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    Re: HUAWEI vs ZTE (Smartbro, Globe Tattoo, Sun Broadband)

    Off topic. Post deleted.
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    Re: HUAWEI vs ZTE (Smartbro, Globe Tattoo, Sun Broadband)

    off topic, but just want to know the difference between huawei broadband usb modem model e156c / e1553 like speed etc?
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    Re: HUAWEI vs ZTE (Smartbro, Globe Tattoo, Sun Broadband)

    smartbro 100% working sa laptop ko using network manager..

    Distributor ID: Ubuntu
    Description: Ubuntu 10.04.1 LTS
    Release: 10.04
    Codename: lucid

    lsusb:

    ID 19d2:0031 ONDA Communication S.p.A. ZTE MF636

    what i did:

    1. add mobile broadband
    2. "setup a mobile broadband connection" create a connection for this mobile broadband device - mine is -- ZTE Incorporated ZTE WCDMA Technologies MSM
    3. click forward
    4. choose philippines
    5. select your provider -- SMART
    6. billing plan -- DEFAULT
    7. APN -- internet
    8. confirm settings and apply

    what inside my smart default:

    numer: *99#
    username: scriptwarlock (my login name)
    password: ******** (my login password)
    APN: internet

    yun lang and now i have net with smartbro... no idea paano masilip load balance.
    Last edited by Script Warlock; September 14th, 2010 at 01:37 PM.

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    Lightbulb Re: HUAWEI vs ZTE (Smartbro, Globe Tattoo, Sun Broadband)




    Sun Broadband on Ubuntu 10.04

    If you are using Sun Broadband Wireless (tested on Huawei E1550) and want it to work on Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx), just install the linux-backports-modules-headers-lucid-generic package and the usb-modeswitch package.
    view plain
    print?
    $ sudo apt-get install linux-backports-modules-headers-lucid-generic usb-modeswitch

    After installing, reboot.

    Plug in the Sun Broadband. Then, a notification “New Mobile Broadband Connection” should appear. Follow the wizard dialog (you can just click next since the default values should be alright). Then, you should be connected now.

    Connection Name: Digitel (Sun Cellular) Connection

    Mobile: *99#
    Username:
    Password:

    Advance
    APN: fbband
    Network:
    Pin:

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    Lightbulb Re: HUAWEI vs ZTE (Smartbro, Globe Tattoo, Sun Broadband)

    Sun, Smart, or Globe Broadband on Ubuntu 10.04


    If you are using Sun Broadband Wireless (tested on Huawei E1550) and want it to work on Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx), just install the linux-backports-modules-headers-lucid-generic package and the usb-modeswitch package.view plainprint?


    $ sudo apt-get install linux-backports-modules-headers-lucid-generic usb-modeswitch


    After installing, reboot.


    Plug in the Sun Broadband. Then, a notification “New Mobile Broadband Connection” should appear. Follow the wizard dialog (you can just click next since the default values should be alright). Then, you should be connected now.


    Connection Name: Digitel (Sun Cellular) Connection


    Mobile: *99#
    Username:
    Password:


    Advance
    APN: fbband
    Network:
    Pin:

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    Question Re: HUAWEI vs ZTE (Smartbro, Globe Tattoo, Sun Broadband)

    p { margin-bottom: 0.21cm; } Hi Folks,
    I am failing to install the Huawei e1553 on my “emachine D725 from Acer”. I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.
    The [comgt info -d/dev/ttyUSB0 ] command gives two different answers for the IMEI and Serial Number without having done any change to the modem between the two commands.
    The [ comgt -d /dev/ttyUSB0 ] command shows it to fail registration and later to be registred on home network: “Smart”,2
    Here what I get at the Terminal




    kaspar@kaspar-laptop:~$ comgt -d /dev/ttyUSB0
    SIM ready
    Waiting for Registration..(120 sec max)
    Registered on Home network:
    Failed to register
    kaspar@kaspar-laptop:~$ comgt info -d/dev/ttyUSB0
    ##### Wireless WAN Modem Configuration #####
    Product text:
    ====
    huawei
    Model: E1553
    Revision: 11.608.12.00.00
    IMEI: 354112031977486
    +GCAP: +CGSM,+DS,+ES
    OK
    ====
    Manufacturer:
    IMEI and Serial Number:
    Manufacturer's Revision: comgt 16:09:32 -> -- Error Report --
    comgt 16:09:32 -> ----> ^
    comgt 16:09:32 -> Error @982, line 56, String is shorter than second argument. (7)




    kaspar@kaspar-laptop:~$ comgt info -d/dev/ttyUSB0
    ##### Wireless WAN Modem Configuration #####
    Product text:
    ====


    Manufacturer: huawei
    Model: E1553
    Revision: 11.608.12.00.00
    IMEI: 354112031977486
    +GCAP: +CGSM,+DS,+ES
    OK
    ====
    Manufacturer: huawei
    IMEI and Serial Number: 354112031977486
    Manufacturer's Revision:
    11.608.12.00.
    Hardware Revision:


    Network Locked: 0
    Customisation:


    Band settings: (
    )
    APN: 1,"IP","SMARTBRO","0.0.0.0",0,0
    ##### END #####
    kaspar@kaspar-laptop:~$ comgt -d /dev/ttyUSB0
    SIM ready
    Waiting for Registration..(120 sec max)
    Registered on Home network: "SMART",2
    Signal Quality: 23,99
    kaspar@kaspar-laptop:~$






    When I try to select the configured broadband connection listed under “available” in the Network-Manager it tells me after five “pulses” of the icon only that the GSM-Network is disconnected.


    Could the Network-Manager be the problem?


    Any help is highly appreciated.


    With many thanks kor13ben

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    Re: HUAWEI vs ZTE (Smartbro, Globe Tattoo, Sun Broadband)

    the first thing i did with huawei modems, i connected it to the internet first using windows, then boot in UBUNTU 10.04 LTS then it works. I didn't use usb-mode tool.
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