opengts and tk102

Help
chemiqs
2012-11-08
2013-06-12
  • chemiqs

    chemiqs - 2012-11-08

    hello
    I installed the server OpenGTS. The operating system is Win2008.
    Everything works very well with phones and tablets.
    Tomcat web server is running.
    I bought a few days ago TK102 - unfortunately Chinese - but the configuration was good.

    I write exactly what I sent to the device.
    1) begin123456
    2) admin123456 48602111555
    3) Internet apn123456
    4) adminip123456 193.193.193.193 31272
    5) t030 *** n123456

    For all of the unit said "OK".
    Unfortunately, nothing is coming to me on the server.
    I do not know how well I did but the IP address is a public address 193,193,193,193 my server and port is the port 31272 that runs the command from the command line:
    C: \ Program Files (x86) \ OpenGTS_2.4.5> bin \ runserver.bat-s tk10x

    The following log from start TK10X:


    Generic TK102/TK103
    Version: 0.1.4
    Copyright 2007-2012, GeoTelematic Solutions, Inc..


    Minimum speed: 3.0 km / h
    Estimating Odometer: true
    Simulating Geozone: true
    Packet Length: End-of-Line Character


    Starting TCP listener thread on port 31272  …
    Starting UDP listener thread on port 31272  …

    I do not see traffic on the server side. Maybe something to do with ports?
    Telnet works fine on that port.

    Please help me because I do not know what I'm doing wrong.

     
  • chemiqs

    chemiqs - 2012-11-09

    help help :)

     
  • jpl

    jpl - 2013-03-14

    Hi, Im having the same problem. Could you solve it?

     
  • Anonymous - 2013-03-24

    It looks you forgot to send:
    gprs123456 (where 123456 is your password)
    reply via SMS GPRS ok

    regards

    William

     
  • zakilatur

    zakilatur - 2013-03-25

    hi

    yes you forget to send GPRS command gprs123456 second thing the apn command i think is wrong, please check the apn command in manual it must be something like apn123456 ……. the command will start with apn.

    there is a command check123456 send this command to device it will return you the GPS signal, GSM signal, GPRS status and battery level which will be helpfull to check where the problem is.

    thank you

     

Log in to post a comment.

Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News.

Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter:





No, thanks