ANYDATA E100A DRIVERMarch 7, 2020
This is probably a bug in the mobile broadband provider info. Sorry, I have misread the command name. So I suspect the issue is the modem simply hasn’t had enough time to fully register on the network yet. When I insert the modem: Comment 9 Vassily Gavrilyak
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Comment 26 Dan Williams Often I just need a few of the custom AT commands to google around and find the manual or forum anydatw. Comment 35 Dan Williams Comment 23 Dan Williams In this case because modem-manager only finds one port which is normal for CDMA devices that’s the only port that we can use. Search on forum revelead this: This can also be confirmed using wvdial.
Comment 15 Dan Williams Some modems like these will key the CSS response xnydata the 1X state. Comment 2 Miroslav Pragl I could not reproduce that bug.
I’ll make it possible for plugins to override the CSS request during registration state checking. Sorry, I have misread the command name. Looks like ModemManager tries both serial ports and modem doesn’t like it. Comment 17 Dan Williams Comment 27 Igor Bukanov Comment 16 Dan Williams Here is the anydatta output: Comment 30 Dan Williams CDMA modems usually only have one AT-capable port, and the other ports use a Qualcomm proprietary “diagnostic mode” that is not well documented or reverse-engineered.
Comment 29 Igor Bukanov Comment 37 Dan Williams Just to clarify what you said here: Description Miroslav Pragl NetworkManager Show other bugs.
Anydata Ea Driver – programms-delivery
I guess they corresponds to two USB ports that the modem provides. In particularly, wvdialconf generates the following wvdial.
Comment 1 Dan Williams CHAP authentication succeeded Jan 20 If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report. I18n Compiled on Jul 26 What other information do you need? Comment 44 Dan Williams