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Is it possible to make an outgoing call with the "ATD" command with the firmware version RUT9XX_R_00.06.08.6?

I think that in this version of the software it is not possible to make calls by AT commands, only some basic AT commands are allowed. Can someone tell me for sure?

I have tested it by updating to firmware RUT9_R_00.07.01.4 and it works. But this version gives other problems and I need to go back to the previous firmware.

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Hello,

You can make calls from RUT9XX_R_00.06.08.6 as well. 

The command you need to use is: 

gsmctl -A 'ATD<your_number>;'

Best regards,

Žygimantas

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Thanks this works, but when I try to hang up the call (gsmctl -A 'ATH;') I get Timeout. Am I doing this command right?

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Here's a little fix to your command:

  • gsmctl -A 'ATH0;'

Best regards,

Žygimantas

 

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Hello All,
ATH does not work for call hangup.
You need to use AT+CHUP to hangup voice call.
Try to run AT+CVHU? and check its outpup.
0 - ATH can be used to disconnect the voice call.
1- ATH is ignored but OK response is returned.
In our few RUT955 devices,  it returns 1 so ATH does not hangup but AT+CHUP works.

Always use AT+CHUP to hangup voice calls.  Also please use gsmctl  -A before all commands on cli.