Re: [MM qmi-support] "Set Operating Mode" on shutdown and more..

Den 06. aug. 2012 11:28, skrev Aleksander Morgado:
Is this branch working now with master version of Network manager
including the gnome applet?

Not yet, no. The 'qui-support' branch is to be considered unstable, as
I'm still hacking into it extensively. That branch is then based on git
master, which is more stable, but not integrated yet with NM.
So that means it could only be tested with what it does by itself when
it discovers modems, and by sending dbus messages manually?

More or less, yes. You have the 'mmcli' utility in that branch, though,
so you can skip writing raw dbus-send commands and play with the cli
instead, like this (assuming only one modem connected, so index 0):

Show modem info and status:
  $> mmcli -m 0

Send PIN:
  $> sudo mmcli -i 0 --pin=1234

Enable modem:
  $> sudo mmcli -m 0 -e

  $> sudo mmcli -m 0 --simple-connect="apn=internet"

  $> sudo mmcli -m 0 --simple-disconnect

Disable modem:
  $> sudo mmcli -m 0 -d

And so on, just run this to get a full list of commands available:
  $> mmcli --help-all

Okay, thanks, that looks a lot nicer.

Also note that the 'qmi-support' branch still lacks quite a lot of steps
regarding network registration and connection, so those will fallback to
AT commands instead right now. I hope to have the branch ready for
connections in the following weeks.

Ah, I was unsure if AT commands were required in addition to QMI commands, as I did not see any options to set APN in the libqmi application.

I successfully used these scripts to connect and disconnect without using NM/MM:

They are working fine as a workaround until the full support is ready.


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