N/APosted on - 08/26/2011
I have a WiMAX USB Modem (ZTE AX226).
This Modem has built-in software for Windows. But, I need to use this USB Modem in Redhat Linux or Ubuntu.
Is there any package for ZTE WiMAX Modem in Linux? Or how can I create a script to run this WiMAX modem in Linux?
WiMAX USB Connection in Linux
Using WiMAX USB Modem (ZTE AX226) in creating shell script is simple. Below is a simple Good day codes that you might want to check. This script clears monitor screen of all previous lines. This writes Good morning word on it.
Here's the steps:
echo "Good day, world"
Now, package for ZTE WiMAX Modem in Linux? I haven't seen any software yet for this, available to download but you can do script by running on IM client as this will indicate online status. However, you can check it from time to time if the software is available for download. You can visit the ZTE Wimax's website and do check online forum about Linux compatibility with this type of modem. I'm pretty sure, Linux programmer knows this issue. They will for sure find ways to make it available for download. As we all know, Linux OS provide there software application for download unlike Mac and Windows, which you need to buy the software for you to enjoy the product.