DrHu wrote:It will be the configuration strings for the AT compatible commands
--you could compare the Wvdial ppp configurations or start looking at the Linux ppp setups
http://support.real-time.com/linux/dial ... #configure
--you will have to pay attention to the modem command strings (AT commands)
However wvdial is a standard for modem work with Linux
If all of this fails, wvdial just runs pppd(8) and hopes for the best. It will bring up the connection, and then wait patiently for you to drop the link by pressin CTRL-C.