Ubuntu – How to use Airtel 4G LTE Dongle with Ubuntu

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I have recently installed Ubuntu 13.04 in my PC. Everything works fine except my Airtel 4G LTE dongle (Model MF825A). Ubuntu does not give any option to select 4G LTE when setting up a mobile broadband connection.

How can Airtel 4G LTE (Model MF825A) dongle be used with Ubuntu? Are there any patches or other updates available for getting this problem solved?

Best Answer

I spent 1 month figuring out this. Finally found it. It uses a relatively new method to connect to internet. Check my blog post http://krblogs.com/post/62519969772/airtel-4g-lte-on-linux

Create a HTML page:

<form action = "http://192.168.0.1/goform/goform_set_cmd_process" method = "post">
 <input type="checkbox" name="goformId" value="CONNECT_NETWORK" checked style="display:none;">
 <BUTTON name="submit" type="submit"> Connect </BUTTON>
</form>

<form action = "http://192.168.0.1/goform/goform_set_cmd_process" method = "post">
 <input type="checkbox" name="goformId" value="DISCONNECT_NETWORK" checked style="display:none;">
 <BUTTON name="submit" type="submit"> Disconnect </BUTTON>
</form>

You are ready to connect

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