nigel at prayingforisrael.net
Fri Apr 10 04:11:06 UTC 2009
lists at ptfd.org wrote:
> Anyone know how to even begin to get my Verizon rev. A integrated network card
> working? It is a panasonic cf-19.
> I will call verizon and set it up as soon as I know I can get it working with
> Here is the applicable (I think ) dmesg.
> [ 15.097294] usbserial: USB Serial Driver core
> [ 15.162062] usbserial: USB Serial support registered for Sierra USB modem
> [ 15.162161] sierra 4-1:1.0: Sierra USB modem converter detected
> [ 15.163711] usb 4-1: Sierra USB modem converter now attached to ttyUSB0
> [ 15.163942] usb 4-1: Sierra USB modem converter now attached to ttyUSB1
> [ 15.164243] usb 4-1: Sierra USB modem converter now attached to ttyUSB2
> [ 15.164292] usbcore: registered new interface driver sierra
> [ 15.164299] sierra: USB Driver for Sierra Wireless USB modems: v.1.3.2
> Somehow I determined this was an Verizon Wireless EVDO rev. A.
> I have seen alot of stuff on teh google but cant really make sense of it. Is it
> really a modem? that needs to dial? or is it a direct broadband card? Is there
> gui stuff for it? I can do cli but prefer gui (lazy)
> Thanks in advance.
From a terminal do:
'lspci' (without the quotes). This will give you a list; one of which will be obviously your
ethernet card and your wireless card. Then do:
'sudo lshw -C network' (without the quotes). This will give you a list of all your network
interfaces and the drivers associated with them.
Once you know which driver the system is using it should be easier to set up.
If there is no driver associated with the device, then at least you will have some more details
with which to Google.
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