[PC-BSD Testing] Dialup Utility?
M. Warner Losh
imp at bsdimp.com
Mon Sep 6 13:29:24 PDT 2010
In message: <FF754228-C084-4993-AB4A-7682B8457270 at charter.net>
Wilbert Leeper <protagonist at charter.net> writes:
: You might want to start here. http://bsd.vwsoft.com/3g/umts.php
That's a great site to start with. it wasn't vap, but apn that I was
thinking of. We can likely get apn values from the iphone community
that have produced carrier packs for the iphone for non-at&t
carriers. These have the proper apns in them, and we might be able to
leverage that knowledge.
: But other than that try a google search 3g modem command sets. Looks
: to me like they just extended the old AT command set to include
: commands for the 3g stuff.
Yes, that's right. It is a standard AT command set, with extensions.
: On Sep 6, 2010, at 9:45 AM, M. Warner Losh wrote:
: > In message: <BAY143-W717348E66E4F2819FA704AC700 at phx.gbl>
: > Dru Lavigne <drulavigne at sympatico.ca> writes:
: > :
: > :
: > : > The hard part here is that the different modem families have different
: > : > init strings. The third line of the above is specific both to 3G
: > : > modems (the AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP", part of the command) as well as
: > : > specific to my country and carrier (the last bit:
: > : > "internet2.voicestream.com"). Also, the phone number varies between
: > : > carriers and technology used. authname/authkey likely would also need
: > : > to be configurable.
: > : >
: > : > When I setup my modem, the hardest part was finding line 3 above :)
: > :
: > :
: > : How is the finding usually done? e.g. does the provider or the modem
: > : manufacturer usually include this info in their documentation or is
: > : the user required to try their luck with Google? Adding how to find
: > : the required info to this screen's help button would be useful. I
: > : notice some bugs in this screan and will start a separate thread on
: > : those.
: > For me, it was trial and error. There wasn't a table anywhere of
: > these things (I think called VAPs or something similar). But I think
: > if we have the right terminology, we may save people lots of
: > Googling. I could help out with some of that, at least for the
: > current generation of 3G cards. Likely we'll need something different
: > with the 4G stuff, but we won't know that until we get the gear.
: > Warner
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