[Question] How to enable cellular connection using terminal?
Hi, I wrote few scripts that reconnect user to configured VPN in specific situations e.g. when wifi is off it enables it.
I would like to do same thing with cellular data. Unfortunately I can't find out what is the command for it. I tired some
nmclicommands with no success.
Is there possibility to enable cellular data using terminal without
nmcli device connect ril_0
Error: Filed to add/activate new connection: Message recipient disconnected from message bus without replying
nmcli connection up ifname ril_0
Error: Connection activation filed: The device 'ril_0' has no connection available for activation
When you type
nmcli c showthe gsm is assigned to device field and it looks like something that shouldn't be shared in Internet
nmcli c up /xxxxxxxxxxxx/xxxxx
Error: connection activation filed: No suitable device found for this connection.
Then I clicked switch to enable cellular data, output:
ril_0: disconnected Networkmanager is now in the 'connecting state' ril_0: connecting (prepare) ril_0: using connection '/xxxxxxxxxx/xxxxx' rmnet0: device removed Connectivity is now 'full' '/xxxxxxxxxxxxxx/xxxxxx' is now primary connection Networkmanager is now in the 'connected' state ril_0: connected
So how we can do all above steps manually?
here will be the solution
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- 2020.08.21 - issue creation.
@BigB Hi, afaik NetworkManager doesn't manage cellular connection in UT, you should probably try with ofono / rild.
@Capsia said in [Question] How to enable cellular connection using terminal?:
ofono / rild
Hi, interesting too, my cell phone loses the connection to the cell network.