Sniffing AT Commands over COM port redirector
So I have this project I'm looking to do. I'd like to monitor the AT Commands sent to a phone while running a PST like CDMA Workshop, QPST, DFS CDMA Tool, etc.
I would like to learn what commands are sent while using the program. My goal would be to learn proprietary modem commands to manually flash phones, and maybe write my own PST.
I'm still undecided on how to go about this. Currently I'm considering redirecting the serial port over TCP and sniffing the packets. I'm not sure if this would be practical. I would run Windows in a virtual machine on Linux or Mac OSX and use com2tcp and ser2net.
Alternatively, I'd like to know if I can fork the virtual serial connection to echo the AT Commands sent, so I can avoid sniffing packets.
Or is a COM port redirector even necessary? I tried API Monitor and couldn't figure it out.
A tutorial would be nice, but a simple general overview would be appreciated.
Thanks, and Mahalo!
Last edited by chuckecheese; 01-07-2013 at 04:53 PM.