14 Jul 10 5:23
yes, these dongles are recognised as dongles in Windows. I am able to establish the modem connection also via Procomm and can execute AT commands as well.
Though I am a bit confused about certain aspects:
a.) When I do a PDP establishment for the dongles using the Windows Dial-up-networking, the PPP interfcae IP address is diaplyed on doing a ipconfig on the command prompt.
However , when I use the at+cgact commadn from the Procomm to establish the PDP, no IP address gets recognised at the Windows level. Though I know that the PDP establishment has been successful, since on doing a at+agpaddr i can see the IP address.
Is it that the PDP context is restricted to the Procomm level in this case?
Also even when I try to shift to the FTP window in Procomm and then connect to the FTP server that we have, the connection is not possible. Stating that the host is unreachable.
My aim here is to connect multiple USB dongles (3g data dongles) to a machine and then control FTP transfers for them. The throuhgput also needs to be captured for each dongle.
I am new to Procomm but after going through your site and this forum, I think it might be possible to haev a master script spawn multiple processes, one each for a dongle adn then establish PDP and do data transfers. Logging might be an issue though.
From your experience do you think this might be feasible?
I am targetting a Windows machine for this.
Thanks for you help