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Dear community,
sorry for asking very basic questions: I just bought an FMB130 tracker and managed to configure the GPRS settings. So far, I can call the device and I receive an SMS with timestamp and coordinates. Eventually I would like to receive the information on a TCP server. So far, the server is listening and receives some kind of data (hex dump):

  1 00000000: 000f 3335 3034 3234 3036 3231 3339 3539  ..35042406213959
  2 00000010: 3500 0f33 3530 3432 3430 3632 3133 3935  5..3504240621395
  3 00000020: 3935 000f 3335 3034 3234 3036 3231 3339  95..350424062139
  4 00000030: 3539 3500 0f33 3530 3432 3430 3632 3133  595..35042406213
  5 00000040: 3935 3935 000f 3335 3034 3234 3036 3231  9595..3504240621
  6 00000050: 3339 3539 3500 0f33 3530 3432 3430 3632  39595..350424062
  7 00000060: 3133 3935 3935 000f 3335 3034 3234 3036  139595..35042406
  8 00000070: 3231 3339 3539 3500 0f33 3530 3432 3430  2139595..3504240
  9 00000080: 3632 3133 3935 3935 000f 3335 3034 3234  62139595..350424
 10 00000090: 3036 3231 3339 3539 3500 0f33 3530 3432  062139595..35042

What kind of format is that? Where can I find more information about that format?
And how can I configure what kind of information is being sent?

Thanks a lot!

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Hello

What you are receiving is the initial communication data sent when using TCP protocol.

000F (Longitude)

3335 3034 3234 3036 3231 3339 3539... (IMEI)

Which is part of our Protocol Codec 8. 

Codec 8 is a main FM device protocol that is used for sending data to server from Teltonika devices.

If you want to see more about our devices protocols please see the following link: https://wiki.teltonika-gps.com/view/Codec

Kind regards.

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Thanks a lot! That helps me a lot to understand what to do next.