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    try wvdial (as root) run "wvdialconf wvdial.conf" make sure your drivers are loaded first. it should detect the modem and create a basic config.

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    if you are doing it to see if you can make your own software to do the job then i sugest reposting this in the programming/scripting sections otherwise if you just want to get ont he net just use wvdial

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