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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Dell Wireless 5570 HSPA (notebook Dell E7240) on Ubuntu 12.04

    Well, it isn't necessarily a bug. It's just that we don't know how to tell the BIOS to enable to modem.

    I'm not even sure what the modem means by "BIOS" wrt forced LPM. The "W_DISABLE" flag...
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Modules 3G Sierraless MC7710 not detected by network manager

    Yes, I agree. You are using the MC7710 in DirectIP mode (notice that the USB PID is different from QMI/MBIM mode: 68a3 != 68a2) with the sierra and sierra_net drivers, and all should be fine from the...
  3. [lubuntu] Re: Network manager STILL problems with mobile broadband

    Thanks for the confidence, but I don't think I have much help to offer here. If it works with wvdial and sakis3g, then it isn't likely to be related to drivers. And I don't know much about the...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Dell Wireless 5570 HSPA (notebook Dell E7240) on Ubuntu 12.04

    Yes, you have definitely found the problem. The modem is forced into "flight mode" by the pc. The modem works as expected, and there is really nothing you can do on that side to avoid this problem. ...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: WWAN, sierra wireless, HP dm1-4310nr notebook, no device created

    They've been on to that for a while already:
    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/modemmanager/+bug/1102343

    But please realise that this transition is all but trivial. The interface between...
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    Re: Dell Wireless 5570 HSPA+ on Kubuntu 13.04

    Just FYI: I went on and enabled the "ZLP workaround" by default in the cdc_mbim driver. The patch should go in Linux v3.13.

    It's far too intrusive to be a candidate for stable kernel releases,...
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    Re: Dell Wireless 5570 HSPA+ on Kubuntu 13.04

    This device is supported by the CDC MBIM class driver, so it doesn't need any device specific entry. In theory.... But that's before we get to the long list of firmware bugs most likely present in...
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    Re: Telstra 4G Mobile Broadband Setup

    That's odd. The 19d2:0326 ID is supposed to be the switched (modem) ID, which would indicate that usb-modeswitch had already done it's job. The unswitched ID of this device should be 19d2:0325. ...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: WWAN, sierra wireless, HP dm1-4310nr notebook, no device created

    That would be the netdev mailing list, with a CC to the linux-usb list. Both lists are @vger.kernel.org

    Please make it clear that this is intended for the "net" tree (i.e destined for v3.11), and...
  10. [ubuntu] Re: WWAN, sierra wireless, HP dm1-4310nr notebook, no device created

    Great! Looking good so far.


    No, this is a brand new one :-)

    I do not have an immediate explanation for the WARNING. That's definitely a driver bug regardless of what trigged it. Looks like...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: WWAN, sierra wireless, HP dm1-4310nr notebook, no device created

    You already got the correct driver for this modem, so looking for other drivers is pointless.

    Now, what you need is the userspace application able to configure and connect it. MBIM is a pretty...
  12. Re: Gobi2000 keeps disconnecting on a thinkpad x201, ubuntu 12.10

    The modem was disconnected from the USB bus. Based on your report I assume that you didn't trigger this (using rfkill or a radio killswitch). The only likely cause remaining is a firmware crash. I...
  13. [lubuntu] Re: Mobile Broadband - Huawei BM-358 on Lubuntu-GNOME-13.04.

    This looks fishy, but apparently it's working despite those warnings....



    OK, so you got one mass storage interface. That's typical for mode switching devices. Good start. Looking at the...
  14. [all variants] Re: Sierra 7710 WWAN Modem not detected (Ubuntu 13.04)

    Thanks for the confidence, but I would have to see a lot more logs and command output to have any clue what's going on here. So far I've only seen "it doesn't work" and that could have a gazillion...
  15. [lubuntu] Re: Mobile Broadband - Huawei BM-358 on Lubuntu-GNOME-13.04.

    Someone should really rewrite that script....

    Anyway, the C: line is the only interesting one here. Configuration #0 means that the USB core has failed to configure this device at all. No need...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Using NDISwrapper for USB LTE Modem (Quanta Computer - Mobily Connect 4G)

    I don't think that modem is supported just yet. But if you're lucky, adding the support shouldn't take long. Could you start with posting the output of

    lsusb -vd 0408:ea25
    ?

    And if that...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Configuring & Enabling WWAN modems from the command line

    Neither ModemManager nor NetworkManager require a GUI. They are dbus based daemons. The use cases definitely includes more than just laptops, but of course not complex routers or really advanced...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Configuring & Enabling WWAN modems from the command line

    Yes, you will most likely want some monitoring daemon of some sort to manage those interfaces. The modems will respond to dhcp requests, but only after the connection is up. So you need something...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: Configuring & Enabling WWAN modems from the command line

    Well, that was an assumption. I haven't really verified it. Sierra Wireless could have implemented support for these commands regardless of mode I guess, and your success with them supports that.
    ...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: Configuring & Enabling WWAN modems from the command line

    This all looks good. Is routing OK? What does "ip route" say? The netmask looks weird for a mobile broadband modem. How did you configure these addresses? I assume this didn't come from the...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Configuring & Enabling WWAN modems from the command line

    Aw, right. Thanks for clarifying. I should have noticed the serial number...




    The procedure for changing PID is documented here: http://forum.sierrawireless.com/viewtopic.php?f=117&t=6759
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    [ubuntu] Re: Problem installing LW272 3G data card

    Right. That's nice. Yes, your modeswitch configuration looks fine based on that lsusb output, and there should be a number of drivers picking up this device. Does it work better if you run

    sudo...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Problem installing LW272 3G data card

    This device seems to be unknown so far, so I guess we should add it here and there. Could you post the output of "lsusb -vd 230d:0103" for a start?

    How did you come up with exactly that...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Autosuspend fails for Novatel/Verizon USB modem

    Look at the "runtime_*" files to verify that autosuspend works. If runtime_suspended_time > 0 then the device has been autosuspended. Example:



    bjorn@nemi:~$ grep ....
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Configuring & Enabling WWAN modems from the command line

    This was a bit surprising to me. I've so far only seen the MC7710 appear as 68a3 in DirectIP mode and 68a2 in QMI mode. Do you happen to know why the ID is what it is here (like: you've set it to...
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