[OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] comgt: add ncm proto support
sami at olmari.fi
Wed Oct 22 14:18:45 EDT 2014
I wonder would this thread reach most of interested persons, not just
John whom I've talked with plenty :)
I have Huawei e3276, latest openwrt trunk, used kernel 3.14 (ar71xx
target), I have chosen proper drivers and comgt-ncm etc, but for any
reason when wan is set to assumedly proper settings, literally nothing
happends... logread has no new lines etc... I wonder what I miss still
or what is in error :)
config interface 'wan'
option device '/dev/cdc-wdm0' #Tried with and without this
option proto 'wwan'
option apn 'opengate'
Logread shows device is there end regonised, but neither "ifup wan"
nor "etc/init.d/network restart" doesn't make it work, not single line
relating to this comes into log... Any debug I could do or please ask
if additional info needed.
On Thu, Oct 9, 2014 at 5:47 PM, Bjørn Mork <bjorn at mork.no> wrote:
> John Crispin <blogic at openwrt.org> writes:
>> i am currently using a vodafone k5105 which is a huawei rebrand. at
>> 150 euro its very expensive. any other good ones ?
> I find it impossible to recommend any specific modems because important
> firmware features like MBIM depend on both operator branding and
> geographical target area. But I can list the MBIM modems I have:
> - Huawei E367 with MBIM firmware. I have no idea whether this is
> available anywhere in the world today. I know most of the E367s were
> QMI only. That's of course only a firmware issue, but that doesn't
> help much as long as the firmware isn't available.
> - D-Link DWM-156 rev A7. This might be a safer bet on the cheap side.
> I haven't seen any non MBIM variants for that specific revision. But
> I wouldn't be suprised if they exist either, so the usual warnings
> The rest of my MBIM modems are mini-PCIe or m.2, and also very
> - Ericsson H5321gw (with newer firmware), halfsize mini-PCIe
> - Sierra Wireless MC7710 (with newer firmware, depending on cfg),
> fullsize mini-PCIe
> - Sierra Wireless EM7345, m.2 (3042)
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