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HOW TO: Send an AT command to an XBee from a CP-X2 or CP-X4 commandline via Telnet/SSH or Remote Manager UI

Introduction:

This article discusses how to send an AT command from the CommandLine Interface (CLI) of a ConnectPort X2 or X4 Gateway, from either Telnet/SSH or via Remote Manager (assuming the Gateway is provisioned there).

Note:  This article requires that the CP-X2 or X4 Gateway is using OS firmware version 2.14.1.6 or later.

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Sending an AT command from the Gateway's CommandLine Interface (CLI) via Telnet or SSH

1. Use Telnet or SSH to access the CommandLine Interface (CLI) prompt of your Gateway (#>)
2. If sending an AT command meant for the XBee which is embedded in your CP-X2 or CP-X4 Gateway, use the following command format:
 
set xbee CC=[param]

Where CC = the XBee AT command (in caps) - example:  SO
And [param] is the value of the AT command you want to set

3.  If sending an AT command meant for an XBee module which is a member of the RF network which the Gateway's embedded XBee module is a part of, the addr=[XBee EUI-64 address of module] option would be added to the CLI command syntax as follows:
] is the extended address of the XBee module the AT command is for.


 

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Additional Reading:

The AT commands to be used with the XBee embedded within a Gateway or the XBee Network which the Gateway's module is a member of can be found on the Digi Technical Support website under the appropriate XBee type for the Gateway.
Last updated: Apr 02, 2019

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