On Thu, 2011-08-25 at 17:02 -0500, Dan Williams wrote:
> On Fri, 2011-08-26 at 03:12 +0530, elison niven gmail com
> > On Fri, Aug 26, 2011 at 1:54 AM, Dan Williams <dcbw redhat com
> > On Sun, 2011-08-21 at 01:50 +0530, elison niven gmail com
> > wrote:
> > > Hi list,
> > >
> > > I had called my Mobile broadband provider Reliance to file a
> > complaint
> > > against the speed issues I am having with my internet
> > connection. I am
> > > having a 3.1 Mbps connection but end up getting about 0.1
> > Mbps at
> > > times.
> > Could be the device, or it could be that a ton of people are
> > in your
> > sector/tower using data at the same time
> > > The first question the customer care guys ask is that in
> > what mode is
> > > your device currently connected - High speed or CDMA 1X?
> > > Apparently, Folks at Reliance give away their own dialer to
> > connect to
> > > Internet in Windows and that software shows the current mode
> > of the
> > > connection.
> > >
> > > So I tell the customer care guy that I am using Linux
> > (Fedora 15,
> > > Gnome 3) and I do not know what connection mode is being
> > used. So they
> > > tell me to please check in some other Windows based system.
> > I know it
> > > is insane but one can't argue with a non-tech customer care
> > guy on
> > > such issues. They talk to me as if the problem is in my
> > Linux system -
> > > It is selecting the low speed mode.
> > >
> > > Is there any way to find out which mode is getting selected
> > - 1X or
> > > High speed? The device in use in Huawei EC1260.
> > It should be handled by ModemManager and NetworkManager in
> > Fedora 15
> > already; it appears that MM is not able to find a second port
> > to query
> > for the current access technology (ie EVDO vs. 1X). Here are
> > some steps
> > you can do to help isolate the issue:
> > in a root terminal:
> > 1) mv /usr/sbin/modem-manager /
> > 2) killall -TERM modem-manager
> > 3) /modem-manager --debug
> > 4) connect, wait 30 seconds or so, and copy the output from
> > the terminal
> > running modem-manager into a reply to this mail
> > To get back:
> > 1) Ctrl+C to kill modem-manager
> > 2) mv /modem-manager /usr/sbin/modem-manager
> > and you should be good.
> > Dan
> > > Can I send some AT commands to ttyUSB0 to check? Could you
> > please help
> > > me with this?
> > >
> > > Also I do not get a signal strength indication in the
> > NetworkManager
> > > icon. I get four bars but no color. Is this by design?
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > Elison
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> > Hi,
> > I work at a city 100 Km from my home and face the problem at home
> > only. I go home only on weekends so will send you the output this
> > weekend.
> > Can I just replace the binary modem-manager with a simple script and
> > rename it to modem-manager?
> > 0) cd /usr/sbin
> > 1) mv modem-manager orig.modem-manager
> > 2) Create a script /usr/sbin/modem-manager :
> > #!/bin/bash
> > ./orig.modem-manager --debug $* > /home/username/modem.log
> Sure, that works too.