Because of having a XP Embedded System or Desktop PC or PAC in the field and transmitting the value of sensors automatically through this GPRS modem, I intend to program c# or vc++ codes that was been deployed in those systems. When the data is been changed or excess of the cirtical value, it start to dial-up GPRS modem through com port and create a PPP connection to transmit data. After transmitting successfully, it can disconnect the PPP connection.
That’s whole my scenario.
I knew that I have to response the PPP 3way-handshake, but I wonder how the NEW CONNECTION WIZARD in Windows OS do that!
Do you have approximate samples to establish GPRS over PPP connection through M1206B just like Windows OS?
I made a mistake. Since the exactly what I mean as following,
I intend to program c# or vc++ codes that will been deployed in those systems, I have no idea about that. I also looked for msdn and codeproject but none what I want.
The NEW CONNECTION WIZARD is a native application in Windows OS. Because It can’t been integrated to my application, I don’t want to use but learning it. So I said “just like windows NEW CONNECTION WIZARD”. Further the application may been deployed in PC,embedded system or PAC which connect the GPRS modem with RS-232.
OK, so it’s just a question of English usage - which, presumably, is not your first language?
Note that “been” is in the past tense - it refers to something that is done already;
To describe your intention to do something in the future, you would say, “I intend to program c# or vc++ codes that will be deployed…”
Is that what you mean?
Then, clearly, the first thing you need to learn is C# or VC++ programming for PCs - that’s not a subject for this forum!
There are plenty of courses and books that cover this.
They will, of course, assume that you have at least a basic understanding of Windows programming!
Of course not: it’s for users - not for applications!
Again, you mean “may be”?
What “embedded system”?
What is a PAC?
It’s highly unlikely that you’ll be able to write a single application that will run on all these platforms - especially if you use C#, which is a Microsoft language specifically for Windows, isn’t it?
Each of them will have its own “driver” layer which you will need to understand and use; eg, on Windows you might use the Windows Sockets interface…