El d?a Thursday, July 05, 2007 a las 03:57:10PM +0200, Volker escribi?:
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
Do you (or someone from the mobile list) know of any kind of UMTS
adapter which can be used in a normal PC via RS232 cable with
PPP in FreeBSD? all what I see are PCMCIA cards.
Some days I got to know about a USB connected GPRS device:
but I don't know if the USB-serial driver sees this at the end as a serial
device and if it can be controlled with AT cmd's (maybe I will order
some device to run a test);
that's why I think the same could exist for UMTS...
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