Error with the GPIO30 for Q64 modem


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Hi folks,

We have a Q64 modem with the following response:

AT+WIOM=2
+WIOM: “GPIO0”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO1”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO2”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO3”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO4”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO5”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO6”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO7”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO8”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO9”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO10”,4

OK

and another Q64 with the following response:

AT+WIOM=2
+WIOM: “GPIO0”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO1”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO2”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO3”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO14”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO15”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO16”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO17”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO19”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO20”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO21”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO22”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO23”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO24”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO25”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO26”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO27”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO28”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO29”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO30”,3
+WIOM: “GPIO31”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO32”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO33”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO34”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO35”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO44”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO45”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO46”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO47”,4
+WIOM: “GPIO48”,4

OK

Both modems have a firmware version R74.000 and our application uses the GPIO30 to generate a signal to a microcontroller.

Does anybody know how must be configured the first modem to use the GPIO30?

Thanks for your reply.