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comment Is there a way to automatically detect the 3G port without using wvdialconfig every time?
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comment Is there a way to automatically detect the 3G port without using wvdialconfig every time?
Can you give me an example??
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comment Is there a way to automatically detect the 3G port without using wvdialconfig every time?
I use 10.04(server version). Can you give a common way to do that?
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comment Is there a way to automatically detect the 3G port without using wvdialconfig every time?
There is not such command nmcli.
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comment Is there a way to automatically detect the 3G port without using wvdialconfig every time?
Thanks for your reply。actually,after run the wvdialconf ,the right device is already written into the wvdialconf.conf.
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comment Is there a way to automatically detect the 3G port without using wvdialconfig every time?
After switch process, I run wvdialconf then it will scan and find the right device and write it to the /etc/wvdial.conf file, after that, i run wvdial to dial. @shantanu
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comment Is there a way to automatically detect the 3G port without using wvdialconfig every time?
@shantanu Do you mean use network-manager applet to set connect automatically to achieve that? i think it should be work,but my working environment is a pure command line interface and no graphic desktop installed, so i choose wvdial for connecting. Is there a way in CLI?
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which Ubuntu version you try to install? @MaSc
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