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Re: [opensuse] Using a Vodaphone UMTS stick with Linux/openSUSE
  • From: C <smaug42@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 5 May 2010 22:08:25 +0200
  • Message-id: <g2ie29967881005051308lff64262exac673a8b3c65aca2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 20:51, C <smaug42@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Some minor progress....

I've installed umtsmon.  This app finds the UMTS stick.  It asks for
the PIN and validates against the SIM successfully.  It finds my
provider (Vodaphone)...  Signal strength is shown as well... so that
is all working.

Dialout is still failing though.  The log doesn't provide much beyond
"Terminating on signal 15"  It's attempting to connect ppp0 <-->
/dev/ttyUSB1

OK.. more progress... almost successful :-) The clue is in the error
message... ttyUSB1. The modem is on ttyUSB3... so I started umtsmon
like this

umtsmon -s ttyUSB3

and attempted to connect. This time I did get a brief connection...

--------------------------------
Using interface ppp0
Connect ppp0 <--> /dev/ttyUSB3
CHAP authentication succeeded
CHAP authentication succeeded
Modem hangup
Connection terminated
--------------------------------

Connect log looks like this:
--------------------------------
##P3 t=120: ConnectionBaseClass::chat() start
##P4 t=120: Query sends the following mesage: 'AT&F'
##P4 t=120: answer 1:'AT&F'
##P4 t=120: answer 2:'OK'
##P4 t=120: Query sends the following mesage: 'ATE1'
##P4 t=120: answer 1:'ATE1'
##P4 t=120: answer 2:'OK'
##P4 t=120: Query sends the following mesage:
'AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","web.vodaphone.de"'
##P4 t=120: answer 1:'AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","web.vodaphone.de"'
##P4 t=120: answer 2:'OK'
##P3 t=120: Dial String is: ATD*99***1#
##P4 t=120: Query sends the following mesage: 'ATD*99***1#'
##P4 t=121: answer 1:'ATD*99***1#'
##P4 t=121: answer 2:'CONNECT'
##P3 t=121: ConnectionBaseClass::chat() end with result: 1
##P4 t=121: Assembled PPP string is: 'idle 7200 asyncmap 0 updetach
dump debug debug debug 460800 lock crtscts modem /dev/ttyUSB3 noipx
novj nobsdcomp defaultroute replacedefaultroute usepeerdns user VFD2
password WAP '
##P4 t=121: ConnectionInfo:InhibitionCount ++, now is 2
##P2 t=121: PPPConnection::PPPThread::PPPThread()
##P2 t=121: PPPThread::run, before runCommand
##P3 t=121: INSIDE PARENT, uid=1000, pid=2947
##P3 t=121: INSIDE CHILD, uid=1000, pid=2956
##P3 t=122: TempSerialPort::~TempSerialPort()
##P3 t=122: SerialPort::closeDev() for FD 8
##P2 t=122: thePPPConnection.startConnection() returned without
indicating problems
##P3 t=122: PPPDThread still running
##P2 t=122: ***UIState::update(void), state=6
##P3 t=122: PPPDThread still running
##P3 t=122: ConnectionInfo probe inhibited
##P4 t=122: ConnectionInfo::refreshSignalQuality(void)
##P3 t=122: ConnectionInfo probe inhibited
##P3 t=122: ConnectionInfo probe inhibited
##P3 t=122: ConnectionInfo::refreshPPPStats
##P2 t=122: PPP State changed to present
##P3 t=122: MonthlyTraffic::start(anIsRoaming=0)
##P2 t=122: Profile::Profile('')
##P2 t=122: finally created profile for 'Vodaphone'
##P3 t=123: PPPDThread still running
##P3 t=124: PPPDThread still running
##P3 t=125: PPPDThread still running
##P2 t=125: ***UIState::update(void), state=6
##P3 t=125: PPPDThread still running
##P3 t=125: ConnectionInfo probe inhibited
##P4 t=125: ConnectionInfo::refreshSignalQuality(void)
##P3 t=125: ConnectionInfo probe inhibited
##P3 t=125: ConnectionInfo probe inhibited
##P3 t=125: ConnectionInfo::refreshPPPStats
##P2 t=125: PPP State changed to gone
##P2 t=125: MonthlyTraffic::update detected non-monotonous traffic
statistics. Some traffic bytes not accounted for!
##P3 t=125: previous Sent/Received numbers were: 34, 0
##P3 t=125: MonthlyTraffic::save()
##P2 t=125: PPPThread::run, after runCommand
##P2 t=126: isDone is true
##P3 t=126: ConnectionBaseClass::setNewPPPState state 1 to 4
##P2 t=126: UIState::newConnectionState(4) callback called
##P2 t=126:
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and at this point the modem hangs up... or the connection fails.

C.
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