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Thu May 15 06:27:30 PDT 2003
+++ Tomoki Taniguchi [freebsd] [14-05-03 02:12 -0400]:
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| BACKGROUND: I have SPRINT PCS VISION phone that can be used to connect to
| internet via USB. It acts as a USB modem and I used the directions on the
| page below to get it working.
| FreeBSD seems to recognize it as a USB Modem.
| <dmesg snip>
| umodem0: SANYO Electric Co. Ltd. SANYO USB Phone, rev 1.01/0.00, addr 2,
| iclass 2/2
| umodem0: data interface 1, has CM over data, has break
| device_probe_and_attach: umodem0 attach returned 6
| ugen0: SANYO Electric Co. Ltd. SANYO USB Phone, rev 1.01/0.00, addr 2
| So I repeated created the needed pppd and chat scripts (replacing the
| /dev/ttyACM0 in linux to /dev/umodem0 and run pppd. And I get the error
| message below.
| "Failed to open /dev/umodem0: Device not configured"
| Is there some initialization process I need to do for usb modems? How are ppp
| connections done on regular USB Modems? Is there supposed to be a some sort
| of tty device?
as root run following
# kldload umodem
and then try ppp again
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