Shijo.Jose at hughes.com
Tue Aug 15 01:09:30 UTC 2017
To restart MM, I use -
> sudo killall -TERM ModemManager
(I don’t have systemctl on openwrt)
Also, can I have MM detect an already connected (plugged-in) USB modem, instead of waiting for a hotplug event?
Is there way to send AT commands to the modem via MM?
I tired -
mmcli -m 0 --command="E0"
error: command failed: 'GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.ModemManager1.Error.Core.Connected: No AT port available to run command'
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Subject: Re: MBIM_CID_DEVICE_SERVICE_SUBSCRIBE_LIST support
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On 09/08/17 23:28, Jose, Shijo wrote:
>> Is the dbus-daemon running?
> Yes, dbus-daemon is running with the 'system' option. ModemManager process seems to be running too.
> However when I restart ModemManager from the shell per the
> instructions provided in - www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/ModemManager/Debugging/, I see the log message ": <info> ModemManager is shut down)" but the process seems to be running.
You need to disable MM, stop MM, and then manually start it. If you provide the full list of commands you're using I could try to see what the issue is.
>> This is implicit in ModemManager. ModemManager registers for the indications automatically. Which indications are you wanting to monitor?
> I am looking to monitor -
> Solicited and Unsolicited:
> SIM status (MBIM_CID_SUBSCRIBER_READY_STATUS)
> Connection / PDP context information (MBIM_CID_PROVISIONED_CONTEXTS?)
> Registration state (MBIM_REGISTRATION_STATE_INFO) IP configuration
> Packet statistics (MBIM_CID_PACKET_STATISTICS)
> How do I check if ModemManager is receiving these unsolicited events? I did not find a method to do this in the Modem/Manager objects.
I believe MM will receive and use all of those, yes. You can check that by looking at ModemManager debug logs.
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