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    Dongles that work in Ubuntu

    Members may be interested in this list - sorry about the formatting but it is copied from a web page(https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NetworkManager/Hardware/3G)




    3G

    This page is part of the 3GNetworkingIntrepid effort. You will find information relevant for various Releases of Ubuntu, not only Intrepid.
    Contents
    Contents

    1. Data Card Info
      1. How to obtain device details
      2. Mobile Broadband cards
      3. Mobile Phones
      4. Provider info




    Data Card Info

    This page lists hardware details and test results for mobile broadband hardware (including mobile phones) for NetworkManager 0.7 3G networking testing and development.
    If your device isn't listed, please add it to the table below. If it's not detected by the latest NetworkManager 0.7 from the NetworkManager PPA, file a bug according to the instructions here. Remember to attach your lshal output to the bug report you file and to link to the bug report from the entry for your hardware on this page.

    How to obtain device details

    Many modems are internally installed in a laptop, or are rebranded/rebadged devices from other providers. They also vary in terms of their capabilities, many of which can't be discovered from the USB device IDs alone.
    Some detailed instructions on how to probe your modem to find out the real manufacturer details, modem capabilities, USB vendor and product IDs, etc can be found in NetworkManager/Hardware/3G/Probing. Adding this information - particularly the capabilities string and the real manufacturer - to the "Notes" section of the entry for your device would be helpful.

    Mobile Broadband cards

    For mobile phones, see the next section. This list is for add-in or built-in dedicated mobile broadband modems.
    Hardware
    Type
    Status
    Provider(s)
    LP Bug
    Device ID
    Notes
    Bandrich Bandluxe C100 (HSDPA)
    USB
    UNKNOWN








    Bandrich Bandluxe C100S (HSDPA)
    USB
    works out of box
    ChungHwa Telecom (Taiwan), Taiwan Mobile (Taiwan)




    wvdial works fine
    Bandrich Bandluxe C120 (HSDPA)
    USB
    works out of the box






    Not working with Network Manager. Using wvdial. Have to unmount the device storgae before connecting though. As give here here
    Bandrich Bandluxe M150 (HSDPA)
    Mini-PCI (USB)
    UNKNOWN








    Bandrich Bandluxe M250 (HSUPA)
    Mini-PCI (USB)
    UNKNOWN








    C-motech D-50 (CDMA)
    USB
    UNKNOWN
    ice.net (Sweden)


    vendor=0x16d8 product=0x6803


    C-motech CNU-680 (CDMA)
    USB
    UNKNOWN
    ice.net (Sweden)


    vendor=0x16d8 product=0x6803


    Dell 5510 Mobile Broadband (HSDPA)
    Mini-PCI (USB)
    Works with Network Manger & pppd
    AT&T


    vendor=0x413c product=0x8137
    Novatel Wireless Expedite
    Dell 5520 Mobile Broadband (HSDPA)
    Mini-PCI (USB)
    Works with patch to drivers/usb/serial/option.c and change to hal FDI config
    Telstra (Australia)
    262498
    vendor=0x413c product=0x8138
    Novatel Wireless Expedite EU870D MiniCard. AT+GCAP: +CGSM,+DS,+ES
    Dell 5720 VZW Mobile Broadband (EVDO Rev-A)
    Mini-PCI (USB)
    works out of box
    Verizon


    vendor=0x413c product=0x8133
    Novatel Wireless Expedite
    Dell 5720 Sprint Mobile Broadband (EVDO Rev-A)
    Mini-PCI (USB)
    unknown
    Sprint


    vendor=0x413c product=0x8134
    Novatel Wireless Expedite. Just change line 233 of /usr/share/hal/fdi/information/10freedesktop/10-modem.fdi from <match key="@info.parent:usb.product_id" int_outof="0x8114;0x8117;0x8128;0x8129;0x8133"> to <match key="@info.parent:usb.product_id" int_outof="0x8114;0x8117;0x8128;0x8129;0x8133;0x81 34"> and reboot. Then everything works.
    Ericsson F3507g Mobile Broadband Minicard
    Mini-PCIE (USB)
    Works with wvdail
    Vodafone (D2)
    334964
    vendor=0x0bdb product=0x1900
    nm detects it, but looks like nm is not able to use it
    Haier CE100 (EVDO Rev-A)
    USB
    REQUIRES HACK
    Smart (Indonesia)


    vendor=0x201e product=0x2009
    Must eject the USB Mass Storage first, then need either modprobe usbserial or patching option.ko. Network Manager does not work. wvdial, pon, gnome-ppp all work fine when configured properly.
    HP ev2210 (EVDO Rev-A)
    Mini-PCIE (USB)


    Verizon (USA)
    511066
    vendor=0x03f0 product=0x211d
    Module is Sierra MC5725
    HP hs2300 (HSDPA)
    Mini-PCIE (USB)
    Works with Network Manager & pppd
    Vodafone (D2)


    vendor=0x03f0 product=0x1e1d
    Module is a Sierra MC8775, use Driver from sierra wireless. You need to load usbserial with options vendor and product - If Module is not visible in lsusb you need to go to windows and enable the device in hp wireless settings
    Huawei B81 (HSDPA)
    USB
    works out of box
    M-Budget (Switzerland)


    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1446
    same device as Huawei E1762
    Huawei E160 (HSDPA)
    USB
    Works fine when connected
    Orange (Austria), Wind (Italy), T-Mobile (UK), O2 PAYG (UK), Safaricom (Kenya) Finland






    Huawei E160G (HSDPA)
    USB
    works out of box
    3 (UK)


    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1003
    Detected as E220/E270
    Huawei E166 (HSDPA)
    USB
    UNKNOWN








    Huawei E169 (HSDPA)
    USB
    works out of box
    Optus (Australia), Drei (Austria), O2 (Germany), ChungHwa Telecom (Taiwan), Play (Poland), Wind (Italy)


    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1001
    Identified as Huawei E620 (same vendor and product-id)
    Huawei E169u (HSDPA)
    USB
    works on 10.10+
    ChungHwa Telecom (Taiwan)


    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1436


    Huawei E169G (HSDPA)
    USB
    works out of box
    Kanguru (Portugal)


    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1001
    This is seams to be the same device as E169
    Huawei E170 (HSUPA)
    USB
    works out of box






    tested with Ubuntu 8.10 and NetworkManager 0.7
    Huawei E1762 (HSDPA)
    USB
    works out of box
    M-Budget (Switzerland)


    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1446


    Huawei E180 (HSUPA)
    USB
    works
    Orange (Austria), 3 (Sweden)


    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1003
    you have to blacklist airprime, which is loaded wrongly when plugging in and won't onload anymore, so you need to reboot in that case. UPDATE: the airprime driver has been removed in 2.6.27, so this won't be a problem in future. Identified as Huawei E220 (same vendor and product-id). Works out of the box at 3 Sweden, but may have to manually set DNS servers
    Huawei E180v (?)
    USB
    works with wvdial
    Swisscom (Switzerland)


    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x140c
    tested with Ubuntu 9.04, wvdial works like described here, but "Stupid Mode = 1" should be added to wvdial.conf
    Huawei E200 (HSDPA)
    USB
    works out of box
    N/A






    Huawei E216 (HSDPA)
    USB
    UNKNOWN








    Huawei E219 (HSDPA)
    USB
    works out of the box
    DiGi (Malaysia)


    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1003
    tested with Ubuntu 9.04 and NetworkManager 0.7
    Huawei E220 (HSDPA)
    USB
    works out of box
    Tele2 Sweden, 3 Sweden, Orange (Austria), Play (Poland), Vodafone (Spain), 3 Italia, e-mobile (Japan), Telenor (Serbia), Safaricom (Kenya)


    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1003
    in Japan, e-moble sells it as "D02HW"; "Out of box", on Eee 1000HD, only with "network-manager" & eee kernel (http://array.org/ubuntu/)
    Huawei E226 (HSDPA)
    USB
    Works
    Claro (Brazil)


    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1003
    Have to manually edit the DNS servers in /etc/resolv.conf, ADD nameserver 200.255.121.39 nameserver 200.169.117.14
    Huawei E230 (HSUPA)
    USB
    works out of the box
    3 Austria, MTN South Africa




    Recognized as E220.
    Huawei E270 (HSUPA)
    USB
    Works
    3 Sweden




    I have "blacklist airprime" in /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist for my E220. UPDATE: the airprime driver has been removed in 2.6.27, so this won't be a problem in future.
    Huawei E510 (HSDPA)
    USB
    UNKNOWN






    DVB-T Mobile TV
    Huawei E620
    USB
    NOT WORKING (with NM 0.7)/ works (NM 0.7.1~rc4)
    PT Kanguru, simyo
    270282
    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1001
    PCMCIA card identified as USB device, internal modem in eeePC 901go
    Huawei E620
    USB
    Works
    three.ie
    546728
    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1001
    In lucid, needs usb-modeswitch-data_20100127-1_all.deb and usb-modeswitch_1.1.0-2_i386.deb installing and probably sudo modprobe option
    Huawei E870
    USB/EXPRESSCARD
    Works out of box
    T-Mobile Austria


    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1003
    web'n'walk ExpressCard IV; is identified as E220; Ubuntu 8.10 + NM 0.7
    Huawei E1550
    USB
    Works
    Zain/Celtel (Kenya), drei (Austria)
    401655
    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1001
    Works in Karmic but not Jaunty. Works in Lucid only with usb-modeswitch installed.
    Huawei E1750 (HSPA)
    USB
    Works
    Safaricom (Kenya), Mobitel (Sri Lanka), available in open market


    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1446
    Works out of the box in Maverick (tested with kernel 2.6.35-7). Lucid (2.6.32-24) works with usb-modeswitch installed. Modem is also network-locked
    Huawei E1752 (HSDPA)
    USB
    Works
    Telenor (Denmark)


    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1001
    Works in Lucid (2.6.32-25) with usb-modeswitch installed.
    Huawei EC121 (CDMA2000)
    USB
    UNKNOWN








    Huawei EC168 (EVDO Rev-A)
    USB
    works in 9.10
    Alltel USA




    Works with network manager out of the box. Just type in info and set to connect automatically
    Huawei EC168C
    USB
    Detected but does not work in Karmic
    Reliance (India)
    478529
    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1412
    Works fine in Jaunty, In Karmic using Wvdial
    Huawei EC226 (EVDO Rev-A)
    USB
    Works (in Lucid works with wvdial)
    CAT Telecom Thailand/Orange Kenya


    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1001
    In Lucid, shows up in NetworkManager 0.8.1 but cannot connect even with correct settings. But with wvdial works straightforward. Doesn't need usb-modeswitch
    Huawei EC321 (CDMA2000)
    PCMCIA
    UNKNOWN








    Huawei EC325 (CDMA2000)
    USB
    UNKNOWN








    Huawei EC328 (CDMA2000)
    USB
    UNKNOWN








    Huawei EC360 (EVDO Rev-0)
    PCMCIA
    UNKNOWN








    Huawei EC500 (EVDO Rev-A)
    PCMCIA
    UNKNOWN








    Huawei EC821 (CDMA2000)
    PCMCIA
    UNKNOWN








    Huawei EC1260 (HSD Rev-A)
    USB
    Detected but does not work in Karmic
    Reliance (India)
    446146
    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x140b
    Works fine in Jaunty
    Huawei EG162G (EDGE)
    USB
    UNKNOWN








    Huawei EG602 (EDGE)
    PCMCIA
    UNKNOWN








    Huawei K3520 (HSDPA)
    USB
    Brick
    Vodafone (South Africa)
    https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/598555
    12d1:1001


    Huawei K3765 (HSDPA)
    USB
    works on 10.04 after modeswitch
    Vodafone (Australia)
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1465557
    ID
    install usb-modeswitch.
    HUAWEI Mobile
    USB
    Works in 10.10
    Telefónica O2 (CZ)


    12d1:1406



    || IPWireless, Inc. UMTS-TDD (TD-CDMA) modem || USB || Must be connected during boot, otherwise not detected by network manager. Cannot connect anyway. || T-Mobile CZ || || 0bc3:0001 || +GCAP: +CBC,+CGDCONT,+CLCK,+CMEE,+COPS,+CPOST,+CSQ,+IPR +COPS: 1,2,"23001" +CREG: 0,1 Can connect under root with: #!/bin/bash /usr/sbin/pppd /dev/ttyUSB0 user gprs password gprs updetach defaultroute usepeerdns connect '/usr/sbin/chat -e ABORT BUSY ABORT "NO CARRIER" ABORT "AUTHENTICATION FAILURE" "" ATZ OK "AT+CGDCONT=1,\"PPP\",\"internet.t-mobile.cz\",\"0,0\",0,0" OK ATD*99# CONNECT' ||
    LG LDU-1900D EVDO Rev.A
    USB
    Works after modeswitch
    Wana (Morocco)
    -
    vendor=0x1004 product=0x6107
    Use usb_modeswitch to transform PID 0x1000 into 0x6107.
    MU-Q101
    USB
    modem not detected, only usb-storage detected and loaded


    259028
    vendor=0x0408 product=0xea02
    Init with ATE0V1&D2&C1S0=0
    Novatel Wireless Expedite E725 (EVDO Rev-A)
    USB-MiniPCIE
    UNKNOWN








    Novatel Wireless Expedite EU850D (HSDPA)
    USB-MiniPCIE
    UNKNOWN








    Novatel Wireless Expedite EU860D (HSDPA)
    USB-MiniPCIE
    UNKNOWN








    Novatel Wireless Expedite EU870D (HSDPA)
    USB-MiniPCIE
    UNKNOWN




    vendor=0x413c product=0x8138


    Novatel Wireless Merlin U630 (UMTS)
    PCMCIA
    Is not seen by network manager
    Kanguru (Portugal)
    248630
    vendor=0x00a4 product=0x0276
    Requires module serial_cs. To work with full bandwidth requires the command: "/bin/setserial <device, usually /dev/ttyS0> spd_warp low_latency"
    Novatel Wireless Merlin U740 (HSDPA)
    USB/PCMCIA
    UNKNOWN








    Novatel Wireless Merlin PC720 (EVDO Rev-A)
    USB/PCMCIA
    UNKNOWN








    Novatel Wireless Merlin X720 (EVDO Rev-A)
    USB/EXPRESSCARD
    Works out of the box
    Verizon (USA)


    vendor=0x1410 product=0x1120
    +GCAP: +CIS707-A, CIS-856-A, +MS, +ES, +DS
    Novatel Wireless Merlin X950D (HSUPA)
    USB/EXPRESSCARD
    UNKNOWN








    Novatel Wireless Merlin XU870 (HSDPA)
    USB/EXPRESSCARD
    UNKNOWN








    Novatel Wireless Merlin XV620 (EVDO Rev-A)
    USB/EXPRESSCARD
    UNKNOWN








    Novatel Wireless Ovation MC727 (EVDO Rev-A)
    USB
    UNKNOWN








    Novatel Wireless Ovation MC760
    USB
    Works out of the box
    Virgin Mobile BroadBand2Go


    vendor=0x1410 product=0x0531 / 0x6002
    Switches product id to 6002 after eject of storage, then can be configured using network manager. Device must first be activated using WinXP or similar (on-device, windows-only configuration software)
    Novatel Wireless Ovation MC930D (HSUPA)
    USB
    Detected as storage, eject /dev/srX is enough to switch to ttyUSB (option) mode
    O2 (uk)


    ID 1410:4400 Novatel Wireless


    Novatel Wireless Ovation MC950D (HSUPA)
    USB
    Detected out of the box with 8.04 and NM 0.7 but dialing fails. wvdial works




    idVendor=0x1410 idProduct=0x4400
    +CGSM,+DS,+ES
    Novatel Wireless Ovation MC950D (HSUPA)
    USB
    9.10 (Karmic): Detected as storage, ejecting /dev/srX is enough to switch to ttyUSB (option) mode. Dialing with NM 0.7.996 works fine!
    Provider: HELLO(Cambodia)


    idVendor=0x1410 idProduct=0x4400
    [http://www.novatelwireless.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=176&I temid=331|Novatel: Linux Setup Guide]]
    Novatel Wireless Ovation MC990D (HSPA)
    USB
    Detected out of the box with 9.04 and NM 0.7.0.1 but dialing fails. wvdial and gnome-ppp works
    Movistar (Spain)


    vendor=0x1410 product=0x7001


    Novatel Wireless Ovation MC990D (HSPA) (Model NRM-MC990D)
    USB
    After following tweaks in "Notes" to get device recognized, Network Manager wizard was able to connect up flawlessly in 9.10
    Vodacom (Mozambique)


    vendor=0x1410 product=0x0520
    Had to use the Instructions here to load the device ([http://www.novatelwireless.com/index...176&Itemid=331]), then the "Eject" trick here ([http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch/#hardware]) to get device detected. Sometimes you have to wait 10 mins for Gnome to give up trying to automount before Eject will be allowed.
    Novatel Wireless Ovation MCD3000 (EVDO Rev-A)
    USB
    UNKNOWN








    Option Wireless Globetrotter GT 0201 (HSDPA)
    USB/PCMCIA
    UNKNOWN








    Option Wireless Globetrotter GT 0202 (HSDPA)
    USB/PCMCIA
    UNKNOWN








    Option Wireless Globetrotter GT MAX 201 (HSDPA)
    USB/PCMCIA
    UNKNOWN








    Option Wireless Globetrotter GT MAX 202 (HSDPA)
    USB/PCMCIA
    UNKNOWN








    Option Wireless Globetrotter GT MAX HSUPA (HSUPA)
    USB/PCMCIA
    UNKNOWN








    Option Wireless Globetrotter Express 7.2 (HSDPA)
    USB/EXPRESSCARD
    works
    T-Mobile Austria


    vendor=0x0af0 product=0x6711
    needs ozerocdoff (http://www.pharscape.org/forum/index.php?topic=545.0) Model GE0201, branded as web'n'walk expresscard II; Ubuntu 8.10 + NM 0.7
    Option Wireless Globetrotter Express HSUPA (HSUPA)
    USB/EXPRESSCARD
    UNKNOWN








    Option Wireless Globetrotter iCON 7.2 (HSDPA)
    USB
    almost works
    XS4ALL (Netherlands)
    282787, 256296 & 272254
    vendor=0x0af0 product=0x6911
    Requires rezero (from ~martijn/ppa) or usb_modeswitch; have to blacklist 'udev.tar.tz fromoption' driver; GSM connection option is shown twice in n-m, but there's only one hso device
    Option Wireless Globetrotter iCON HSUPA (HSUPA)
    USB
    UNKNOWN








    Option Wireless GTM378 (HSDPA)
    USB/Mini-PCIE
    UNKNOWN








    Option Wireless GTM380 (HSUPA)
    USB/Mini-PCIE
    Not detected by NM0.7
    Vodafone Ireland


    vendor=0x0af0 product=0x7201
    Can be manually configured (usbserial)
    Option Wireless GTM382 (HSUPA)
    USB/Mini-PCIE
    Works after some hacks




    vendor=0x0af0 product=0x7501
    Requires turning off ZeroCD plus some HAL tweaks; ColinWatson will push these upstream
    Option Wireless GTM501 (HSUPA)
    USB/Embedded
    UNKNOWN








    Option Wireless iCON 210 (HSDPA)
    USB
    is not seen by network-manager
    MCel(Mozambique)


    vendor=0x0af0 product=0x4002 (before modeswitch) product=0x4000 (after modeswitch)
    Works with usb-modeswitch, summary: [http://www.equilaris.at/blog/2010/01...n-ubuntu-9-10/]
    Option Wireless iCON 225 (HSDPA)
    USB
    works and is seen by network-manager
    Orange(Uk)


    vendor=0x0af0 product=0x6971
    using hso-1.6.tar.gz and udev.tar.gz from pharscape. All now working with network-manager
    Option Wireless iCON 401 (HSUPA)
    USB
    Works in 8.10 by using ozerocdoff. Does NOT work in 9.04 anymore
    Welho/DNA


    vendor 0×0af0 product 0×7401
    Will become to work in 9.04 when NetworkManager 0.7.1 is released or use this workaround
    Option Wireless iCON 505 (HSDPA)
    USB
    Working with NetworkManager 0.7.0.100 in 9.04
    3(UK)


    vendor=0x0af0 product=0xd055
    using hso-1.12.tar.gz and udev.tar.gz from Pharscape. Disconnect button from the applet (available once connected) doesn't work
    Option Wireless Globetrotter (HSUPA)
    USB/PCMCIA
    works out of the box
    Vodafone (germany)






    Option Wireless Globetrotter GPRS (GPRS)
    USB
    UNKNOWN




    vendor=0x0013 product=0x????


    Option Wireless Globetrotter Fusion (HSDPA)
    USB
    UNKNOWN




    vendor=0x0af0 product=0x6000


    Option Wireless Globesurfer Icon (HSDPA) 1.8mbs
    USB
    works with usb-storage>usb-serial switch




    vendor=0x0af0 product=0x6600
    Use icon_switch or usb_modeswitch tools.
    Pantech UMW190 (EVDO Rev-A/GSM)
    USB
    is not seen by network-manager in Lucid
    Verizon (USA)


    vendor=106c product=3716
    EVDO works with gnome-ppp, GSM not tested
    Samsung Kiera internal modem (used in N150 EOM)
    USB
    connects sometimes good, sometimes not at all with 11.04




    vendor=0x04e8 product=0x6872


    Sierra Wireless AirCard 595 (EVDO Rev-A)
    USB/PCMCIA
    works out of box
    N/A






    Sierra Wireless AirCard 595U (EVDO Rev-A)
    USB
    works out of box
    N/A






    Sierra Wireless AirCard 597E (EVDO Rev-A)
    USB/EXPRESSCARD
    UNKNOWN








    Sierra Wireless AirCard 598 (EVDO Rev-A)
    USB
    not yet
    Sprint


    vendor=0x1199 product=0x0025
    must run pppd manually, NetworkManager doesn't detect it
    Sierra Wireless AirCard 875
    PCMCIA
    works out of box
    Orange(Austria) AT&T






    Sierra Wireless AirCard 880 (HSUPA)
    USB/CARDBUS
    UNKNOWN






    European Optimised Version of the 881
    Sierra Wireless AirCard 880E (HSUPA)
    USB/EXPRESSCARD
    works out of box - used umtsmon to connect






    European Optimised Version of the 881E
    Sierra Wireless AirCard 880U (HSUPA)
    USB
    works out of the box
    AT&T


    vendor=0x1199 product=0x6856
    European Optimised Version of the 881U, assumed to be the same status
    Sierra Wireless AirCard 881 (HSUPA)
    USB/CARDBUS
    works with Sierra homepage instructions
    AT&T


    vendor=0x1199 product=0x6851
    NetworkManager does not control the device, fails setting APN, has to be controlled via external pppd w/sierra ppp gsm scripts
    Sierra Wireless AirCard 881E (HSUPA)
    USB/EXPRESSCARD
    UNKNOWN








    Sierra Wireless AirCard 881U (HSUPA)
    USB
    works out of the box
    AT&T


    vendor=0x1199 product=0x6856
    have to manually load the "option" driver, NetworkManger won't control the connection have to manually run "pppd"
    Sierra Wireless AirCard 885E (HSUPA)
    USB/EXPRESSCARD
    UNKNOWN








    Sierra Wireless Apex 880 (HSUPA)
    USB
    UNKNOWN
    N/A






    Sierra Wireless Compass 597 (EVDO Rev-A)
    USB
    UNKNOWN
    N/A






    Sierra Wireless Compass 885 (HSUPA)
    USB
    UNKNOWN
    AT&T


    vendor=0x1199 product=0x6880
    +GCAP: +CGSM,+FCLASS,+DS +COPS: 0,0,"ATT@",0
    Sierra Wireless MC5725 (EVDO Rev-A)
    USB/Mini-PCIE
    UNKNOWN








    Sierra Wireless MC5725V (EVDO Rev-A)
    USB/Mini-PCIE
    UNKNOWN








    Sierra Wireless MC8775 (HSDPA)
    USB/Mini-PCIE
    works, but required some tweaking
    O2 (UK), Elisa Finland
    See SierraMC8775
    vendor=0x1199 product=0x6813


    Sierra Wireless MC8775V (HSDPA)
    USB/Mini-PCIE
    UNKNOWN








    Sierra Wireless MC8780 (HSUPA)
    USB/Mini-PCIE
    UNKNOWN








    Sierra Wireless MC8781 (HSUPA)
    USB/Mini-PCIE
    UNKNOWN








    Sierra Wireless MC8785V (HSUPA)
    USB/Mini-PCIE
    UNKNOWN








    Sierra Wireless MC8790 (HSUPA)
    USB/Mini-PCIE
    UNKNOWN








    Sierra Wireless MC8790V (HSUPA)
    USB/Mini-PCIE
    UNKNOWN








    Sony Ericsson GC86 (EDGE)
    PCMCIA










    Vodafone K3565
    USB
    works out of the box (9.04) but doesn't always appear to provide DNS servers via DHCP
    Vodafone (UK)


    vendor=0x12d1 product=0x1003
    Similar to Huawei E160G, but no external antenna socket
    Vodafone K3565-Z
    USB
    works out of box (10.10)
    Vodafone (de)


    vendor=0x19d2 product=0x0063
    Manufactured by ZTE. Perhaps usb_modeswitch necessary (see ZTE MF636+). CD-Mode has Product-ID 0x2000. Takes long time (1min) for detection
    Vodafone Mobile Connect Original (UMTS)
    PCMCIA
    UNKNOWN




    vendor=0x1045 product=0xc861


    Vodafone Mobile Connect, UK (Merlin UMTS Modem)
    PCMCIA
    not seen by network manager
    N/A
    248630
    vendor=0x00a4 product=0x0276


    ZTE MF190
    USB
    Works (Read notes)
    Cell C (South Africa)


    vendor=0x19d2 product=0x1224 (before) product=0x0082 (after)
    If you have trouble switching, so that the ports show, just eject the "CD" drive that mounts. the device then switches. In Lucid, NetworkManager does not see the device after switching. Try wvdial. In Maverick and Natty, after switching, follow the New Connection wizard and you'll be ok.
    ZTE MF330
    PCMCIA


    Orange (Poland)


    vendor=0x19d2 product=0x0001
    Works with wvdial&comgt, not detected by NM, reported https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...er/+bug/501005
    ZTE MF627 (HSDPA)
    USB
    Works after workarounds (usb_modeswitch + HAL FDI)
    3 (UK), Smart (Philippines)
    310025 FDI attached to: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...er/+bug/310025
    vendor=0x19d2 product=0x0031


    ZTE MF628 (HSDPA)
    USB
    works, if driver detected correctly(product=0x0015)
    Yesss (Austria)
    269858 FDI attached to: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...al/+bug/267727
    vendor=0x19d2 product=0x0015
    In 2.6.27: usb-storage patch
    ZTE MF636+
    USB
    Works after usb_modeswitch
    Elisa, Sonera / Finland, Cosmote (Greece)


    Vendor=0x19d2 Product=0x2000
    usb_modeswitch target ID's: Vendor=0x19d2 Product=0x0031
    ZTE CDMA (ONDA Communication S.p.A.)
    USB
    UNKNOWN
    Reliance Broadband(India)


    vendor=0x19d2 product=0xfffd
    Works properly with usbserial

    || BSNL's EVDO Card "Prithvi"|| USB || Not able to connect though recognizable as mass storage and CD storage and listing in Network Manager || BSNL, India || 864658 || Bus 002 Device 018: ID 15eb(product):1231(device) iM=1 iP=2 if=0 || NOT WORKING
    ZTE AC8710 (CDMA/EVDO)
    USB
    Not recognized by NetworkManager
    Tata Indicom Photon+ (India)
    384344
    vendor=0x19d2 product=0xffff
    ONDA Communication S.p.A. +GCAP: +CIS707-A, CIS-856, +MS, +ES, +DS, +FCLASS. Works with wvdial/gnome-ppp/kppp after manually loading usbserial.


    Mobile Phones

    Hardware
    Type
    Status
    Provider(s)
    LP Bug
    Device ID
    Notes
    CECT P168+ (aka the Apple iPhone clone)
    GSM Phone, used as GPRS Modem, internet via Bluetooth (this phone does not use USB for this)
    Not detected NM 0.7, works via WVDial, but extremely complicated to get it to work
    All Providers (Poland)
    293846
    gsmctl -d <MEO0> Manufacturer: MTK1 <ME1> Model: MTK2 <ME2> Revision: YG718-03-SIV100ASIV100B-IPHON, 2007/11/29 18:52 <ME3> Serial Number: 354969010811212>
    Can't find device ID
    Nokia 3109c
    GSM Phone via USB
    not detected


    259041 (proposed fix uploaded to NetworkManager PPA)




    Nokia 5800
    GSM/UMTS Phone via USB/Bluetooth
    USB is detected/enabled automatically (nm-0.7), Bluetooth works after a small edition as detailed in *NetworkManager/Hardware/3G/Probing
    DNA Finland






    Nokia 6300
    GSM Phone via USB
    Needs a small patch to hal-info (nm-0.7)
    MTN Nigeria
    258197 (Works out of the box with hal-info from NetworkManager PPA)




    Nokia 6120c
    GSM/UMTS Phone via USB
    Works out-of-box
    3 UK






    Nokia 6500c
    GSM Phone via Bluetooth
    Not detected, works fine with manual configuration
    Vodafone Ireland






    Nokia 6500c
    GSM Phone via USB
    Works fine
    Most providers, KPN Netherlands in this case.


    vendor=0x0421, product=0x003d; +GCAP: +CGSM,+DS,+W


    Nokia 6630
    GSM/UMTS Phone via USB/Bluetooth
    Detected via USB / Not detected via Bluetooth
    Saunalahti (Finland)


    vendor=0x0421, product=0x0410
    Tested with DKU-2, CA-52 - both work
    Nokia E51
    GSM/UMTS Phone via USB/Bluetooth
    Not detected via USB
    Swisscom (Switzerland)
    261416




    Nokia E75
    GSM/UMTS/HSDPA Phone via USB/Bluetooth
    Detected via USB / Not detected via Bluetooth
    E-Plus Germany
    https://bugs.launchpad.net/network-manager/+bug/262392


    freezes Ubuntu Karmic Koala upon attempt to reconnect
    Nokia E71
    GSM/UMTS/HSDPA Phone via USB/Bluetooth
    USB modem works out of the box, Bluetooth
    E-Plus (Germany), Telkomsel Flash (Indonesia)
    #257045
    vendor=0x421, product=0xab
    Using Kubuntu Intrepid Ibex 8.10 with latest updates. Bluetooth may need BlueMan
    Nokia E70
    GSM/UMTS Phone via USB/Bluetooth
    Detected via USB / Not detected via Bluetooth
    o2 (Germany)
    257725 (proposed fix uploaded to NetworkManager PPA)




    Nokia E90
    GSM/UMTS Phone via USB/Bluetooth
    Not detected by NM, but works fine with manual rfcomm+pppd+chat setup.
    TDC/Sonofon (Denmark)
    274952
    +GCAP: +CGSM,+DS,+W +COPS: 0,2,"23801",2 <ME0> Manufacturer: Nokia <ME1> Model: Nokia E90 <ME2> Revision: V 210.41.48.2 10-04-08 RA-6 (c) Nokia <ME3> Serial Numberxx vendor=0x421 product=0x04ce
    Solution is described in the bug
    Nokia E90
    GSM/UMTS Phone via USB/Bluetooth
    Works fine
    Saunalahti (Finland)




    Using Ubuntu Lucid. Getting Bluetooth working required blueman-manager (from blueman package)
    Nokia N73
    GSM/UMTS/HSDPA phone via Bluetooth
    Not detected, works fine with manual configuration
    Vodafone (Spain)






    Nokia N73
    GSM/UMTS/HSDPA phone via USB
    Detected, works great
    Orange (Romania)






    Nokia N82
    GSM/UMTS/HSDPA phone via USB
    Works out of the box
    All




    Works fine in both Karmic and Lucid. Just connect phone in PC Suite Mode
    Nokia N85
    GSM/UMTS/HSDPA phone via Bluetooth/USB
    "Detected" by NM, connection attempts may fail due to wrong default AP: 0 add device ID to /usr/share/hal/fdi/information/10freedesktop/10-modem.fdi Nokia section 1 configure mobile broadband using Comviq/Tele2, 2 change connection APN from "mobileinternet.tele2.se" to "internet.tele2.se" i.e. default received in cfg messages from comviq.
    Comviq/Tele2 Sweden.


    ID 0421:0094
    connects fine via wvdial when specifying tele2's internet.tele2.se as AP, and forcing the nameservers into resolve.conf
    Nokia N900
    GSM/UMTS/HSDPA phone via USB
    "Detected" by NM, in pc connectivity mode
    Wind (Canada)


    ID 0421:01c8


    Nokia N95-2
    GMS/UMTS/HSDPA phone via USB
    Generic CDC+ACM, Works after small hal-info patch
    T-Mobile (UK)
    bug 285494
    vendor=0x0421, product=0x070


    Nokia N95-3 (RM-160)
    GSM/UMTS/HSDPA phone via USB
    Generic CDC+ACM, Works after small hal-info patch
    Telstra (Australia)
    bug 262556, with patch
    vendor=0x0421, product=0x04f0, AT+GCAP: +GCAP: +CGSM,+DS,+W


    Nokia N95-3 (RM-160)
    GSM/UMTS/HSDPA phone via Bluetooth
    Not detected via bluetooth, but works fine with manual rfcomm+pppd+chat setup.
    Telstra (Australia)






    T-Mobile Dash
    GSM Phone via USB
    generic rndis device
    T-Mobile(USA)






    Toshiba TS705
    GSM Phone via USB
    Detected, not able to connect yet
    Yoigo (Spain)
    255304 and 257111




    LG U990
    GSM/UMTS/HSDPA phone via USB
    Generic CDC+ACM, works after small hal-info patch
    Three (Australia)
    263044
    vendor=0x1004, product=0x6000


    LG U990
    GSM/UMTS/HSDPA phone via Bluetooth
    Not detected by NM, but works fine with manual rfcomm+pppd+chat setup
    Three (Australia)


    AT+GCAP: +CGSM,+DS,+ES


    RIM BlackBerry 8100
    CDMA Phone via USB/Bluetooth
    Not detected by NM, works fine whit KPPP
    Iusacell(México)
    290576
    vendor=0fca, product=0004 Research In Motion, Ltd.


    Samsung SGH-Z370
    GSM/UMTS phone via USB/Bluetooth
    works out-of-box
    Play (Poland)


    vendor=0x04e8, product=0x6601
    Detected as Samsung Z100 via USB, plays well with NM0.7 via USB, for bluetooth use command line
    Sony Ericsson K510i
    GSM/EDGE phone via USB/Bluetooth
    Works out-of-box
    Telkomsel Flash (Indonesia)




    May need BlueMan for Bluetooth
    Sony Ericsson K610i
    GSM/UMTS phone via USB/Bluetooth
    Works out-of-box
    Smart (Philippines)






    Sony Ericsson K770i
    GPRS/UMTS phone via USB
    Works out-of-box
    Vodafone (UK)






    Sony Ericsson K810i
    GPRS/UMTS phone via USB
    Works out-of-box
    Bob (AT)


    vendor=0fce, product=d0a1, AT+GCAP: +CGSM, +DS +COPS: 0,0,"bob",2 +CREG: 0,5
    works with Ubuntu lucid and maverick
    Sony Ericsson W910i
    GPRS/UMTS/EDGE/HSDPA phone via USB
    Works out-of-box
    Blau (E-Plus) Germany






    Sony Ericsson Z770i
    GPRS/UMTS phone via USB
    Works
    Swisscom (Switzerland)




    Maybe had to disable Windows driver install mode on 1st run? Don't remember exactly)
    Motorola E770V
    GSM/UMTS phone via USB/Bluetooth
    Not detected by NM


    321485
    vendor=22b8, product=3002


    Nokia E52
    GSM/UMTS phone via USB/Bluetooth
    works with no problem on usb
    Simobil(Vodafone), Swisscom




    USB: Use PC Suite mode(!). Bluetooth didn't detect modem?


    Provider info

    Information needed to get online with certain providers.
    [IMG]file:///home/david/dlw/ubuntu/3G_files/icon_eek.png[/IMG] If you discover you need provider information from here or elsewhere, please file a bug against the mobile-broadband-provider-info package so we can improve the experience for all users to a level where all providers Just Work out of the box. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...-provider-info
    As today (16/01/09) bug #317860 at Launchpad cover a lot of Service Providers missing. (https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubun...fo/+bug/317860)
    Provider
    Country
    APN
    Dial
    Username
    Password
    Other information
    3
    Australia
    3netaccess


    N/A
    N/A


    3
    Austria
    drei.at
    *99#
    N/A
    N/A
    username and password can be empty
    3 Bredband
    Sweden
    bredband.tre.se
    *99#
    dummy
    dummy
    APN depends on contract: 3 Bredband Kontant is "net.tre.se", 3 Bredband is "bredband.tre.se" (the new autotool entered "data.tre.se" which also worked, deprecated address?) UPDATE: data.tre.se is for mobile phone usage (same speed though) and will only give you a NATed address. May have to enter DNS servers manually (please fix this bug): 80.251.192.244 and 80.251.192.245
    3 Kontant
    Sweden
    net.tre.se
    *99#
    dummy
    dummy
    APN depends on contract. 3 Bredband Kontant is "net.tre.se", 3 Bredband is "bredband.tre.se"
    3
    Italy
    naviga.tre.it


    anon
    anon


    3
    Ireland
    3ireland.ie


    3ireland
    3ireland


    3
    UK
    three.co.uk


    three
    three
    APN is dependant on contract. PAYG is "three.co.uk" full contract is "3internet"
    A1 (mobilkom)
    Austria
    a1.net
    *99#
    ppp@a1plus.at
    ppp


    AT&T
    USA
    N/A
    wap.cingular
    WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM
    CINGULAR1
    username/pass just dummy data and the number needs to be *99#
    BiBoB
    Denmark
    internet.bibob.dk
    *99#
    N/A
    N/A
    username and password can be empty
    China Mobile
    China
    cmnet


    zte
    zte


    Claro
    Brazil
    claro.com.br
    *99#
    claro
    claro
    Have to manually edit the DNS servers in /etc/resolv.conf, ADD nameserver 200.255.121.39 nameserver 200.169.117.14
    Econet
    Zimbabwe
    econet.net
    *99***1#/*99#
    N/A
    N/A


    Elisa
    Finland
    internet
    *99***1#
    rlnet
    internet
    username "rlnet" (apparently not needed), password "internet"
    e-moble
    Japan
    emb.ne.jp
    *99***1#
    em
    em


    Globe Visibility
    Philippines
    internet.globe.com.ph
    *99# or *99***1#
    N/A
    N/A


    Kanguru
    Portugal
    myconnection
    *99***1#
    N/A
    N/A
    May need dummy username and password (enter anything) DNS Servers: 62.169.67.172 and 62.169.67.171 (see 270282 and 248630)
    Kanguru (fixo)
    Portugal
    kangurufixo
    *99***1#
    N/A
    N/A
    Dummy username and password. DNS Servers: 62.169.67.172 and 62.169.67.171
    ice.net
    Sweden
    N/A
    #777
    cdma
    cdma


    IM3
    Indonesia
    www.indosat-m3.net


    im3
    im3


    Iusacell
    México
    N/A
    #777
    N/A
    N/A
    username/password can be anything
    M-Budget Mobile
    Switzerland
    gprs.swisscom.ch
    *99#
    gprs
    gprs


    MCel
    Mozambique
    isp.mcel.mz
    *99#
    guest
    guest


    MobileOne
    Singapore
    sunsurf


    M1
    M1


    Movistar
    Spain
    movistar.es


    movistar
    movistar


    MTN NG
    Nigeria
    web.gprs.mtnnigeria.net


    web
    web
    Use GPRS always; username: web; password: web
    Netcom
    Norway
    internet


    internet
    internet


    o2
    Germany
    internet or surfo2 (see FAQ)


    N/A
    N/A
    any username and password
    o2
    Ireland
    open.internet


    gprs
    gprs


    Optimus
    Portugal
    myconnection
    *99***1#
    N/A
    N/A
    May need dummy username and password (enter anything)
    o2
    UK
    mobile.o2.co.uk
    *99#
    N/A
    N/A


    o2 PAYG
    UK
    m-bb.o2.co.uk
    *99#
    o2bb
    password
    Username & password may be anything
    Optus Prepaid
    Australia
    preconnect


    N/A
    N/A
    Needs to be able to recieve SMS's to activate the SIM. Windows utility has this capability. Works perfectly in Ubuntu when activated.
    Orange (formerly ONE)
    Austria
    orange.web or fullspeed or web.one.at
    *99#
    web
    web


    Orange
    UK
    orangeinternet or internetvpn (see FAQ)


    orange
    orange


    Play
    Poland
    internet
    *99#
    N/A
    N/A
    Leave user and password blank
    Powertel
    Zimbabwe


    #777
    111
    111


    PT. SATelindo C
    Indonesia
    indosat3g


    indosat
    indosat


    Pro XL
    Indonesia
    www.xlgprs.net


    xlgprs
    proxl


    Proximus
    Belgium
    internet.proximus.be
    *99#
    test
    test
    May need "Prefer GPRS". Used Huawei e220
    Reliance NetConnect Broadband+
    India
    N/A
    #777
    Your_mobile_number
    Your_mobile_number
    NetworkMangaer should ask Username / Password before completing wizards
    Safaricom
    Kenya
    web.safaricom.com
    *99#
    web
    web


    SFR
    France
    websfr


    websfr
    websfr


    Smart
    Philippines
    Internet or SmartBro
    *99#
    N/A
    N/A
    The PPP Authentication Method should be set to PAP. DNS Address preferably configured to OpenDNS or Google since ISPs' DNS not reliable
    Sprint
    USA
    unknown
    #777
    N/A
    N/A
    number: #777 authenticates via ESN
    Simyo
    Spain
    gprs-service.com


    N/A
    N/A


    Sunrise
    Switzerland
    internet
    *99#






    Swisscom
    Switzerland
    gprs.swisscom.ch
    *99#
    gprs
    gprs


    T-Mobile
    Czech Republic
    internet.t-mobile.cz
    *99#
    gprs
    gprs


    T-Mobile
    USA
    internet2.voicestream.com


    N/A
    N/A


    Tata Indicom Photon+
    India
    N/A
    #777
    internet
    internet


    Tele 2
    Sweden
    mobileinternet.tele2.se
    *99#




    May need dummy username and password (enter anything)
    Telkomsel Flash - Time based
    Indonesia
    flash


    flash
    flash


    Telkomsel Flash - Unlimited
    Indonesia
    internet
    *99#






    TeliaSonera
    Sweden
    online.telia.se


    3G
    internet


    Telstra
    Australia
    Telstra.WAP or Telstra.Internet
    *99#
    N/A
    N/A


    Telenor
    Serbia
    internet
    *99#
    telenor
    gprs


    Telenor
    Sweden
    services.telenor.se








    Tigo
    Colombia
    web.colombiamovil.com.co
    *99#
    N/A
    N/A


    TIM
    Italy
    ibox.tim.it


    anon
    anon


    TMN
    Portugal
    internet
    *99#




    username and password can be empty
    TW Mobile
    Taiwan
    internet
    *99#




    username/password can be anything
    Verizon
    USA
    N/A
    #777
    <phonenum>@vzw3g.com
    vzw
    username/pass can be blank
    Vodacom
    South Africa
    internet


    vodafone
    vodafone


    Vodafone
    Germany
    web.vodafone.de


    vodafone
    vodafone


    Vodafone
    Hungary
    standardnet.vodafone.net
    *99***1#
    ANY
    ANY
    Normal graphics
    Vodafone
    Hungary
    internet.vodafone.net
    *99***1#
    ANY
    ANY
    Reduced graphics
    Vodafone
    Hungary / Prepaid
    vitamax.snet.vodafone.net
    *99***1#
    ANY
    ANY
    Normal graphics
    Vodafone
    Hungary / Prepaid
    vitamax.internet.vodafone.net
    *99***1#
    ANY
    ANY
    Reduced graphics
    Vodafone
    Italy
    web.omnitel.it


    vodafone
    vodafone


    Vodafone
    Ireland
    hs.vodafone.ie


    vodafone
    vodafone


    Vodafone
    Netherlands
    live.vodafone.com


    vodafone
    vodafone


    Vodafone
    Portugal
    internet.vodafone.pt


    vodafone
    vodafone


    Vodafone
    Romania
    internet.vodafone.ro


    internet.vodafone.ro
    vodafone


    Vodafone
    Spain
    ac.vodafone.es


    vodafone
    vodafone


    Vodafone
    UK
    internet


    vodafone
    vodafone


    VIP
    Croatia
    data.vip.hr


    38591
    38591


    Virgin Mobile
    Australia
    virgininternet


    N/A
    N/A


    Virgin Mobile Prepaid
    Australia
    VirginBroadband


    N/A
    N/A
    Need to disable CHAP (via Network Manager, edit settings, PPP settings tab)
    Wana
    Morocco


    #777
    wana
    wana


    Welho
    Finland
    internet.welho.fi
    *99#
    N/A
    N/A
    In Network-manager chose DNA and modify APN
    Wind
    Canada
    internet.windmobile.ca
    *99#






    Wind
    Italy
    internet.wind


    anon
    anon


    XS4ALL
    Netherlands
    umts.xs4all.nl
    (umts/gprs default)
    chosen username
    chosen password
    Username and password are chosen when you register for the service.
    Yesss
    Austria
    web.yesss.at
    *99#
    dummy
    dummy


    Yoigo
    Spain
    internet
    *99***1#
    yoigo
    yoigo





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