[PATCH] huawei: ignore ^DSDORMANT unsolicited messages

Dan Williams dcbw at redhat.com
Wed Aug 28 05:09:42 PDT 2013

On Tue, 2013-08-27 at 21:51 -0700, Ben Chan wrote:
> > 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.
> >
> > Dan
> >
> I noticed that the via and anydata plugin support (and currently
> ignore) unsolicited messages for dormant state update and they both
> seem to be CDMA specific. How about we ignore the dormancy indication
> in the huawei plugin for now and rewire it later when MM bearer
> supports the dormant state?

Yeah, that's perfectly fine as already agreed, sorry if I was unclear on
that.  Was only responding to your question about what modems supported


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