[OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH 1/2] wwan: Add support for CDC (Huawei 'HiLink') Modems
kubco2 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 24 04:37:22 EST 2016
It is not true. My 3372h may need PIN. It is on me if I disable PIN
verification in modem webif. Only problem is that it is not universal
- I need send http POST request to webif to unlock SIM, instead AT
So maybe someone implement unlocking hilink modems on every start - so
we need PIN.
S pozdravom Jakub Janco
On Wed, Feb 24, 2016 at 7:11 AM, Matti Laakso <malaakso at elisanet.fi> wrote:
>> Subject: Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH 1/2] wwan: Add support for CDC (Huawei
>> 'HiLink') Modems
>> To: malaakso at elisanet.fi; openwrt-devel at lists.openwrt.org
>> CC: blogic at openwrt.org
>> From: br1 at einfach.org
>> Date: Tue, 23 Feb 2016 17:26:33 +0000
>> On 02/23/2016 07:11 AM, Matti Laakso wrote:
>> >> Huawei HiLink ("h" model names) modems just provide a CDC Ethernet
>> >> interface
>> >> where we have to run DHCP to get an IP address (usually in the
>> >> 192.168.8.0
>> >> range). While this may be bad design in general it's sometimes
>> >> necessary to
>> >> support these modems.
>> >> This adds autodetection and handling of these to wwan.
>> >> Tested with Huawei E3030h-1.
>> > Why do you need an extra protocol for these? They work just fine with
>> > the regular DHCP protocol.
>> Hi, sorry I saw this so late... (cc: please).
>> The reason is that I want different types of Modems to work with the
>> same interface configuration, using 'wwan'. E.g. it's configured like
>> this (/etc/config/network):
>> config interface 'umts'
>> option proto wwan
>> option apn internet.eplus.de
>> option metric 4
>> And it will work with PPP, QMI, MBIM, HiLink or whatever modem supported
>> by "wwan" (which are hopefully more and more)... Doesn't that make
>> sense? It would help the user who doesn't want to guess wether QMI works
>> better than PPP for a specific modem and which serial port to use, etc...
> That's a good goal, but I think it's confusing for the user when apn and pin
> options don't work with HiLink modems but do work with all other modems
> handled by wwan.
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