When I dial my 3g modem, if it fails to connect on the first try, I cannot redial it unless I either:- unplug and replug the modem - un-tick 'enable networking' and then re-ti... [by SamSmith34]
I'm running a Virgin Mobile 3G USB modem in 10.10, and have had no problems setting it up. Kudos devs, for the easy set-up.
One problem I do have is that the modem times out when idle for 10 minutes or so, and after it disconnects, it won't dial out and I have to unplug the device and then replug it in to get it to respond.
I'm using an EVDO usb Modem. It works perfectly fine for few times. But now on wards when ever I try to connect it shows not enabled in status . I tried to enable it by ticking "Enable Mobile Broadband" but still it shows not enabled but that option gets a checked(tick) mark. And when ever I restart my system "Enable Mobile Broadband" option autamatically unchecked. Any help please
Yesterday I installed 12.10 in my Sony Vaio laptop. I have Huwaei E173 3G modem, I simply inserted that modem into USB slot, after a few seconds modem started blinking and activated. I opened network profile and created a new network under 'Mobile broadband' tab everything was automated and I felt awesome, infact I used net for a while.
I have Ubuntu 12.04 and a 4G mobile broadband-modem called, ZTE mf880 ltf usb modem. Every time I loose internet-connection, Ubuntu seem to "loose track" of the modem and I have to pull it out and put it back in again, only to wait for Ubuntu to detect it again.