MC7710 "forgetting" RAT
Martin.Anderseck at ni.com
Tue Feb 4 02:52:47 PST 2014
Aleksander Morgado <aleksander at aleksander.es> wrote on 04.02.2014
> Weird, it keeps saying "registration_state =
> 'not-registered-searching'". Can you run "mmcli -m 0 --3gpp-scan"?
-> error: couldn't scan networks in the modem: 'Zeitüberschreitung wurde
(timeout was reached)
In the second trial it lists me 10 networks. This 'Zeitüberschreitung
wurde erreicht' is also the error that I get after simple-connect.
I tried the --set-allowed-modes and --set-current-bands flags for mmcli
which you mentioned in your first reply. With the latter one I can set
"any". For other bands I get a QMI protocol error (25):
With --set-allowed-modes=3G or 4G it tells me
error: couldn't set current modes:
change modes: only one combination supported'
Should resetting via mmcli -m 0 -r be supported for the MC7710? It tells
me that it isn't :-S
Are these things that might work --with-newest-qmi?
Unfortunately this problem doesn't look quite systematic (yet). Did you
see a similar behaviour with the MC7710 and did you use the 3.5.24
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