Synntax Posted October 7, 2014 Share Posted October 7, 2014 .The AC340U is a LTE USB modem for AT&T and works as a regular modem, meaning it does not offer routing capability nor does it support NAT (Network Address Translation) nor have a Web UI. Its default mode is to support Auto Connect in the firmware, as well as has Identity Morphing to support native Windows 8 MBIM (mobile broadband interface model). Linux does not work with this Windows 8 MBIM Identity Morphing feature, so you need to turn it off for using the device in Linux. MBIM has been disabled and I installed the Gobi-Net and Gobi-Serial drivers for Linux to use the aircard. Now I would like to use the aircard on my pineapple. Could I get pointed in the write direction for this? I've searched the forums but failed to find a decent answer on how togo about this. AC341U AC340U AC341U NAT mode AC341U IPT mode AT port name /dev/ttyUSB2 /dev/ttyUSB2 /dev/ttyUSB0 Enumerates as Network interface (usbx or ethx) Network interface (usbx or ethx) Network interface (usbx or ethx) AT command to switch to this mode N/A at!ippassthrough=0 at!reset at!ippassthrough=1 at!reset Web-UI N/A Supported Supported USB vid/pid VID/PID 1199/9051 VID/PID 1199/9055 VID/PID 1199/9057 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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