hi! this is cool to know! any ideas why the latency is higher?
-a On 16 April 2016 at 13:44, Jouni Laakso via freebsd-wireless <email@example.com> wrote: > > > Hello list, > > > I wanted to send this information to help others in their quest of 4G > connectivity with FreeBSD here at Europes continent and in Finland. Huawei > does not include a lot of information about their products. These 4G-network > modems are usually provided by the subscriberline companies and with their > own products. This one was from Sonera (Teliasonera, .se and .fi) here in > Finland. > Huawei E3372 seems to be a CDCE device. /boot/loader.conf has to have a line > if_cdce_load="YES". Only usb_modeswitch works with this one. Command: > /usr/local/sbin/usb_modeswitch --default-vendor 0x12d1 --default-product > 0x1f01 -J > swithes to the CDCE mode. Device ue0 appears to be configured (with ifconfig > -command). Using 'dhclient ue0' a network address is found and using the > address and adding a default router the network interface is usable. An admin > HTTP-page can be found from http://192.168.1.1. CDCE has two network > interfaces at both ends of USB. Both ends can be configured with their own > IP-address. > ID:s idVendor = 0x12d1 idProduct = 0x1f01 are switched to ID:s idVendor = > 0x12d1 idProduct = 0x14dc . This seems to be correct since the connection to > the Internet succeeded with cdce. > Using u3g.c:U3G_DEV(HUAWEI, K3372_INIT, U3GINIT_HUAWEISCSI) > Causes the modem to appear as a device id 0x1442 . Using this, only NTP port > was listening. Maby this is a ntp mode. Using:U3G_DEV(HUAWEI, E3372_INIT, > U3GINIT_HUAWEISCSI2) > does not give any results. These are the current possibilities if compiling a > new kernel every time is possible. > It would be easier if a device had only one identification code. Reading > about the different codes from usb_modeswitch list, it is maby clear that the > service provider can change the device ID:s. This is not very easy to the > users. If the device was only a modem, it would be usable without the > flip-flop states of the modem-devices. ISO image is given with Windows and > Linux drivers or software and after installing the software, the state > becomes a modem state. Possibly with a HTTP-interface to connecto to the > Internet. > Quick test with Linux shows that the latency time is less with Linux. > Previously using PPP with these kind of wireless devices, FreeBSD has shown > best latency times. This is an estimate. Using an external modem (propably > Linux inside) caused more latency with PPP over the previous 3G link. > > With best regards, > > Jouni L. > _______________________________________________ > firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list > https://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-wireless > To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-wireless-unsubscr...@freebsd.org" _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list https://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-wireless To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-wireless-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"