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SDB:Setup of BLUE FRITZ!USB Devices with 9.1

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Version: 9.1

Symptom

Despite your Bluefritz device being recognized and configured, you cannot dial into the
Internet.

Cause

It has not yet been possible to establish the exact reason.

Solution

In the case of ISDN configuration with YaST, ensure that the starting of the
devices and of the interface are set to HotPlug.
Once you have saved the ISDN configuration, you still need to enter the PIN of your access point (on the AVM package slip) in the file /etc/bluetooth/pin (delete the previous contents of the file).

Test that the entry is correct using the bluepincat command (example):

linux:~ # bluepincat
PIN:aSdFgH123456qwer
linux:~ #

An additional file is now needed.
You can download the file (script) from the following URL or create it yourself using the instructions below.

Click here to download

Copy the downloaded file to directory /etc/init.d/ and change the rights with command chmod 744 /etc/init.d/bluefritz.
Now execute the command insserv bluefritz; when you restart the computer, you will be able to dial into the Internet.

Instructions for creating the file/script manually

As user Root, create a text file called bluefritz with the following contents:
(use the mouse Cut & Paste function)


 #! /bin/sh
 # Copyright (c) 2001-2002 SuSE Linux AG Nuernberg.  All rights reserved.
 #
 # /etc/init.d/bluefritz
 #
 # description: init script for bluefritz connecting
 ### BEGIN INIT INFO
 # Provides:          bluefritz
 # Required-Start:    $All
 # Required-Stop:
 # Default-Start:     3 5
 # Default-Stop:
 # Description:       start the bluefritz connecting
 ### END INIT INFO

 . /etc/rc.status

 rc_reset

 # See how we were called.
 case "$1" in
   start)
         /sbin/ifdown ippp0
         /usr/sbin/rcsmpppd stop
         /usr/bin/killall isdnlog
         /sbin/rmmod capidrv isdn
         /usr/bin/ciptool search
         /sbin/modprobe capidrv
         /sbin/ifup ippp0
         /usr/sbin/rcsmpppd start
         ;;
   stop)
         ;;
   *)
         echo "Usage: $0 start"
         exit 1
 esac
 rc_exit
 

Now make the file executable with the command chmod u+x bluefritz
and copy it to the directory /etc/init.d/.
Then execute the command insserv bluefritz; when you restart the computer, you will be able to dial into the Internet.

Please note that our free support cannot help you further with this setup.
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