bjorn at mork.no
Fri Apr 27 02:20:02 PDT 2012
"Andrew Bird (Sphere Systems)" <ajb at spheresystems.co.uk> writes:
> The K3565-Z is a standard 3G modem rather than any sort of hotspot
> device, but does offer a pseudo Ethernet mode. Unlike some devices it has no AT
> commands for bringing up the connection in this mode, so I expect qmi to be
> the way to do this. I'm hoping to get this mode working at some point, so if
> there are any procedures you have that would make the device try to establish
> a connection via qmi, I'd be happy to try them out on all the devices I have.
I guess we'll soon see full ModemManager QMI support with the speed
Aleksander, ttuttle and the others are working :-)
But if you want to play with this while waiting, then the attached perl
script should help you on the way. Note that it has lots of well-known
"i-dont-care" bugs, like wanting to write a file to /etc/network/run/.
It was primarily meant for my own testing. But it does illustrate the
sort of minimum QMI commands for starting and stopping a connection.
BTW, I've found that the cdc-wdm device probing isn't entirely correct
either. It should first try to match against USB interface in case the
USB device provides multiple QMI/wwan interfaces. But that shouldn't be
a problem for you.
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