[PATCH] altair-lte: update PCO to handle latest VZW deployment
thieule at chromium.org
Fri Jun 6 12:29:34 PDT 2014
On Fri, Jun 6, 2014 at 10:30 AM, Dan Williams <dcbw at redhat.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 2014-06-05 at 17:49 -0700, Thieu Le wrote:
>> Update PCO handling code such that it conforms to the latest VZW network
>> behavior. This includes updating the way we mark a SIM as provisioned.
>> In the old network, only provisioned SIMs can attach to the network.
>> Now, unprovisioned SIMs can attach and connect to the network.
> I forget where we landed long ago on the hardcoded CIDs, but are we
> always guaranteed that on any Altair device, that the IMS and internet
> CIDs will always be 1 and 3? Or is this a Verizon-ism? (it does seem
> like a Verizon-ism; are we cool with that and we just fix it later
> if/when some Altair devices can be used on other networks?)
> Comments below...
For now, the Altair device is currently configured for Verizon and
only Verizon supports PCO. We will fix this once the device supports
other carriers with PCO.
> Won't pco_payload get leaked here? Should probably just leave the
> g_free() alone, and just have the 'break' inside the CID check.
Eek! Good catch.
> Any idea if this will this be the case for other operators too?
Unfortunately, I'm not sure about the other operators.
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