We have an RUT950 that we are trying to lock to a specific cell ID.
Searching in the forums, I've found the following two methods. Method A doesn't give any errors, but doesn't actually seem to change the cell ID its connecting to. Method B errors out (details below).
Can anyone assist with the correct process for this?
Running gsmctl -I shows:
+QENG: "neighbourcell intra","LTE",9410,231,-11,-108,-75,0,-,-,-,-,-
+QENG: "neighbourcell intra","LTE",9410,45,-14,-108,-84,0,-,-,-,-,-
We are trying to lock on to 9410,45. gsmctl -K shows we're connected to 9410,231.
Method A (no errors but fails):
gsmctl -A AT+QNWLOCK="common/4g",1,9410,45
No errors, but the cell doesn't change. gsmctl -K continues to show 9410,231
Method B (see errors in bold below)
At this point rather than a prompt it starts showing +QCSQ: "LTE",-74,-109,136,-12 on a constant loop.
Trying to ignore it and type anyway is difficult, but ATE1 shows OK, AT+QCSQ=0 shows no output and the following two lines show ERROR. Haven't tried beyond that.