[PATCH] huawei: ignore ^DSDORMANT unsolicited messages
mrkiko.rs at gmail.com
Tue Aug 27 23:36:14 PDT 2013
Interesting!!! :) Does this concept exist on 3G/UMTS/HSPA(+) ? I'm sure some
modems are doing this in some way, but don't know if it's a different thing,
might be handled in some way by software.
How can I detect if a zte or huawei modem (I ask about these two because I have
them) supports dormancy? Note that I'm taling about 3G/UMTS/HSPA(+) modems, not
On Tue, 27 Aug 2013, Dan Williams wrote:
==Date: Tue, 27 Aug 2013 13:20:08 -0500
==From: Dan Williams <dcbw at redhat.com>
==To: Ben Chan <benchan at chromium.org>
==Cc: "modemmanager-devel at lists.freedesktop.org"
== <modemmanager-devel at lists.freedesktop.org>,
== Aleksander Morgado <aleksander at lanedo.com>
==Subject: Re: [PATCH] huawei: ignore ^DSDORMANT unsolicited messages
==On Tue, 2013-08-27 at 10:28 -0700, Ben Chan wrote:
==> > At some point though, we'll probably want an 'active' property on the
==> > bearer which follows the dormancy. You'll see that on a lot of phones
==> > at least, where the icon changes depending on whether the data
==> > connection is dormant or not.
==> > Dan
==> That makes sense. Does the dormancy only apply modems supporting both voice
==> and data? As we discussed in another thread regarding the regex for
==> ignoring unsolicited messages, we can later re-wire the dsdormant regex to
==> update the bearer property when needed.
==AFAIK dormancy applies to modems that supports data bearers. At least
==in EVDO, the terminal is in dormant state when resources exist for the
==bearer (eg addresses, network side tunnels, etc), but the traffic
==channel is not actually in-use because no data is being sent or
==received. QMI has a WDS event indication for dormancy, Huawei modems
==have indications for it, and I've seen other command sets that have this
==indication as well.
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