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API For huawei LAN/WAN LTE Modems

Project description

huawei-lte-api

API For huawei LAN/WAN LTE Modems, you can use this to simply send SMS, get information about your internet usage, signal, and tons of other stuff

Tested on:

3G/LTE Routers:

  • Huawei B310s-22
  • Huawei B315s-22
  • Huawei B525s-23a
  • Huawei B525s-65a
  • Huawei B715s-23c
  • Huawei E5186s-22a
  • Huawei B528s
  • Huawei B535-232

3G/LTE USB sticks:

(Device must support NETWork mode aka. "HiLink" version, it wont work with serial mode)

  • Huawei E3131
  • Huawei E3531

(probably will work for other Huawei LTE devices too)

Will NOT work on:

LTE Routers:

  • Huawei B2368-22 (Incompatible firmware, testing device needed!)

Installation

PIP (pip3 on some distros)

$ pip install huawei-lte-api

Repository

You can also use these repositories maintained by me

Debian and derivates

Add repository by running these commands

$ wget -O - https://repository.salamek.cz/deb/salamek.gpg.key|sudo apt-key add -
$ echo "deb     https://repository.salamek.cz/deb/pub all main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/salamek.cz.list

And then you can install a package python3-huawei-lte-api

$ apt update && apt install python3-huawei-lte-api

Archlinux

Add repository by adding this at end of file /etc/pacman.conf

[salamek]
Server = https://repository.salamek.cz/arch/pub/any
SigLevel = Optional

and then install by running

$ pacman -Sy python-huawei-lte-api

Usage

from huawei_lte_api.Client import Client
from huawei_lte_api.AuthorizedConnection import AuthorizedConnection
from huawei_lte_api.Connection import Connection

# connection = Connection('http://192.168.8.1/') For limited access, I have valid credentials no need for limited access
# connection = AuthorizedConnection('http://admin:MY_SUPER_TRUPER_PASSWORD@192.168.8.1/', login_on_demand=True) # If you wish to login on demand (when call requires authorization), pass login_on_demand=True
connection = AuthorizedConnection('http://admin:MY_SUPER_TRUPER_PASSWORD@192.168.8.1/')

client = Client(connection) # This just simplifies access to separate API groups, you can use device = Device(connection) if you want

print(client.device.signal())  # Can be accessed without authorization
print(client.device.information())  # Needs valid authorization, will throw exception if invalid credentials are passed in URL


# For more API calls just look on code in the huawei_lte_api/api folder, there is no separate DOC yet

Result dict

{'DeviceName': 'B310s-22', 'SerialNumber': 'MY_SERIAL_NUMBER', 'Imei': 'MY_IMEI', 'Imsi': 'MY_IMSI', 'Iccid': 'MY_ICCID', 'Msisdn': None, 'HardwareVersion': 'WL1B310FM03', 'SoftwareVersion': '21.311.06.03.55', 'WebUIVersion': '17.100.09.00.03', 'MacAddress1': 'EHM:MY:MAC', 'MacAddress2': None, 'ProductFamily': 'LTE', 'Classify': 'cpe', 'supportmode': None, 'workmode': 'LTE'}

Code examples

Monitoring

SMS

Ports to other languages

Donations

  • 250 CZK (9,79 EUR) for B535-232 fund, thx @larsvinc !

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