Hi !I can not use my 3g modem Olicard 155 from Olivetti because it is not detected in CentOS 6 (64 bits).I installed usb-modeswitch.I added a rule to /etc/udev/rules.d/ . I... [by wighou]
I am using modem for sending sms which has 15 ports. I want to make udev rule to give device name "AMPM" and to be detected on Port ttyusb 0-15 only. So I created 10-modem.rules in /etc/udev/rules.d/ directory. Its Contents are as follows.
I've posted this before and searched for the solution but still nothing.
I'm using a Lenovo G570 laptop installed with Ubuntu Precise Pangolin 12.04 64-bit beta2. The wireless modem that I use, Capitel CDMA EVDO 3G modem (device id - 1c9e:9e00) does not get detected in 12.04. Hence I cannot configure it from Network Manager.
I have Micromax 3G modem, and i inserted it in the USB port, but it is not being detected by Ubuntu 12.04, that i'm using from a Live USB. I tried creating a mobile internet connection, however, eventhough i created it, there is no option to connect. I had previously used 11.10 Ubuntu, and it had automatically detected the datastick modem and asked me to create a connection.
When I connect my 3G USB Modem to my laptop with 12.04, nothing shows up in Network-Manager. I tried method explained in 143989, but nothing worked out. My usb modem is being detected as USB MMC storage, similar to situation in that thread. Both option 1 (creating script) and connecting through wvdial has failed.