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Getting NMEA packets from a gps trough a serial port HELP

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by sico, Apr 24, 2005.

  1. sico

    sico Network Guru Member

    Hi everybody,

    I've made a serial mod to my wrt54gs and i want to get nmea packets from my gps,but i've got pbs...
    On my home pc it's working well (I changed my baud rate with stty -F /dev/tts/0 ispeed 4800 to synchronize) but on the wrt when I enter the same and cat>/dev/tts/0 I got nothing...
    I'm trying to send gps data from a mobile with a hacked version of gpsd wich send a http request to a server...
    so I wrote the code, works well on a computer but still the same on the wrt : nothing ! like i've got no data incoming (impossible cause I disconnected the gps from the serial hack and plug it on my pc and got nmea packets ! )
    Someone has an idea ???
  2. Guyfromhe

    Guyfromhe Network Guru Member

    so your getting PBS instead of NMEA? :)
    all joking aside, are you able to send serial data to it at that baudrate from a computer?
  3. sico

    sico Network Guru Member

    yeah, that's a good idea !
    I just have to find this damn old serial-to-serial cable....
    I'll tell you the results... soon I hope

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