How to connect Tata Indicom Photon Plus in Ubuntu 9.10?
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From Here. I haven't tested this personally. But hope this works.
Install “wvdial” if you do not have it already. To install wvdial, use the command:
Next, plug in your Tata Indicom USB Modem.
Now, create a dialer for your modem with the command:
This creates the appropriate dialer configuration for your modem. Remember to keep the modem plugged in while running this command.
Edit the wvdial.conf file by issuing
Your wvdial.conf file opens on issuing the above command. It should look like this :
Now you have to edit the file. Put “internet” in place of and . Do not change any other auto-generated entry. Place the appropriate phone number in place of 0. It is #777 for Tata Indocom.
That should complete setting up your dialer. Now, to dial a connection, simply execute
in a terminal window. Enjoy.
[ In case it still does not work, add the lines:
Stupid mode allows the connection to dial through a firewall and Init3 = AT+CRM=1 prevents frequent disconnections.