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Ubuntu Networking :: Celcom Vodafone Huawei K3565-Z Broadband Setup?

[The configuration here is based on Celcom Malaysia's setting]

Download 3 debian files from Borneoubuntu's Blog
install ozerocdoff_0.4-2_i386.deb
install usb-modeswitch_0.9.7_i386.deb (depends on Ubuntu Ver, if not necessary don't install)
install vodafone-mobile-connect_2.1.5.01-2_all.deb
select apn setting "celcom malaysia/malaysia/contract"/OK


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