Monday, September 3, 2012

Connecting Mobile Broadband in Ubuntu


Hello readers,
I am demonstrating the procedure to connect Mobile Broadband in Ubuntu 11.10 or higher version (Debian Linux base Operating System).
In Windows, if we want to connect Internet through mobile connection, we required the PC Suite( for Nokia ) to establish net connection, whereas in Ubuntu, we doesn't required any kind of software and PC suites. In Ubuntu the mobile is used as a modem for wired connection, we can also connect or establish the net connection via wireless connection by using blue-tooth. If you want to use wireless connection for PC's then you need to fasten Blue-tooth device to your PC.

Following are the step by step produces to establish net connection through mobile(for wired connection) for Reliance network provider.

Step 1 → System → Preference → Network connection or you can select it by shortcut, just click on the network icon given to right corner of Desktop.
 
Ubuntu network connections

Step 2 :→ Select Mobile Broadband → add and Click Continue after Your mobile device is selected.


Step 3 →Select Your Country and click Continue.


Step 4 → Select Your Network Provider(e.g Airtel, Aircel, Reliance etc) and click Continue.


Step 5 → Select Your plan, if you doesn't get then select your AN as shown below then click continue.


Step 5 → Select Your plan, if you doesn't get then select your AN as shown below then click continue.


Step 7 → Now enter user name and Password “Internet” as default user name and password, And save it.


Step 8 →Now goto network connection and click on your connection and after that you net connection will connected, as shown below.


Step 9 → Now open your Web browser and you will see your net connection is working.


The procedure is applicable for : Airtel, Aircel, Reliance mobile broadbands.