Nokia 6610 via DKU-5 cable (usb) and fbsd-4.8. any chance?
ilya at samara.net
Tue Oct 28 00:25:28 PST 2003
I'd like to use my Nokia 6610 with FreeBSD for eventual PPP tests
of our dial-in servers. I've got DKU-5 cable. It's USB and the only thing
I can get for this phone; ordering IR port is not an option.
I've compiled recompiled kernel (4.8-p13) with:
device uhci # UHCI PCI->USB interface
device usb # USB Bus (required)
device ugen # Generic
device uhid # "Human Interface Devices"
When I run 'usbd -d -v' I can see the system detects connected phone as:
usbd: device-attach event at 1067328676.392127000, Nokia Connectivity Cable DKU-5, vendor 0x0421:
vndr=0x0421 prdct=0x0800 rlse=0x030a clss=0x00ff subclss=0x0000 prtcl=0x00ff
device names: ugen0
I guess I should'n expect this to be good enough as:
# cu -l /dev/ugen0
cu: Got hangup signal
Basically the only thing I'm interested at the moment is to be able to say
'AT' to the modem. Is there any way to achieve this?
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