i'm currently having trouble installing my D-Link DU-562M USB Modem in Centos 5.3. That is, my modem is not detected. When i issue the command ls /dev/tty*, i can't see any node pertaining to /dev/ttyUSB0 or more.. what should i do to make my modem work?
I am trying a 3G HSDPA USB Modem inUbuntu 10.04. It detects it as a CD Drive.
When I tried to 'Safely Remove Drive'
I got the following error:
Unable to stop drive Error detaching: helper exited with exit code 1: Detaching device /dev/sr1 USB device: /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.2/usb4/4-2) SYNCHRONIZE CACHE: FAILED: No such file or directory
For F10 patched. I'm in Honduras. The local cell / Internet provider that covers Guatamala, Honduras, El Salvador, uses an HSDPA modem marked "GBC" and is also known as the "China Bird". It's a black usb stick that looks identical to the option unit, but its definitely not an option modem.
lsusb lists it as 1c9e:1001 with no text after it. It automounts as a disk drive with typical Windows software on it. Nothing ever shows up in /dev/ttyUSB*, as I believe the disk mount causes it to not try mounting it as a modem. Dismounting it also does no good.
I'm new to opensuse as well linux.today i installed suse 11.3 and installation completed.then i plug the usb modem (ZTE mf 100) and then nothing appears..i dont know what to do for configure the modem.
I recently got a HUAWEI E1630 HSDPA USB Modem and it was working fine until recently. Recently it starts to drop the connection and in /var/log/messages I can see a pppd error "Protocol-Reject for unsupported protocol xxxx". The protocol number is random. Only way to resume is to unplug and replug the device. The happens very frequently and hence the device is not usable.
To isolate the service provider end, I use the same SIM on a PROLINK HSDPA USB Modem and it works fine. Also I use a different SIM from another service provider in this device and the issue still exists.
I am on Kubuntu 10.10 with all the updates to date. Should I report a bug?
I'm trying to make a Huawei K3715 HSDPA modem work in Ubuntu 10.04.1. I plug it in, and it loads two mass storage devices (one CDRom containing the Windows software, and one 2GB drive that appears empty), but I don't really know where to go from here.
Note that I replaced the stock network manager with Wicd, as I find it more reliable in picking up wifi connections. I'm not sure if it's suitable for connecting the HSPA modem though.
The problem is that I have no clue what information I am supposed to give when configuring it through KNetwork manager. The password is disabled and I think the username should be telenor which is my ISP, the other info lines in KNetwork manager, however, I am very uncertain of, and I can't seem to get it working. I have switched from traditional setup with ifup to user controlled through Network Manager and the modem is detected. The module option seems to be loaded and the 'mode' of the stick seems also to be correct, it is not detected as a storage device at least.
I've been trying to get a USB modem stick to work with Karmic.The modem is the ZTE MF626 HSDPA on a Telstra Next G plan.I've followed all the guides and links on the forums:Have deactivated the CD autorun on the USB stick in XP lsusb is showing "Bus 002 Device 003:ID 19d2:0031 ONDA Communication S.p.A." demsg is showing "usb 2-2: GSM modem (1-port) converter now attached to ttyUSB1"This seems stable as well, ie checking periodically it doesn't seem to be disconnecting By the way,the blue light indicating network communication/modem active lights up after the device has been plugged in for a second or so.
When I go through Network Connections and add a new mobile broadband connection, there is nothing listed in the "Create a connection for this mobile broadband device" drop-down on the first configuration screen - all the guides I've read say that it should be listed here, but none say any debug steps if it doesn't.Some other guides for older versions of Ubuntu and earlier versions of the modem reference a "/usr/share/hal/fdi/information/20thirdparty/20-zte-mf626.fdi"file which I don't have.
The USB stick modem stated in the title came with a software for Windows and Mac operating systems. The manufacturer is ZTE corporation, China. Is there anyway I can get the drivers and software for Fedora Linux.
I have a weird problem on my laptop. Everything works okey on PC though.
I'm using kNetworkManager on my OpenSuse 11.2 on PC.
Everything works fine there with the following settings: 1. Make a new GSM Connection in kNetworkManager and enter settings there 2. Edit etc/sysconfig/network/config file and set .....DNS_Policy from "auto" to "" 3. Enter openDNS to /etc/resolv.conf (nameserver xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
It works like that on my PC.
I did the same on my laptop. The modem connects fine, but the DNS'es ain't resolved. So skype etc will work, but no pages will open in Firefox for example.
What else should I need to do to make this work?
It's weird it works the SAME way on my PC, but doesn't on my laptop.
I have bought a so-called web'n'walk stick, which identifies itself as a "Globetrotter HSDPA Model". I managed to get it identified as a serial device (initially, it is detected as a USB drive), but I fail to get it working.
I had an ATT "2Wire" modem/router that was working but connection to the Internet was often poor. An ATT technician came to my home and swapped out the modem/router for the identical model. I changed the ESSID and WEP code to match the new unit and everything was fine with the following wireless units: a wireless desktop, two cellphones, three wireless Archos tablets, and a couple of e-reader tablets. So all seemed to be fine wirelessly. However...
My laptop (SuSE 11.0, KDE3) simply won't connect no matter what I do. I changed the ESSID and WEP info in the lappy exactly as was done with the other wireless devices named above. But no good. The lappy does see the modem/router (a good, strong signal appears in KNetworkManager). But it seems as if the modem/router is rejecting the lappy's attempted handshake using the new ESSID and/or WEP information.
I thought that perhaps there was something wrong with the lappy's wireless card, so I took it to a Starbucks to see if it would connect there on an open network, and it did without problem. So the lappy's wireless card appears to be working fine. It just won't talk to the encrypted modem/router at home. Here are the settings on the lappy. Hopefully something here is easily identified as the culprit. With all the clicking I've done it certainly is possible that I ticked something that should not have been ticked and just don't realize what I've done.
Network settings screen: Global options tab: Network setup method: user controlled with Network Manager Change default route via DHCP (ticked)
Why won't the new modem/router which is exactly the same as the old one except for the ESSID and WEP work with my lappy yet it does work with a bunch of other wireless devices?
What are the pros and cons of various current model ADSL modem routers for use with DD-WRT, OpenWRT or Tomato? There are, of course, hardware compatibility lists (HCLs) for each of these (DD-WRT, OpenWRT and Tomato) but many of the models are no longer available and there are so many that researching them all would be onerous. Many pages on the Internet recommend the WRTG54L and that would be great but it is no longer an option except second user which is increasingly difficult. What are the pros and cons of the various chipsets: ADM5120, AR7, IXP4xx and BCM63xx?
how to install D-link dwm-152 (3G/HSDPA) usb adapter on Lucid Lynx?
i've run lsusb and the result are:
Bus 005 Device 002: ID 0a5c:2162 Broadcom Corp. Bus 005 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
I'm trying to install a webConnect Jet Model UMG1691 on to my laptop running UBUNTU version 9.10. I'm using T-mobile as the ISP. I'm new to the LINUX world so you'll have to explain it to me like I'm 3 years old if there's going to be a lot of terminal jargon.
I had a shuttle box quad core amd running Ubuntu 9.04 64 bit. Anyway it was always losing it's bios settings so I presumed the battery was flat. Since the shuttle had always been a little twitchy apic had to be disabled etc to get thing to boot into Linux. I decided to move the install over to another Shuttle XPC SG31G2 V1 model which was running Windows 7 without any problems.
Got it running surprisingly easy as I expected a full re-install jobby but I quickly reconfigured it and it was loading into X properly. However the bios settings also get reset on power off. All seems very strange to me. Any ideas bar booting of a live cd and see if the same happens???
i have both a vodafone and 3 mobile broadband dongles. they both work out of the box, however i am only getting gprs, while i can get 3g/hsdpa using my windows box. is there any gui configuration manager or terminal commands i can use to set it to 3g/hsdpa only? im running ubuntu 9.10.