Sierra Wireless EM7455
bjorn at mork.no
Wed Jun 1 08:31:17 UTC 2016
Ralph Plawetzki <ralph at purejava.org> writes:
> Hi Bjørn,
> thanks for your quick reply!
> A long shot sounds good :)
> Am 01.06.2016 um 09:25 schrieb Bjørn Mork:
>> So that looks good. It returns NoEffect, but I assume that is because
>> you've already sent the command.
>> Resetting MC7455 ... ok
> Thanks for the exact directions!
> [root at six tmp]# ./usbreset 1199:9079
> Resetting Sierra Wireless EM7455 Qualcomm Snapdragon X7 LTE-A ... ok
> [root at six tmp]#
> That looks good.
>> you will have to reconnect. Does it make any difference?
> I tried to connect via network manager right away. First time without
> issueing a --dms-set-fcc-authentication first, this leads to an unknown
> error http://pastebin.com/bx3LRCJZ
> After that I issued the --dms-set-fcc-authentication
> (http://pastebin.com/4QLVFMdj) and tried to connect again with the same
> unknown error http://pastebin.com/gK9ucFAC
That's unexpected. This isn't going to be easy :(
Wild guessing now. Maybe the network/modem/MM don't like that you didn't
disconnect first? You could try a full reset, followed by the same USB
reset and *then* fcc-auth + connect. But I don't know what you have to
do to achieve a full modem reset. Maybe "mmcli -m X -r" (replacing X
with the modem index) will do? Or maybe you can do it with rfkill? Or
maybe you have to reboot the laptop?
In any case, the theory is:
1. Get the modem into a clean initial state
2. USB reset
3. FCC auth
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