Re: modem-manager fails on Gobi 2000 UMTS card in a Thinkpad W510, error in AT+CMEE

On Tue, 2010-06-01 at 22:04 +0200, Stefan Armbruster wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to enable the builtin Gobi 2000 UMTS card on a Thinkpad W510.
> System is a Ubuntu Lucid 64bit, modem-manager compiled from current git.
> UMTS card's USB-ID: 05c6:9205 (after loading the firmware, 05c6:9204 before)
> When trying to connect, modem-manager sends a CMEE command resulting in
> an error:
> DEBUG: <1275421334.403788> (ttyUSB0): --> 'AT+CMEE=1<CR>'
> DEBUG: <1275421334.415006> (ttyUSB0): <-- '<CR><LF>ERROR<CR><LF>'
> I've followed the debugging procedure from
> In order not to pollute
> the list, the logs are placed on pastebin:
> output:
> modem-manager output: (esp. l. 53f)
> network-manager output:
> I assume the UMTS card is not detected correctly. Can anyone give me
> some hints how to get that stuff running?

You're loading CDMA2000/EVDO firmware on your card, not UMTS/HSPA
firmware.  Chances are, since you're in Germany, you want the UMTS

Unfortunately, you have to figure out from the Windows drivers what
firmware files are for what technology.  There's a text file that
describes what the firmware directory numbers mean, and what provider
they are for thats stored somewhere under the Gobi downloader directory,
which is often stuffed directly onto C:\.


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