I try to get an IP address for the interface this card generates (interface Cellular 0/3/0) I already did basic configuration for it but nothing happens. Doing "show ip interface brief" the interface is up in status and up in protocol and doing "show cellular 0/3/0 network" it seems like the card recognize the service provider but the service is in Inactive state. My question is if I have to use an username and password for this and how I get them (user and password)??
I already had that manual, thank you anyway. I need to know if user and password MUST be given by the carrier to get internet access with the hwic-3g-gsm because I already did configuration example stated in the manual but it doesn't work. I mean, the interface cellular doesn't get an IP address. Do you know something about it??
If you have experience in PPP-configuring on dial interfaces you can apply them on Cellular interfaces as well. They work the same using Dial on Demand Routing. You need interresting traffic to trigger the dialer to make a packet connection to the cellular network. Then there is a PPP negotiation, then a dummy PPP authentication, then a IPCP-negotiation, where you will get the IP-address. The dialer string should be *99#.
Try sending traffic out the Cellular interface and watch debug dialer, debug ppp neg and debug ppp authen.
Thanks for your reply on this but for ppp authentication I have not username and password because the sim I'm using it suppose doesn't require them so Do this can works without username and password on PPP Authentication command configuration line??
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