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Opensolaris, Huawei E220, Swisscom and Sunrise

I was able to open a 3G connection to Swisscom and Sunrise using a Huawei E220 3G Modem under Opensolaris. Here are the config files (If PIN is enabled on the SIM, add OK "AT+CPIN=????" to the chat script) Swisscom: /etc/ppp/chat-swisscom: ABORT BUSY ABORT 'NO CARRIER' ABORT ERROR REPORT CONNECT TIMEOUT 120 "" "AT&F" OK "ATZ" OK "ATQ0 V1 E1 S0=0 &C1 &D2" #OK "AT+CPIN=????" OK 'AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","gprs.swisscom.ch"' SAY "Calling Swisscom" OK "ATDT*99***1#" TIMEOUT 120 CONNECT '' /etc/ppp/peers/swisscom: term/1 115200 connect "/usr/bin/chat -V -t15 -f /etc/ppp/chat-swisscom" idle 7200 lock crtscts noipdefault modem user "gprs" password "gprs" noauth passive usepeerdns defaultroute connect-delay 6000 novj nodetach Sunrise: /etc/ppp/chat-sunrise: ABORT BUSY ABORT 'NO CARRIER' ABORT ERROR REPORT CONNECT TIME

Connecting Opensolaris to a Cisco VPN

I finally got my Opensolaris box hooked up to a Cisco VPN: 1. Get the tun/tap driver from Kazuyoshi. This driver is used for creating a using between the client and the Cisco VPN router. 2. Compile and install the driver: pkg install sunstudioexpress export CC=/opt/SunStudioExpress/bin/cc ./configure make make install 3. Download the vpnc client. This program handels the vpn connection. I've used the version 0.5.1. 4. Get gmake pkg install SUNWgmake 5. Adjust installation paths (my personal preferences): Makefile: PREFIX=/opt/vpnc ETCDIR=/opt/vpnc/etc config.c (hardcoded locations): Line 250: return "/opt/vpnc/etc/ssl/certs"; Line 270: return "/opt/vpnc/etc/vpnc-script"; Line 275: return "/var/run/vpnc.pid"; Line 541: ... : /opt/vpnc/etc/", ... Line 760: ... "/opt/vpnc/etc/default.conf" ... Line 761: ... "/opt/vpnc/etc/vpnc.conf" ... gmake gmake install 6. Convert the pcf file into vpnc format using /opt/