Comment 32 for bug 269858

I am using the onda MT503HS. I can tell you that the device is recognized as a modem device, module usbserial is initialized and 5 ttyusb ports 0-4 are enumerated. dmesh also shows "option: v0.7.2:USB Driver for GSM modems" just after the ttyusb port creation. The issue to be very clear is that after this has occured, gnome-network-manager does not see the device or offer a method to create a 3G network connection (via edit->connections).

I am running 10.04 Beta, I have just run the updates for all, rebooted, and tried again to insert the device and try to create a 3G network connection. Network-manager now sees the device. It isn't connecting, but I don't see logs or error codes so i don't know why, but it does seem to recognize and use the device.

Could you tell me where to find connection error logs to make sure it's not device related?