You must log in or sign up to reply here. Under certain circumstances the device may disappear completely from your system or refuse to connect to a network even though everything worked fine up to now. Be carefull with the last command. Forumthread with list of FRUs and corresponding firmwares scroll down:. Your name or email address: Now, if your wireless provider lets you in, you are connected.
|Date Added:||21 November 2015|
|File Size:||33.9 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
To use it, simply download broxdband. Instead of ” proxy ” you may need to use to something else. It retries as often as necessary until the WWAN connection is really established.
Will try it out and return with my results. You should see the following:. I recently received a Ericsson Moule mobile broadband module, which was originally bought for my fathers Lenovo computer, he didn’t have the necessary hardware to use it though. I recently joined this forum, because I saw this post: GoToState not working on Window. Second time trying to connect, it simply works like a charm. It integrates with Windows differently to a dialup modem. First, you have to configure the a few NMEA options.
Anybody know how to get that rolling? This page has been accessedtimes.
Ericsson Fg Mobile Broadband Minicard does not power on – Thinkpads Forum
Find the appropriate APN here. Glad it worked for you either.
Be carefull with the last command. Details are available on the MBM Wiki.
You must log in or sign up to reply here. If the last method doesn’t show any success on windows, support will consider your card to be broken and send you a new one while your Thinkpad is still covered by the warranty.
The new driver actually gets the broadband card to show up as… drum roll No, create an account now. This is what made it particularly tricky to setup.
Using Ericsson F3507g Mobile Broadband Module with Dell Studio XPS 1645
All credit for discovering them goes to “Nickolai Zeldovich” who left a comment in this thread. I saw the post in here: The wwan-helper script is a simpler alternative to the “Scripting everything” section.
Now my problem is that the wireless lan managers still seem not to recognize the wwan card. Feel free to comment my guide if you think it needs further corrections or lacks of clarity somewhere.
It will power down the card on boot, but when the laptop wakes from sleep, in some cases the card is powered up again. Please note that Linux can revive a locked up card that can’t be discovered on windows after using the last method.