Ubuntu Networking :: Samsung Mobile Modem Not Detecting When Connecting New Mobile Broadband Connection?
Oct 17, 2010
i am using samsung S3310 with aircel when i am connecting new mobile broadband connection my device is not identifying ,so that i cant connect Internet.but everything okay i mean settings in mobile and pc. for same connection i used Nokia mobile its identified and Internet was connected but samsung mobile is not identifying in terminal i typed LSUSB my device is shown in that.
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.
sometimes our ADSL connection gives up and we are left without internet connection for days until the problem gets fixed. I mean by this problem along the phone line. It affects all machines that connect to the internet through a Netgear WIFI Modem Router. I recently tried an alternative when this happens is to use a USB Huawei Mobile Broadband UMTS connection which works when you insert it in 1 laptop. Is there a way i could get the Netgear WIFI modem router to connect on that usb stick or PC that is online on that usb stick and give access to other machines that will want to connect to the web ?
I am using open suse 11.3 with kernel 2.6.34 KDE is 4.4.4, I have Lenovo G550 laptop My system sometimes detects and connects the modem to internet and sometimes its doesn't detects and I am unable to connect to internet I have all the updates installed. Because of this I have to use Forbidden OS (windows)
I am trying to switch to mobile broadband, Ubuntu 9.10, Huawei E1750 modem, provider Telia Sweden. So far I tried this:
(previous: tried to get started with an Option Icon 550 modem, but could not do it. Ubuntu froze completely, networkmanager refused to see the modem after this. Read somewhere that it is (next to) impossible with Ubuntu, but Huawei is a better chance. Maybe I changed some settings on the way, went and got a Huawei)
-connected modem, nothing happened
-rebooted to Windows Vista, installed modem
-rebooted to Ubuntu networkmanager sees the modem, when I select it, it gives a message 'GSM network, disconnected'
I have a k3806-z vodafone mobile broadband modem, on ubuntu 10.04. I have added the mobile broadband connection with the network manager wizard. But network manager does not list my connection. I installed usb-modeswitch and usb-modeswitch-data. Still nothing. The disc utility tells me it recognises the modem as a cd drive and a storage device. Evidently usb-modeswitch is not working.
I have bought reliance netconnect broadband+ 3.1 Mbps connection. I am provided Huawai EC1260 device to make the connection.But using ubuntu 9.1 I am not able to make the connection work. I have tested the device in windows XP and it's working fine there. I don't want to use windows and desperate to establish the connection in Ubuntu 9.1.
I have a strange problem with my mobile broadband connection. I hope I am not the only one (so it will be fixed), but since I haven't found any others having the same problem yet, I am not so confident.I started using mobile broadband, via a HUAWEI E1762 HSPA USB stick since Jaunty. I've had the same problem in jaunty as I do now in Karmic. Although in Karmic, i've had additional problems (that problem i've found listed as a known bug).The problem is that when I get my mobile broadband to connect, it is sometimes, somehow, not fully connected. Symptoms are as follows:
1. panel icon shows connected and good strength (good) 2. skype connects, and I can chat and voip (good) 3. ping does not work (bad)
i recently installed ubuntu 10.04 in my laptop. everything is working fine except for my mobile broadband connection. i use a huawei ec1260 USB 3g modem to connect to the net. the OS detects the modem fine and the network manger applet prompts me to set up the connection as well i.e entering the username, password, number to be dialled etc. however when i actually try to dial the connection the applet icon flashes for a long while and a notification pops up saying connection disconnected. has anyone come across same kind of problem and solutions, if any.
Earlier i used the same modem in in karmic i was able to connect to net and even now i am able to connect using the modem in windows 7 as well
i downloaded ubuntu 10.10 for learning purpose. All goes well, i installed it successfully. The problem which i face is that when i connected my mobile broadband device, ubuntu detects it and i have succesfully made the connection. But the network Manager is showing "disable" Mobile Broadband connection. I tried to put a check on Enable Mobile Broadband but can't check it. So i can't access Internet in ubuntu. I think some offline package installation should be there to resolve the problem, or some console commands. I tried to use the (wvdial) which i use at Backtrack. but i think ubuntu did not have.
I'm having problems with my mobile connection. This has been working fine for months, but in the past few days it has connected OK, I've been able to transfer data, but after 30s the connection closes. Setup is Acer AA1 with F12 connecting via bluetooth to Nokia 3110c on O2.
So to try and figure out what's happening I put the bluetooth dongle in my desktop PC, also running F12, made a connection and again it dropped out after 30s. Then I fired up windows on the AA1 and made a connection using the same dongle, this time it held up OK. This leads me to think that something has changed recently in F12 to upset it.
In the last week I have noticed that sometimes my Mobile Broadband connection just goes off without me doing anything! I have credit on the dongle account, so it isn't that. I'm using fedora 14 on an acer aspire one netbook. Dongle is a Huawei E160 on o2 here in the UK Kernel is 22.214.171.124-83.i686.fc14
Sometimes unplugging and replugging the usb dongle works. Othertimes, I have to leave it out for several hours. It does seem to happen daily, though.
I just installed Ubuntu a few days ago and am loving it so far. There is, however, one huge problem which is spoiling all my fun: I can't access my gmail.
I'm using a Huawei E220 USB modem with T-Mobile UK. Plugged it in and was very impressed when I could set up my connection with minimal fuss. When I try to load gmail though, I get stuck with the statusbar saying 'Waiting for www.google.com...'. All other sites work fine (including google.com), and I don't get this problem when connecting though the Web 'n' Walk software in Windows XP. Has anyone got any ideas on how I can start working this out?
does anyone of you use a hauweii e160 usb mobile broadband connection? in ubuntu 9.10 it worked, but now (10.04), after the remove of /proc/bus/usbfs it wont't get recogniced as an internet-device.why should i make a symlink from kernel/debug to /proc/bus/usb/devices
I'm using Mobile Broadband Connection (Huawei 180), When I plugin my RJ45 Ethernet cable, my Broadband connection is no more. I have no access to Internet. why it happens and How can i establish both connections @ once..?
I just installed Fedora 11 (excellent work by the Fedora team!) and got my Verizon mobile USB CDMA device working after some file modifications (easily found via searching).
I have to click the network icon in the task bar, and select "Auto Mobile Broadband (CDMA) Connection" to get it to connect though. It then shows up via "ifconfig" as ppp0 and all is good.
But how do I get this to auto-start when the system reboots? It doesn't show up in the network manager, and I'm not even sure how to use command-line to start up the CDMA connection! I only can do it via clicking that icon.
I am having problems with my 3 dongle- when I connect it to my netbook it flashes green so it detects a 3G network. However there is nothing in network manager enabling me to choose the mobile broadband so I can't use it. I know there should be an entry "mobile broadband" after the wireless networks listed.
I know the dongle works because I have previously used it successfully- I was using Linux Mint 8 and have now updated to version 9 and when I have tried to use it have been unable to do so.
I have gone into the connections and my 3 connection is present but there is no way for me to select it in network manager.
I just want to tell everyone how good the Garmin/Asus A10 mobile phone is as an internet modem.I am in Australia and Mobile internet is an expensive thing to have. cheapest is dodo but i had a few problems trying out a friends usb modem.Anyway i was in the market for a Gps phone and discover this one. it is Android phone and pretty cheap so far it is very good gps, camera, mp3, and phone is excellent.BUT here is the clincher. when you plug it into the computer, the phone screen lights up and gives you 3 options.
I have successfully configured my Mobile Broadband (USB 3G/HSDPA modem) via NetworkManager.Both SmartBro & Globe Tattoo, (these are both providers in the Philippines) connect successfully to their respective networks but my observation is the connection is slow if we are to benchmark these connections running on M$ Windows.
Is there any tweak available to enable the connection speed to improve? I know that there are other factors that affect the connection such as the signal and PC speed. I am currently using a brand new Intel Atom netbook.
When using a Verizon UM150 aircard, it is quickly recognized in Ubuntu 10.04. It installs and connects quickly and seamlessly. After anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes it disconnects and then disappears from the network manager. To reconnect I have to exit and reboot into Ubuntu. I suspect that there is a conflicting driver that needs to be blacklisted.
I'm setting up a computer with xUbuntu installed and wan't to run it as a PPtP VPN server.
I'm using a mobile broadband for internet connection, with DynDNS wich updates the host with public IP-address.
I've managed to set up the connections and installed the needed packages. The problem appears when I connect to the VPN server through another computer;
When I get connected to the VPN server the remote computer recieves an IP-address from the server (xUbuntu) wich is great! But the server changes prefered network, from the mobile broadband to the wired network wich results in the remote computer losing it's connection to the server.
I have a Samsung C5212 mobile. I use it this as mobile broadband modem in Ubuntu 10.04 without any problems. But in maverick I am not able to connect it to Internet. I tried both bluetooth and data cable. Both fails I googled about the problem and got command nmcli. But gives an error message