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Sending AT Commands E200/E220 series

Solution

If you want to send AT commands to the router, you will need to SSH in. More info here: SSH ACCESS E200 Series.
After you're SSH'd in, run the script sendat with the AT command in the terminal.

 

Example:

root@Maestro:~# sendat ati3

command is ati3 and time is 1

Manufacturer: Sierra Wireless, Incorporated

 
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Article ID: 57
Category: Router
Date added: 2016-09-14 07:57:15
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