MS basic connect extensions: 0d3a or 9d3a?
bjorn at mork.no
Mon Sep 10 15:49:33 UTC 2018
Ben Chan <benchan at chromium.org> writes:
> Looks like Microsoft uses inconsistent UUIDs for the same MS basic connect
> Service = MBB_UUID_BASIC_CONNECT_EXT_CONSTANT
> Service UUID = 3d01dcc5-fef5-4d05-9d3a-bef7058e9aaf
> UUID = UUID_BASIC_CONNECT_EXTENSIONS
> UUID Value = 3d01dcc5-fef5-4d05-0d3a-bef7058e9aaf
> I added the extensions based on the PCO CID. Given the close resemblance
> of these two UUIDs, it looks more like a typo in their doc. I tested with
> Fibocom L850, which supports the PCO CID and uses the 9d3a variant.
> Unfortunately, I don't have another modem to compare with.
Well, we can always look it up in the MBIM registry at
Oh, wait, I forgot - no one cares about maintaining that. There's not a
single Intel entry for example, despite their role in the USB-IF. So I
completely understand that Microsoft stopped bothering as well. At
least they have the decency to document their stuff to the public.
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