[PLUG] Reliance Net Connect Broadband+

Gaurav Pant gauravggs at gmail.com
Sat Dec 25 19:25:34 PST 2010


Hi

On Thu, Dec 23, 2010 at 12:09 PM, DEV <debanjanb at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Friends,
> I am a newbie in Linux environment. I wanted to connect the "Reliance Net
> Connect Broadband+" USB on CenOS at my home PC.
>
I use the same and it works well with most distros.

>
> First of all, its not a plug_n_play, though the USB is getting detected but
> I guess I need to get it configured. "Reliance Net Connect Broadband+" does
> contains some rpms (for Fedora, openSUSE and Debian) for Linux platforms. I
> have gone through installing/uninstalling the Fedora rpm for a couple of
> times along with changing the Network properties. Nothing have worked till
> now.
>

I you are using KDE install KPPP, configure the modem as /dev/ttyUSB0 --
this is what it usually comes up as.


>
> I have also logged a ticket with the Customer care of "Reliance Net Connect
> Broadband+" who came up with a presentation of "How to connect on Ubuntu
> (debian)" but was unable to connect on CentOS.
>

Try installing wvdial, it should work with it.

>
> I also have searched for the documentation on how to set up the connection
> in the internet, till now I am unsuccessful.
>
> Can someone help me out here?
>
It would be useful if you could mention what version of what distro you are
using as well as what utility you use to try to configure.

--Dexter


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