Hi Denis,

thank you again.

All the best,


Nikolas Sepos
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On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 5:36 PM, Denis Kenzior <denk...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Nikolas,
> On 02/19/2018 06:55 AM, Nikolas Sepos wrote:
>> Hello Denis,
>> thank you very much for the reply.
>>     Doesn't seem to have anything to do with PPP actually.  Anyway,
>>     there should be no active contexts if we're detached.  Otherwise
>>     this will confuse ConnMan, NetworkManager, etc.
>> Aren't ConnMan & NetworkManager get the info regarding modems state etc.
>> from ofono? How can this confuse them? (excuse my ignorance)
> The global Attached status as well as whether a particular context is
> Active are signaled over D-Bus.  There should be no active contexts if
> we're detached.  Unfortunately the firmware on many modems does not make
> such guarantees.  So oFono core tries pretty hard to make sure that a
> consistent state is signaled, e.g. no active contexts when detached.
>>     The core tries to work around some of the more common issues, but
>>     ultimately the driver needs to make sure the transitions are well
>>     behaved.
>> Shouldn't this behavior  be handled by the drivers directly instead of
>> the core?
> Ideally yes, but this is not what you were asking originally.
> Regards,
> -Denis
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