You thinking it may work, is enough. I have copied the script into kwrite and had a careful look down the lines to see if there is anything obvious out of line.
Did not find anything.
Yes the bash lines may also be worth it. Good to prove it works in pclos.derekf
I guess you would like to enjoy just playing with the setup now instead of tinkering around the corners. You could take a break and leave the thread open for a few days, or if you mark it solved you can always re-open it again.
I only have a reservation about not following a whirlpool listed control procedure, is there a possibility that the modem or SIM card gets screwed up without. I don't know at this stage. We ought keep in mind that jhend
would recommend it for a reason
I guess since you are using Linux Telstr/Bigpond will not want to know you or any problems you may have.
Whatever, I hope you may enjoy being able to use it, I got quite interested having being involved here as my ADSL is marginal. I am however very close to a communications tower so tells me there is replacement for ADSL. Though I am not sure I am prepared to pay for much higher speed I don't really need.drkgs
Of course these commands can be sent via Putty. Are you considering using this in a moving vehicls, aircraft or boat? In that case have you got mapping software in mind to use?