No gateway on LTE
Until last Saturday at 6pm I could use the Telstra CAT M1 network with no problems. After 6pm everything stopped. I get an LTE connection and can attach, but nothing works. Checking the details of the attachment with
+CGCONTRDP: 1 5 "hologram.mnc050.mcc234.gprs" "10.171.11.234.255.255.255.255" "" "184.108.40.206" "220.127.116.11" "" ""
From what I can see everything looks ok - except there is no default gateway specified. That doesn't seem correct to me, but having not bothered to look while it was working (hey, why would you? ;-) I can't be sure. Is there anyone using Telstra or Hologram who can see if they get a gateway, or who know what this should look like?
(I would have posted this against the cellular group, but it doesn't seem open to posts)
@misterlisty is that out for CAT M1, or just NB-IoT?
@John-Baird Try the latest version which i think it up to 4xxxx I had heaps of problems till i upgraded modem firmware
Ok, sorry all. Turns out the pinout diagram for the PyScan I was referencing had an issue and I'd mixed the LTE and GPS Rx lines. Interesting that the modem still mostly worked due to the relatively low speed of the GPS.
@misterlisty The modem is loaded with 39529 and I've tried several version of firmware on both a FiPy and a GPy. It attaches and connects - but can't open a connection. It appears the DNS query won't work, nor can I open a socket by IP. When I get home I'll post the relevent code, but it's fairly straight forward.
Have you update the LTE firmware? What version you using? I solved many issues when updating it.