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how can i open TCP Port on AMOD GSM device using GPRS?
 
i am able to send data from my AMOD GSM Device to some static ip server with some port no.
 
AT+AIPO=1,,"14.97.98.47",8080,0
server ip =14.97.98.47
port 8080
 

Working(can send data ):
From Device => To Server
 
NOT Working :
From Server => To GSM Device (at some specific port)
 
how can i open a port on GSM Device so thet the server can send data.
 

something like:
 
AT+AIPO=1,10000,"14.97.98.47",8080,0
 
so on 10000 port we listen data from server
Posted 13-Jul-11 23:34pm
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Edited 14-Jul-11 4:20am
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Solution 1

ACM8068 is a small-size and low-cost quad-band GSM/GPRS modem module. By using the ACM8068, you can deliver world-class performance in M2M, mobile voice/data and public phone applications.
Unparalleled quad-band RF performance and sensitivity of ACM8068 result in expanded GSM network coverage and fewer dropped calls. ACM8068 provides user with higher flexibility and reduced time-to-market when incorporating voice and data communications into variety applications.

ACM8068 is controlled by AT commands, with AT/Telecom command middleware, it enables users to have easy-to-use solution and highly-reliable modem to shorten your design cycle and simplify your efforts.
 

http://www.amod.com.tw/Product/product_more.asp?vrlSholMe7iBxJO2wrpSmKiigJylp6h1pLSBysm+wLOI[^]
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