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SubjectRe: [PATCH] option: Improve Quectel EP06 detection
On Tue, Sep 11, 2018 at 4:00 PM Lars Melin <> wrote:
> This also becomes a mess for the qmi-wwan driver which has the rmnet/qmi
> interface hardcoded to 4 so that driver will also need a workaround.
> Quectel seems to have completely missed the reason why usb id's should
> be unique and not reused for a different product or a different
> interface layout, there is already a workaround in qmi-wwan for their
> previous EC-20 card...

A patch has already been submitted to work around the issue in qmi driver.

> My opinion is that the option and qmi-wwan drivers should support EP06
> in the factory delivery configuration and not in a configuration the
> user has selected with a Quectel proprietary AT cmd.
> Can you give some good reason for disabling an interface instead of
> letting it stay but not use it if you don't need it?

Yes. I am working with two boards, one based on MT7621 and the other
on MT7623, and I would like to connect two EP06-modems to these
boards. However, the USB-controller used on these SoCs has a (very)
limited number of USB endpoints. With the default configuration, there
are only enough endpoints for one EP06-modem to work properly. By
disabling diag, there are enough endpoints for both modems to work


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