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    Default vodafone huawei e220

    Hello,
    i have installed the new opensuse 11.0 but i have problems with my vodafone card (Huawei e220).
    Anyone knows how can i put that 3g card work correctly? What software (drivers or something like that) i need to install???

    thanks!!!!

    best regrads

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    CyBerTmail NNTP User

    Default Re: vodafone huawei e220

    I use OPTION QUALCOMM 3G CDMA. It connects to expres slot. It has been for a month since i got it and today my frustration in finaly ower.

    Try running knetworkmanager, and see if u have under "New connections" a "ttyUSB0". If you do try this tutorial: PHARscape - Vodafone 3G (UMTS) Howto

    I did not have to install any drivers or anithing. It just worked. You will probably need to configure some card parameters, so use the tutorial above.

    I connect with UMTSmon you can find here: TuxMobil: Linux Compatibility Guides for 3G (WCDMA, UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA) Laptops, Notebooks & Adapters


    I have one question for whoever did configure this card:
    My card only connects if it "thinks" that it is a local network connection??! Let me explain. If I try to connect just with my modem...no go. If I try to connect after i have already established connection to my LAN, it works. The icon that i'm connected to my LAN is still there, but i can unplug my router and it still works, therefore communication is trough modem.

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    alex_vs NNTP User

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    Default Re: vodafone huawei e220

    The E220 *should* work OOTB. I could not get it to work with knetworkmanager4, though, but it works with wvdial, iirc.
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    Default VMC vodafone mobile connect package for e220

    Would this be of any use to you? Vodafone have their own division, that develops applications for linux users;

    Betavine - Devices

    for those using the ASUS Eee, they offer tailored software; it works our Eee 701, using an e220 modem.

    and this page

    Betavine - Operating Systems

    offers drivers for Suse, Ubuntu etc, in either 32bit or 64bit form

    is any of this any use? The software is called VMC: vodafone mobile connect, it is a package, and contains wvdial etc

    here is the page that details how to install on the ASUS Eee; I think Vodafone need a lot of commending for such an excellent guide

    http://www.betavine.net/bvportal/res...netbooks/eeepc

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    Default Re: vodafone huawei e220

    My E220 (Voadfone NZ ISP) works with NetworkManager, no config needed. My authentication details are stored/handled via SIM card, but I know some users (with other ISP providers ) have to configure like a modem (with YaST, modem device is /dev/ttyUSB0) and use kinternet. I can use either method.

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