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How configure micromax bsnl 3G modem in KPPP on slackware 13.1

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How configure micromax bsnl 3G modem in KPPP on slackware 13.1

How configure micromax bsnl 3G modem in KPPP on slackware 13.1 while it automatically mounted under

/dev/sr1 iso9660 /media/modem

and in lsusb command add following information:

Bus 001 Device 020: ID 1c9e:f000

now i follow these steps for usb switch t
o modem
usb_modeswitch.conf File

DefaultVendor= 0x1c9e
DefaultProduct= 0xf000
TargetVendor= 0x1c9e
TargetProduct= 0x9605
# only for reference

run the program:

usb_modeswitch -C usb_modeswitch.conf
modprobe cdc_acm
modprobe usbserial vendor=0x1c9e product=0x9605
now connect with KPP
in Device->modem device->
dev/ttyUSB2, it detect modem and when query
modem by :
modem->Query Modem->Modem Query Result Window show following same string in
each AT1-AT7 field
AT1 :- Manufacturer: "Micromax" Model: Micromax MMX310G 3G USB Modem Revision: LQA0094.1.1_MG32 IMEI: 910532501142484 +GCAP: +CGSM,+FCLASS,+DS
AT2 :- Manufacturer: "Micromax" Model: Micromax MMX310G 3G USB Modem Revision: LQA0094.1.1_MG32 IMEI: 910532501142484 +GCAP: +CGSM,+FCLASS,+DS
so on...
Now Connect
Looking Modem pass
Modem Ready Pass
Initializing Modem hang the overall process & login script display window
show expecting Ok and hang
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vboxgetty.conf(5)					    Linux System Administration 					 vboxgetty.conf(5)

vboxgetty.conf - config file for vboxgetty Description The file /etc/isdn/vboxgetty.conf is used to configure vboxgetty. Please read the man page vboxgetty(8) for a description of how vboxgetty works. Everything after "#" is ignored, as are empty lines. All arguments must be separated by whitespace (spaces, tabs). Arguments may not con- tain whitespace. All settings before the first port command are global settings, after a port command they only affect the current port. port <string> ISDN device to configure. modeminit <string> Command to initialize the modem. You should set the MSN/EAZ on which vboxgetty should listen for incoming calls. Default is "ATZ". user <string> Name of the user that vboxgetty will use. This user must exist in /etc/passwd and you must use this parameter. group <string> Name of the group that vboxgetty will use. This group must exist in /etc/group and you must use this parameter. umask <number> Vboxgetty will use this umask when creating new files. You must give the umask as an octal number. Default is 077. dropdtrtime <seconds> Number of milliseconds to hold the DTR-Line low to reset the modem. Default value is 800. initpause <number> Number of milliseconds to wait after initializing the modem. This is used to compensate the delay of the "NO CARRIER" response. Default value is 1500. badinitsexit <number> Maximum failures with modeminit. If this number is reached, vboxgetty exits. Default is 0. ringtimeout <number> Time in seconds to wait for a RING. If no RING is received within this time, no call is taken. Default is 5. echotimeout <number> Time in seconds to wait for the echo from the modem. Default is 4. commandtimeout <number> Time in seconds to wait for a response to a modem command. Default is 4. alivetimeout <number> After this time in seconds vboxgetty will check if the modem is still responding to modem commands. Default is 1800. compression <string> Audio compression to use to record new messages. Possible values are ADPCM-2, ADPCM-3, ADPCM-4 and ULAW. The ALAW compression mode is no longer supported. Default is ULAW. spooldir <string> Spool directory to use. This directory must exist. It's used for control files of several programs. Default is /var/spool/vbox/<user>. vboxconfig <string> Full path of the vbox config file. Default value is <spooldir>/vbox.conf. freespace <number> Number of bytes that must be available on the partition with the spool directory, so that a call may be taken. Default is 0.
/etc/isdn/vboxgetty.conf this configuration file
vboxgetty(8), vbox(5), vboxtcl(5)
This manual page was written by Andreas Jellinghaus <>, for Debian GNU/Linux and isdn4linux. ISDN 4 Linux 3.1pre4 2000/09/15 vboxgetty.conf(5)

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