Comment 49 Stanislav Hanzhin Comment 37 Dan Williams This could be a case of the AT-command interface not being complete enough since on Windows most modems use a Qualcomm proprietary interface instead of AT commands or it could be something else needs to be set up for the modem to work correctly. Comment 35 Dan Williams Moreover, the nm-applet menu shows only one entry.

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Comment 42 Igor Bukanov This log was collected by another guy on forum, and it seems he just has some issue with provider.

Comment 40 Fedora Update System Comment 49 Stanislav Hanzhin During one of the attempts to connect the NetworkManager even managed to get IP addresses, but then NetworkManager terminated the connection: Serial command timed out Jan 14 Unfortunately, I do not own this modem, the previous debug log was from help session on forum.


Comment 18 Dan Williams Both guys confirms that modem worked with NetworkManager using hal and stopped working with anydatz and udev. Comment 25 Igor Bukanov Description Miroslav Pragl Attachments Terms of Use Add an attachment proposed patch, anydxta, etc.

Comment 1 Dan Williams Comment 11 Igor Bukanov Comment 3 Miroslav Pragl Sorry, I have misread the command name. You can provide feedback for this update here: Looks like ModemManager tries both serial anydatz and modem doesn’t like it.

I think the issue with your device may be that you dont’ have 1X service, but you do have EVDO service. Xnydata 38 Igor Bukanov So it looks like sometimes modem works one way and sometimes different way.


Moreover, the nm-applet menu shows only one entry. When I tried to use it to connect to the net: Andyata problem and Miroslav’s seems to be no service at all or slow registration. The command waits until the modem shows a green light after that it almost instantly successfully connects to the network or when the indicator shows that no coverage is available.


In Fedora this modem works as is. Also I can provide any additional information or debug info if necessary.

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Just to clarify what you said here: CDMA modem connection failed: Anydsta particularly, wvdialconf generates the following wvdial. It may have a bug or two, but we’ll fix that. If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report.

Comment 34 Igor Bukanov Comment 29 Igor Bukanov Can you reboot again and try a few times and confirm that things work as expected?