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by anonymous

Hi

I have RUT500 router. Accidentaly i locked SIM card after typing wrong PIN 3 times. Now i have to use PUK, which i have, but can't do it through the router (don't have a mobile phone to use with certain SIM card, due to dimensions. It's bigger than the ones used in mobiles these days).

I tried to do it through PuTTy. By using the command gsmctl -A AT+CPIN=\"PUK\",\"PIN\" i found somewhere in this forum.

But it keeps returning the following error "-ash: gsmctl: not found"

Any help by anyone ?

Thank you in advance

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by anonymous
Hello, try to execute this command:

gsmctl -A AT+CPIN="yourPUK","yourPIN"
by anonymous
Hello

Thank you for your reply

Still returning the same error. Cannot find the command gsmctl

"-ash :gsmctl: not found"