Modemy iPlus. Który zgodny z Debianem?


(system) #1

Witam. Mam nadzieję że dobrze dobrałem nazwę tematu.

Teraz do rzeczy.

Nie długo chcę kupić modem z iPlus. Który będzie w 100% działał w Debian? Może inaczej z którym może być najmniej problemów? Nie mam nikogo w okolicy który by mi pożyczył sprzęt. W grę wchodzą też modemy expres card 32. Jeżeli posiadasz modem i działa proszę napisz o nim opinię :).


(ra-v) #2

USB ZTE MF636, ale niestety we Fedorze.

Jedna z metod, przez usb_modeswitch niby można połączyć się przy pomocy modemów (szybki zrzut pliku konfiguracji, sorki za śmieci):

# They are optional, but I recommend to provide them for better analysis.

# * SonyMode <0/1> -O

# Some Sony-Ericsson devices can be switched by a special control

# Option GlobeSurfer Icon (aka "Vodafone EasyBox")

# The message SHOULD be the same for all Option devices

# Option GlobeSurfer Icon 7.2 

# Option GlobeTrotter GT MAX 3.6 (aka "T-Mobile Web'n'walk Card Compact II")

# Option GlobeTrotter GT MAX "7.2 Ready"

# Option GlobeTrotter EXPRESS 7.2 (aka "T-Mobile wnw Express II")

# Option GlobeSurfer Icon 7.2, new firmware (HSO driver)

# class does. Most new Option devices work with this. Just adapt IDs!

# Option iCON 210

# Option iCON 225 HSDPA

# Option GlobeTrotter HSUPA Modem (aka "T-Mobile Web'n'walk Card Compact III')

# Option iCON 401

# Vodafone K3760 (made by Option, HSO driver) 

# AT&T USBConnect Quicksilver (made by Option, HSO driver)

# Two options: 1. removal of "usb-storage" 2. the special control

# ZTE MF620 (aka "Onda MH600HS")

# ZTE MF622 (aka "Onda MDC502HS")

# ZTE MF622 (probably different version)

# Contributor: Pedro Algarvio

# ZTE MF628

# ZTE MF628+ (tested version from Telia / Sweden)

# ZTE MF626

# ZTE MF633

# ZTE MF636 (aka "Telstra / BigPond 7.2 Mobile Card")

# ZTE MF638 (aka "Onda MDC525UP")

# ZTE AC8710

# ZTE AC2710 (EVDO) 

# ZTE 6535-Z

# ONDA MT503HS (most likely a ZTE model)

# ONDA MT505UP (most likely a ZTE model)

# This ID gets an "Option" treatment by newer kernels.

# Use module option "option_zero_cd=2" with usb-storage.

# Sony Ericsson MD400

;SonyMode=1

# LG LDU-1900D EV-DO (Rev. A)

# Samsung SGH-Z810 USB (with microSD card)

# This ID gets an "Option" treatment by newer kernels.

# Use module option "option_zero_cd=2" with usb-storage.

# Afterwards (optional): "usb_modeswitch -v 0x1f28 -p 0x0020 -R"

# Samsung U209

# The "option" driver may bind to it out of the box

# ZTE K3520-Z

[rafalh@localhost fbk]$ cat /etc/usb_modeswitch.conf | grep -iE "(zte|option|huwaei|mobidata|samsung|lg|sony|novatel|onda)"

# They are optional, but I recommend to provide them for better analysis.

# * SonyMode <0/1> -O

# Some Sony-Ericsson devices can be switched by a special control

# Option GlobeSurfer Icon (aka "Vodafone EasyBox")

# The message SHOULD be the same for all Option devices

# Option GlobeSurfer Icon 7.2 

# Option GlobeTrotter GT MAX 3.6 (aka "T-Mobile Web'n'walk Card Compact II")

# Option GlobeTrotter GT MAX "7.2 Ready"

# Option GlobeTrotter EXPRESS 7.2 (aka "T-Mobile wnw Express II")

# Option GlobeSurfer Icon 7.2, new firmware (HSO driver)

# class does. Most new Option devices work with this. Just adapt IDs!

# Option iCON 210

# Option iCON 225 HSDPA

# Option GlobeTrotter HSUPA Modem (aka "T-Mobile Web'n'walk Card Compact III')

# Option iCON 401

# Vodafone K3760 (made by Option, HSO driver) 

# AT&T USBConnect Quicksilver (made by Option, HSO driver)

# Two options: 1. removal of "usb-storage" 2. the special control

# ZTE MF620 (aka "Onda MH600HS")

# ZTE MF622 (aka "Onda MDC502HS")

# ZTE MF622 (probably different version)

# Contributor: Pedro Algarvio

# ZTE MF628

# ZTE MF628+ (tested version from Telia / Sweden)

# ZTE MF626

# ZTE MF633

# ZTE MF636 (aka "Telstra / BigPond 7.2 Mobile Card")

# ZTE MF638 (aka "Onda MDC525UP")

# ZTE AC8710

# ZTE AC2710 (EVDO) 

# ZTE 6535-Z

# ONDA MT503HS (most likely a ZTE model)

# ONDA MT505UP (most likely a ZTE model)

# Novatel Wireless Ovation MC950D HSUPA

# Novatel Wireless Merlin XU950D

# Novatel Wireless Ovation 930D

# Novatel U727 USB modem

# Novatel MC990D

# Novatel U760 USB modem

# This ID gets an "Option" treatment by newer kernels.

# Use module option "option_zero_cd=2" with usb-storage.

# Sony Ericsson MD400

;SonyMode=1

# LG LDU-1900D EV-DO (Rev. A)

# Samsung SGH-Z810 USB (with microSD card)

# This ID gets an "Option" treatment by newer kernels.

# Use module option "option_zero_cd=2" with usb-storage.

# MobiData MBD-200HU 

# Afterwards (optional): "usb_modeswitch -v 0x1f28 -p 0x0020 -R"

# Samsung U209

# The "option" driver may bind to it out of the box

# ZTE K3520-Z

# MobiData MBD-200HU 

[rafalh@localhost fbk]$ cat /etc/usb_modeswitch.conf | grep -iE "(zte|option|huawei|mobidata|samsung|lg|sony|novatel|onda)"

# They are optional, but I recommend to provide them for better analysis.

# * HuaweiMode <0/1> -H

# Some Huawei devices can be switched by a special control

# * SonyMode <0/1> -O

# Some Sony-Ericsson devices can be switched by a special control

# Option GlobeSurfer Icon (aka "Vodafone EasyBox")

# The message SHOULD be the same for all Option devices

# Option GlobeSurfer Icon 7.2 

# Option GlobeTrotter GT MAX 3.6 (aka "T-Mobile Web'n'walk Card Compact II")

# Option GlobeTrotter GT MAX "7.2 Ready"

# Option GlobeTrotter EXPRESS 7.2 (aka "T-Mobile wnw Express II")

# Option GlobeSurfer Icon 7.2, new firmware (HSO driver)

# class does. Most new Option devices work with this. Just adapt IDs!

# Option iCON 210

# Option iCON 225 HSDPA

# Option GlobeTrotter HSUPA Modem (aka "T-Mobile Web'n'walk Card Compact III')

# Option iCON 401

# Vodafone K3760 (made by Option, HSO driver) 

# AT&T USBConnect Quicksilver (made by Option, HSO driver)

# Huawei E220 (aka "Vodafone EasyBox II", aka "T-Mobile wnw Box Micro")

# Huawei E230

# Huawei E270

# Huawei E870

# and probably most other Huawei devices (just adapt product ID)

# Two options: 1. removal of "usb-storage" 2. the special control

;HuaweiMode=1

# Huawei E169

;HuaweiMode=1

# Huawei E180

;HuaweiMode=1

# Huawei E630

# You might also try to use the Huawei sequence with it

# ZTE MF620 (aka "Onda MH600HS")

# ZTE MF622 (aka "Onda MDC502HS")

# ZTE MF622 (probably different version)

# Contributor: Pedro Algarvio

# ZTE MF628

# ZTE MF628+ (tested version from Telia / Sweden)

# ZTE MF626

# ZTE MF633

# ZTE MF636 (aka "Telstra / BigPond 7.2 Mobile Card")

# ZTE MF638 (aka "Onda MDC525UP")

# ZTE AC8710

# ZTE AC2710 (EVDO) 

# ZTE 6535-Z

# ONDA MT503HS (most likely a ZTE model)

# ONDA MT505UP (most likely a ZTE model)

# Novatel Wireless Ovation MC950D HSUPA

# Novatel Wireless Merlin XU950D

# Novatel Wireless Ovation 930D

# Novatel U727 USB modem

# Novatel MC990D

# Novatel U760 USB modem

# This ID gets an "Option" treatment by newer kernels.

# Use module option "option_zero_cd=2" with usb-storage.

# Sony Ericsson MD400

;SonyMode=1

# LG LDU-1900D EV-DO (Rev. A)

# Samsung SGH-Z810 USB (with microSD card)

# This ID gets an "Option" treatment by newer kernels.

# Use module option "option_zero_cd=2" with usb-storage.

# MobiData MBD-200HU 

# Afterwards (optional): "usb_modeswitch -v 0x1f28 -p 0x0020 -R"

# Samsung U209

# Huawei E1692

;HuaweiMode=1

# Huawei E270+ (HSPA+ modem)

# The "option" driver may bind to it out of the box

# Huawei's software on Windows uses the card in "NDIS mode"

# Huawei E1550

# ZTE K3520-Z

# MobiData MBD-200HU

(mati75) #3

Potwierdzam na testowym i niestabilnym debianie działa bo sam używam.


(roobal) #4

Tutaj można znaleźć więcej informacji o tym modemie http://newbie.linux.pl/forum/viewtopic.php?id=14575 :wink:

Pozdrawiam!


(foreste) #5

Modem huawei E 160 dobrze chodzi na linux ;D