[OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH 1/2] wwan: Add support for CDC (Huawei 'HiLink') Modems
br1 at einfach.org
Tue Feb 23 12:35:57 EST 2016
On 02/23/2016 07:54 AM, John Crispin wrote:
> On 23/02/2016 08:47, Torbjorn Jansson wrote:
>> FYI the hilink modem i have (E3372) only works if you visit one of the
>> pages on the usb sticks built in web server.
>> if you don't visit this page the stick never connects.
>> i have not yet found a good solution to this problem.
We have only been testing with E303 and we had one of them, which got
plugged into a Windows machine. After that it didn't want to autoconnect
any more, until we did a "restore factory defaults" or "reset" on it's
web server. After that it worked fine again.
> that is what i thought. i had the idea that we could build a http client
> to do this but that is a really ugly hack.
Well, HiLink is a pretty ugly design in any case. E.g. you will run into
problems when you want to use 192.168.8.0/24 yourself on another
interface. Problem is that some have these sticks and want to use them.
If really necessary, this "hilink protocol" could be the place to add
these ugly hacks...
> however reading that 3 people talk to the stick in a different manner
> makes me wonder if there is more than 1 type of hilink modem ?
Thats certainly possible, allthough I'd be interested if the "reset" as
described above helps. And we all do DHCP or use an IP from the
192.168.8.0/24 range, no?
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