|José Manuel Molina Pascual||May 17, 2007 10:24 am|
|José Manuel Molina Pascual||May 17, 2007 11:44 am|
|Matthias Apitz||May 17, 2007 11:46 am|
|Matthias Apitz||Jul 5, 2007 11:03 am|
|Lars Balker Rasmussen||Jul 5, 2007 11:41 am|
|Matthias Apitz||Jul 5, 2007 12:50 pm|
|Volker||Jul 5, 2007 12:55 pm|
|Volker||Jul 5, 2007 1:58 pm|
|Andrew Gordon||Jul 5, 2007 3:33 pm|
|Matthias Apitz||Jul 10, 2007 12:08 pm|
|Matthias Apitz||Jul 24, 2007 11:16 am|
|Volker||Jul 24, 2007 4:22 pm|
|Subject:||OPTION 3G+ Orange|
|Date:||Jul 5, 2007 1:58:21 pm|
On 07/05/07 14:50, Matthias Apitz wrote:
El d?a Thursday, July 05, 2007 a las 02:37:30PM +0200, Volker escribi?:
On 12/23/-58 20:59, Matthias Apitz wrote:
The mentioned card is supported in versions above FreeBSD 6.2 by the ubsa(4) driver and I've just pulled out the revision 1.20 (6.2 has 1.17) from CVS:
If it's really a card named "Option 3G+" or "Option 3G-Max", then it's not getting to work using ubsa. The card (serial number starting with "NZ...") has a totally different interface (nozomi).
My card, working with the ubsa driver, has a serial number starting with QL... and says on ATI:
ati Manufacturer: Option N.V. Model: GlobeTrotter Fusion Quad Lite Revision: 1.5.5 (Date: May 17 2005, Time: 14:55:44) OK
on the card is written on back side:
Model: GT 3G Quad
and on the front:
Vodafone Mobile Connect 3G/GPRS dara card
Someone (don't remember now) mailed me a partially working (say, partially untested) driver for that card (parts of code are still GPL'd so not ready for inclusion into the base system). I only fixed one compiler error but haven't done anything with it yet.
If your card has serial number "NZ...", you may check the driver out at:
Thanks for the URL's; I will check the information there;
your card looks like an old one. ubsa is absolutely ok for your card. The driver for download at the URL above is really just for newer (PCMCIA/cardbus) cards using a different interface (so not of any use for your card).
These newer cards are named "Option 3G+" or "Option 3GMax" (HSDPA capable). The older quad etc. cards are really fine with ubsa (just the WLAN part of these cards is of no use as there's no support for these chips and no driver will attach).
All Option cards are best identified by the two starting letter of their serial number. You'll find a list of all models at pharscape.org