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Surfstick on gentoo (1und1 ZTE MF 823)Finally! (more detail than other work arounds, will be completed - this doc is still in process) Getting it work can be tricky if your stick must be activated, here my solution works for ZTE MF 823 (1und1 surfstick). It take a lot of time to figure out how to get the stick work, so i will share my experiences with you! Kernel used:4.4.6 You HAVE to disable your current connections! on my system, guess the connections will go down by switching?:
or so, will do this ... init
compile kernel and add to bootloader, reboot start ppp
Add user to group:
(eg dialout on other distros)
for detailed info use:
(1403 is not modem mode!) 1. to be sure add all modes ...
2.after plugin your stick run:
3. will work out of the box if configured:
succesfully switched your devices should be recognized as 19d2:1405 and ls /dev/ttyS0 not /dev/ttyUSB1 must be present. The stick is recognized as ethernet connection in your system!
WOW! This is headway:
When everything is fine you should be able to connect to http://192.168.0.1 ! enter your pin and have fun ....
after reboot modprobe usbserial is enough to connect on my system, when a udev rule is specified jump to udev.
add modules="usbserial"to /etc/conf.d/modules to load it on default runlevel.
Optional:You can choose usb_modeswitch with static conf too:
add this lines to: /etc/usb_modeswitch.conf:
for switching use:
before using connections or other dialers such as kppp run:
Troubleshooting:create udev rules for device.
/etc/udev/61-option-modem-modeswitch.rules : usbudev.txt
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