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Old 10-02-2012, 01:03 PM   #1
subh333
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hi i am subhash pal and i am newly linux user ubanto 12.04 i have a mtnl data card it is not working on the ubantu but it works on window xp i don't know how is it work? so please help me my ubantu good works on mtnl landline net.
 
Old 10-02-2012, 01:22 PM   #2
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hi i am subhash pal and i am newly linux user ubanto 12.04 i have a mtnl data card it is not working on the ubantu but it works on window xp i don't know how is it work? so please help me my ubantu good works on mtnl landline net.
First, please read the LQ Rules about posting...a subject of "help me" tells no one ANYTHING about your problem, and most folks will skip it, since it's meaningless. Second. it's "Ubuntu", not "ubanto".

You don't tell us what "mtnl" hardware you have, or what kind of machine it's plugged in to, but just putting "ubuntu mtnl" into Google pulls up lots. Since you found LQ with a Google search, did you try that?

http://www.ubuntu-in.info/wiki/Broad...o#MTNL_Triband
http://teleguru.in/how-to-guide/how-...-ubuntu-linux/
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1952276

Since you provide no details, a generic answer is the best you can get. Install/run usb_modeswitch, which may be needed to 'flip' the device from CD-ROM to modem. Then run wvdialconf to configure your connection, then run wvdial to connect. You can also use the network manager in Ubuntu (once the device is flipped) to connect.
 
  


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