Re: Slow mobile broadband detection

> I'm using a multimode GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSDPA USB key for internet
> access, product ONDA WCDMA Technologies MSM. OS is Ubuntu Natty 11.04
> 64-bit, NetworkManager 0.8.4.
> The device always connects and once connected it works pretty fine,
> the only problem is that it takes some minutes before the dongle is
> recognized. Maybe it's just the standard behavior but looking at the
> log there should be some error along the way, though I'm not a network
> expert and I can be wrong, and maybe NetworkManager is not involved at
> all.
> Here is the log, I'd really appreciate an opinion.
> Notes:
> 1. I noted that opening and closing serial ports takes a lot of time.
> 2. I was able to solve the loop (lines 36 - 41) saying to
> automatically provide the PIN (via nm-applet), but I think it
> shouldn't be necessary to do so.
> I'd be glad to provide further information if needed.

Debug logs would be helpful.

My usual steps to get them in Ubuntu:
$> sudo /etc/init.d/network-manager stop
$> sudo modem-manager --debug
  and in another terminal,
$> sudo NetworkManager --no-daemon --log-level=DEBUG

And now try to reproduce the issue, reconnecting the modem and so. Logs
will go to stdout, so just copy & paste them (and I would attach them as
files in the email, pastebins usually expire). Once you have them, Ctrl
+C in each terminal will stop the debug processes, and then done you can
go back to non-debug:
$> sudo /etc/init.d/network-manager start



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