Novatel E371 support

Yegor Yefremov yegorslists at
Fri Mar 28 03:15:07 PDT 2014

On Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 11:07 AM, Bjørn Mork <bjorn at> wrote:
> Yegor Yefremov <yegorslists at> writes:
>> Thanks. The card seems to be working now.
> Great! Can you submit a patch for cdc_ether and qmi_wwan to netdev?

Will do.

>> I could successfully make a
>> simple connection, then run DHCP on wwan0 and make some transactions.
>> Can you see anything alarming in the log below? So far I can see, that
>> IMEI couldn't be read and SMS stuff seems to make trouble. Let me
>> know, if I should provide more data.
> I see that Aleksander is already on to that.
>> My system: Linux buildroot 3.14.0-rc4-12737-gefb78a0-dirty #237 SMP
>> Thu Mar 27 14:34:28 CET 2014 armv7l GNU/Linux
> Hmm, this isn't just an ordinary x86 system :-)
> But I cannot think of any possible problem with that.
>> Jan  1 19:53:14 buildroot ModemManager[996]: <info>  Modem
>> for device at '/sys/devices/ocp.3/47400000.usb/47401400.usb/'
>> successfully created
> And this isn't any ordinary host controller driver either...  I guess
> that could be one thing to look at if this shows any unexpected QMI/USB
> errors.

am335x has two musb interfaces. One of these is connected to a 4-port hub chip.

> But as you point out:  The log looks mostly fine and the important
> stuff works, so I assume that all involved drivers work.
> I must admit that I'm a bit curious now:  You have some sort of omap2
> board with a mini-PCIe slot? Router with LTE builtin?  That's nice.

This is the test system: OnRISC Alekto 2
( It has a built-in
mini-PCIe slot.


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