Changes between Version 28 and Version 29 of wireless/modem


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Timestamp:
11/07/2018 11:33:09 PM (11 months ago)
Author:
Tim Harvey
Comment:

fixed typo

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    v28 v29  
    231231To use QMI services you need a 'Client ID' or CID. The CID's can be created then released when they are no longer needed. When working with sessions the CID is what allows QMI services to be operated on the right session. Both libqmi and uqmi userspace applications allow you to issue QMI commands by using an existing specified CID and to not release CID upon completion. It is important to use this when configuring and starting connections. For example, you can have an ipv4 session concurrent with an ipv6 session, each must have their own CID that is not released (until the connection is closed) and must be used when referring to those sessions.
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    233 When using {{{qmicli}} you do this with the {{{--client-cid=<cid>}}} and the {{{--client-no-release-cid}}} options.
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    235 When using {{{uqmi}}} you obtain a client-id with the {{{--get-client-id}}} option and use an existing one with the {{{--get-client-id}}} option and release a CID with the {{{---release-client-id}}} option.
     233When using {{{qmicli}}} you do this with the {{{--client-cid=<cid>}}} and the {{{--client-no-release-cid}}} options.
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     235When using {{{uqmi}}} you obtain a client-id with the {{{--get-client-id}}} option and use an existing one with the {{{--get-client-id}}} option and release a CID with the {{{--release-client-id}}} option.
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