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GPRSUserManual

Version:1.1 Date:February2010

AboutThisManual

This manual introduces the use of the GPRS function of the Fingerprint Recognition Terminals (FRT) with blackandwhite LCDs as well as 3.5inch and 8inch color LCDs and some GPRSrelatedFAQs.

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TableofContents
1.GPRSOverview ........................................................................ 1 2.GPRSUseDescription.............................................................. 4 2.1InsertaSIMCard ............................................................. 4 2.2SetGPRSConnectionParameters ................................. 4 2.3ActivateGPRS ................................................................. 8 2.4TransferDataUsingGPRS............................................ 15 2.5DisconnectGPRS .......................................................... 24 2.6RestartGPRS................................................................ 25 3.CheckGPRSInformation........................................................ 27 4.FAQ.......................................................................................... 31

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1.GPRSOverview
The General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) is a GSMbased wireless packet switched technology used to provide endtoend wideareawirelessIPconnections.Generallyspeaking,theGPRS isahighspeeddataprocessingtechnologywhichtransfersdata to users in Packet mode. Although the GPRS is a transitional solution from the GSM network to 3G, yet it has prominent advantages in many aspects such as the transfer rate, wireless resource management and billing. The GPRS is especially suitableforintermittentandsporadicorfrequentandsmallpacket data transmission and also suitable for occasional bulky data transmission.TheGPRSisonlyanordinarysubnetwithrespectto otherInternetcomponents.Userswillhaveastaticordynamically allocatedIPaddressinadditiontoaphonenumber.Thisfeatureis idealforamajorityofmobileapplications,forexample,themobile officeandInternetaccess. WithabuiltinGPRSmodule,ourFRTsarealsoGPRScapableto implementGPRSdatatransfer.CurrentlytheGPRSdatatransfer isimplementedbasedonthePUSHSDKwhichisaHTTPbased protocol. By embedding the PUSH SDK into the program, users can conveniently download/upload employee information and verificationdataovertheGPRS.Further,wehavedevelopedaset ofPUSHSDKbasedsoftwarewithB/Sarchitecture.Thesoftware isknownastheAutomaticDataMasterServer(ADMS).Userscan collectdatadirectlyby usingthe ADMSandimportthecollected dataintotheirdatabaseorothersoftware.

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TermsandDefinitions GPRS: The General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) is a new packet data bearer service developed based on the Global SystemforMobileCommunications(GSM). GSM:TheGlobalSystemforMobileCommunications(GSM)isa standarddevelopedbyEuropefordigitalmobilenetworktoenable network operators around the world to use the same mobile network standard and users to roam and switch carrierswithout replacingphones. APN: The Access Point Name (APN) is a mandatory parameter foryoutoaccesstheGPRSnetwork.Itdeterminesinwhichmode youaccesstheGPRSnetwork.
Note: To check the APN, see 3 Check GPRS Information for APN settings,see2.2SetGPRSConnectionParameters.

WAP: The Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) is a globally uniformopenprotocolstandardusedtoprovideInternetcontents and advanced valueadded services for mobile terminals. It is a simplifiedwirelessInternetprotocol.TheWAPcombinesInternet withthemobilephonetechnologytomakeitpossibleforusersto access rich Internet resources anytime anywhere. The WAP serviceenablesmobilephonestoaccessInternetdirectlytoenjoy various application services such as the news browsing, stock query,emailsending/receiving,onlinegamesandchattingthrough theWAPbrowseronthemobilephones. ADMS:AutomaticDataMasterServer. SIM:TheSubscriberIdentityModule(SIM)isalso knownasthe Intelligent Card (IC) or the user identification card. The GSM digitalmobilephonescanonlybeusedafterinstalledwiththeSIM
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card.TheSIMcardiscommonlyreferredtoasthetelephonecard. The SIM card stores the information of mobile users and encryptedkeyonaportablememorychipfortheGSMnetworkto identifyusersandencryptvoiceinformationinaconversation.

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2.GPRSUseDescription
2.1InsertaSIMCard Insert a GPRScapable SIM card into the GPRS module before usingtheGPRSfunction.
Note: Some SIM cards may not be GPRScapable. If the GPRS is not activated on your phone, please contact your carrier to have it activated.

2.2SetGPRSConnectionParameters You need to set the GPRS connection parameters for the initial useorthereplacementofaGPRScapableSIMcard. When used for the dialup network, ensure the FRT stays within theGPRSsignalcoverageareaandunderstandtheMODEMtype, APNandaccessnumber.Thefollowingareinstructionstosetthe connectionparameterofFRTswiththeblackandwhiteLCDsas wellas3inch,3.5inchand8inchcolorLCDs. 1. Set connection parameters for the FRTs with blackandwhiteLCDs. SetconnectionparametersbyusingthedeliveryattachedGPRS Toolprograminthefollowingsteps:

1) Run the interface:

program to display the following

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Part1

Part2

GPRSToolsettingscontainthefollowingtwoparts: Part 1: Set parameters for the communication between the FRTandcomputer. Part2:Settheconnectionparameters. 2) Setcommunicationparameters. TheFRTcancommunicatewiththecomputerthroughthe TCP/IP or RS232. Connect the FRT with the computer throughtheTCP/IPorRS232. Check the IP address, port, network access speed and connectionpassword,andinputtheinformationintopart1of GPRSTool.
Note: All the communication information filled in the GPRS Tool must be consistent with relatedinformation onthe FRT to avoid affectingthecommunicationbetweentheFRTandcomputer.

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Click <Connect> to connect the FRT with the computer. AfterconnectingtheFRTwiththecomputer,youcansetthe GPRSconnectionparametersasbelow. 3) SetGPRSconnectionparameters. AccessPoint:TheAPNisusedtoidentifytheGPRS/CDMA servicetypes.
Note: Usersin different geographical areas have different access points. To obtain your local APN, please contact your carrier to havetheaccesspointactivatedorsearchonline.

Usernameandpassword: Usedtoverifywhethertheuseris grantedaccesstotheGPRSnetwork. Verification mode: The authentication protocols based on user name and password support ordinary and complete verificationmodes.Generallytheordinaryverificationmodeis adopted. 4) After setting the GPRS connection parameters, click the <Save>buttonandrestarttheFRTtomakethesettingstake effect. 2.SetconnectionparametersfortheFRTswith3.5inchand 8inchcolorLCDs. Select[Menu][CommunicationParameterSettings][Dial Settings]asshownbelow:

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TheDialSettinginterfaceofFRTswith3.5inchcolorLCDs

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TheDialSettinginterfaceofFRTswith8inchcolorLCDs ModemType: This parameter is used to select the MODEM type basedontheSIMtype. Activate: This parameter is used to set whether to activate the automaticdialfunction. Frequency:Selectanappropriatefrequencybasedontheservice providedbythecarrier. APN:ThisparameterisusedtoidentitytheGPRS/CDMAservice types. User name and password: This parameter is used to verify whethertheuserisgrantedaccesstotheGPRSnetwork. Access number: This parameter refers to the access number of theGPRSserver. RedialTimeInterval:Thisparameterisusedtoset atimeinterval forautomaticredialuponnetworkdisconnection. RedialCount: This parameter is used to set the redial attempts uponnetworkdisconnection. Pressortolocatethecursorinanentryboxorbutton,and thenselecttheitemtosetbypressing or ,orinputavalue directly.Afterfinishingsettings,youcanpress< >or<OK>to save your settings and return to the previous interface, or press <ESC> to cancel your settings and return to the previous interface. 2.3ActivateGPRS TheFRTsupportsbothautomaticandmanualactivationofGPRS.

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1. AutomaticactivationofGPRS FRTswithcolorLCDsdeterminewhethertoautomaticallyactivate the GPRS during start based on parameter settings. FRTs with blackandwhite LCDs automatically activate the GRPS upon startup each time and the activation process takes about 30 seconds. Uponsuccessfulactivation,thefollowinginterfaceisdisplayedon thescreen:
CheckIn

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SuccessfulGPRSactivationonblackandwhiteLCDs

SuccessfulGPRSactivationon3.5inchcolorLCDs

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SuccessfulGPRSactivationon8inchcolorLCDs Meaningsoftheiconsdisplayedonthetopleftcornerortopright corneroftheaboveinterfaces: : Indicates the GPRS signal strength. Five bars represent full signal
strength.Themorebarsyouhave,thestrongerthesignalyougettheless barsyouhave,theweakerthesignalyouget.Theiconaboveindicatesthe fullsignalstrength. Note:IftheiconaboveisnotdisplayeduponFRTstartup,itispossible thattheGPRSnetworksignalisweakortheSIMcardisfaulty.Forthe specificcauseandhandling method,see4FAQ. indicatesnormalGPRSModemstatus. indicatessuccessfulactivationoftheGPRS.

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Note: For FRTs with GPRS automatically activated, if the activation success icon is not displayed, the SIM card may be faulty. For the specificcauseandhandlingmethod,see4FAQ. indicatestheFRTisalreadyconnectedtotheserver. indicatestheFRTisconnectingtotheserver. Note: IftheGPRSactivationissuccessful,buttheicon isdisplayed all the time, the problemmay lie in the server. For the specific cause andhandlingmethod,see4FAQ.

2.ActivatetheGPRSmanually. 1) ToactivatetheGPRSontheFRTswithblackandwhiteLCDs, proceedasfollows: Select [Menu] [Settings] [GPRS Settings], and press <OK> to display the GPRS settings as shown in the followingfigure.
GPRSOpt GPRS Attach GPRSDetach Restart GPRS WEBSERVERIP WEBSvrPort 80 EnableProxy Y ProxyServer ProxyPort 80 GPRSInfo

Select [Activate GPRS] and press <OK>. The following interfaceisdisplayed:

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GPRS Attach AttachSure ESC OK

Press <ESC> to cancel the activation or press <OK> to confirmtheactivation.Thefollowingfigureontheleftwillbe displayeduponsuccessfulactivationandthefollowingfigure ontherightwillbedisplayeduponactivationfailure.
GPRS Attach prsLinkSucceed: ESC OK GPRS Attach prsLinkFail: ESC OK

Note:Normallyanerrorcode,forexample,8inthefigureabove, will be generated upon activation failure. You can judge the possible cause by checking the meaning of the corresponding errorcode.

Press<OK>or<ESC>toreturntothepreviousinterface. 2) To activate the GPRS on the FRTs with 3.5inch and 8inch colorLCDs,proceedasfollows: Select[Menu][CommunicationParameterSettings] [DialSettings]asshownbelow:

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TheDialSettinginterfaceofFRTswith3.5inchcolorLCDs

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TheDialSettinginterfaceofFRTswith8inchcolorLCDs Select[ActivateGPRS]bypressingorandpress <OK>.Thefollowinginterfaceisdisplayed:

Press <ESC> to cancel the activation or press <OK> to confirm the activation. The followingfigurewill bedisplayed uponsuccessfulactivation.

Thefollowingfigurewillbedisplayeduponactivationfailure.

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Note:Normallyanerrorcode,forexample,23,willbegenerated upon activation failure. You can judge the possible cause by checkingthemeaningofthecorrespondingerrorcode.

Press<OK>or<ESC>toreturntothepreviousinterface. There are many factors that may lead to the GPRS activation failure, for example, weak network signal (less than two bars), insufficient SIM card balance, carriers failure to support GPRS and access point error. If the activation success icon is not displayedontheFRTscapableofautomaticGPRSactivation,the GPRS activation fails. In that case, you can check whether it is causedbyanyoftheabovefactorsandthenmanuallyactivatethe GPRS. 2.4TransferDataUsingGPRS Currently the GPRS data transfer is implemented based on the PUSH SDKwhich is aHTTPbased protocol. By embedding the PUSH SDK into the program, users can conveniently download/uploademployeeinformationandverificationdataover theGPRS. Further,wehavedevelopedasetofPUSHSDKbasedsoftware with B/S architecture. The software is known as the Automatic Data Master Server (ADMS). Users can collect data directly by usingtheADMSandimportthecollecteddataintotheirdatabase orothersoftware. As for the ADMS software, we provide a public test website http://121.15.11.106. YoucanaccessthiswebsitethroughtheIP address121.15.11.106andtheportNo.80.
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1.ThefollowingtakestheADMSasanexampletoillustratehow totransferdatausingtheGPRSontheFRTswithblackandwhite LCDsaswellas3.5inchand8inchcolorLCDs. 1) To transfer data using the GPRS on FRTs with the blackandwhiteLCDs,proceedasfollows: To set the IP address of the server, select [Menu] [Settings][GPRSSettings]andpressortoselect [WEBHostIP].
GPRSOpt WEBSERVERIP WEBSvrPort 80 EnableProxy Y

InputtheIPaddressoftheWebServerandpress<OK>. TosettheportNo.oftheserver,select[Menu][Settings] [GPRSSettings]andpressortoselect[WEBSvr Port].


GPRSOpt RestartGPRS WEBSERVERIP WEBSvrPort 80

Press<OK>toconfirmtheinputportNo.Afterfinishingsetting, press<OK>tosaveyoursetting. LogintotheWebServertoaccesstheGPRSequipment. AftersettingWEBHostIPandWEBSvrPort,youcanlog in to the Web Server to access the GPRS equipment. Enter http://121.15.11.106 into the IE browser address column of thePCtoaccesstheADMSinterfaceasshownbelow:
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The ADMS operation steps are as follows: (For details, see relateddocuments) Step1:Addaterminal. Step2:Addemployeedata,ordownloademployeedatafrom theterminal. Step3:Performdepartmentandemployeemanagement. Step 4: Download and query attendance records from the terminal. Remarks:Whencustomerssetupserversontheirown,they musthaveapublicIPaddress.AstaticIPaddressispreferred becausetheGPRSnetworkusedby theFRTresidesonthe

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carriers network and data is transferred between them over Internettoensurestabledatatransfer. 2) TotransferdatausingtheGPRS onFRTswith3.5inchand 8inchcolorLCDs,proceedasfollows: To set the IP address of the server, select [Menu] [Communication Settings]. For FRTs with 3.5inch color LCDs, select [Dial Settings] to set the IP address for the FRTswith8inchcolorLCDs,select[OtherSettings]andthen pressortoselectWEBServerIPAddress.

WEBserversettinginterfaceofFRTswith3.5inchcolorLCDs

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WEBserversettinginterfaceofFRTswith8inchcolorLCDs Enter the Web Server IP address and port for the two parameters WEB Server IP and Server Port and press <OK>toconfirmthesettings. LogintotheWebServertoaccesstheGPRSequipment. AftersettingthetwoparametersWEBServerIPandServer Port,youcanlogintotheWebServertoaccesstheGPRS equipment. Enter http://121.15.11.106 into the IE browser address column of the PC to access the ADMS interface as shownbelow:

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The ADMS operation steps are as follows: (For details, see relateddocuments) Step1:Addaterminal. Step2:Addemployeedata,ordownloademployeedatafrom theterminal. Step3:Performdepartmentandemployeemanagement. Step 4: Download and query attendance records from the terminal. Remarks:Whencustomerssetupserversontheirown,they musthaveapublicIPaddress.AstaticIPaddressispreferred becausetheGPRSnetworkusedby theFRTresidesonthe

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carriers network and data is transferred between them over Internettoensurestabledatatransfer. 2.SetProxyServer IftheserverAPNusedbytheGPRSisInternetorcmnet(thatis, net),theproxyisnotrequiredtoconnecttotheWebServerif theserver APNusedbytheGPRSisWAPservice,theproxyis required to connect to the Web Server. The IP address of the proxyserverisgenerally10.0.0.172andtheportNo.is80or9201. ForthespecificIPaddressandportNo.,pleaseconsultyourlocal GPRSnetworkprovider. 1) SettheproxyserverontheFRTswithblackandwhiteLCDs. Select the proxy server. Select [Menu] [Settings] [GPRS Settings], and press or to select [Proxy Server]andsetittoYES. SettheIPaddressoftheproxyserver. PressortoselectProxyServerIP,andpress<OK> todisplaythesettinginterface.SettheIPaddressoftheproxy server to 10.0.0.172 according to the requirements of the WAPservices,asshowninthefollowingfigure.
ProxyServer 1000172 ESC OK

Settheserverport.Select"ServerPort"bypressingor tosettheportNo.oftheserverdirectly.SettheportNo.to 80 or 9201 based on the requirements of the WAP services.


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2) Set the proxy server on the FRTs with 3.5inch and 8inch colorLCDs Selecttheproxyserver.Select[Menu][Communication Settings]: For FRTs with 3.5inch color LCDs, select [Dial Settings]fortheFRTswith8inchcolorLCDs,select[Other Settings]andthenpressortoselect[ProxyServer] andsetittoEnable.

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WEBserversettinginterfaceofFRTswith8inchcolorLCDs SettheIPaddressoftheproxyserver.Pressorto select Proxy Server IP, and press <OK> to display the setting interface. Set the IP address of the proxy server to 10.0.0.172 according to the requirements of the WAP services. Settheserverport.Select"ServerPort"bypressingor tosettheportNo.oftheserverdirectly.SettheportNo.to 80 or 9201 based on the requirements of the WAP services.

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2.5DisconnectGPRS TodisconnecttheGPRS,proceedasfollows: 1) To disconnect the GPRS on the FRTs with blackandwhite LCDs,proceedasfollows: Select[Menu][Settings][GPRSSettings],andpress ortoselect[DisconnectGPRS]andpress<OK>todisplay thefollowinginterface:
GPRSDetach Detach,Sure ESC OK

Press<OK>toconfirmtheGPRSdisconnection. 2)TodisconnecttheGPRSontheFRTswith3.5inchand8inch colorLCDs,proceedasfollows: Select[Menu][CommunicationSettings][DialSettings], and press or to select [Disconnect GPRS] and press <OK>todisplaythefollowinginterface:

Press<OK>toconfirmtheGPRSdisconnection.

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2.6RestartGPRS Restarting GPRS is to restart the GPRS module upon powerdown.TorestarttheGPRS,proceedasfollows: 1)TorestarttheGPRS on theFRTswithblackandwhiteLCDs, proceedasfollows: Select[Menu][Settings][GPRSSettings],andpress or to select [Restart GPRS] and press<OK> to display the followinginterface:
RestartGPRS Restart,Sure ESC OK

Press<OK>toconfirmtheGPRSrestart. 2)TorestarttheGPRSontheFRTswith3.5inchand8inchcolor LCDs,proceedasfollows: Select[Menu][CommunicationSettings][DialSettings], andpressortoselect[RestartGPRS]andpress<OK> todisplaythefollowinginterface:

Press<OK>againtoconfirmtheGPRSrestart.Thefollowingtwo figures respectively show the system prompts Activation SuccessandActivationFailure:


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3.CheckGPRSInformation
1.CheckGPRSInformation YoucanchecktheGPRSinformationincludingtheModemmodel, mobilecarrier,GPRSPPPIP,GPRStrafficandaccesspoint,and cleartheGPRStraffic. 1) Select [Menu] [Settings] [GPRS Settings] [GPRS Info],pressortoselecttheitemtobecheckedandpress <OK> to check related information, as shown in the following figure:
GPRSInfo Operator NetworkStatus GPRSPPPIP GPRSFlow GPRSFlowReset APN ModemModel

GPRSinformationontheFRTswithblackandwhiteLCDs ForFRTswith3.5inch and8inchcolorLCDs,select[Menu] [CommunicationSettings][DialSettings][GPRSInfo]to displaytheGPRSinformation,asshowninthefollowingfigure:

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GPRSinformationontheFRTswith8inchcolorLCDs Modemmodel:You can check the Modem model of the GPRS here. Mobilecarrier:YoucancheckthemobilecarrieroftheSIMcard here. Registrationstatus:YoucanchecktheGPRSregistrationstatus. SuccessfulregistrationmeanstheSIMcardisavailable. GPRSPPPIP:referstotheIPaddressautomaticallyallocatedfor theGPRSequipmentbythemobilecarrieruponsuccessfuldialup. This IP address differs from that set for the communication betweentheFRTandcomputer. GPRSTraffic:referstothereceivedandsentGPRStraffic(Unit: Byte). ClearGPRSTraffic:YoucancleartheGPRStrafficandrecollect thestatisticsoftheGPRStraffic. Accesspoint:YoucanchecktheAPNhere. GPRSsignalstrength:TheGPRSsignalstrengthisdisplayedas apercentage. Note: To check the GPRS signal strength on the FRTs with blackandwhiteLCDs,proceedasfollows: 1) Select [Menu] [System Info] [Equipment Info] [GPRSSIGStr],asshowninthefollowingfigure:
DevInfo SLogs 0 GPRSCSQ MenuTime

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Press<OK>todisplaythesignalstrengthinterface,asshownin thefollowingfigure:
GPRSCSQ

68% ESC

OK

The larger the percentage, the stronger the signal strength the smallerthepercentage,theweakerthesignalstrength.

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4.FAQ
1. Question: For FRTs with GPRS automatically activated, whyisthe iconnotdisplayedonthescreen?

Answer:TheSIMcardisnotGPRScapable,ortheSIMcard balanceisinsufficient.Generally theGPRSisonly available twotothreehoursafteryourechargeyourSIMcard. 2. Question: Why is the icon (that is, the GPRS is connected but the Web Server is not connected) displayed? Answer: Generally this error occurs due to the incorrect configuration of the Web Server IP address and port No. Please check whether the Web Server is available on the computer where Internet access is available. Enter http://[IP]:[PortNo.]intheaddressbarofthebrowsertocheck whether the Web Server is available. If you fail to open the web page on the computer, check whether the Web Server runsproperly. If the settings of theWeb Server are proper, checkwhether theFRThasaserialnumberorwhethertheFRTisenrolled ontheserver(thatis,whethertheFRTisallowedtoaccess theWEBserver). 3. Question: Why is the icon screenupontheFRTstartup? not displayed on the

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is no Modem model and mobile carrier information and the registrationstatusisSIMcardregistrationfailure,theproblem liesintheGSMnetworksignal.IfthereisModemmodel,but nosignalicon cardisfaulty. ,theSIMcardisnotinsertedortheSIM

4. Question:WhyisthepromptActivatingModemfailed displayedonthescreen? Answer:TheFRTfailstoopentheserialporthandle.Please check whether Modem shares a serial port with other functionsortheserialportsettingisincorrect. 5. Question:WhyisthepromptInitializingModemfailed displayedonthescreen? Answer: The connection between the Modem and FRT is faulty or the Modem does not operate. Please check the connection cable between them and check whether the indicatoroftheModemmoduleissolidonorblinks. 6. Question: Why is the prompt SIM Registering displayedonthescreen? Answer: The FRT is not registered on the network of the mobilecarrierandinthiscase,proceedasfollows: 1.Waitforawhileoradjusttheantennaangle. 2.ForFRTswithcolorLCDs,checkwhetherthefrequencyof theGPRSModemisconsistentwiththatsupportedbylocal GPRSnetworkprovider. 3.ObservetheindicatorstatusoftheModem.Iftheindicator issolidon,theModemfailstosearchthecarriersnetworkor theSIMcardcannotberegisteredonlocalcarriersnetwork
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if the indicator blinks, the system has not detected the workingstatusoftheModem,soyouneedtowaitforawhile orrestarttheFRT. 7. Question: What does the error code displayed upon manualdialupfailurestandfor? Answer:Pleaserefertothefollowinglistoferrorcodes: Error Meaning Code 1 0 Timeout The dialup program starts successfully or connecting GPRSserverfails.IfconnectingGPRSserverfails,check whethertheAPNiscorrect. 8 Thedialupprogramfailstoopenthescript(checkwhether the dialup port is set properly and whether the SIM card hastheGPRS(includingtariff)activated). Theserververificationfails(CheckwhethertheAPN,user nameandpasswordarecorrect). Opening GPRS port fails or GPRS network registration fails (check whether the GPRS (including tariff) is activated). 114 127 The GPRS equipment is not ready (check whether the GPRSregistrationstatusisnormal). Thepppddialupprogramdoesnotexist.

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Error Meaning Code 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 FatalError OptionError NotRoot NoKernelSupport Userrequested LockFailed OpenFailed ConnectFailed PtycommandFailed NegotiationFailed PeerAuthenticationFailed IdleTimeout SessionTimeout Callback PeerDead DisconnectbyDevice LoopbackError InitFailed AuthenticationtoPeerFailed

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