[ubuntu-my] 3G Connection using SE K800i
Ong hean kuan
mysurface at gmail.com
Fri Jan 19 13:47:03 GMT 2007
On 1/19/07, Eric Yeoh <ericyeoh at streamyx.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I use Maxis' 3G service via my trusty Sony Ericsson K800i.
> I managed to make it work with Ubuntu 6.10 and here is how:
> Donwload and install KPPP. For some reason the Gnome PPP Dialer doesn't
> Run KPP then goto Configure. On the KPPP Configuration Dialog Box, select
> the Accounts tab click New and select the Manual Setup method.
> Give it any Connection Name (e.g. Maxis-3G)
> Then click on the Add button and enter the phone number as *99# (Nte I am
> using Maxis, so this is the number I use).
> Once you are back on the KPPP Configuration Dialog box, select the Modems
> tab and click on New.
> Give it a name (e.g. SEK800i) and on the Modem device drop down box, select
> /dev/ttyACM0 then click on OK.
> That's essentially abt it.
> Now I can use my 3G connection on my laptop and desktop easily.
> Hope this helped.
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