Issues with Netgear 340U latest firmware
aleksander at aleksander.es
Thu Aug 14 02:15:51 PDT 2014
On Thu, Aug 14, 2014 at 2:53 AM, Leith Bade <leith at leithalweapon.geek.nz> wrote:
> Is there a way to check what mode a wwan interface is in? Might be
> good to see if it actually changed mode.
In newer firmwares with WDA support, you can check that with qmicli
> It would be nice if qmicli printed a warning message or something if
> you try to start a session on a wwan configured in the wrong mode.
ModemManager already switches the interface mode automatically, so not
applicable to MM. At qmicli level we just try to map the QMI commands,
so I don't think we should be issuing e.g. WDA checks when WDS
connection is requested. The only place I think we could add this
check is in the qmi-network script; although in that case we could
also just request to switch to 802-3 via the CTL command, as
> Took me a while to figure out why my MC7304 was not working until I
> came across a post on this list by chance that only the second of the
> three interfaces will work by default.
> Finally if Sierra took the time to document the different QMI ports
> and their default configurations it would be nice. They have lots of
> good documents on their AT interface, but QMI seems to be a mystery -
> even after getting hold of their 'official' Linux SDKs I am still
> don't really understand the whole QMI thing.
Well, that's because it's not a Sierra thing anymore.
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