That’s odd. This is the first time that I hear about this problem.
CFUN=1 means switchting on the radio module.
Maybe a capacity or power issue on the device?
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We do not have IMSI - IMEI lock configured. All our simcards should be able to work in mutiple devices. I double checked your sim-card configuration as well.
We do have some users who connected the nrf9160 via UDP…
@Sergey-Vladimirov thx for your enthusiasm!
For now only Quectel and Telit are “nuSIM - ready”. But soon more module vendors will be ready as well.
Check out: https://iotcreators.com/en/nusim/
PS. you also sent an e-mail with another question and we’re trying to get back to you but it looks like your inbox is not accepting new messages
If you’re one of the lucky ones who received a nuSIM dev-kit from my colleagues Mona Parsa and Stefan Kaliner, you’re at the right place to find out how to get this super cool dev-kit online without a plastic simcard!
STEP 1: GET YOUR STARTERKIT PROJECT
Before using the dev-kit, you’ll need a starterkit project environment.
STEP 2: GET YOUR DEV-KIT ONLINE
cdp.iot.t-mobile.nlas APN and
172.27.131.100as gateway for a ping test or to send your uplink messages
AT-COMMANDS TO ATTACH TO THE NETWORK
Switch-off the radio module
Configure basic connectivity parameters
AT+NCONFIG="AUTOCONNECT","TRUE" AT+NCONFIG="CR_0354_0338_SCRAMBLING","TRUE" AT+NCONFIG="CR_0859_SI_AVOID","TRUE"
Set the APN
Set the band
Select the Operator
Telekom Germany = 26201
T-Mobile Netherlands = 20416
T-Mobile Poland = 26002
Or use the PLMN ID of any other operator within our NB-IoT roaming footprint
Switch-on the radio module
After not more than 30 seconds, your device should be attached to the network.
Now you can proceed with registering the IMEI number of the module in your starterkit-project and send your
Hello World uplink message!
To follow the AT-commands below, it is important that you register the IMEI as UDP.
AT-COMMANDS TO SEND YOUR UPLINK
Open local UDP-socket
Send your uplink-message (2x)
Make sure to send it twice, in order to see your message in your starterkit project.
Feel free to reach out in case of any questions!