dont know how i got there, but - after some try-and-errors editing /etc/config/network i somehow got the device on /dev/cdc/wdm0 working. rates up to some 40 down/12up.
however, not shure if it was important at the end, i inserted the auth-scheme and username/password for the apn exactly as given by t-mobile for their “normal”-use APN (they have some other, internet.v6.telekom or festeip.telekom): auth is PAP and username/pass was set to t-mobile and tm.
weird behaviour by MUDI was, that, even after i got a connection on /dev/cdc-wdm0 and some decent bandwith, the displayed showed “no internet”.
after reboot the display was as expected, showing 4+.
@alzhao - cellinfo shows its working on band 3 - the FAQs state, that the EP06-E is able to aggregate some band, 41/41 for example. how ca i force the EP06 to do band-aggregation?
And: The MUDI shows 4+ - is that still some kind of “UMTS”-bandwith? When and with what bandwith to expect will it switch to “LTE” ?
Hi @alzhao - many thanks for the clarification. I think the mentioned uk-values have a good match to the situation here in germany. i have a 5G huawei-chipset based router with dedicated external directional antenna for backup here at home, but unfortunately the local BTS has its 5G on the same Base-Frequencies as the LTE/-Advanced before, so no real big improvement - more marketing-like 5G-rollout - but up to 200MBps during nighttime where we previously had max 120MBps.
i am also a customer of Deutsche Telekom and, despite the various approaches here in the forum, have so far only achieved a functioning Internet connection with reduced speed (approx. 15MBit) via ttyUSB3. Every attempt (all possible variants of APN logins) to enable higher transmission rates (LTE) via cdc-wdm0 has so far failed. I’m connected immediately (green light and a stable connection); however, no domain is resolved and calling up a domain directly via IP is also unsuccessful. I have the impression that there is a connection (with Internet connectivity) for a few seconds, but this is quickly gone again. In the meantime, do you have an idea which of your trial and error actions in the /etc/config/network area could have brought a solution? Would it be possible for us to align our settings once? I would be very happy about a feedback - I’ve already spent some time with various solutions from this form - unfortunately without success. Best regards, Thorsten