On Mon, Feb 21, 2011 at 11:30 AM, Fredrik Lindberg <f...@shapeshifter.se> wrote:
> On 02/18/2011 01:58 AM, Brandon Gooch wrote:
>>
>> I've recently got my hands on an Option N.V. Globetrotter HSUPA Modem,
>> rev 2.00/0.00, addr 2.
>>
> [...]
>>
>> Also, I tried doing something like this (as per the uhso(4) man page):
>>
>> brandon@x300:~$ sudo cu -l /dev/cuaU2
>> Connected
>> uhso2: failed to set ctrl line state to 0x01: USB_ERR_TIMEOUT
>> uhso2: failed to set ctrl line state to 0x03: USB_ERR_TIMEOUT
>> ޭ���T+CGDCONT=1,,
>> OK
>> uhso1: failed to set ctrl line state to 0x01: USB_ERR_TIMEOUT
>> uhso1: failed to set ctrl line state to 0x03: USB_ERR_TIMEOUT
>> _OWANCALL: 1, 1
>> aޭ��aޭ��Aޭ��Aޭ��Aޭ��Aޭ��Aޭ��Aޭ�ޭ��Aޭ�ޭ��
>>
>> That's where I'm stuck.
>>
>> -Brandon
>>
>
> Hmm. Not sure whats going on here.
> Could you try the other serial ports (except the diagnostic one) with
> cu or minicom and see if you get the same result with those?
>
> Fredrik

I did, but seemed to get no response at all from the others, or
couldn't connect.

I sent an updated message with debugging turned on, not sure if you
got it, I can re-send if needed.

Thanks for helping out with this, the device in question is the model
we are now getting here at the university for our AT&T mobile
broadband accounts. I may be able to try out a recent Ubuntu or Fedora
to see what's happening there, but it could be a couple of days...

-Brandon
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