Re: Problems with Networkmanager 0.7

I have the 169G which is basically a very similar device with the same command language produced by the same manufacturer, and I have the same problem. The 169G is detected as a Huawei 620

I use a small script file with

echo "AT+COPS=1,2,23420" > /dev/ttyUSB2

to achieve the same result.  "23420" is the network number for 3 UK.

After using this command the modem switches from green flashing (GSM) to Blue Flashing (3G) , and network manager can dial and connect.

To find the network number i use minicom with "AT+COPS=?" which returns a list of available networks.

On 13 Oct 2008, at 19:36, Dan Williams wrote:

On Mon, 2008-10-13 at 10:42 +0800, Ronald Wiplinger (Lists) wrote:
Ronald Wiplinger (Lists) wrote:
The latest version worked for me, but stopped working.

I think I found a way that it works.
I have to use first wvdial hspda, which gets my E220 to flash (slow) in
blue and then the Network manager can connect.

I tested this way several times on two different notebooks and it worked
each time.

Is there a special AT command that the modem needs to be put into data
mode or something?  Could you paste the wvdial config (ie, modem init
strings) into a reply?

Tambet: you've got an E220, right?




I got a message entry (I agree with it, it is true ;-)  ):

/home/adamm/git/ubuntu-hardy/debian/buld/custom-source-eeepc/ drivers/hid/usbhid/hid-core.c:
event field not found

There is not even a /home/adamm on my system ;-)

Another questions:

1. How can I switch back to a previous (working) version?
On one of my EeePCs the user accidently upgraded, now he cannot connect
anymore. Would be great if there would be a way to switch back.

2. I would need following configuration, how can I set this up:
Connect via EeePC to the Internet, and because there is no Wireless lan
provide wireless connection to other notebooks in that area.



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