Why send AT command device not respones？
@hanmant What device are you using? How to use it?
@rakadmin im using Lora RAK811.i was trying get the device version by AT command
Please take a photo of your device. Thanks
@administrators i have a RAk812 433Mhz operated and i try to connect it to the gateway Rak831 which is already connected to the TTN with 433Mhz config with the local json file
and when i try to connect my node to gateway or node to TTN it seems my node wont connect here is the response i get when i try to at+join=otaa.
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@clefford218 @administrators I am having the same issue with a 915MHz RAK811 and Rak831 Gateway (connected to TTN). I tried OTAA (returns 6,0,0) and both ABP (no join status returned after "OK") multiple times without success.
@tlocke01 i connected my 433Mhz Gateway to a different server and successfully joined my node to the server and i'm trying now to send data and see uplinks and downlinks
Can someone share a step by step guide of how to send AT commands to the RAK811 board in Mac? I use screen in terminal and I also tried using a SerialTool app but it seems to me I have only got a 'read only' serial monitor mode, as I cannot 'send' any AT command.
@coeus I think your problem is that OS X (as well as virtually any operating system besides DOS and Windows) sends a line feed if you press enter. RAK811 original AT firmware expects DOS style line endings (carriage return, followed by line feed). Screen under OS X sends newline only. You can try CuteCom. I use it under Linux, because you can select the line endings there .
Hello, i had the same issue, but i'm in linux. Ubuntu, to be more specific.
Model: RAK811 1817
Jumpers: CRX-TXD,CTX-RXD and BOOT-GND
I tried the following commands and it worked:
Configure to 8-N-1
stty -F /dev/ttyUSB0 115200 cs8 -cstopb -parenb -echo
To see the version:
echo -e "at+version\r" > /dev/ttyUSB0
I hope it will help somenone
Open two terminal ( run as root )
in first terminal - ( it is to receive the serial data from device )
in second terminal-
echo "at+version" > /dev/ttyUSB0
You should see the version in the first terminal.