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K-Umts 1.1


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K-Umts 1.1

K-Umts 1.1

K-Umts 1.1

Link:  Link
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  1458
Submitted:  Oct 15 2006
Updated:  Jan 27 2007


This utility uses wvdial ,in order to connect your 3G UMTS "Option" card to your laptop or pcmcia adaptor
Configure section provide password,username and number to dial
You can create a wvdial.config file in /tmp directory with "save config" button
At reboot temp file will be destroyed for safety.
Check on syslog terminal your output connection and have fun with your wireless umts card..:)

-Depends on Kommander
-Depends on WvDial
-Depends on zenity (http://www.pluto.it/files/ildp/lfs/blfs/6.0/gnome/zenity.html)
Foe ubuntu/Kubuntu users try sudo apt-get install zenity

Tested with a Vodafone umts connect card

Be shure to have 3G kernel module and module "Option" both activated..or choose and recompile it
Bind to /dev/ttyUSB0 shoult be automatic when insert the card..if not check your usb modules(no firmware is required now)

I've started to write this application because my kppp died..:(..i think they had upgrade it or upgrade pppd..so i was not able to connect anymore..even with gnome-ppp
WvDial provides a good stable connection..and resolvs my kppp problems..

::..HOW TO USE IT..::

standard kubuntu kernel

When u plug a 3g card,for first time,all modules will be upload and usb serial attached to /dev/ttyUSB0 modem device.
I've noticed that wvdial accept(tell me if wrong)only /dev/modem as device.
You can easly create this link by pressing "Modem Link" button ..
Once created link you could put your data to empty txt spaces in the left corner.

-You must know if your provider needs an account with NAME and PASS.Ex.Vodafone(italy)does not an account required..so put everything u want(but put it!or doesn't work)

-In next release a list of international umts number will be inserted.
But now u must know, at buying act,your number to call(normally *99** or *99***1#..depends on provider and CID number)

-Save .config file in /tmp before start connection..if u don't wvdial will fault

-Once saved,active syslog logging(if don't start syslogd)and finally start wvdial to connect..
In 15-20 seconds you will be connected..without specified any private DNS..and u can watch connection from built-in konsole monitor..
If realtime syslog make your memory lower..stop with "STOP" button..this not influence wvdial connection

So this is the fastest way..but i can only check with italian stuff..if u have another provider or country PLEASE..report your impression or here below..tnx

also available,with comment BLOG:http://divilinux.wordpress.com/2007/01/03/k-umts-connector/



-Added scan system that controls an amount of data in according to your provider-restricted licence..so example:

You have 50MB of traffic x month
Plane to use 2MB x day..and after reaching quote..ppp0 will be disconnected

-Improved all general script and sudo system
-Tnx to paper0k for support script..next release will be available as soon as possible..with MB gesture instead of BYTES..;)


-Rename project in K-Umts to help internet search(kumts in germany means other..lol)
-Finally the button "modem link" now can recognized if symlink is activated or not


-Improved skin
-Added current ip-address
-Improved link modem..but sometimes you do this manually: ln -s /dev/ttyUSB0 /dev/modem


-Added a total traffic and dropped packets meter

Kumts 1.0-rc1
-Fixed freeze connect button on start connection.Now as soon as you stop wvdial you can re-use button connection again..without restart kumts
-Change graphics to more userfriendly interface,with help tooltips..
-Added last DNS monitor and date pppd was started
-Added clean monitor

(K-Umts 1.1rc1)
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 by psdekloe on: Oct 15 2006
Score 50%

This program could be extremely usefull if it would hide more technical details to the user.
For example, the number to dail is country dependent (correct me if I'm wrong). You could pre-set those values based on a country selection.

Nokia has those settings:

Thanks for the program anyway. :)

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 by Divilinux on: Oct 15 2006
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www.squadrai nformatica.c om/smak

tnx for comment..
this is nice purpose for next version(i hope)..give users a list of number selected by country
italian vodafone callers dial number *99***1#..and they told me when i bought the card..so everyone should know his personal dial number
i'll take a look @ your posted website to implement in next version...:)

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 Re: lol

 by ra1n on: Jan 17 2007
Score 50%

Note that you could also use the apn (web.omnitel.it in our case)instead of #99**1 in the number form

For phone connectivity you could have a look at kmobiletools (wich main developer it's also italian) and at the kdebluetooth module (don't know how to deal with irda)

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 by Divilinux on: Oct 16 2006
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www.squadrai nformatica.c om/smak

You told me about nokia..i would like to precise that ,even if wvdial is multipurpose,this app was made for PCMCIA CARD UMTS not for cellular phone
It would be good in future,implemented a sort of bluetooth or irda connection for umts cellular phone..but this time..i haven't..so i cannot prove..:)

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 by netcelli on: Oct 16 2006
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good work :D

VHCP site (http://vhcp.sf.net)
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 by Divilinux on: Oct 18 2006
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www.squadrai nformatica.c om/smak

i've tested until uncharge totally my sim card..:)
and i must say that works very well..even works "modem link".

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