I am running easy peasy on an Acer Aspire ONE, using a 3 mobile modem, it kicks my connection on a regular basis and does it completely at random, any clues as to the problem
on 10/27/2009 – Made popular on 10/27/2009
Hi,I have a 9 year old Acer Aspire 1362LC laptop which works fine with Crunchbang 32 stable except the 3G.I upgraded to the 3.2 kernel and all the other packages as my modem would not connect at all with kernel 2.6.I can now connect but if i open iceweasel the network connection is lost and i have to remove the USB modem and insert it again to make a connection.So basically it is unuseable.3G work
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.
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.
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 haven't had a problem with this yet, but today I was online via my wifi connection and then the network center said there was no connection. My modem said I had full bars, and I tried restarting both the modem and the laptop, but nothing. The internet works if I plug in the ethernet cable, but will not pick up the wifi signal.
Okay so i've been successful in setting up ICS in Windows 7 Ultimate (Free FULL copy thanks to MS Program) quite easily for my mobile broadband to be shared out as a wifi. (AKA. Computer hooked into modem ethernet port on back of router and basically used my comp as a modem to share the connection out as wifi to the house. Easy enough.
I have a Claro ZTE MF100 mobile broadband modem. Works on Windows with the installed drivers. A few months ago the exact same device and connection was working on Fedora 17.
Now I have Fedora 18 installed. The modem is recognized, I get an option Mobile Broadband, I turn it on, it shows the Claro connection with its signal strength and below it another option Automobile Broadband.
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