Huawei K3765 + Internet + SMS + Telephone

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Hello *,

I have an All-In-One intranet server and usualy a seperated
as default gateway, which connect me using HSPA to the internet

Now I have installed an Huawai K3765 on my , installed “pppd” +
usb-modeswitch and removed the default gateway to .

OK I can continue surfing trough the and is now using
the Huawai as gateway to fetch mails and send mails.

Also I have installed “sms-tools” which I use in combination with my
installed “courier-imap” server to send and receive SMS trough a Siemens
MC55… but this I like to drop now in favour of the Huawai Stick.

And at last I have installed “asterik” which allow me to do phone calls
using an IP-Phone connected to my switch of “kphone” on my workstation,

Now the problems with the Huawai USB-Stick:

Since HSPA is working and I get an internet connection, I am wondering,
how I can get the SMS and telephone part running, exspecialy the Huawai
USB-Stick is designed for parallel use of UMTS/HSPA and SMS/Voice

Can someone help me please?

Note: I am in Germany and use O2/Telefonica Prepaid SIM cards.

Thanks, Greetings and nice Day/Evening
Michelle Konzack

6 thoughts on - Huawei K3765 + Internet + SMS + Telephone

  • Hi Michelle,

    Perhaps i’m not understanding your question correctly.
    an umts/hspa-modem, But now you want to use sms/voip directly?

    afaict, you can only use the voice/text-services from asterisk over the
    IP-layer offered by your modem.

    If you want to use the GSM-chip directly, you need (parts of) another
    project: not asterisk, but openbsc. But i don’t think that they are yet
    capable of communicating to Huawei-hardware (i have one myself)

    You got a working IP-connecion ontop of the underlying gsm-stuff, and
    have access only on anything on the ip-level, not to the protocols
    underneath, i think….

    As side-info, if you have openbts or openbsc up-and-running, you do have
    directly access to the gsm-stuff (and above), but you need dedicated
    hardware, like a nano-bts. And these are huge and costly compared to a
    huawei-modem.

    hans

  • Hello Hans Witvliet,

    Am 2011-03-31 22:24:50, hacktest Du folgendes herunter:

    There are some devices created by “udev” and it seems I have to tty and
    a sound port or something like this…

    Do you mean with the “tty” and the sound port?

    I think not

    I know with FreeSWITCH it is possibel, but FreeSWITCH is not in Debian
    nor is it stabel enough.

    (I have Asterisk and FreeSWITCH installed to do testing)

    Hmmm…

    Thanks, Greetings and nice Day/Evening
    Michelle Konzack

  • Hello asterisk asterisk,

    Am 2011-04-01 06:41:46, hacktest Du folgendes herunter:

    I have this now installed in my Kernel and tried to configure asterisk,
    but if it connects, I can not more use the UMTS IInternet connection.

    However, I can not get a voice connection…

    Is there a working config, which let me use

    1) UMTS/HSPA Internet
    2) Voice Calls
    3) SMS

    at the same time? Currently I use the “Vodafone EasyBox 803 A” and I
    like to get rid of ths pig as fast as possibel!

    Thanks, Greetings and nice Weekend
    Michelle Konzack

  • Hello asterisk asterisk,

    Am 2011-04-23 06:24:36, hacktest Du folgendes herunter:

    Normaly the USB stick provide the UMTS/HSPA channel, but it is blocked
    by Asterisk and I do not know why. Maybe because asterisk try to reserve
    it vor Video-Telephony?

    Thanks, Greetings and nice Day/Evening
    Michelle Konzack