I've a modem (Model : ZTE MF193A), in my modem's manual book I see that the modem support 32 bit ubuntu versions 12.04, 12.10,13.04.
After inserting my modem in my laptop, then minimum 15 minute later I can see my modem as a 'CD-ROM" in my ubuntu 14.04 LTS. Then I have installed the modem driver in my ubuntu. But after rebooting my laptop, ubuntu can't recognize my modem.
I have a small network with a modem, a WRT54GL router and my laptop. When I connect my laptop directly to the modem I can access the web interface of the modem by navigating to 192.168.1.1 (this cannot be changed). When I connect my router (192.168.1.2) to the modem and then connect my laptop to the router I can not access the modem any longer.
I have confirmed that I do not have an IP conflict.
hi to all
I love ubuntu and dont want windows anyway
but my big problem is dialup internet
i install a cxt driver for it but its speed is 14.4 and awfull
and force me to use windows to connect to net
please help me if there is a solve for it to full speed modem.
my os is ubuntu 9.04 my modem is cxt
thanks a lot
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