Sim Card Status
dcbw at redhat.com
Tue Feb 6 15:53:24 UTC 2018
On Mon, 2018-02-05 at 15:57 +0000, Ray Kinsella wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I previously build a homebrew LTE router using
> * Intel Galileo Generation 1
> * Hauwei ME906e M2M LTE Modem
> * M2 to mPCIe Convertor
> ( http://mdr78.github.io/lte/router/2016/05/28/lte-modem-part-one.htm
> l )
> I recently was sent a new x86 based board to try, its a more purpose
> build routerboard compared to the Intel Galileo. The new routerboard
> features a simcard slot on the board itself, the older homebrew LTE
> router had it on the M2 to mPCIe Convertor.
> I am suspicious that the Simcard slot isn't working, or at least the
> Card doesn't like the new slot. When I query its status I get the
> following output.
> root at ashroe-gw:~# qmicli -d /dev/cdc-wdm0 --uim-get-card-status
> [/dev/cdc-wdm0] Successfully got card status
> Provisioning applications:
> Primary GW: session doesn't exist
> Primary 1X: session doesn't exist
> Secondary GW: session doesn't exist
> Secondary 1X: session doesn't exist
> Card :
> Card state: 'error: no-atr-received (3)
This is the problem, I believe. The "ATR" is Answer To Reset, eg:
That means that the WWAN card is sending the SIM a RESET request and is
not receiving a response or the correct response from the SIM card.
Something is definitely wrong between the WWAN card and the SIM slot.
> UPIN state: 'not-initialized'
> UPIN retries: '0'
> UPUK retries: '0'
> Full debug is available here, https://pastebin.com/4a80VW2y.
> Similarly trying to start the network similarly fails.
> root at ashroe-gw:~# qmicli -d /dev/cdc-wdm0
> error: couldn't start network: QMI protocol error (64): '(null)'
> Full debug is available here, https://pastebin.com/wX73sYGG.
> Any thoughts on how I confirm the Simcard is the problem?
> Ray K
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