I have bought a BG95-M3 module, which I am still waiting to receive, but I have been looking at the AT command documents and I have a doubt for the command AT+QIOPEN.

In the past I have been working with the BC95-GV module, which has an equivalent AT command named AT+NSOCR. In the case of AT+NSOCR I do not need to introduce the IP of the address of the remote server; however, it seems that with AT+QIOPEN the IP adress needs to be introduced.

Is it equivalent using AT+NSOCR=DGRAM,17,4587,1 or using AT+QIOPEN=1,1,“UDP SERVICE”,“”,0,4587,0? If not how should I write the AT+QIOPEN command?

Thanks and best regards,

Yes, but the loopback test of is not supported and requires you to configure the correct UDP server IP

With correct UDP server IP, you mean the local IP that I have been assigned by the network, am I right?

No, the IP of your real UDP server

Ah, so you mean the remote IP address of the UDP server to which I plan to send the data from my module right?

Yes, I suggest you try again

Yes, I suggest you try again