wireless mobile broadband connection
rayburke30 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 10 03:36:36 UTC 2011
On Wed, Mar 9, 2011 at 5:32 PM, Rena & Richard Jenkins
<richard.jenkins at internode.on.net> wrote:
> On Wed, 9 Mar 2011 15:05:52 +1100
> ray burke <rayburke30 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Can any one help-
>> I am testing out Kubuntu 10.10mm and trying to establish a mobile
>> wireless broadband connection thru a usb modem stick
>> that runs at 7.2mbs, but when I click on Network Management settings
>> the wireless tab is greyed out so cant complete, even
>> when I pug in the wireless modem stick?
> My experience with 'network-manager' ... which is becoming the standard
> program for all sorts of internet connections, is that it does a
> complete scan of the interfaces at start-up. It might be worthwhile to
> test whether installing the usb-dongle at startup allows the modem to
> be connected. You see the modem MAY also be detected as a mass-storage
> device. For whatever reason, greyed-out on the screen means that the
> modem was not detected.
> Try this:
> install the usb-dongle.
> now look over the content of your dmesg (in /var/log/) ... it should
> have a line showing that ONE of the usb ports is connected to a modem
> and it should give the chipset/brand of the dongle.
> Report back to the group on your progress.
> Good luck
> Rena & Richard Jenkins
> Canberra, AUSTRALIA
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I done that and now recognises the usb modem stick , as mobile
broadband tab now shows,
I clicked onto it and it was blank and I presume that I click add and
enter details either
about gsm or hspd(ithinkg) as in win xp pro sp3 dual boot at moment. I
am not sure what details
I put in, so when in k10.10mm I will do a screen copy of this window
and sen to you OK
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