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    sending MMS using AT commands and GSM Modem

    hi,
    I want to send the MMS using system.pls help me. i have send the SMS using AT and GSM Modem, can i use this for sending MMS also?. If it so, please tell me AT commands, ans how i can use this for the MMS.

    now i am having GSM Modem with me. how i can use this for sending MMS. i know the AT commands also.

    i am using Wavemate GSM Modem.

    thanks and regards,
    Naga.S

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    Re: sending MMS using AT commands and GSM Modem

    AT commands can support MMS?

    I know it only support SMS.

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    Re: sending MMS using AT commands and GSM Modem

    Hi,
    You can youse only GSM modem with GPRS.
    You need to attach: AT+CGATT
    Define PDP context: AT+CGDCONT
    Activate pdp-context: AT+CGACT
    Now you have ip address on the your "GSM modem"
    Then you will need to open tcp connection to MMSC via WAP Gateway (Proxy). And will send MM on the ip-tcp-http-mmse protocol

    Sorry it's one way...
    MMS is ip multimedia messaging and you need to use ip for sending MM

    Cheers,
    Artem

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    Re: sending MMS using AT commands and GSM Modem

    How do you make a new post in this forum??! I have been trying to figure that out for sometime now, i t is very frustrating

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    Re: sending MMS using AT commands and GSM Modem

    Quote Originally Posted by arontchikov
    Hi,
    You can youse only GSM modem with GPRS.
    You need to attach: AT+CGATT
    Define PDP context: AT+CGDCONT
    Activate pdp-context: AT+CGACT
    Now you have ip address on the your "GSM modem"
    Then you will need to open tcp connection to MMSC via WAP Gateway (Proxy). And will send MM on the ip-tcp-http-mmse protocol

    Sorry it's one way...
    MMS is ip multimedia messaging and you need to use ip for sending MM

    Cheers,
    Artem
    Hi,

    Do you have more information on this..
    Any document, tutorial related to this topic.. I need to use this for the project im working on..

    Thanks,
    Kunal

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    Modem connection type from IP address

    Hi
    I have go an IP address of an interface.
    Is it possible to determine the type of interface from it? i.e. I have 3 interface up, a mobile 3g modem, wlan, ethernet lan. I want to determine from the ip address which is my mobile 3g connection.

    regards,
    ashraf.

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    Re: sending MMS using AT commands and GSM Modem

    Quote Originally Posted by arontchikov View Post
    Hi,
    You can youse only GSM modem with GPRS.
    You need to attach: AT+CGATT
    Define PDP context: AT+CGDCONT
    Activate pdp-context: AT+CGACT
    Now you have ip address on the your "GSM modem"
    Then you will need to open tcp connection to MMSC via WAP Gateway (Proxy). And will send MM on the ip-tcp-http-mmse protocol

    Sorry it's one way...
    MMS is ip multimedia messaging and you need to use ip for sending MM

    Cheers,
    Artem

    Hi there,
    is it possible provide more details on this please??

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    Unhappy Re: sending MMS using AT commands and GSM Modem

    if this is the case in case of an MMS,
    what if i want to send files,
    I am not able 2 register itself over GPRS network using AT commands,
    can I send files using FTP commands directly thru AT commands if so,can any1 please help,
    I want 2 transfer data files between 2 modems,if possible directly or thru a GPRS netwrok,
    In either cases can any1 tell me how?


    thankz for helpin out..

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    Thumbs up Re: sending MMS using AT commands and GSM Modem

    Hi,

    You can send MMS without GPRS connectivity. Before that you have to check whether your modem supports PDU (Protocol Description Unit) mode. If your modem supports, then you can send Picture messages, ringtones, vCards etc through messages. For details you have to look at PDU format messaging using GSM modem. Go through the link given.. you will get some idea about it then

    http://www.nowsms.com/discus/messages/132/19234.html

    Regards
    Augustine P A

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    Re: sending MMS using AT commands and GSM Modem

    hello
    @ arontchikov

    Hi,
    You can youse only GSM modem with GPRS.
    You need to attach: AT+CGATT
    Define PDP context: AT+CGDCONT
    Activate pdp-context: AT+CGACT
    Now you have ip address on the your "GSM modem"
    Then you will need to open tcp connection to MMSC via WAP Gateway (Proxy). And will send MM on the ip-tcp-http-mmse protocol

    Sorry it's one way...
    MMS is ip multimedia messaging and you need to use ip for sending MMs

    one way only?
    so it can only send mms or recieve mms?
    have you tried using this code?
    im using an itegno i3800 do you think this modem is capable of this if not can you recommend one.

    tnx

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    Re: sending MMS using AT commands and GSM Modem

    @pappu

    wat kind of application are you doing?

    im doing one too maybe we can help each other by giving some info's
    tnx

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