GPRS connection Error Code: 35865

Hello Experts:

I am using Multitech GPRS modem. Usually I left my modem connected until and unless I want  to shut down my computer. Yesterday While I was going home I just disconnect the connection with the AT Command (AT#CONNECTIONSTOP).Next Morning when I tried to connect to the modem it just gives me an error message #CME ERROR: 35865. While I tried to rectify this error I found out that this error means I am not registered on the network.I dont Know how to fix this error. One thing more, On the current status I can still receive the SMS message through my Mobile fone, I think this mean that I am still connected in GSM mode but not in GPRS mode..How can I connect to GPRS mode.
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babubhaiAuthor Commented:
Hello Experts:

Thanks for giving time to read my question.Actully I find out the solution of my problem.
To  connect the modem in GPRS mode use the following command first
AT+CGATT=1
this command will register your device on the network ( I dont no how you can register
the device without connecting to the network but thats how its work on my case).
and then you can establish the connection by using this command
AT# connectionstart.


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