Re: Issue with Indian Datacard

It looks like I found one solution which is atleast working for me.

step 1. comment line
from /etc/ppp/option/wvdial

step 2: modified wvdial.conf (which is generated by networkmanager wizard) and replaced with following
[Dialer bsnlnet]
Modem Type = Analog Modem
Phone = *99#
ISDN = 0
Baud = 460800
Username = " "
Password = " "
Modem = /dev/ttyUSB3
Init1 = ATZ
Init2 = at+cgdcont=1,"ip","bsnlnet"
Stupid Mode = 1

step3: in terminal logged as root and stop NetworkManager service and start network service
#service NetworkManager stop
#service network start

Reason for stopping networkmanager is service unable to find resolve.conf which is found properly by network service.

step 4: run from prompt following commands
#wvdial bsnlnet

and is started perfectly. Still I wish their has to be some fixes in NetworkManager so it will work perfectly for Indian broadband connection.

With Regards,
Manish S Runwal

From: Aleksander Morgado <aleksander lanedo com>
To: Manish S Runwal <m_runwal yahoo com>
Cc: "jklimes redhat com" <jklimes redhat com>; "networkmanager-list gnome org" <networkmanager-list gnome org>
Sent: Wednesday, 22 June 2011 9:00 PM
Subject: Re: Issue with Indian Datacard

On Wed, 2011-06-22 at 08:21 -0700, Manish S Runwal wrote:
> Sorry to bother you. But I am deadly looking for solution for it.

Your modem-manager debug logs show that you get NO CARRIER errors when
trying to connect:
(ttyUSB3): --> 'ATD*99***1#<CR>'
(ttyUSB3): <-- '<CR><LF>NO CARRIER<CR><LF>'
(ttyUSB3): --> 'AT+CEER<CR>'
(ttyUSB3): <-- '<CR><LF>+CEER: Requested service option not

You sure you have the proper Operator/APN setup?



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