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Good morning, I'm trying to dial my AT&T Beam from the mobile broadband menu under network on the wifi pineapple mark v. The site appears to be under construction and I can't find much info searching google or looking through mark iv documentation to find a clue. Does anybody have this information? It would help me out immensely for a project I'm working on.

-Mike

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Instructions:
Configuration

Create a file in "/etc/ppp/peers/" named "gprs-connect-chat" and paste the following information into it:
# Name: gprs-connect-chat
# Purpose: GPRS PPP Connect Script
# Notes: CHAT is used to issue modem AT commands. See CHAT man pages for more info.
#
# Activate the device and pause before sending additional AT commands.
'' AT+CFUN=1
'' AT
#
# Verify GPRS Attach prior to attempting PDP Context negotiation.
'' AT+CGREG=1
#
# Define the PDP Context: Context ID, Routing Protocol, APN
# Multiple definitions can be configured by assigning each a unique CID.
# Use "isp.cingular" or "Broadband" to connect to the Cingular/AT&T orange network.
# Use "proxy" to connect to the AT&T blue network.
OK AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","isp.cingular" or "Broadband"
#
# Set the dialing string and specify which PDP Context definition to use.
OK ATD*99***1#
#
# Attempt to connect.
CONNECT ''
Create a file in "/etc/ppp/peers/" named "gprs-disconnect-chat" and paste the following information into it:
# Name: gprs-disconnect-chat
# Purpose: GPRS PPP Disconnect Script
# Notes: CHAT is used to issue modem AT commands. See CHAT man pages for more info.
#
exec /usr/sbin/chat -V -s -S \
ABORT "BUSY" \
ABORT "ERROR" \
ABORT "NO DIALTONE" \
SAY "n\Sending break to the modem\n" \
"" "\K" \
"" "\K" \
"" "\K" \
"" "+++ATH" \
"" "+++ATH" \
"" "+++ATH" \
SAY "\nPDP context detached\n"
Create a file in "/etc/ppp/peers/" named "gprs" and paste the following information into it:
# Name: gprs
# Purpose: GPRS PPPD Connection Script
# Notes: This is a detailed connection script for using GPRS devices as a tethered modem when connected via Bluetooth, Serial or USB.
# See PPPD man pages for more info.
#
# Most GPRS devices will not reply to LCP echo's
lcp-echo-failure 0
lcp-echo-interval 0
#
# Specify 'nodetach' to allow PPPD to run interactively rather than as a background daemon.
nodetach
#
# Used to create a debug log.
# Comment this out once the PPP configuration is connecting successfully.
debug
#
# Show password in debug messages.
show-password
#
# Connect Script: CHAT is used to issue modem connect commands.
connect "/usr/sbin/chat -v -t3 -f /etc/ppp/peers/gprs-connect-chat"
#
# Disconnect Script: CHAT is used to issue modem disconnect commands.
disconnect /etc/ppp/peers/gprs-disconnect-chat
#
# Specify which device to use. By default this dynamically maps to devices created in /dev/modem but can be adjusted as necessary.
/dev/modem
# /dev/ttyS0 # Serial Port 1 (COM1 in Windows)
# /dev/ttyS1 # Serial Port 2 (COM2 in Windows)
# /dev/ircomm0 # IrDA Serial Port
# /dev/ttyUSB0 # USB Serial device
# /dev/rfcomm0 # Bluetooth Serial Port 1
# /dev/rfcomm1 # Bluetooth Serial Port 2
#
# Set the LOCAL serial port line speed. This does NOT affect GPRS connection speed.
#57600 # Some IrDA devices don't run full-duplex and this speed must be used.
115200 # GPRS and EDGE Devices.
#230400 # UMTS devices.
#460800 # HSDPA UMTS devices.
#
# Hardware flow control should be used with most devices.
crtscts # Use for Serial, BlueTooth and USB devices.
#nocrtscts # Use for IrDA devices.
#
# Add the PPP interface as the default route to the IP routing table.
defaultroute
#
# PPP compression options.
# These are specific to the serial connection, not the GPRS connection.
novj
nobsdcomp
novjccomp
nopcomp
noaccomp
#
# Defines whether an attempt should be made to re-establish a dropped GPRS connection.
persist
#
# Defines the maximum number of reconnect attempts to try.
maxfail 99
#
# Ignore carrier detect signal from the modem.
# local
#
# This advises the PPP accept peers idea of our local address and sets address peer as 10.0.0.1.
# Any address will do since IPCP assigns 0.0.0.0 to it.
# PPPD may reject this if you are using the 10.x.x.x range on another interface.
# :10.0.0.1
#
# Advises PPPD to request any DHCP address, none in particular.
# noipdefault
#
# Allows the PPPD daemon to accept DHCP assigned IPs.
# ipcp-accept-local
#
# Advises PPPD to use the DNS provided by DHCP. Commonly causes "Received bad configure-nak/rej" errors when used.
# usepeerdns
#
# Used to disable authentication when establishing PDP context.
# If a custom PDP requires authentication, comment this out and provide the correct username below and update the username-password combination to the secrets file: /etc/ppp/pap-secrets (for PAP) or /etc/ppp/chap-secrets (for CHAP).
# See the PPPD man pages for further information.
# user "username"
#
# Asyncmap - Some devices may require this.
# asyncmap 0xa0000
#
# With the 'nomagic' option, PPPD cannot detect a looped-back line.
# Uncomment this only if the PPPD connection is buggy.
# nomagic
#
# Require the peer authenticate itself using PAP - Some devices may require this.
# require-pap

How to Connect and Disconnect

Open a terminal and issue the following command:
/usr/sbin/pppd call gprs
Note: This tells the PPPD dialer to call the "gprs" script, which in turn calls "gprs-connect-chat" and "gprs-disconnect-chat" as necessary.
Attempt to browse.
If unable to resolve url's it's likely due to PPPD not updating "/etc/resolv.conf" with the correct DNS servers.
To fix this, back up "/etc/resolv.conf" and issue the following command:
echo - e "nameserver 10.250.1.10\nnameserver 10.250.1.11: > /etc/resolv.conf
To disconnect, press "Control-C" in the terminal window.

Note :
Note: Root access is required to create connection scripts and run the PPPD dialer.
Note: Ensure that when copying and pasting information from the above scripts the formatting matches exactly what is shown. Linux uses a different method for carriage returns between lines in text documents, and if the information is entered inappropriately errors are likely to occur.
Note: Most desktop environments, such as KDE and GNOME, include a utility for creating PPPD scripts, however these vary depending on the Linux distribution and version of desktop environment in use.
Note: Some Linux distributions store commands in a different location, so these scripts may need to be modified depending on the distro in use.
This configuration has been confirmed to work with the following:

IOGear GBU211 USB Bluetooth Adapter (uses Broadcom chipset) although any hardware supported by BlueZ should work.
Kernels tested: 2.4.20 and 2.6.9-1-667
Distributions tested: Debian, Fedora Core, Slackware, Gentoo, and Mandrake
Devices tested:
Nokia 3620/3650/6651/6820
Novatel G100/U520
Sierra Wireless AirCard 710/750/775
Sony Ericsson GC82/GC83
Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616
Motorola A845/V600

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