As for mmsc settings, here are mine:

custom-settings = "smsc-on=lynx -dump 

those work well for Orange, and similar ones work with P4. 

I use CVS versions for kannel & mbuni (but mbuni recently
advanced to next release, so it's better to start with it).

Also note, that kannel is only relevant if you want to receive
mms messages or send push notifications to mobile phones. For
sending mms messages you don't need running kannel. You only need
it's gwlib to compile mbuni.

I had no chance to play with Huawei, but I can tell that Option
modems work without problems.

On Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 08:25:34PM +0200, Stanisław Czech wrote:
> > I haven't upgrade to current stable yet, so I don't know if my
> > comment will be appropriate for you, however, I think in mmsc
> > section you should uncomment custom settings, and provide setting
> > for port (i.e. port=8976). That's the port on which MM1 module
> > will listen for incoming notifications, and perhaps lack of this
> > setting makes it impossible for notify thread to start.
> I did. It was commented since I wanted to know if it makes any
> difference. With and without custom settings parameter the same error
> occurs.
> What kind of version setup is known to be the most stable/proven
> (kannel/mbuni) ? Maybe you could suggest any known to work combination
> of mm1 modem and kannel/mbuni version that is available on polish
> market?
> Greetings,
> Stanislaw Czech
> NOWATEL Sp. z o.o.
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