I am now unable to connect to internet with a huwaei E173s-1.
The modem worked perfectly in 11.04, 11.10 and 12.04 now it gets detected, but cannot be connected at all.
Any help is more than welcome!
An alternative easier solution is to start your modem in windows OS, and configure it to use a hybrid mode. Usually, your vendor includes drivers that work out-of-the-box but only on Windows. For example, Tata-Photon includes a GUI tool that enables you to switch between Photon-Plus, Plug-to-surf and Hybrid-mode. The third option will enable your broadband to work out of the box even on linux without installing wvdial or doing other advanced configurations.
Yes I've had the same problem with two other devices after update 12.10 (worked fine with 12.04).
and the install the old version:
to prevent update to version 0.6.x lock the version in synaptic.
NOTE: Give ubuntu a change to repair, so keep in touch of update of 0.6.x version ;-)
I have manual steps to configure it.
and it will open gedit and paste the following text in it and save the file
7. Now run the following commands
it will again open gedit and you need to paste the following text in it.
change the username and password with your 10 digit MDN number given on the box of datacard. 8. Now Save the file and reboot the computer. After reboot plugin your datacard and wait for 5 to 6 seconds . Now run the following command
you should see something like below after running the above command
Edit /etc/network/interfaces by
sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces in terminal
Conform that file should have following parameters.
Save file reboot system.
There is a bug in ModemManager 0.6.0.0 which comes with Ubuntu 12.10.
You should use ModemManager 184.108.40.206
Install the following packages:
After reboot works the Modem fine.