i just got a USB-modem Huawei E392. I am running Ubuntu 12.04. When i plug the usb modem into my laptop nothing happens. It is detected as GSM Modem/Networkcard, when i run the "lsusb" command in a terminal. It is shown in Network connections as HUAWEI-E5172-ACA4, under the wireless tab. But i'm not shure if it is my usb-modem.
modem- huawei e156g
mobile sim- bsnl 3g punjab
problem is that when i connect my modem on usb it will detected in mobile brodband
connection manager as huawei brodband huawei mobile after that i will also fill the proper apn(bsnlnet) and no(*99#) and username(bsnlnet)Password is blank but when i connect it will prompt me for a passwo
After upgrading to 14.1 RC1 my Huawei E160E USB modem fails to connect using NetworkManager.
Inspection of the output from dmesg shows this:
NetworkManager: <info> (cdc-wdm0): device state change: prepare -> failed (reason 'gsm-registration-timeout') [40 120 32]
I have restored my ability to connect by reverting to:
Recently I bought a huawei e303c modem . It works perfectly in windows 7. While using in Ubuntu it is not detected or recognised even after installing drivers successfully. I followed the instructions from the guide (cant attach). But still no recognition.. Also the huawei mobile is coming under wired connection and is faded (not highlighted). Wat should i do to fix this.. ??? please help
I have an Acer Aspire 4736Z running Ubuntu 9.10 dual boot with Windows XP (for work). Ubuntu recongnizes the modem but it won't connect. I've searched the Linux forums for help but most are too technical for me. I've been using Ubuntu for about 3 years now, but haven't really gotten into scripting and making changes to configuration files.