Here is an url to a screenshot from openSUSE Trying to send message 1 to endpoint 0x Looking for active driver Log in Profile View unanswered posts Log in Username: However, neither this program does connect the D modem really on NetworkManager may not yet be able to adequately handle this device.
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In windows modems work good. Using endpoint 0x07 for message sending The time now is Read the section dealing with wvdial and the link they add.
It’s all, modem make a connection and all good except Internet speed. All times are GMT Here is an url to a screenshot from openSUSE There is a lot of errors in ppp: However, neither this program does connect the D modem really on Sending the message returned error Results 1 to 3 of 3.
Any idea and suggestion how to trobleshoot this further? Found devices in default mode or class 1 Accessing device on bus Tue Jun 05, On the Modem Manager gui: No such device Couldn’t find interface ppp0: Cmtoech may need to treat it as a traditional modem device, and use wvdial, kppp or kinternet dialling utilities instead.
C-motech CNU modems specifications
May be you can help me one more time? I guess the message with the extra “31” inside will set it to cdc mode. Sat Jun 09, 5: Using endpoints 0x07 out and 0x86 in Using endpoints 0x07 out and 0x86 in Inquiring device details; driver will be detached And how to make connection and modeswitch automatically.
At lost i made it, but there is another problem.
C-motech CNU-680 PRO – Modems specifications.
And after rebooting modem i need to write a file ppp. D modem is ready From Login script Debug window: Display posts from previous: The modem can, as you have noticed, be switched into presenting itself as a cdc device by using a different modeswitch message.
Fri Jun 08, Couldn’t find interface ppp0: Ok, so it works well with the cdc-acm driver, I will then add support for it as a cdc device. I wonder what driver OpenWRT are using since you are getting much higher speed there, you can do the same cat cmd or lsusb to see which driver is attached to the stick in OpenWRT. Spend a lot of time trying to use CNU as wan connection.
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