety distance of 26.6 cm or more from human body. Do not put the
antenna inside metallic box, containers, etc.
Note: Some airlines may permit the use of cellular phones while the aircraft is on the ground and the door is open.
Gateway may be used at this time.
Using the gateway in vehicle

Check for any regulation or law authorizing the use of GSM in vehicle in your country before installing the
gateway.

The driver or operator of any vehicle should not operate the gateway while cellular in control of a vehicle.

Install the gateway by qualified personnel. Consult your vehicle distributor for any possible interference of
electronic parts by the gateway.

The gateway should be connected to the vehicle’s supply system by using a fuse-protected terminal in the
vehicle’s fuse box.

Be careful when the gateway is powered by the vehicle’s main battery. The battery may be drained after
extended period.
Protecting your gateway

To ensure error-free usage, please install and operate your gateway with care. Do remember the follow:

Do not expose the gateway to extreme conditions such as high humidity / rain, high temperatures, direct
sunlight, caustic / harsh chemicals, dust, or water.

Do not try to disassemble or modify the gateway. There is no user serviceable part inside and the warranty
would be void.
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


Do not drop, hit or shake the gateway. Do not use the gateway under extreme vibrating conditions.
Do not pull the antenna or power supply cable. Attach/detach by holding the connector.
Connect the gateway only according to the instruction manual. Failure to do it will void the warranty.
In case of problem, please contact authorized distributor.
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Regulatory and Type Approval Information
Table 1: Directives
2002/95/EC
Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 January 2003
on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and
electronic equipment (RoHS)
2002/96/EC
Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on waste electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE)
Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 December
2003/108/EC 2003 amending directive 2002/96/ec on waste electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE)
Table 2: Standards of the Ministry of Information Industry of the People’s Republic of China
SJ/T
11363-2006
“Requirements for Concentration Limits for Certain Hazardous Substances in Electronic Information
Products” (2006-06).
SJ/T
11364-2006
“Marking for Control of Pollution Caused by Electronic Information Products”
(2006-06).
According to the “Chinese Administration on the Control of Pollution caused
by Electronic Information Products” (ACPEIP) the EPUP, i.e., Environmental
Protection Use Period, of this product is 20 years as per the symbol shown here, unless otherwise
marked. The EPUP is valid only as long as the product is operated within the operating limits
described in the Hardware Interface Description.
Please see Table 3 for an overview of toxic or hazardous substances or elements that might be
contained in product parts in concentrations above the limits defined by SJ/T 11363-2006.
Table 3: Toxic or hazardous substances or elements with defined concentration limits
Hazardous substances
Name of the part
(Pb)
(Hg)
(Cd)
(Cr(VI))
(PBB)
(PBDE)
Metal Parts
o
o
o
o
o
o
Circuit Modules
Cables and Cable Assemblies
Plastic and Polymeric parts
x
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o:
Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in all of the homogeneous materials for this part is below
the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006.
x:
Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in at least one of the homogeneous materials for this
part might exceed the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006.
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Revision History
Updates between document versions are cumulative. Therefore, the latest document version contains all updates
made to previous versions.
Release Date Firmware Version
Doc Version
Details
2013-11-19
2.5.0
v.2.0.0
Update User Guide to firmware version 2.5.0
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Contents
Chapter 1.
Product Concept......................................................................................................................................... 8
1.1
Overview .................................................................................................................................................... 8
1.2
Packing List ................................................................................................................................................. 9
1.3
Specifications ........................................................................................................................................... 10
1.4
Dimensions ............................................................................................................................................... 12
1.5
Selection and Ordering Data .................................................................................................................... 12
Chapter 2.
Installation ................................................................................................................................................ 13
2.1
Overview .................................................................................................................................................. 13
2.2
LED Indicators ........................................................................................................................................... 13
2.3
PIN assignment......................................................................................................................................... 14
2.4
Install SIM Card......................................................................................................................................... 14
2.5
Connect the External Antenna (SMA Type) .............................................................................................. 15
2.6
Connect the Gateway to External Device ................................................................................................. 16
2.7
Mount the Gateway ................................................................................................................................. 16
2.8
Ground the Gateway ................................................................................................................................ 17
2.9
Power Supply............................................................................................................................................ 17
Chapter 3.
Operate the Gateway ............................................................................................................................... 18
3.1
Working Mode Overview ......................................................................................................................... 18
3.2
M1000 Pro V2 Configurator Overview ..................................................................................................... 18
3.2.1
Management via RS-232 port ........................................................................................................... 19
3.2.2
Management via TCP connection ..................................................................................................... 20
3.2.3
Operation Area Introduction ............................................................................................................ 21
3.2.4
Export and Import Profiles ............................................................................................................... 23
3.2.5
COM .................................................................................................................................................. 25
3.2.6
Basic .................................................................................................................................................. 26
3.2.7
GPRS.................................................................................................................................................. 27
3.2.8
Connection........................................................................................................................................ 29
3.2.9
Dual SIM............................................................................................................................................ 32
3.2.10 DDNS ................................................................................................................................................. 34
3.2.11 Phone Book....................................................................................................................................... 35
3.2.12 Wakeup ............................................................................................................................................. 36
3.2.13 Reboot .............................................................................................................................................. 38
3.2.14 Modbus ............................................................................................................................................. 39
3.2.15 Advanced .......................................................................................................................................... 41
3.2.16 NMS .................................................................................................................................................. 43
3.2.17 Status ................................................................................................................................................ 45
3.2.18 Management .................................................................................................................................... 47
Chapter 4.
Typical Applications .................................................................................................................................. 50
4.1
Overview .................................................................................................................................................. 50
4.2
Typical Applications .................................................................................................................................. 51
4.2.1
TCP Client Mode ............................................................................................................................... 51
4.2.2
TCP Server Mode .............................................................................................................................. 53
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4.2.3
UDP Mode ........................................................................................................................................ 56
4.2.4
Virtual COM Mode ............................................................................................................................ 57
Chapter 5.
Appendix .................................................................................................................................................. 58
5.1
Factory Settings ........................................................................................................................................ 58
5.2
SMS Command for Remote Control ......................................................................................................... 58
5.2.1
SMS Commands Structure ................................................................................................................ 58
5.2.2
SMS Control Steps ............................................................................................................................ 58
5.2.3
SMS Commands List ......................................................................................................................... 59
5.2.4
SMS Control examples ...................................................................................................................... 65
5.3
Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................................................... 67
5.3.1
The gateway’s LED does not light: .................................................................................................... 67
5.3.2
No connection with gateway through serial link .............................................................................. 67
5.3.3
GPRS/UMTS connection cannot be established ............................................................................... 67
5.4
Terms and Abbreviations.......................................................................................................................... 67
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Chapter 1. Product Concept
1.1
Overview
Robustel GoRugged M1000 Pro V2 is a rugged serial to cellular gateway with dual SIM offering state-of-the-art 2G/3G
connectivity for machine to machine (M2M) applications.

Dual SIM redundancy for continuous cellular connection.

Various SIM backup polices: PING/Monthly data traffic/Roaming.

Auto GPRS/UMTS connection (no AT commands required).

Support CSD communication (only receive CSD call).
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Transparent TCP and UDP socket connections.
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Supports Virtual COM (COM port redirector).
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Supports ICMP, DDNS, Telnet.
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Supports RobustLink (Centralized M2M management platform).

Supports Modbus gateway (Modbus RTU to Modbus TCP).

Supports Modbus master polling, collects data at preset interval and sends to RobustLink.
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Various reboot policies: SMS/Caller ID/Timing.
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Various dial-up policies: Always Online/Connect On Demand.
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Remote configuration via RobustLink/TCP/SMS.
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Remote firmware upgrade via RobustLink/TCP.
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RS232/RS485 selectable by software.
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Six LED indicators provide signal strength and running status.

Watchdog for reliable communications.
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Wide range input voltages from 9 to 36 VDC and extreme operating temperature.
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The metal enclosure can be mounted on a DIN-rail or on the wall, also with extra ground screw.
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1.2
Packing List
Check your package to make certain it contains the following items:
 Robustel GoRugged M1000 Pro V2 gatewayx1

2-pin pluggable terminal block for power connector x1
 CD with user guide and configuration utility x1
Note: Please notify your sales representative if any of the above items are missing or damaged.
Optional accessories (can be purchased separately):
 SMA antenna (Stubby antenna or Magnet antenna optional) x1
Stubby antenna
Magnet antenna

Serial cable for RS232 (DB9 Female to DB9 Male, 1 meter) x1

Wall Mounting Kit
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35mm Din-Rail mounting kit
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AC/DC Power Supply Adapter (12VDC, 1A) x1

DB9 Male to terminal block for serial port
1.3
Specifications
Cellular Interface
 Standards: GSM/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS
 GPRS: max. 86 kbps (DL & UL), class 10
 EDGE: max. 236.8 kbps (DL & UL), class 12
 UMTS: max. 384 kbps (DL & UL)
 Frequency: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz for GPRS/EDGE, 850/900/1800/1900/2100 MHz for UMTS/HSPA+
 CSD: Up to 14.4 kbps
 SIM: 2 x (3V & 1.8V)
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Antenna Interface: SMA Female
Serial Interface
 Number of Ports: 1 x DB9 Female
 Serial Standards: RS232 and RS485
 ESD Protection: ±15KV
 Baudrate: 1200bps to 115200bps
 RS-232: TxD, RxD, RTS, CTS, GND
 RS-485: Data+ (A), Data- (B), GND
System
 LED Indicators: PWR, RUN, NET and 3 level RSSI
 Real Time Clock: Built-in RTC with button battery
 Watchdog and Timer: Built-in watchdog and timer
Software
 IP protocols: PPP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, DDNS, Telnet
 Serial Port: TCP client/server, UDP, Modbus RTU to Modbus TCP, Virtual COM (COM port redirector)
 RobustLink: Centralized M2M management platform
Power Supply and Consumption
 Power Supply Interface: 2-pin 5mm pluggable terminal block
 Input Voltage: 9 to 36 VDC
 Power Consumption: Idle: 50-60 mA@12 V
Data Link: 100 to 200 mA (peak)@12 V
Physical Characteristics
 Housing & Weight: Metal, 300g
 Dimension(L x W x H): 102 x 71 x 29 mm
 Installation: 35mm Din-Rail or wall mounting or desktop
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1.4
Dimensions
1.5
Selection and Ordering Data
Please refer to corresponding M1000 Pro V2 datasheet.
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Chapter 2. Installation
2.1
Overview
SIM Cover
2.2
Name
LED Indicators
Color
RSSI (3 LEDs) Green
NET
Red
SYS
Green
PWR
Green
Function
Cellular signal strength level
Indicating the GPRS/UMTS connection status.
Register to network: blinking every 3s
Device running error alarm: always on
Wireless module rebooting and searching GPRS/UMTS network: blinking every 1s
Note: RSSI LEDs which will be explained later show the specific error info.
Indicating the system status.
System is booting: blinking every 0.5s
System is running normally but without any GPRS/UMTS connection: blinking every 1s
System is running normally and GPRS/UMTS connection established: blinking every 3s
System is running abnormally: 2.5s on and 0.5s out during every 3s
On when DC power connected
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RSSI LEDs
None
1 bar (Only the first LED is on)
2 bars (The first and the second LED are on)
3 bars (All the RSSI LEDs are on)
The first and the second LED are blinking every 1 second
The third LED is blinking every 1 second
The second LED is blinking every 1 second
Function
No signal or SIM card not installed properly
Weak or insufficient signal (SMS only)
Average signal (GSM/GPRS/UMTS connections)
Exceptional signal (GSM/GPRS/UMTS connections)
PIN code error
PIN code error and need to use PUK code to unlock it
No SIM card or SIM card not installed properly
Wireless module communication error, no AT
command response.
Cannot register to network or SIM card is unavailable
The third LED is blinking every 1 seconds
The first and the third LED are blinking every 1 second
2.3
PIN assignment
DB9 Female Connector
PIN
RS232
1
RS485 (2-wire)
Direction
Data+ (A)
-
2
RXD
M1000 Pro V2  Device
3
TXD
Device  M1000 Pro V2
4
5
GND
6
Data- (B)
7
RTS
Device  M1000 Pro V2
8
CTS
M1000 Pro V2  Device
9
2.4
-
-
Install SIM Card
Be sure to insert a SIM card before you use the gateway.
Note: A SIM card set with PIN code cannot be used normally in the gateway without the correct PIN code.
Make sure to disconnect the adapter and switch off your gateway before inserting or removing your SIM/USIM card.
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SIM 2
SIM 1

1.
2.
3.

1.
2.
Inserting SIM Card
Make sure your adapter is disconnected.
Use a screwdriver to unscrew the screw on the cover, and then remove the cover, you could find the SIM Card
slot.
Insert the SIM card, and you need press the SIM card with your fingers until you hear “a cracking sound”. Then
use a screwdriver to screw the cover.
Removing SIM card
Make sure your adapter is disconnected.
Press the SIM card until you hear “a cracking sound”, then the SIM card will pop up to be pulled out.
Note:
1. Don’t forget screw the cover for again-theft.
2. Don’t touch the metal surface of the SIM card in case information in the card is lost or destroyed.
3. Don’t bend or scratch your SIM card. Keep the card away from electricity and magnetism.
4. Make sure to disconnect the power source from your gateway before inserting and removing your SIM card.
2.5
Connect the External Antenna (SMA Type)
Connect this to an external antenna with SMA male connector. Make sure the antenna is for the correct frequency as
your GSM operator with impedance of 50ohm, and also connector is secured tightly.
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2.6
Connect the Gateway to External Device
User can use the serial cable to connect the gateway’s DB9 female connector to external controller / computer.
2.7
Mount the Gateway
Use 2 pcs of M3 screw to mount the gateway on the wall.
Or to mount the gateway on a DIN rail, you need three pcs of M3 screws.
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2.8
Ground the Gateway
Grounding and wire routing help limit the effects of noise due to electromagnetic interference (EMI). Run the ground
connection from the ground screw to the grounding surface prior to connecting devices.
Note: This product is intended to be mounted to a well-grounded mounting surface, such as a metal panel.
2.9
Power Supply
The power supply range is 9 to 36VDC.
Note: Please take care about the polarity, and do not make reverse connection.
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Chapter 3. Operate the Gateway
3.1
Working Mode Overview
There are two working modes available in the gateway, please check carefully:
Mode
Description
When DIP switches to Config Mode, user could use follow functions:
1. Configure gateway via M1000 Pro V2 Configurator ;
Config Mode
2. Upgrade firmware.
Normal Mode
Serial port parameters is fixed as 115200, 8, None, 1
When DIP switches to Normal Mode, user could use follow functions:
1. Automatic GPRS/UMTS connection (no AT commands required);
2. Wakeup by Timing/Periodical/Call/SMS/Serial Data;
3. Transparent data communication or become a Modbus gateway;
4. CSD communication.
5. Remote configuration or firmware updating.
Serial port default parameters: 115200, 8, None, 1
3.2
M1000 Pro V2 Configurator Overview
M1000 Pro V2 Configurator is a PC-based configuration software tool for managing and configuring Robustel M1000
Pro V2 gateway. With a full graphics mode and Windows-based environment, even first time users will find it easy to
learn how to use this new software tool.
M1000 Pro V2 Configurator not only makes configuration easily, but also makes it convenient to carry out “mass
deployment” and “pre-configuration”. The most important benefits of using the “M1000 Pro V2 Configurator” utility
are:
1. Green software, no need installation;
2. Full graphics mode, easy to learn how to configure the M1000 Pro V2;
3. Configuration profile can be easily stored, and then replicated to other M1000 Pro V2;
4. Easy to upgrade gateway firmware.
Note: M1000 Pro V2 Configurator can be used with Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 32/64-bit operation systems. If there is
any running issue, for example, the Configurator run normally in Win 7 system but fail to run in Windows XP system,
please search “Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package” to download relevant patch and then install the
patch.
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3.2.1 Management via RS-232 port
1.
Switch the gateway to “Config Mode”, connect the RS-232 port of the gateway to a host PC, and then power on
the gateway.
2.
Double click “M1000 Pro V2 Configurator.exe” to start the software.
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3.
Select correct COM port, then click
button. After that you can see the popup windows “Operation
Succeed”.
Note: The RS-232 connector uses standard PINOUT. A direct male DB9 to female DB9 cable can be used to
connect to a PC’s serial port.
3.2.2 Management via TCP connection
1.
Double click “M1000 Pro V2 Configurator.exe” to start the software.
4.
Go to tab “Settings” -> “Communication”.
2.
Select “TCP” interface and the correct mode in the drop down boxes, and enter the local TCP port. If you choose
client mode, you need to enter the remote gateway’s IP address. Then click “OK”.
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Note:
 If you choose TCP client mode, the configurator will establish a TCP connection to the remote gateway
which works as TCP server.
 If you choose TCP server mode, the configurator will be in listening status. Then you need to send an SMS to
the remote gateway to trigger it to establish a TCP connection with configurator. The form of SMS is “0009,
configurator’s IP address or domain name, configurator’s TCP port”. Please refer to section Chapter 1.5.2
SMS Command for Remote Control
 The NMS function of gateway must have been enabled. Please refer to section 3.2.16 NMS.
 The cell phone’s number must be included in gateway’s phonebook.
3.
Click
button. After that you can see the popup windows “Operation Succeed”.
3.2.3 Operation Area Introduction
Menu
Icon
Description
File->Exit
Exit the M1000 Pro V2 Configurator.
Settings->Communication
Set the communication ways of configurator: Serial or TCP.
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Settings->Export
Export the gateway’s current configuration file to your
local PC.
Settings->Import
Import the gateway’s configuration file from local PC to
the gateway.
Help->Help
Show some notices about this configurator.
Help->About
Manufacturer’s information and Gateway Configuratior
version.
Port No.
Select the local RS-232 port to communicate with the
gateway.
Connect
Connect the M1000 Pro V2 Configurator to the gateway.
Disconnect
Disconnect the M1000 Pro V2 Configurator to the gateway,
and release the PC’s RS-232 port.
Read
Read gateway’s current settings.
Write
Save changes into gateway.
Note: Some parameters changes need to reboot to take
effect.
Default
Set gateway to default factory settings.
Reboot
Reboot the gateway.
Exit
Exit the M1000 Pro V2 Configurator.
Disconnecting
Connecting
Gateway is not communicating with M1000 Pro V2
Configurator.
Gateway is communicating with M1000 Pro V2
Configurator.
Serial Management Settings
Show current RS232 communication parameter.
TCP Management Settings
Show current TCP management communication status
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Versions
Show current firmware version
Important Notice:
You must save your parameter changes by clicking “Write” button and then reboot M1000 Pro V2 by clicking “Reboot”
button to activate the configuration changes.
3.2.4 Export and Import Profiles
Users could export gateway settings from one gateway, and then import the same settings to other gateways, which
makes it convenient to carry out “mass deployment” and “pre-configuration”.
1. Select Export from the Settings menu. Then select a folder and enter the file name for the profile. Click on Save,
then it will popup “Export Succeed” windows.
2. Select Import from the Settings menu. Then select a profile. Click on Open.
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3. Click “Write” button then it will popup “Import Succeed” windows.
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3.2.5 COM
This tab allows user to set the parameters of serial com port:
COM
Item
COM Type
Baud Rate
Data Bits
Flow Ctrl
Parity
Stop Bits
Interval Timeout
Description
Select from “RS232” and “RS485”.
Select from “1200”, “2400”, “4800”, “9600”, “19200”, “38400”,
“57600” and “115200”.
Select from “7” and “8”.
Select from “None” and “Hardware”.
Select from “None”, “Odd”, “Even”, “Mark” and “Space”.
Select from “1” and “2”.
This value allows gateway to packet the received data as a TCP/UDP
packet and sends it out even the size of them hasn’t reached the
limit of Packet Length.
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Packet Length
Delimiter
Delimiter Process
The limits size of the received data that gateway will packet as a
TCP/UDP packet.
0
Note: 0 is the same as the default value of TCP MSS, 1460.
The delimiter indicate gateway to packet the received data as a
TCP/UDP packet and sends it out even the size of them hasn’t 00
reached the limit of Packet Length.
Select from “Do Nothing” and “Strip Delimiter”.
Do Nothing
3.2.6 Basic
This tab allows user to set follow items:
Basic
Item
SIM Card PIN Setup
Description
Default
Select from “Disable PIN Lock” and “Enable PIN Lock”.
After enable PIN lock, user could input your SIM’s PIN and store the Disable
current PIN in its memory, and then enter the PIN automatically each
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time the system boots up.
Note: Please ask your local GSM ISP to see whether your SIM card
requiring PIN or not.
If user wants to change the SIM PIN, please tick the “Change PIN
Code” checkbox to enable it, and then input the new PIN at “Input
New PIN Code”. The PIN will be changed after reboot.
3.2.7 GPRS
The major difference between M1000 Pro V2 serial to GPRS/UMTS gateway and traditional modem such as
M1000/M1000 Lite is that M1000 Pro V2 built-in PPP and TCP/IP protocols, supports automatic GPRS/UMTS
connection, no AT commands required, which can enable transparent TCP/UDP transmission.
Traditional GPRS gateway can only dialup to internet via external PPP enabled host device such as PC, PLC with
built-in PPP protocol.
This tab allows user to set GPRS/UMTS and related items for automatic GPRS/UMTS connection:
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GPRS
Item
APN
Auth Type
User Name
Password
DNS
DNS 1
DNS 2
Description
Access Point Name for cellular dial-up connection, provided by local ISP.
Selected from “None”, “Auto”, “PAP” and “CHAP” as the local ISP required.
User Name for cellular dial-up connection, provided by local ISP.
Password for cellular dial-up connection, provided by local ISP.
Selected from “Use Peer DNS” and “Manual”.
Use Peer DNS: to automatically have DNS server assigned from local ISP.
Manual: input DNS server’s IP address manually in DNS 1 and DNS 2 field.
Input DNS server’s IP address after enable DNS->Manual.
Input secondary DNS server’s IP address after enable DNS->Manual.
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3.2.8 Connection
This tab allows user to set the TCP/UDP connections and other related parameters.
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Connection
Item
Description
Selected from “UDP”, “TCP Client” and “TCP Server”.
Mode
@ UDP: Gateway works as UDP client.
Socket
TCP Client: Gateway works as TCP client, initiate TCP connection to TCP server, y
Application
TCP Server: Gateway works as TCP server, listening for connection request from TCP
client.
When gateway works as TCP client, user should input peer TCP server’s IP or domain in
Address @ this item.
Socket
When gateway works as TCP server, this item cannot be configured.
Application
When gateway works as UDP client, user should input peer UDP server’s IP or domain in
this item.
When gateway works as TCP client, user should input peer TCP server’s port in this item.
Port
@
When gateway works as TCP server, user should input TCP server’s listening port in this
Socket
item.
Application
When gateway works as UDP client, user should input peer UDP server’s port in this item.
Advanced @
Socket
Click to set advanced settings of “Socket Application”.
Application
Whether gateway is set as TCP Client or TCP Server, keepalive feature can be used to
detect whether TCP connection is disconnected by sending specific packets in the
Idle Time
transport layer.
User can set idle timeout interval in this item, gateway will send out keepalive packet if
there is no data for more than “Idle Time”. “Idle Time” ranges from 60 to 7200 seconds.
Gateway will re-send the keepalive packet with this interval timeout when it doesn’t
Interval
receive respond packets. “Interval” ranges from 10 to 180 seconds.
If gateway re-sends keepalive packet continuously for Max Retries times and doesn’t
Max Retries receive correct respond packets, it will detect that the TCP connection is disconnected
and it try to establish TCP connection again. “Max Retries” ranges from 3 to 10 times.
When gateway is set as TCP Server, it will wait for TCP connection from TCP Client site.
Max
If TCP connection from TCP Client reaches to “Max Connection” it will drop a new TCP
Connection
connection request. “Max Connection” ranges from 1 to 3.
Always
After click to enable this item, M1000 Pro V2 will always accept new TCP connection and
Accept New
drop the earliest one at the same time.
Connection
Select from “Always Online” and “Connect On Demand”.
Always Online: Gateway will automatically initiate a GPRS/UMTS connection after power
Mode
@
on and each restarts, this will remain and will be re-established after an interruption.
Connection
Connect On Demand: After select this option, user could configure wakeup at preset
Control
time, wakeup periodically, wakeup by Call, wakeup by SMS, wakeup by local serial port
data at Wakeup Tab.
Inactivity
This field specifies the idle time setting for GPRS/UMTS auto-disconnection and trying to
Time
revert back to preferred SIM card.
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User could configure this field after setting gateway under Connect On Demand mode,
input from 10 to 1200 seconds.
The maximum retries times for automatically re-connect when gateway fails to dial up,
input from 1 to 60.
Max Retries After maximum retries, If the gateway still cannot dial up successfully, it will reboot the
@
wireless module and try to re-connect again. If another SIM card is detected, the gateway
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Connection
will try to switch to the other SIM card and then re-connect with maximum retries. If
Control
there is one SIM card the gateway will use the same SIM card to re-connect with
maximum retries.
When connecting successful, the Max Retries counter will be set to 0.
Gateway will automatically re-connect with this interval when it fails communicating to
Connection
peer via TCP or UDP; also gateway will automatically re-dial with this interval if PPP dial
60
Interval
up failed. Input from 10 to 1200 seconds.
Click to enable Online SMS Notification function, which will send SMS to the phone
numbers included in the Phone Group tab.
Online SMS Notification includes follow information:
Name:
Enable
Reg:
Online
RSSI:
Disable
Notification
Operator:
Local IP:
Time:
Note: Local IP is the gateway’s IP address assigned by ISP when dial-up to cellular network
successful.
Phone
Select the phone group which the online notification SMS sent to.
1
Group
Shut Down
Enable to set the gateway to shut down module when connectivity is in idle state. This
Module
Disable
function can only be configured under Connect On Demand mode.
When Idle
Enable
@
Click to enable CSD feature.
Disable
CSD
Caller Phone
Gateway will only receive CSD call from specific phone numbers which are authorized in
Group
@
1
this Phone Group.
CSD
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3.2.9 Dual SIM
This tab allows user to set the SIM cards’ priorities, backup policies and other related parameters.
Dual SIM
Item
Preferred SIM
Description
Set the preferred SIM card from SIM 1 or SIM 2.
Default
SIM 1
SIM Revert Back
Set revert back policies when the gateway work with 2 SIM cards.
Auto Failover: Gateway will revert back to preferred SIM card when dial up fail or
according to the failover policy you select.
Try Preferred: Gateway will try to revert back to preferred SIM card when the GPRS/
UMTS connectivity is in idle state.
Note: the idle state of GPRS/ UMTS connectivity is depend on the inactivity time you set
in Connection -> Connection Control -> Inactivity Time.
Auto
Failover
SIM
Reboot
Select from “Last Used” and “Preferred”.
Last Used: Gateway will select the last used SIM card after reboot.
Preferred: Gateway will select the “Preferred SIM” after reboot.
Last
Used
After
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Set the failover policies to switch to another SIM card:
Ping timeout continuously: If gateway ping the preset address timeout continuously for
Max Retries time, it will switch to the other SIM card.
Note: User can preset the address/Interval/Max Retries time in Dual SIM -> Ping Control
(ICMP).
Monthly data traffic limitation: If the SIM card that the gateway worked with currently
has reached the preset data traffic limitation, it will switch to the other SIM card.
Switch to backup SIM when preferred SIM is roaming: Gateway will Switch to the other
Failover Policies
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SIM card when preferred SIM card is roaming.
GPRS got null DNS: In some countries, normal SIM card will not get DNS when it run out
of GPRS traffic or need to be charge. This feature will allow M1000 Pro V2 switch to
another SIM card when SIM card get null DNS.
Note: Sometimes VPDN SIM card do not get DNS (it depends on local network in
different countries), but can connect to Internet normally. So when using VPDN SIM
card, don’t click to enable “GPRS got null DNS”. Or M1000 Pro V2 will keep switching
SIM card and will not get it online.
Home Location The identifier for gateway to check if it is in home location area or in roaming area, and
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Area Identifier
decide if it needed to switch back to preferred SIM card.
Data
Traffic SIM limitation: Set the monthly data traffic limitation.
0
Setting
Already Use: Current used data traffic amount.
Address @ Ping
Gateway will ping this address to check that if the current connectivity is active.
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Control (ICMP)
Interval
Set the ping interval time.
120
If gateway ping the preset address timeout continuously for Max Retries time, it will try
to re-connect to GPRS/UMTS network or will switch to the other SIM card if Ping
Max Retries @
timeout continuously in Failover Policies is enabled. Ranges from 0 to 10.
Ping
Control
0
0 stands for gateway only try to keep pinging the address continuously and will do
(ICMP)
nothing else even timeout every time. It used to keep the connection always activity to
avoid ISP shut down the PPP link in a certain idle time.
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3.2.10 DDNS
This tab allows user to set the DDNS server and other related parameters.
DDNS
Item
Server
Host
User Name
Password
Last Response
Description
Selected from None, dyndns, 3322 and No-IP.
None: Disable DDNS function.
dyndns, 3322 and No-IP: Corresponding to three DDNS service providers.
Enter the Host name the DDNS server provided.
Enter the user name the DDNS server provided.
Enter password the DDNS server provided.
Show the last response from the DDNS server.
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3.2.11 Phone Book
This tab allows user to set the phone numbers and which phone group they are belonged to.
Phone Book
Item
Phone NO.
Description
Default
Input the telephone number.
Null
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Phone Group
group.
Note: The Phone NO. is required to be written in international format, starting with “+” followed by the country code.
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3.2.12 Wakeup
M1000 Pro V2 supports various dial-up policies, wakeup at preset time, wakeup periodically, wakeup by Call, wakeup
by SMS, wakeup by local serial port data. In this page, user can set up different wakeup policies.
Item
Time
Periodical
Call
Phone Group @ Call
Wakeup
Note: This function is available under “Normal Mode”.
Description
Tick Enable to allow gateway automatically connects to GPRS/UMTS
with preset time schedule every day, support maximum 3 time
schedule/day (e.g. 07:00, 11:00 and 23:30 every day).
Tick Enable to allow gateway automatically connects to GPRS/UMTS
with preset interval, select from 1 to 1800 minutes. The interval is
defined as time interval between two GPRS/UMTS connections.
Tick Enable to allow gateway automatically connects to GPRS/UMTS
with incoming call from specified Caller ID (phone number).
Set the Phone Group which was allowed to wake up the gateway by
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call.
Tick Enable to allow gateway send reply short message after
Enable SMS Reply @ automatically connects to GPRS/UMTS by Call Wakeup from specified
Disable
Call
Caller ID (e.g. GPRS on ok!).
Note: Only support text format SMS.
Tick the SMS checkbox to allow gateway automatic connects to
GPRS/UMTS with incoming specified short message from specified
SMS
Disable
Caller ID (phone number).
Specified short message is set at Password item. (e.g. GPRS on)
Set the Phone Group which was allowed to wake up the gateway by
Phone Group @ SMS
1
SMS.
Password
The specified short message which was used to wake up the gateway
Null
Tick Enable SMS Reply to allow gateway to send reply short message
Enable SMS Reply@ after automatic connects to GPRS/UMTS by SMS Wakeup from
Disable
SMS
specified Caller ID (e.g. GPRS on ok!).
Note: Only support text format SMS.
Tick Enable to allow gateway automatic connects to GPRS/UMTS from
idle mode when there is data (any data) come out from serial port.
Serial Data
Enable
After gateway has connected to GPRS/UMTS and established TCP
connection, the “triggered” data will be sent to destination site.
No matter the gateway is set into “Always Online” mode or “Connect Disable
On Demand” mode gateway will output a massage with this
configured string format data to gateway serial port when it has been
Output (Hex) to
triggered to establish PPP connection (dial up).
COM after online
Maximum 30 bytes.
Note: Note: If need to output a hex format massage, user need to add
“\x” in front of the massage.
Note:
1. Time format for Time reboot is 24-hours.
2. The phone numbers for Call and SMS function can be set in Phone Book tab.
3. The Caller ID is required to be written in international format, starting with “+” followed by the country code.
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3.2.13 Reboot
Since cellular network is not as stable as fixed line, M1000 Pro V2 supports various auto reboot function to keep
gateway working 24x7 without hang up.
Reboot
Item
Timing
Call
Phone Group @ Call
Description
Tick Enable to allow gateway auto reboot with preset time schedule
every day, support maximum 3 time schedule/day (e.g. 07:00, 11:00
and 23:30 every day).
Tick Enable to allow gateway auto reboot with incoming call from
specified Caller ID (phone number).
The Caller ID (phone number) should be specified in Phone Book tab
by inputting the phone number and tick Call Reboot checkbox.
Set the Phone Group which was allowed to reboot the gateway by
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call.
Enable SMS Reply @ Tick the Enable SMS Reply checkbox to allow gateway send reply short Disable
Call
message after auto reboot by Call Reboot from specified Caller ID.
Tick Enable to allow gateway auto reboot with incoming specified Disable
SMS
short message from specified Caller ID (phone number).
Specified short message is set at Password item. (e.g. reboot)
Set the Phone Group which was allowed to reboot the gateway by 1
Phone Group @ SMS
SMS.
Enable SMS Reply @ Tick the Enable SMS Reply checkbox to allow gateway send reply short Disable
SMS
message after auto reboot by SMS Reboot from specified Caller ID .
Password
The specified short message which was used to reboot the gateway
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Note:
1. Time format for Time reboot is 24-hours.
2. The phone numbers for Call and SMS function can be set in Phone Book tab.
3. The Caller ID is required to be written in international format, starting with “+” followed by the country code.
3.2.14 Modbus
This tab allows user to set the related parameters of Modbus RTU to Modbus TCP gateway.
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Modbus
Item
Enable
Gateway
Modbus
Mode
Slave ID Range of
Connection 1 @
Master Mode
Slave ID Range of
Description
Tick this checkbox to enable Modbus RTU to Modbus TCP and vice
versa.
Selected from “Slave” and “Master”.
Slave: Selected when gateway connect to Modbus slave device with
serial COM port.
Master: Selected when gateway connect to Modbus Master device
with serial COM port.
Note: Generally, If you select Slave mode, gateway need to work
under TCP server mode, and If you select Master mode, gateway need
to work under TCP client mode.
Available when enable Modbus Gateway and select Master mode.
This item is corresponding to the default TCP connection which can be
set in Connection tab.
Enter the remote Modbus slave IDs here.
Available when enable Modbus Gateway, select Master mode and
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Master Mode
@ enable Connection 2.
Enter the remote Modbus slave IDs here which is corresponding to
“Connection 2”.
Available when enable Modbus Gateway, select Master mode and
Slave ID Range of
enable Connection 3.
Connection 3 @
0-0
Enter the remote Modbus slave IDs here which is corresponding to
Master Mode
“Connection 3”.
Tick this checkbox to enable the second TCP connection to the remote
TCP server. This TCP connection is usually used to connect to the
second Modbus slave gateway.
Connection 2
Disable
User need to enter the TCP server’s IP and port here.
Serial data come from Master device to M1000 Pro V2 will be sent to
different TCP server’s IP address according to the Slave ID.
Tick this checkbox to enable the third TCP connection to the remote
TCP server. This TCP connection is usually used to connect to the third
Modbus slave gateway.
Connection 3
Disable
User need to enter the TCP server’s IP and port here.
Serial data come from Master device to M1000 Pro V2 will be sent to
different TCP server’s IP address according to the Slave ID.
Note: Connection 2 and Connection 3 only can work under TCP client mode, cannot be configured.
3.2.15 Advanced
This tab allows user to set advanced settings after TCP connection is established. Whether need to set this
tab is depend on user’s application requirement.
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Advanced
Item
Custom
Login
Max
Retries
Interval
REQ
Description
Default
Tick to enable.
Some TCP servers required Login Request Packet with follow flow:
A TCP connection begins with the client opening a TCP/IP socket to the server and sending a
Login Request Packet. If the login request is valid, the server responds with a Login
Disable
Acknowledge Packet and begins sending Sequenced Data Packets. The connection continues
until the TCP/IP socket is broken.
Login Acknowledge Packet is optional.
Login Request Packet
The maximum retries times for sending Login Request Packet to the server with preset time
0
interval, selecting from 0 to 60.
After maximum retries, gateway will not retry again, and image login successfully.
60
Time interval between two retries, selecting from 5 to 120 seconds.
seconds
Login Request Packet, written in Hex format, maximum 64 bytes.
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Packet
ACK
Packet
Custom
Keep Alive
Interval
REQ
Packet
ACK
Packet
Custom
Logout
REQ
Packet
ACK
Packet
Login Acknowledge Packet, written in Hex format, maximum 32 bytes.
Login Acknowledge Packet is optional.
When using GPRS/UMTS with a session running most ISPs will monitor the traffic flow, if
there is none for a predetermined period of time then it will shut the connection down at
either the DHCP server or the APN, this is performed so that system resources are not taken
up unnecessarily.
To stop this happening you will need to send periodic Keep Alive bytes to keep the gateway
always online.
Null
Disable
Time interval between two Keep Alive packets, selecting from 5 to 1200 seconds.
40
seconds
Keep Alive Request Packet, written in Hex format, maximum 64 bytes.
Null
Keep Alive Acknowledge Packet, written in Hex format, maximum 32 bytes.
Keep Alive Acknowledge Packet is optional.
Tick to enable.
Some TCP servers required Logout Request Packet with follow flow:
A TCP connection ends with the client sending a Logout Request Packet. If the logout
request is valid, the server responds with a Logout Acknowledge Packet and ends the
connection.
Logout Acknowledge Packet is optional.
Null
Disable
Logout Request Packet, written in Hex format, maximum 64 bytes.
Null
Logout Acknowledge Packet, written in Hex format, maximum 32 bytes.
Logout Acknowledge Packet is optional.
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3.2.16 NMS
This tab allows user to set the related parameters of TCP Network Management.
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NMS
Item
Description
Default
Write down the description name of the gateway, such as write down the
Device Name
DTU
gateway installation site name in order to identify each gateway.
Configurator
Set password for the Configurator. When run M1000 Pro V2 Configurator you
Password
need to enter this password.
Set password for SMS control, including remote configuration and remote
Password @ SMS
reading gateway status.
null
Control
The password can be left as null, maximum 20 ASCII characters.
Phone Group @ SMS
Set the Phone group which is permitted to SMS control this gateway.
1
Control
Tick this checkbox to enable Remote TCP Management.
Enable TCP Server @
Normally, gateway works under TCP server mode for NMS function, but it also
Remote
TCP
Disable
can work under TCP client mode (start by SMS control). Please refer to 3.2.2
Management
Management via TCP connection to get the detail information.
Port @ Remote TCP Set the listening port of TCP server for NMS function.
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Management
When click to enable this checkbox, gateway will works as TCP Client site and
be managed via RobustLink (Robustel centralized management and
administration system).
When enable this feature, all serial data from gateway will be forwarded to
M2M Platform, will not forward to address that configured in “Connection” ->
“Socket Application”. At the same time, “Connection” -> “Socket Application”
Data
Forwarding
can’t be configured.
Enable @ M2M
When disable this feature, all serial data from gateway will not be forwarded to
Platform
M2M Platform, will forward to address that configured in “”Connection” ->
“Socket Application”. M2M Platform just acts as a remote management
platform this time.
Address @ M2M
Enter IP address or domain of M2M Platform.
Platform
Port
@
M2M
Enter the port number of M2M Platform.
Platform
Password @ M2M Enter password in this item, which shall be the same as the password set in
Platform
M2M Platform.
Device ID @ M2M This item let you know the default single ID of M1000 Pro V2, can’t be
Platform
configured.
Enable @
Platform
M2M
Disable
Disable
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Null
Null
N/A
3.2.17 Status
This tab allows user to check the running status of M1000 Pro V2.
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Cellular @ Status
Item
Registration
Current SIM
Operator
Cell ID
ME Type
IMEI
Description
Show the gateway’s current registration status.
There are 6 status:
1. Not registered.
2. Registered to home network.
3. Searching new operator.
4. Registration denied.
5. Registered, roaming.
6. Unknown
Show the SIM card which the gateway works with currently: SIM1 or SIM2. It
will also show how many SIM cards you have inserted.
Show the gateway’s current registered operator name.
Show the gateway’s current register base station cell ID.
Show the gateway’s current module information.
Show the gateway’s current IMEI number.
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RSSI
PPP Status
Local IP
DNS 1
DNS 2
TCP Status
Show the gateway’s current IMSI number.
Show the gateway’s current RSSI from 0 to 31 and corresponding DB.
TCP/IP @ Status
Show the gateway’s current PPP status.
There are 4 status:
1. Unknown.
2. Down.
3. Error.
4. Up.
After connecting to GPRS, the gateway will be auto assigned one IP by ISP.
Show the gateway’s current primary DNS server.
Show the gateway’s current secondary DNS server.
Show the gateway’s current PPP status.
There are 2 status:
1. Disconnected.
2. Connected
Show how many bytes have been sent / Received via TCP.
Show how many bytes have been sent / Received via serial port.
Tx / Rx @ TCP/IP
Tx / Rx @ Serial Port
Note:
1. Click “Refresh” to refresh the “Cellular” and “TCP/IP” status.
N/A
N/A
N/A
Null
Null
Null
Null
Null
Null
3.2.18 Management
This tab provides some system tools for user.
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Management
Item
Description
Default
Synchronize gateway’s RTC to PC’s clock.
Null
Synchronize Device
The gateway’s current RTC will be showed at bottom right side of the
Time with Computer
configurator.
Enable to output the gateway’s debug info to serial port. Then you can Disable
use a hyper terminal to receive the debug info.
Output Debug info
This function is often used when we need to diagnose the problem of
to Serial Port
the gateway.
Note: This function will take effect immediately after you enable it.
Switch to Another
Null
Switch to another SIM card manually.
SIM
Upgrade the firmware of gateway via serial port or TCP connection.
Null
The upgrade steps are as bellow:
Upgrade
1. Click “load” button and select the FW file in your computer;
2. Click “Start” button to get started, then you can see a process bar;
3. The updating will last for several minutes, after that you will see a
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Chapter 4. Typical Applications
4.1 Overview
Cellular data transmission is an increasingly attractive mechanism for communication with remote, non-permanent
or mobile devices. Being able to collect and distribute data virtually anywhere without requiring the limitation of
working within specific fixed line networks is a powerful force for efficiency and reliability. However, the fact that
cellular data is metered means that the frequency of transmission and amount of data sent in each exchange can
have significant cost and performance impact.
In order to understand this impact, let us start with a fairly typical example, where there is a device in the field and
an application on a server at a central site location that collects information from that device.
In general, the purpose of communication with the device will be for one of two reasons:
• Monitoring - Status monitoring data, such as the level or temperature of a storage tank, the velocity and pressure
of a pipeline, the condition of a controller or the status of a register.
• Transaction data – Discrete event data, such as cash or credit transactions, PBX call records or mission-critical and
safety related alarms.
Status monitoring data is often “polled.” The application sends out periodic queries and gets responses to those
queries. The application can usually retry if it does not get an answer, and determine that a problem exists if it does
not get a response after a certain amount of retries.
Discrete event data is usually “unsolicited.” The application does not expect to get information on any regular basis,
and therefore the failure to hear from the device is the normal case (though some sort of “all is well” message may
be sent at a longer interval).
Most applications will likely involve one or both of these methods and data is transmitted in TCP or UDP packets.
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4.2 Typical Applications
4.2.1 TCP Client Mode
In TCP Client mode, the gateway can actively establish a TCP connection to a pre-defined host computer when serial
data arrives. After the data has been transferred, the gateway can automatically disconnect from the TCP server by
using the Inactivity time settings.
As illustrated in the figure below, data transmission proceeds as follows:
(1) The gateway, configured as TCP Client mode, requests a connection to the host.
(2) Once the connection is established, data can be transmitted in both directions between the host and the gateway
bidirectional.
Types of TCP Client Connection:
1. Fixed Public IP (or dynamic public IP with domain name) for the host PC
The gateway will only be able to connect to a host PC if the PC is using a fixed public IP address (or dynamic
public IP with domain name), gateway can be any IP (either a private IP or public IP).
2. Connecting TCP client and TCP server within the same cellular service provider.
In order to connect properly, the IP addresses of the two gateways must belong to the same sub network. To
ensure that this is the case, use the same cellular ISP to connect the devices to the network. In addition, you will
need to request that the cellular ISP provide you with two private fixed IP addresses (e.g., 192.168.1.1 and
192.168.1.2).
Configuration and Operation:
1. Turn the gateway to Config mode and connect it to your PC properly.
2. Open the M1000 Pro V2 Configurator.
3. Turn to GPRS tap. Set APN, Username and Password of SIM 1. If you need to use SIM 2, you also need to set
these parameters of SIM 2. Then click “Write”.
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4. Turn to Connection tap. Select Socket Application Mode as TCP Client. Input remote TCP server’s address and
port. Select Connection Control Mode as Always Online or Connect On Demand. Then click “Write”.
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5. Turn the gateway back to Normal mode and reboot it.
4.2.2 TCP Server Mode
In TCP Server mode, the serial port on the gateway is assigned a port number. The host computer initiates contact
with the gateway, establishes the connection, and receives data from the serial device.
As illustrated in the figure, data transmission proceeds as follows: The host requests a connection from the gateway,
which is configured for TCP Server mode. Once the connection is established, data can be transmitted between the
host and the gateway bidirectional.
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Types of TCP Server Connection:
1. Fixed Public IP for the gateway.
If your cellular service provider offers a fixed public IP address after you connect to the cellular network, you can
access the gateway from a host PC using either a private IP or public IP.
2. Dynamic public IP with domain name for the gateway.
If your cellular service provider offers a dynamic public IP address after you connect to the cellular network, you
can use the DDNS function to get a domain name from the domain name server for the gateway. Then you can
access the gateway from a host PC using this domain name.
3. Connecting TCP client and TCP server within the same cellular service provider.
In order to connect properly, the IP addresses of the two gateway devices must belong to the same sub network.
To ensure that this is the case, use the same cellular ISP to connect the devices to the network. In addition, you
will need to request that the cellular ISP provide you with two private fixed IP addresses (e.g., 192.168.1.1 and
192.168.1.2).
Configuration and Operation:
1. Turn the gateway to Config mode and connect it to your PC properly.
2. Open the M1000 Pro V2 Configurator.
3. Turn to GPRS tap. Set APN, Username and Password of SIM 1. If you need to use SIM 2, you also need to set
these parameters of SIM 2. Then click “Write”.
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4. Turn to Connection tap. Select Socket Application Mode as TCP Server. Input local listening port. Select
Connection Control Mode as Always Online or Connect On Demand as your need. Then click “Write”.
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5. Turn the gateway back to Normal mode and reboot it.
4.2.3 UDP Mode
The main difference between the TCP and UDP protocols is that TCP guarantees delivery of data by requiring the
recipient to send an acknowledgement to the sender. UDP does not require this type of verification, making it
possible to offer faster delivery. UDP also allows you to unicast data to one IP, or multicast the data to a group of IP
addresses.
These traits make UDP mode especially well-suited for message display applications.
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1. If your cellular ISP offers a fixed public IP address after you connect to the cellular network, you can access the
gateway from a host PC that has a fixed public IP bidirectional.
2. If your cellular service provider offers a dynamic public IP address after you connect to the cellular network, you
can use the DDNS function to get a domain name from the domain name server for the gateway. Then you can
access the gateway from a host PC that has a fixed public IP bidirectional.
3. If gateway has no fixed public IP or domain name, then it can unicast data to one host unidirectional.
Note: M1000 Pro V2 supports unicast only.
4.2.4 Virtual COM Mode
One of the major conveniences of using Virtual COM mode is that it allows you to use Virtual COM software that was
written for pure serial communication applications. The Virtual COM driver intercepts data sent to the host’s COM
port, packs it into a TCP/IP packet, and then redirects it through the host’s Ethernet to the Internet. At the other end
of the connection, the gateway accepts the IP frame from the cellular network, unpacks the TCP/IP packet, and then
transparently sends the data through the serial port to the attached serial device.
We provide application notes to introduce how to work with 3rd parties’ popular virtual com software, please contact
us to get more information.
Note:
Virtual COM software (COM port redirector) is a specialized software (often including device driver and user
application) that includes the underlying network software necessary to access networked device servers that provide
remote serial devices or modems.
The purpose of the redirector is to make the virtual COM port exhibit behavior that closely resembles that of a "real"
COM port, i.e., a COM port driver for local serial port hardware. A virtual COM port itself is a relatively simple
software mechanism that can be implemented by driver software similar to that of a conventional COM port driver.
The main challenges arise in two other areas: the network connection to the device server and the behavior of the
device server. These issues are described in the Technology section below.
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Chapter 5. Appendix
5.1
Factory Settings
Factory setting of the modem COM port under Config Mode and Normal Mode is:
Data bits = 8
Parity = none
Stop bits = 1
Baud = 115200 bps
Flow control = none
5.2
SMS Command for Remote Control
5.2.1 SMS Commands Structure
M1000 Pro V2 supports remote configuration and remote modem status reading via SMS.
An SMS command has following structure: Password: cmd
 Password: SMS control password is configured at NMS->SMS Control->Password, which is an optional
parameter.
When there is a password, SMS command has following structure: Password: cmd
When there is no password, SMS command has following structure: cmd
 Cmd1, cmd2, cmd3 to cmdn, which are command identification number 0000 – 9999
5.2.2 SMS Control Steps
1. Use command Password:cmd or cmd to set new parameters.
2. After setting new parameters for M1000, and then send another SMS: 0004 to save parameters and reset the
modem, then the new parameters will take effect.
3. One command in one SMS, if you want to send another command, for example, 0004, you need to send another
SMS.
Note: E.g., 1234:0101,1
1234:0004
In this command, password is 1234, 0101 is the cmd to set device’s COM type, 1 means M1000 Pro V2 select RS485,
then save parameters and reset the modem to take effect with command 0004.
You can find out more SMS configuration examples after the SMS Comands List below.
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5.2.3 SMS Commands List
Cmd
Description
Control Commands
0000
Set Factory Defaults
Syntax
Comments
passwd:cmd or cmd
if no passwd,please use command
"cmd", or use command"
passwd:cmd" if there is a password.
* - means can be null
Following commands are the same.
0001
Reset Device
cmd
0002
Save Parameters
cmd
0003
Get Device Status
cmd
0004
Save Parameters and Reset Device cmd
0005
Clear Event Count
cmd
0006
Start Event Counter
cmd
0007
get Event Count Value
cmd
0008
switch SIM card
cmd
0009
Start NMS TCP Client
cmd,addr or domain,port
Set Commands (“cmd,value” or “cmd,flag” to set new configuration; “cmd” can be used to get configuration)
M1000_ProV2_ComPort:
0101
COM type set
cmd,flag
flag:0 - RS232 1 - RS485
0101
COM type get
cmd
flag:
0 : 1200, 1 : 2400, 2 : 4800, 3 : 9600,
0102
baudrate
cmd,flag
4 : 19200, 5 : 38400, 6 : 57600, 7 :
115200
0103
dataBits
cmd,flag
flag:0 -7, 1 - 8
0104
stopBits
cmd,flag
flag:0 – 1, 1 – 2
flag:0 – None, 1 – Odd, 2 – Even
0105
parity
cmd,flag
3 – Mark, 4 – Space
0106
flowCtrl
cmd,flag
flag:0 – None, 1 – Hardware
0107
packingInterval
cmd,flag
flag:2 – 100, default 5
0108
packingLength
cmd,flag
flag:0 – 5000
0109
enableDelimiter1
cmd,flag
flag:0-disable,1-enable
0110
delimiter1
cmd,value
Value: 0x00 - 0xff (Hex)
0111
enableDelimiter2
cmd,flag
flag:0 - disable,1 – enable
0112
delimiter2
cmd,value
value: 0x00 - 0xff (Hex)
flag:0 – Do Nothing
0113
delimiterProcess
cmd,flag
1 – Strip Delimiter
M1000_ProV2_Gprs:
flag:0 – None, 1 – Auto
0201
authTypeSim1
cmd,flag
2 – PAP, 3 – CHAP
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authTypeSim2
cmd,flag
0202
0234
0203
0235
0204
0236
SIM1 APN
SIM2 APN
SIM1 GPRS user name
SIM2 GPRS user name
SIM1 GPRS password
SIM2 GPRS password
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
0205
specifyDnsSim1
cmd,flag
0237
specifyDnsSim2
cmd,flag
0206
Dns1Sim1
0238
Dns1Sim2
0207
Dns2Sim1
0239
Dns2Sim2
0217
enablePinLockSim1
0249
enablePinLockSim2
0218
pinCodeSim1
0250
pinCodeSim2
0219
changePinSim1
0251
changePinSim2
0220
newPinCodeSim1
0252
newPinCodeSim2
M1000_ProV2_Connection:
0301
peerAddr
0302
Socket port
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,value
cmd,value
0303
Socket type
cmd,flag
0304
workingType
cmd,flag
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313
idleTime
connectInterval
connectRetryTimes
onlineNotifyEnabe
onlineNotify PhoneGroup
shutDownModuleIdle
pingEnable
pingTarget
pingInterval
cmd, value
cmd, value
cmd,value
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,value
cmd,flag
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2 – PAP, 3 – CHAP
value: string, max length 50
value: string, max length 50
value: string, max length 32
value: string, max length 32
value: string, max length 32
value: string, max length 32
flag: 0 – Use Peer DNS
1 – Manual
flag:0 – Use Peer DNS
1 – Manual
value: string, max length 15
value: string, max length 15
value: string, max length 15
value: string, max length 15
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
value: string, max length 8
value: string, max length 8
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
flag:0 - disable,1 - enable
value: string, max length 8
value: string, max length 8
value: string, max length 64
value: range: 1-65535
flag:
0 – UDP
1 – TCP Client
2 – TCP Server
flag:0 – Always Online
1 – Connect on Demand
value: 10-1200, default:120
value: 10-1200, default:60
value: 1-60, default:5
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
flag: 0-10, 0 means no phone group
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
value: string, max length 64
flag: 1-1800, default:120
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ping Retry Times
0316
csdBackupEnable
0317
csdBackup PhoneGroup
M1000_ProV2_DualSim_Ddns:
0401
preferred Sim
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
flag:0-10
flag:0 - disable,1 - enable
flag: 0-10; 0 means no phone group
cmd,flag
0402
sim Revert Back Type
cmd,flag
0403
fail over Policy
cmd,flag
0404
0405
0406
0416
homeLai
dataLimitSim1
dataLimitSim2
ddnsEnable
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
0417
ddnsServerType
cmd,flag
flag: 0 – SIM1, 1 – SIM2
flag:0 – Auto Failover
1 – Try Preferred
flag:
Bit0 represent “Ping timeout
continuously”: 1- enable , 0 –
disable;
Bit 1 represent “Monthly data traffic
limitation”: 1 – enable, 0 – disable;
Bit 2 represent “Switch to backup
SIM when preferred SIM is roamin”
1 – enable, 0 – disable;
Bit 3 represent “GPRS got null DNS”:
1 – enable, 0 – disable;
Note: please check example below.
value: string, max length 6
value: 0 - 4294967295
value: 0 - 4294967295
value: 0 - disable,1 - enable
flag: 0 – DYNDNS
1 – 3322
2 – NoIP
value: string, max length 64
value: string, max length 24
value: string, max length 24
0418
ddnsDomainName
0419
ddnsUserName
0420
ddnsPassword
M1000_ProV2_Nms:
0501
deviceName
0502
smsCtrl Password
0503
smsCtrl PhoneGroup
0504
nmsLoginPassword
0505
tcpNmsEnable
0506
nmsTcpPort
0516
m2mPlatformEnable
0517
m2mProtocol
0518
m2mPlatformAddr
0519
m2mPlatformPort
m2mDataForward
0520
Enable
0521
m2mHeartbeatInterval
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cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,flag
cmd,value
cmd,flag
cmd,value
cmd,flag
cmd,value
cmd,value
value: string, max length 20
value: string, max length 20
flag: 0-10; 0 means no phone group
value: string, max length 16
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
value: default:30000
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
(not used)
value: string, max length 64
value: default:31000
cmd,flag
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
(not used)
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M1000_ProV2_PhoneGroup:
0601
phoneNumber1
0602
phoneNumber2
0603
phoneNumber3
0604
phoneNumber4
0605
phoneNumber5
0606
phoneNumber6
0607
phoneNumber7
0608
phoneNumber8
0609
phoneNumber9
0610
phoneNumber10
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
0633
cmd,flag
phoneGroupMapping1
0634
phoneGroupMapping2
0635
phoneGroupMapping3
0636
phoneGroupMapping4
0637
phoneGroupMapping5
0638
phoneGroupMapping6
0639
phoneGroupMapping7
0640
phoneGroupMapping8
0641
phoneGroupMapping9
0642
phoneGroupMapping10
M1000_ProV2_Wakeup:
0701
timingWakeupEnable1
0702
wakeupHour1
0703
wakeupMinute1
0704
timingWakeupEnable2
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value: string, max length 20
value: string, max length 20
value: string, max length 20
value: string, max length 20
value: string, max length 20
value: string, max length 20
value: string, max length 20
value: string, max length 20
value: string, max length 20
flag:
Bit0 refers to Phone No.1”: 1- add to
Phone Group 1, 0 – do not add to
Phone Group 1;
Bit 1 refers to Phone No.2”: 1- add
to Phone Group 1 , 0 – do not add to
Phone Group 1;
Bit 2 refers to Phone No.3”: 1- add
to Phone Group 1, 0 – do not add to
Phone Group 1;
……
Bit 9 refers to Phone No.10”: 1- add
to Phone Group 1, 0 – do not add to
Phone Group 1;
Following commands such as
“phoneGroupMapping2” and
“phoneGroupMapping3”, etc are the
same.
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,value
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value: 0-23
value: 0-59
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
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0706
0707
0708
0709
0717
0718
0719
0720
0721
0722
0723
0724
0725
0726
0727
wakeupHour2
wakeupMinute2
timingWakeupEnable3
wakeupHour3
wakeupMinute3
periodWakeupEnable
wakeupPeriod
callWakeupEnable
callWakeup PhoneGroup
callWakeup ReplyEnable
smsWakeupEnable
smsWakeup PhoneGroup
smsWakeupPassword
smsWakeup ReplyEnable
dataWakeupEnable
outputDataLen
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,flag
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,flag
cmd,value
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,value
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,value
0728
onlineOutputContent
cmd,value
M1000_ProV2_Reboot:
0801
timingRebootEnable1
0802
rebootHour1
0803
rebootMinute1
0804
timingRebootEnable2
0805
rebootHour2
0806
rebootMinute2
0807
timingRebootEnable3
0808
rebootHour3
0809
rebootMinute3
0817
callRebootEnable
0818
callReboot PhoneGroup
0819
callReboot ReplyEnable
0820
smsRebootEnable
0821
smsReboot PhoneGroup
0822
smsRebootPassword
0823
smsReboot ReplyEnable
M1000_ProV2_Modbus:
0901
modbusEnable
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value: 0-59
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
value: 0-23
value: 0-59
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
value: 3-1800,default:0
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
flag: 0-10; 0 means no phonegroup
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
flag: 0-10; 0 means no phonegroup
value: string, max length 20
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
value: 0 - 30
value:
hex format string.[0-9,a-f],max
length 60
outputDataLen is half of the length
of onlineOutputContent.
e.g. 3132 means "12",
outputDataLen is 2
cmd,flag
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,flag
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,flag
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,value
cmd,flag
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
value: 0-23
value: 0-59
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
value: 0-23
value: 0-59
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
value: 0-23
value: 0-59
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
flag: 0-10; 0 means no phonegroup
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
flag: 0-10; 0 means no phonegroup
value: string, max length 20
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
cmd,flag
flag: 0 - disable,1 – enable
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modbusMode
0903
conn2Enable
0904
conn2Addr
0905
conn2Port
0906
conn2SocketType
0907
conn3Enable
0908
conn3Addr
0909
conn3Port
0910
conn3SocketType
0917
modbusAddrStart1
0918
modbusAddrEnd1
0919
modbusAddrStart2
0920
modbusAddrEnd2
0921
modbusAddrStart3
0922
modbusAddrEnd3
M1000_ProV2_Advanced:
1001
loginEnable
1002
loginRetryTimes
1003
loginRetryInterval
1004
loginReqLen
cmd,flag
cmd,flag
cmd,value
cmd,value
1005
loginReqContent
cmd,value
1006
loginAckLen
cmd,value
1007
loginAckContent
cmd,value
1017
1018
1019
heartbeatEnable
heartbeatInterval
heartbeatReqLen
cmd,flag
cmd,value
cmd,value
1020
heartbeatReqContent
cmd,value
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cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,value
cmd,flag
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flag: 0 – Slave 1 – Master
flag: 0 - disable,1 – enable
value: string, max length 64
value: 0 – 65535
(not used)
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
value: string, max length 64
value: 0 - 65535
(not used)
value: 1-247
value: 1-247
value: 1-247
value: 1-247
value: 1-247
value: 1-247
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
value: 0-60,default:3
value: 5-120,default:60
value: 0 – 32
value:
hex format string.[0-9,a-f], max
length 64
loginReqLen is half of the length of
loginReqContent.
e.g. 3132 means "12", loginReqLen
is 2
value: 0 - 32
value:
hex format string.[0-9,a-f], max
length 64
loginAckLen is half of the length of
loginAckContent.
e.g. 3132 means "12", loginAckLen
is 2
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
value: 5-1200,default:300
value: 0 – 32
value:
hex format string.[0-9,a-f], max
length 64
heartbeatReqLen is half of the
length of heartbeatReqContent.
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e.g. 3132 means "12",
heartbeatReqLen is 2
1021
heartbeatAckLen
cmd,value
1022
heartbeatAckContent
cmd,value
1033
1034
logoutEnable
logoutReqLen
cmd,flag
cmd,value
1035
logoutReqContent
cmd,value
1036
logoutAckLen
cmd,value
1037
logoutAckContent
cmd,value
value: 0 - 32
value:
hex format string.[0-9,a-f], max
length 64
heartbeatAckLen is half of the length
of heartbeatAckContent.
e.g. 3132 means "12",
heartbeatAckLen is 2
flag: 0 - disable,1 - enable
value: 0 - 32
value:
hex format string.[0-9,a-f], max
length 64
logoutReqLen is half of the length of
logoutReqContent.
e.g. 3132 means "12",
logoutReqLen is 2
value: 0 - 32
value:
hex format string.[0-9,a-f], max
length 64
logoutAckLen is half of the length of
logoutAckContent.
e.g. 3132 means "12",
logoutAckLen is 2
5.2.4 SMS Control examples
Command SMS configuration examples
Configuration
Configuration Description
Category
enableDelimiter1
Enable
Configuration enableDelimiter2
Option
Configuration
SMS Content
Comments
0109,1
0111,0
Enable Delimiter1.
Disable Delimiter2.
parity
0105,1
Be configured as Odd parity.
authTypeSim1
0201,2
SIM1 is configured as PAP
authType.
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delimiter1
Hex
character
Configuration
delimiter2
Integer
Configuration
String
Configuration
packingLength
Socket port
peerAddr
SIM1 APN
outputDataLen
Hex String
Length Value
Configuration
loginReqLen
onlineOutputContent
Hex Sting
Configuration
loginReqContent
phoneGroupMapping1
Phone Group
Configuration
phoneGroupMapping2
“31” represents the hex
number 0x31, representing
0110,31
the character "1", delimiter
ranges 0x00-0xff.
“32” represents the hex
number 0x32, representing
0112,32
the character "2", delimiter
ranges 0x00-0xff.
Data packing length is
0108,1024
configured as 1024 bytes.
Port number is configured as
0302,8888
8888.
Remote IP address is
0301,www.robustel.net.cn configured as
www.robustel.net.cn.
SIM 1’s APN is configured as
0202,CMNET
“CMNET”.
Output data length when the
0727,2
gateway dial up is configured
as 2.
Login Request length is
configured as 2, if
“loginReqContent” is
1004,2
configured as “3334”, means
string “34”, so “loginReqLen”
is configured as 2.
Output Online Content when
0728,3132
the gateway dial up is
configured as “3132”.
The data packet to login
1005,3334
platform is configured as
“3334”.
3 = 0000000001, it means
0633,1
Phone No.1 is added to Phone
Group 1.
3 = 0000000011, it means
0634,3
Phone No.1 and Phone No.2
are added to Phone Group 1.
csdBackup PhoneGroup
0317,1
Assign Phone Group 1 as CSD
backup Phone Group.
smsReboot PhoneGroup
0821,2
Assign Phone Group 2 as SMS
reboot Phone Group.
Choose
Phone Group
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5.3
Troubleshooting
This section of the document describes possible problems encountered when using the Robustel M1000 Pro V2 and
their solutions.
5.3.1 The gateway’s LED does not light:


Check if gateway has connected to a 9 to 36VDC power supply properly.
Check if the power connector is properly inserted.
5.3.2 No connection with gateway through serial link




Check if the serial cable has been connected properly.
Check if the serial cable has been made by following pin assignment given in table PIN Assignment for RS232
and RS485.
Check if your program has proper setting. Factory setting of the gateway under Normal Mode is listed at 5.1.
Check if there is another program interfering with the communication program, such as conflict on
communication port access.
5.3.3 GPRS/UMTS connection cannot be established


5.4
Check if the APN, User Name and Password have been input correctly.
Check if the SIM card balance is enough or not.
Terms and Abbreviations
Abbreviations
AC
APN
CE
CHAP
CSD
CTS
dB
Description
Alternating Current
Access Point Name of GPRS/UMTS Service Provider Network
Conformité Européene (European Conformity)
Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol
Circuit Switched Data
Clear to Send
Decibel
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dBi
DC
DCD
DCE
DCS 1800
Decibel Relative to an Isotropic radiator
Direct Current
Data Carrier Detect
Data Communication Equipment (typically modems)
Digital Cellular System, also referred to as PCN
DDNS
DNS
DSR
DTE
DTMF
DTR
EMC
EMI
ESD
ETSI
GND
GPRS
GSM
IMEI
kbps
LED
MAX
Min
MO
MS
MT
PAP
PC
PCN
PCS
PDU
PPP
PIN
PSU
PUK
R&TTE
RF
RTC
RTS
Rx
SIM
SMA
Dynamic Domain Name Server
Domain Name Server
Data Set Ready
Data Terminal Equipment
Dual Tone Multi-frequency
Data Terminal Ready
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Electromagnetic Interference
Electrostatic Discharges
European Telecommunications Standards Institute
Ground
General Package Radio Service
Global Standard for Mobile Communications
International Mobile Equipment Identification
kbits per second
Light Emitting Diode
Maximum
Minimum
Mobile Originated
Mobile Station
Mobile Terminated
Password Authentication Protocol
Personal Computer
Personal Communications Network, also referred to as DCS 1800
Personal Communication System, also referred to as GSM 1900
Protocol Data Unit
Point-to-point Protocol
Personal Identity Number
Power Supply Unit
Personal Unblocking Key
Radio and Telecommunication Terminal Equipment
Radio Frequency
Real Time Clock
Request to Send
Receive Direction
Subscriber Identification Module
Subminiature Version A RF Connector
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SMS
TCP/IP
TE
Tx
UART
UDP
USSD
VSWR
Short Message Service
Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol
Terminal Equipment, also referred to as DTE
Transmit Direction
Universal Asynchronous Receiver-transmitter
User Datagram Protocol
Unstructured Supplementary Service Data
Voltage Stationary Wave Ratio
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