I have already shared How to Install Huawei Data Card Driver in a Linux Fedora OS, in that I have shared the download link of Huawei Linux Drivers. Now I am sharing with you How to Configure Dialup Connection in Fedora Linux Operating System.

Step by step guide to Configure Dialup Connection in Fedora Linux Operating System:

1. Install the Linux Huawei Drivers, as shown in the above article.

2. Now open “Network Configuration” and go to Application->System setting->Network

Linux Network Configuration
Linux Network Configuration

3. Add a new device and create a dial-up connection.

Select Device Type - Huawei Dialup
Select Device Type – Huawei Dialup

4. Here, select modem device type as in the screenshot.

Select Modem Type
Select Modem Type

5. Now, select your country, type Phone number as *99$, provider name, and login details.

Select Provider - Linux Dial Up Connection
Select Provider – Linux Dial-Up Connection

6. Here, select Encapsulation mode as “sync PPP.” If not already ticked, then tick “Automatically obtain DNS information from the provider.

IP Settings - Linux Dial Up Connection
IP Settings – Linux Dial-Up Connection

7. Now, click on forward and apply the settings.

Create Dial Up Connection
Create a Dial-Up Connection

8. Now, you will get a prompt “system-config-network: Changes are saved. You may want to restart the network and network services or restart the computer.” Click on OK.

Save the configuration
Save the configuration

9. Now, Open the terminal tool and change the user into the root (administrator).

Changing into Root
Changing into Root

10. Now, at last, Enter the shell command as shown in the image and then press the “Enter” button.

Network settings
Network settings

Note: The string “Uninor” is the APM name, and it changes from one operator to the other.

To use another network sim, you need to change the APN; you can refer to this article for all types of APN of different network providers.

11. Now, Click the “Activate” button in the “Network Configuration” window, and the modem status will change to “Active.”

Network Connection - Active
Network Connection – Active

Keep enjoying sharing; the next article will be for another Linux Operating System, then Fedora.

 

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