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Re: Vodafone Mobile Internet modem

On 01/08/2012 12:48 PM, Scott Ferguson wrote:
Yes. :-/
I'm saving fr charity.


That ^ usually means you're parsing data from the incorrect device


Could you please paste a small sample of the output from:-
# cat /dev/ttyUSB1

Both ttyUSB0 and ttyUSB1 show the errors. Here is the output from cat /dev/ttyUSB1:







The problem might not be the modem:-
Thanks - I'll check that against the usb-modeswitch db entry when I've
had dinner. I've come across different things with modems in Greece in
the past (the ZTE MF627 from 3 was unlockable in the Greek model, ditto
with a Cosmote modem)

Then work out a simple way to test your connection (ppp with debug) so
we can work out where the problem is. (if Andrei hasn't sorted it for
you before then).

That's a K3770 modem (they're an OK modem). It should be 12d1:14d1
before it flips. I don't know what the Z sub-model means.

Some else mentioned the Sagis utility - you could try that - I've used
it in the past and it works very well. Squeeze's NetworkManager is, um,
a fine idea - but far from perfect at handling USB 3G modems.

My personal preference is pon - but kppp and wvdial are good too.

Is this a prepaid modem?
Do you have a PIN set?

It's a contract, I pay a fixed amount each month and have 1Gb data volume. The modem came with the contract.


I really appreciate you taking the time to help me, thanks!

Best regards,
    Panayiotis Karabassis

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