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Old 07-19-2011, 01:01 PM   #16
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a good answer.may i check it.


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If it works from Windows, I suggest that you boot into windows. Bring up the mobile broadband device and surf the internet to make sure it is working.

Then go to a dos prompt and provide the output of:

Code:
ipconfig /all
route print

thank you so much brother.it really made sense to me.let me check it.
 
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Old 07-19-2011, 01:41 PM   #17
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what informations should i know from the provider brother ?
I am NOT your brother, and wouldn't be too happy if I was.

The information you would need is very, VERY obvious, and been covered in this thread. You need the default gateway, and DNS server information.
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no.not useful.i am expecting another answer please.
And we are expecting you to be polite when you post, quit bumping your own threads after less than an hour, and post back replies when you're asked questions. But you don't do any of that. We have all given you the same answers, which (if you actually understood them), would solve your problem. We've all been very clear as to what you're missing, what you need, and where to get it. What more, exactly, do we need to do for you? Call your ISP for you, get the information, and email it to you?

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Old 07-20-2011, 05:02 AM   #18
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I connected internet using Idea Mobile GPRS from Samsung Mobile

A lot of people(in India) asks that how to connect Internet from Linux using Mobile Idea Gprs? or Airtel Gprs
I was too finding Answers for Same questions.i tried wvdial and many stuffs.nothing helped me. coz i only knew 2 informations.
APN (Access point) and Phone number.



THE SOLUTION IS

Install the gui-version Dial up Modem Software called GNOME-PPP
Code:
sudo apt-get install gnome-ppp
You gotta realize or Find Mobile Operators Phone number which really triggers the INTERNET connection

In India
Idea Mobile(Kerala) uses this phone number *99**1*1# and Airtel Mobile uses *9
9#

After installation of Gnome-ppp,execute it.

Give this phone number into gnome-ppp and detect the USB Modem as ttyACM0.
:-)
See the picture,you will understand!!!!!!!!!!!!!
get connected and start browsing every where in india :-)
Jaya HO INDIA
 
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Old 07-20-2011, 09:01 AM   #19
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Thanks for posting the solution.

I had a similar problem with a Sprint Mobile Broadband card recently.
 
Old 07-20-2011, 01:38 PM   #20
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Welcome

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thanks for posting the solution.

I had a similar problem with a sprint mobile broadband card recently.
welcome my friend.and i always at your service :-)
 
  


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