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UHSO(4)		       FreeBSD Kernel Interfaces Manual		       UHSO(4)

NAME
     uhso -- support for several HSxPA devices from Option N.V.

SYNOPSIS
     The module	can be loaded at boot time by placing the following line in
     loader.conf(5):

	   uhso_load="YES"

DESCRIPTION
     The uhso driver provides support for several HSxPA	devices	from Option
     N.V. that are based on their packet interface.  Each device has a set of
     serial ports and a	raw IP packet interface.  The serial ports of the
     device are	accessed through the ucom(4) driver which makes	them behave
     like tty(4) devices.  The packet interface	is exposed as a	network	inter-
     face.

     Establishing a connection on the packet interface is achieved by using
     the proprietary AT	commands ``AT_OWANCALL'' and ``AT_OWANDATA'' on	any of
     the available serial ports.

     The network interface must	be configured manually using the data obtain
     from these	calls.

     Each device usually have at least two or more serial ports, their indi-
     vidual purpose can	be identified through sysctl(8).  Ports	identified as
     ``Modem'' features	a normal modem interface that can be used with PPP.
     Ports identified as ``Diagnostic''	uses a proprietary binary interface
     used for firmware upgrades, this port does	not have a AT command inter-
     face and can not be used to control the device.  Other ports features an
     AT	command	interface that can be used for normal device control.

HARDWARE
     The uhso driver should work with most devices from	Option.	 The following
     devices have been verified	to work

     +o	 Option	GlobeSurfer iCON 7.2 (new firmware)
     +o	 Option	GlobeTrotter Max 7.2 (new firmware)
     +o	 Option	iCON 225
     +o	 Option	iCON 452
     +o	 Option	iCON 505

     The device	features a mass	storage	device referred	to as ``Zero-CD''
     which contains drivers for	Microsoft Windows; this	is the default mode
     for the device.  The uhso driver automatically switches the device	from
     ``Zero-CD'' mode to modem mode.  This behavior can	be disabled by setting
     hw.usb.uhso.auto_switch to	0 using	sysctl(8).

FILES
     /dev/cuaU?.?

EXAMPLES
     Establishing a packet interface connection	using the AT command interface
     available at one of the serial ports

	   AT+CGDCONT=1,,"apn.provider"
	   AT_OWANCALL=1,1,1
	   OK
	   _OWANCALL=1,1

	   AT_OWANDATA=1
	   _OWANDATA: 1, 10.11.12.13, 0.0.0.0, 10.2.3.4, 10.2.3.5, \
		   0.0.0.0, 0.0.0.0, 72000

     Configuring the interface

	   ifconfig uhso0 10.11.12.13 up
	   route add default -interface	uhso0
	   echo	"nameserver 10.2.3.4" >	/etc/resolv.conf
	   echo	"nameserver 10.2.3.5" >> /etc/resolv.conf

     The connection can	be terminated with

	   AT_OWANCALL=1,0,1

SEE ALSO
     uhsoctl(1), ucom(4), usb(4)

AUTHORS
     The uhso driver was written by Fredrik Lindberg <fli@shapeshifter.se>.

FreeBSD	10.1			 July 20, 2010			  FreeBSD 10.1

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