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Online tool and AT commands for M2M modules

Posted on Friday, January 17th, 2014 in Arduino, tools, wireless by the machinegeek

Surya writes with this reference to a guide for a tool an Online AT Command Tester for use with an attached wireless/cellular module. This topic refers to Machine to Machine (M2M) device communications which take AT commands over serial connections. The tool was developed with the M10 Quectel Arduino GSM shield in mind.

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7 Responses to “Online tool and AT commands for M2M modules”

  1. As far as I know this Java app is now blocked for a security reason. Hope this will change soon, I used it almost every week.

  2. Surya says:

    I didn’t realize this is blocking for some users.. If users can provide snapshot of the see they see when blocked, that’ll be very helpful..

  3. Xykon says:

    You can change your Java settings to still allow running this. In the Java control panel go to the security tab and change it from High to Medium (I have a German version so the labels might be slightly different). Once you made that change the applet will run again without problems.

  4. Oh thank you for the advice, I will test it right now!

  5. Bill says:

    i want to know how to download this???

  6. This is not meant to be downloaded. This is a plugin that runs on your browser. You can find it at this address: http://m2msupport.net/m2msupport/module-tester/

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