Orange Belgium Gpy
So today I managed to get a connection with the NB-1 firmware version 35351, haven't managed with version 37781 though. Here's what I used:
lte = LTE() def send_at_cmd_pretty(cmd): response = lte.send_at_cmd(cmd).split('\r\n') for line in response: print(line) send_at_cmd_pretty('AT+CFUN=0') send_at_cmd_pretty('AT!="clearscanconfig"') send_at_cmd_pretty('AT!="addscanfreq band=20 dl-earfcn=6400"') send_at_cmd_pretty('AT!="zsp0:npc 1"') send_at_cmd_pretty('AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","nbiot.iot"') send_at_cmd_pretty('AT+CFUN=1') while not lte.isattached(): pass lte.connect() while not lte.isconnected(): pass
DNS doesn't work, but I managed to send some data through MQTT to Adafruit IO using the IP address for io.adafruit.com (as opposed to using the hostname).
@bettina Any news?
@hadjidgr After some communication with Orange and pycom, I compiled the following list of commands for Orange Belgium (using a Plus SIM card and GPy with NB-IoT modem firmware) but I was not able to make a connection yet:
lte.send_at_cmd('AT!="addscanfreq band=20 dl-earfcn=6400"')
As said, does not work for me (yet), but maybe it helps you.
Can anyone from pycom answer this question please? I have the same issue.