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bash script to connect with Indian mobile networks.

Reference & Credit - http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=74246

#!/bin/bash

#
# A bash script to connect with Indian mobile networks.
#
# This script is tested with Teracom device (Model no. LW273) only, and might
# not work with other devices because of the differences in AT commands. 
#

usage() {
	echo "Usage: wv-connect.sh <APN> [TECH]"
	echo
	echo "Where, APN should be:"
	echo
	echo "	bsnlnet                 = BSNL"
	echo "	www                     = Vodafone India"
	echo "	internet                = Idea Cellular"
	echo "	TATA.DOCOMO.INTERNET    = Tata Docomo"
	echo
	echo "check with your mobile provider for the valid APN"
	echo
	echo "and, opetionally TECH can be:"
	echo
	echo "	umts	= UMTS mode (3G)"
	echo "	edge	= EDGE mode (2G)"
	echo "	auto	= Automatic"
	echo
	echo "For example, to connect to BSNL 3G network"
	echo
	echo "	wv-connect.sh bsnlnet umts"
	echo
	echo "This script is tested with Teracom (LW273/LW272) devices only."
	exit
}

nodev() {
	echo "ERROR: No device."
	exit
}

nowvdial() {
	echo "ERROR: wvdial is not installed."
	exit
}

test "$1" && APN="$1" || usage
test "$2" && TECH="$2" || TECH="auto"

WVDIAL=`which wvdial`
DEVICE="/dev/ttyACM0"

case "$TECH" in
	umts) FUN=6;;
	edge) FUN=5;;
	auto) FUN=1;;
	*) usage;;
esac

test -c $DEVICE || nodev
test -f $WVDIAL || nowvdial

cat <<EOT > /tmp/wvdial-gsm.conf
[Dialer Defaults]
Modem Type = USB Modem
Modem = $DEVICE
Baud = 460800
Stupid Mode = 1
Phone = *99#
Username = " "
Password = " "
Init1 = AT
Init2 = AT&F
Init3 = AT+CFUN=$FUN
Init4 = AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","$APN"
EOT

$WVDIAL -C /tmp/wvdial-gsm.conf


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