OpenSUSE Network :: Huawei E 1750 - Connect In Live Cd - Recognize The Device

Oct 16, 2010

i tried to connect whit this key on opensuse 11.3 but i can't the device is recognized i start to connect it and the system show me "activating" but the light never comes blue , it's always green and it's impossible go to internet i use kde..

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OpenSUSE Wireless :: Search A Driver For Huawei MobileBroadband Model - E 1750 Hspa USB Stick ( 64 Bit )?

Aug 27, 2010

On google there is no information. Opensuse does not know anything about this chip. On that stick is a driver for Win 7 64 and a linux driver for debian. I shall " dial up" with an analog modem to get into the internet. All at the console over ppp and comands like pon and poff. there is no networkmanager. The web `n walk stick and its label is Fusion II. Perhaps anybody has similar problems.

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OpenSUSE Network :: 11.3 - Cannot Connect Huawei Modem (Keeps Failing)

Oct 5, 2010

I am trying to connect my huawei e160 usb modem but it keeps failing and does not show on the Network Manager, checking on /var/log/messages this it what I get:

Oct 5 15:31:30 LPKENBITD002 modem-manager: (ttyUSB1): re-checking support...
Oct 5 15:31:30 LPKENBITD002 modem-manager: (Huawei): (ttyUSB1) deferring support check
Oct 5 15:31:33 LPKENBITD002 modem-manager: (ttyUSB1): re-checking support...
Oct 5 15:31:33 LPKENBITD002 modem-manager: (Huawei): (ttyUSB1) deferring support check
Oct 5 15:31:36 LPKENBITD002 modem-manager: (ttyUSB1): re-checking support...
Oct 5 15:31:36 LPKENBITD002 modem-manager: (Huawei): (ttyUSB1) deferring support check

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OpenSUSE Network :: Can't Connect To Internet Huawei EC 325USB Modem / Fix It?

Jun 4, 2010

I tried to connect to the huawei cdma EC325 modem. using the network manager applet. System asked which tpe of connection i selected cdma and gave the username and password for the account and the password for my opensuse account.Still i cannot connect to the internet using huawei ec325 modem.How to rectify the problem What shall i do next.

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OpenSUSE :: Mount And Recognize IPhone After Connect Device To Laptop Via USB?

Apr 18, 2010

how can I mount my iPhone in Opensuse? after i connect my device to laptop via USB,opensuse doesn't mount it and recognize it at first as a digital camera.

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OpenSUSE Network :: Can Not Get USB Modem Huawei E220 To Connect To Internet / Sort It?

Aug 5, 2010

I can not get NetworkManager to handle my Huawei E220 usb modem. I have searched forums and tried a lot of things. I have just upgraded from openSUSE 11.2 to openSUSE 11.3 using zypper. It seems to work fine except that umtsmon stopped to work, so for now my laptop has no connetion to internet at all. Here are some information about my settings:

I have used usb_modeswitch to make the device a modem. Am I right if I say that usb_modeswitch is a one time command, or does it swap the setting each time it is called? Anyhow lsusb states that the device is a modem. (All the time.) code...

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: 11.2 Don't Recognize Huawei E1692

Dec 31, 2009

I installed a new 11.2 and my huawei e1692 isn't recognized, before in suse 11.1 worked perfectly but now not. I also tried installing the software given by the provider that in 11.1 worked, now not.

kde=Versione 4.3.4 (KDE 4.3.4) "release 2"

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OpenSUSE Wireless :: Mobile Broadband HUAWEI E1756C Connect But Do Not Surf ?

Feb 20, 2011

I am trying to use the HUAWEI E1756C USB stick to connect to the internet. Installing usb_modeswitch and usb_modeswitch-data allowed networkmanager to "recognize" the stick and set up a mobile broadband connection.

The result is that NM succeeded in connecting (one of every five attempts) but firefox does not surf, nor emails can be downloaded etc. Just like if not being connected. The USB modem shows the steady blue LED as connected.

A NM issue? I have tried disabling NM control and tried with PPP clients like NMTSMON, wvdial and even Sakis3g. All with the same results. They seem to connect and show flux up and downloaded but no surfing.

resolf.conf shows is pretty much empty and no DNS there.

The working settings in Window$ are:

Same settings with Sakis3G, or NMTSMON or NM result in connection with no action from applications that use the internet.

I have had a similar issue with WLAN each time I change to a different network. I solve that by forcing to update the DHCP. I mean using -su dhcpd wlan0

But attempts like dhcpcd ttyUSB0 or dhcpcd ttyS0 get the same result. So no idea if this is an DHCP, or DNS or another issue.

My box is an ASUS EEEPC 2005H netbook with OpenSuSE 11.2 and KDE

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OpenSUSE Network :: Huawei E169 Not Working

Feb 7, 2010

I've just installed openSUSE 11.2 (KDE 4.3) on my Dell 1720 lapcrusher (a fresh install - had no space to install next to my old openSUSE 11.0, so had to wipe that). I have a huawei e169 (e620) that worked fine in 11.0 (after some initial trouble/configuring, details of which I cannot remember) using knetworkmanager, but try what I might in 11.2 I cannot get this HSDPA modem to connect to my ISP (Virgin Mobile Broadband in Brisbane Australia).

I'm looking for some advice on where to start - first up the modem is detected fine in KDE 4.3, I can setup a profile with the correct APN "VirginBroadband" and "blank" inserted for username/password, and PAP enabled and CHAP disabled - thats pretty much how it was setup under openSUSE 11.0, and it will try to connect but always will not authenticate - I'm not sure at which stage of authentication the process goes pear shaped. I've tried different combos of turning on/off compression/echo options etc, turning on/off MSCHAP/MSCHAP2, but to no avail.

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OpenSUSE Network :: Huawei E1550 USB Modem In 11.2?

Mar 17, 2010

My machine is running on a dual-boot Windows Vista/openSUSE 11.2 scenario. I have been trying to get my Huawei E1550 to work on Linux for the past few days trying numerous methods suggested in other forums from people with the same problem, but I have not produced any fruitful results.

Plugging in the USB modem results in Linux detecting it as a CD-ROM. I have installed usb_modeswitch in attempt to switch it to a modem, but Linux still fails to recognize it. Windows Device Manager and lsusb both give ProductID=1001 and VendorID=12d1 connected to USB1. I'm guessing since Windows detects the correct IDs, the Linux versions should also be correct. In any case, I ran usb_modeswitch with the Default IDs for /etc/usb_modeswitch.conf, which gave 0x1446 as the ProductID, not 0x1001. Upon running usb_modeswitch, the product ID could not be found so the program fails and quits asking if it's connected (and it is).

Just to test, I also ran wvdial which unsurprisingly did not detect the modem and could not send the init strings. All commands were done using root privileges. Also note that when after usb_modeswitch is run and upon plugging in the USB, NetworkManager pops up near the tray saying "attached" but still shows the device as a CD-ROM.

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OpenSUSE Network :: Huawei E200 Usb Stick Is Not Working In 11.3

Sep 3, 2010

Although my Huawei e200 usb stick is working well under ubuntu, its not working in openSUSE. I think the udev rule provided by the vendor is suited for a debian system and not for openSUSE. When i see the dmesg output, it adds driver for ttyUSB0 and as soon as it adds it also removes it. This sequence goes on continuing till i unplug my usb stick from my computer. The udev file(78-haier.rules) provided by the vendor is as follows:

ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEMS=="usb",
ATTRS{idVendor}=="201e", ATTRS{idProduct}=="1008",
ATTRS{bNumInterfaces}==" 1",
RUN:="/usr/sbin/ 201e 1008"
ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEMS=="usb",

The script that the udev runs is as follows:


# may not use this driver if the product id is already compiled into another driver modprobe -a option echo "0x${VID} 0x${PID}" > /sys/bus/usb-serial/drivers/option1/new_id

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OpenSUSE Network :: Make Huawei E173-s Work In 11.3?

Mar 26, 2011

I have a 3G modem Huawei e173s-6, the usb id is 12d1:1c0b. It's only detected as storage, not as modem. According to some tutorials I've found, I had to use usb_modeswitch and udev rules to make it automatically switch to modem mode, and usb id 12d1:1c05. I followed the tutorials, and the usb changes the id, but after the switch it is still recognized only as storage.

I have the suspicion that I have to add the driver to the kernel, since this is 11.3, but I haven't the slightest clue what to do. Does someone have experience making this modem work in 11.3? tutorial: USB_ModeSwitch ~ View topic - Huawei E173s working config

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OpenSUSE Network :: Can't Install Huawei E1752 Usb Modem

Jun 19, 2011

I am new to Linux and opensuse is lovely to me . However i have a problem, I dual boot windows and OpenSuse 10.3(because it plays mp3 out of the box) I actually tried newer versions but the problem is that I cant install this Huawei E1752 usb modem. I have failed people. Please help me. I need to use it for internet.

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: What Include Support A Driver For USB Modem Huawei E219 (HSDPA/UMTS) And Huawei EC226 (3G/EVDO)

Dec 23, 2009

What include support a driver for USB modem Huawei E219 (HSDPA/UMTS) and Huawei EC226 (3G/EVDO)?

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OpenSUSE Network :: Serial Response Timeout With Huawei E169

Jan 4, 2009

I would like to get my Huawei E169 (aka. Vodafone Mobile Connect K3520, E620 etc.) USB UMTS/3G modem running with my openSUSE 11.1 x86 installation on my MSI Wind U100. The GPRS/UMTS connection works perfectly fine with the stand-alone application Vodafone Mobile Connect for Linux. However, there's the drawback that this app overwrites /etc/resolv.conf (leads to DNS issues if I would like to connect via NetworkManager again) and doesn't disable the off-line mode for Firefox automatically. Consequently, I would like to use NetworkManager for the GPRS/UMTS connection, too.

The NetworkManager configuration dialogue (I'm using the GNOME applet) seems to recognize the plugged USB stick without any issues (I get a radio button for "Huawei E620 USB Modem" in the respective add connection wizard). So I've created the configuration for my provider and saved it. After that I've tried to connect via the applet. However, approx. 2 seconds after I selected the connection, the applet says "Network disconnected" (German: Netzwerkverbindung getrennt) and the stick also obviously doesn't get connected (visible via LED). I created several new connections with different names, replugged the stick, rebooted with and without the stick plugged, but without any success. I also installed the special RPM package which is recommended in Huawei UMTS USB Stick - openSUSE, but - of course - the corresponding 11.1 package. I also used the application manually and got the following result: Looking up for HUAWEI modem and switching modem to BBO 06


Can this time out of the serial command be the reason for the unsuccessful connection? And if yes, how can I force the system to wait longer here? Moreover, I'm wondering, that the GNOME NetworkManager applet doesn't allow me to enter the DNS entries for my GPRS/UMTS connection. Where can I add these entries manually or is that not needed?

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OpenSUSE Network :: Huawei E122 HSPA USB Stick Not Working Under 11.3

Aug 31, 2010

I upgraded from 11.2 to 11.3 and with great disappointment I discovered that my HSPA modem, that worked out of the box under 11.2, work no more. At the first attempt NetworkManager is able to build the connection, I am able to use Yast to download new packages and online updating but at the first use of firefox the internet connection hangs up. Any attempt to disconnecting/reconnceting the usb stick gives the following error in the kernel echo:


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OpenSUSE Network :: Huawei SmartAX MT810 Connection At Boot (arnet)

Feb 5, 2010

I was absolutely dazzled, but my wife made me drop it after 20 days of not being able to get an internet connection.

I thought of trying again after so long to see if things had become easier for every Argentina user who has a Huawei connection (more than half of the country).
Unfortunately not.

The problem is the following:

I have a Huawei SmartAX MT810 usb-modem/router. In order to establish a connection, I need to run the following commands AS ROOT (which is why I cannot use a simple kde autostart bash script)

modprobe br2684 ; br2684ctl -c 0 -b -a 0.33 ; ifconfig nas0 up ; pppd call adsl

What's more, these commands cannot be run before the modem is operational, since they will end with an error.

In other distros I used to place these commands in /etc/rc.local. I tried placing them in /etc/rc.d/boot.local , but with no success: they are executed before the modem is operational.

In my complete ignorance of all things computer-related I thought it would be a good idea to place a caveat before the execution of the commands:

READYorNOT=$(dmesg | grep "modem operational") ; while [ "$READYorNOT" = "" ] ; do echo "Modem not operational" ; done

As a result the whole boot sequence gets stuck until I hit ctrl-c.

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OpenSUSE Network :: Huawei E220 HSDPA Modem Doesn't Read DNS With Knetworkmanager

Jul 9, 2010

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

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.

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Ubuntu Networking :: Doesn't Recognize Mobile Huawei Alisa Internet Dongle

Apr 2, 2011

I have just installed ubuntu 10.10 sucessfully, but it doesn't recognize my mobile huawei alisa internet dongle.

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OpenSUSE Network :: Mobile Internet Connection - Program Doesn't Find The HUAWEI USB Stick

Aug 11, 2010

I have opensuse 11.1 Gnome on Lenovo S10e. I'm wanting to establish a mobile internet connection. I have tried so far...*UMTSMON but when I click on it nothing happens. I have reinstalled the program several times to no avail. *WINE to run the Optus program, however the program doesn't find the HUAWEI USB stick & *Via a Bluetooth connection (use mobile phone as a modem) didn't work either Anyhow, I have tried these and some other ways to get mobile to no avail.

Also, have gone to network connections-mobile broadband-add-configure it- but what am I forgetting to do? Need a path I can take to get mobile internet working. (I even have a direct SIM card slot in this laptop

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Sep 8, 2010

I've done a good few ubuntu installations for friends and colleagues and now my Dad wants in on the action. His PC is more than capable of running ubuntu 32 bit BUT I've hit a brick wall I've never come across before. I've burnt a CD image of the 10.04 iso from [URL] on my ubuntu box and for some reason, his PC just won't boot from it. If I select the option to manually select the boot source, all I see is the hardware monitor telling me things like CPU temperature. As for the Live USB - nothing whatsoever. Is it possible that I've managed to corrupt the iso file somehow?

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Jun 18, 2010

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Aug 7, 2011

I recently got Tata Docomo 3G Data Card. I was unable to install it on my ubuntu 10.04. My Configuration:
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OS: Ubuntu 10.04 AMD 64
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I don't have any other means of internet connection, so that I can download few files on ubuntu 10.04. I got to load all files from Windows and then start from ubuntu.

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Mar 17, 2010

New to opensuse, trying to set up cache proxy and webfilter at a highschool. I have a new install of opensuse11.2 64bit installed as server. Installed squid3 stable. Trying to configure it in yast2. Now in yast2-->networkservices-->squid I get the message squid needs to be installed, continuing with Next I get message unresolved dependencies then another that squid3 conflicts with squid-2.7. Solutions offered are deinstall squid3 or don't install squid-2. I select the latter and get messages that yast might not function etc. Isn't squid3 the newer version of squid-2? Should yast2 recognize that?

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Jun 12, 2010

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May 1, 2011

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Aug 7, 2009

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Feb 25, 2011

I'm on opensuse 11.4 (11.3 won't work with my monitor).

My computer gets internet through wireless and I want to share that internet through its ethernet port. So far I've tried using Knetworkmanager to create a network bridge between my wireless and wired connections. I created a new wired connection and shared it using the ip address settings. I was able to get both connections active, but the device hooked up via ethernet had no internet connectivity.

I also tried this command:
echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward

but another test resulted in the same fashion (no internet on wired). I believe anything I add to /proc should have an immediate effect, correct?

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Sep 25, 2010

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eth0 no wireless extensions.
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Mar 26, 2010

So the only experience I have with Linux is all from Ubuntu, and I just spontaneously decided that I needed a change...two days later my triple boot Macbook Pro got slimmed down to a dual boot OSX/OpenSUSE 11.2 machine. But there are some general problems, and I have absolutely no idea how to solve them. First, wireless isn't recognized at all...there isn't even a space for wireless connections. Second, I haven't been able to get compiz to work yet, and I can only suspect that the system doesn't recognize my video card, or the driver isn't installed. Yet again, no idea how to fix this.

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