[Ovmsdev] fw 2.2.5
mark at webb-johnson.net
Tue Apr 2 21:12:16 HKT 2013
Yes, CAN-H and CAN-L matter. They must be correct.
For adaptor software, any terminal emulator should be ok. Set to 9600 baud. Type "ATE1" to turn on command echo and save a transcript. That should tell us what is going on.
On 2 Apr, 2013, at 9:10 PM, Patrick Kapsch <patrick.kapsch at mac.com> wrote:
> Yes I've got an adapter. Which software should I use with it?
> Another question: Is there a difference from CAN high / CAN low? Does it matter if they are switched? That could possibly be one problem with polling data from the car, because I'm not sure which is which on the car.
> Thanks for your help.
> Am 02.04.2013 um 14:37 schrieb Mark Webb-Johnson <mark at webb-johnson.net>:
>> Car connected once, delivered some messages, then disconnected (timeout).
>> Do you have a USB-RS232 adapter? If so, that on the diagnostic port is the easiest way of finding out what is going on.
>> Regards, Mark.
>> On 2 Apr, 2013, at 7:43 PM, Patrick Kapsch <patrick.kapsch at mac.com> wrote:
>>> I've got major issues regarding the 2.2.5. I've not even been able to get the GSM to work properly. I've got three modules and it's all very weird. I've got one Module working now with 2.2.5 by previously configuring it on 2.2.2 and then updating. It now connects to the GSM network but not to the OVMS Server. I can't get it to do so.
>>> Maybe you can have a look at the Serverlogs? ID has been GTTG1221 and now is GTTG12212 because I deleted the first one which was then in use.
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