How to remove [GPRS] and [FTP] debug info?


#1

our product which used Q24+ already installed . but there has one problem we can’t solve. there always have [GPRS] and [FTP] debug info(like FTP User ID/password ) on debug port which must’t be allowed. anyone can tell us how to remove it?

thanks

ADL_SIM_EVENT_PIN_OK return
ADL_SIM_EVENT_FULL_INIT return
[GPRS]: open: -> DISCONNECTED
[GPRS]: start: -> CONNECTING
[GPRS]: GPRS EVENT SETUP OK (cid=1): GPRS activate
[GPRS]: GPRS EVENT: 27 (cid=1)
< 171108 11:21:32–[TCP] init>
singnalStrength=8
[GPRS]: GPRS EVENT ACTIVATE OK (cid=1): FCM open
[GPRS]: FCM subscribe: 0
[GPRS]: FCM EVENT FLOW OPENNED: -> CONNECTED
< 171108 11:21:33–[My GPRS]:CONNECTED IP=124.197.86.248 DNS1=202.65.247.152 DNS2=202.65.247.198>
[TCP]: Connecting to Time Server 131.107.13.100

WIP] closing TCPCLIENT 0x107904c
[FTP=>] “220 Microsoft FTP Service”
[FTP<=] USER starengi
[FTP=>] “331 Password required for xxxx.”
[FTP<=] PASS 678901
[FTP=>] “230 User starengi logged in.”
[FTP<=] TYPE I
[FTP=>] “200 Type set to I.”
Downloading New App
[FTP<=] PASV
[FTP=>] “227 Entering Passive Mode (64,8,117,102,5,26).”
[FTP<=] RETR starengines.com/TS109/dwl/TS109V009_20081111.dwl
[FTP=>] “125 Data connection already open; Transfer starting.”


#2

It is all depending upon the program what you downloaded in to that module… Try to analyze the program just stop/remove the code that is using to disply .
Try above and reply for the same…


#3

No - those are undocumented traces produced by Wavecom - there’s nothing you can do about them! :angry:

Apart, perhaps, from adjusting the WIP_NET_OPT_DEBUG_PORT option in wip_netInitOpts


#4

Still undocumented, and still used by Sierra Wireless: https://forum.sierrawireless.com/t/undocumented-adl-trc-trace-levels-used-internally-by-adl/1371/10