Using ModemManager getting IP but not reflecting to NetworkManager
nikhilvp29 at gmail.com
Mon Sep 14 10:22:16 UTC 2020
Hi Aleksander ,
1) These is a small part of *networkmanager_1.0.10.bb
<http://networkmanager_1.0.10.bb> file *containg modemmanager , need to
change here for linking modemmanager with networkmanager?
PACKAGECONFIG[concheck] = "--with-libsoup=yes,--with-libsoup=no,libsoup-2.4"
PACKAGECONFIG[ppp] = "--enable-ppp,--disable-ppp,ppp,ppp"
2)nmcli d output :-
DEVICE TYPE STATE
wwp0s21f0u5i4 wwan disconnected
Why my connection type is coming as *wwan* ?
but we are giving *nmcli* commands considering as *type gsm *
On Sun, Sep 13, 2020 at 11:23 AM Aleksander Morgado <
aleksander at aleksander.es> wrote:
> Hey Nikhil,
> > We are installing NetworkManager and ModemManager as a package
> while yocto image building .
> > Networkmanager Version :- 1.10.6
> > ModemManager version :- 1.6.4
> > 1) You mean that no need to run mmcli commands manually , when module
> detects networkmanager will automatically take ip from there.
> Yes, that is right. As long as you have NetworkManager running and
> correct settings available, you can just rely on NM/nmcli to bring up
> the connection, no need to touch mmcli for anything.
> > 2) > Are you building NetworkManager with the --with-modem-manager-1
> > > explicit configure option? Can you confirm whether that's the case?
> > > Actually, could you post the output of the configure report when NM is
> > yes. i am building Networkmanager with ModemManager , how to give
> explicit configure option .
> > do you want Networkmanager status report ?
> Check the NetworkManager build output, look for the initial configure
> report, and check if "modemmanager: yes" is being reported.
> And while you're at it, I'd suggest you use a newer MM version as
> well; 1.6.4 is totally unsupported right now. :)
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