Description of problem:
After having defined my mobile broadband connections in nm-connection-editor,
I am still unable to connect to any of the mobile networks.
This happens both using the builtin broadband modem I have in my laptop
and when using a USB cable to connect my N900.
Both of these two worked just fine prior to upgrading my laptop from F14
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Define a mobile broadband network in nm-connection-editor
2. Try to connect
NetworkManager just goes back to disconnected state
Would you attach /var/log/messages from the time when you tried to activate the connection?
What laptop/builtin modem do you have? (lspci)
I don't have the logs anymore, sorry. I had to reinstall F14 as I was going on
a 2.5 week road trip and couldn't be without it for that long.
The broadband modem is this one (from lsusb). It's a mini-PCI card.
Bus 002 Device 004: ID 0bdb:1900 Ericsson Business Mobile Networks BV F3507g Mobile Broadband Module
The laptop is a Lenovo X200
I am running NetworkManager-0.9.2-1.fc16.i686 and I still experience this issue with my 4G USB. According to lsusb, it is a "PANTECH UML290".
I have the same issue running NetworkManager-0.9.4-6.fc16.i686 with Bus 002 Device 006: ID 12d1:1465 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. .
Anyone have an issue, would you attach /var/log/messages?
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