Internal / external application confusion

#1

what is the difference between the internal and external application as according to wavecom documentation for the +WOPEN command?

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MK

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#2

The internal application is, as the name suggests, internal to the Wavecom unit - it is the Open-AT application embedded within the Wavecom product.

Conversely, the external “application” is outside the Wavecom unit - it is the thing that sends commands to the Wavecom product, and receives responses from it.

In some cases, the external “application” could be just a person typing commands at a terminal, and/or viewing responses on a screen…

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#3

what is the difference between the internal and external open at library versions as according to wavecom documentation for the at+wopen=2 command?

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#4

Presumably, the “internal” version relates to the version within the Wavecom firmware, and the “external” version is what the application requires.

Thus, if there is no application, no external version is displayed.

If there is an application, one would expect the two versions to match…

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#5

I have a link in the first post that relates to this inquisition.

To sum up, I have been unable to erase the internal open at library version after upgrading to new firmware and rebuilding entire project with new libs, os… this cause the renowned uninterruptible reset loop.

Is there any other way I can follow this up?

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#6

Using a new modem with the latest firmware installed from supplier and using latest (matching) open at libs and building the same code as used with previous firmware and open at libs, I am still getting:

+WOPEN: 2,“AT v03.12”,“AT v03.14”

The application seems to run ok. So there must not be any relationship between the internal and external version.

MK

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