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This device is implemented as a USB device, which can be enabled or disabled with the {{key|Fn}}{{key|F5}} key combination
 
This device is implemented as a USB device, which can be enabled or disabled with the {{key|Fn}}{{key|F5}} key combination
  
=== Linux Modem driver ===
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=== Linux modem driver ===
Although, the [http://www.smlink.com/ Smartlink] driver for Agere modems is able to communicate with the modem via AT commands, it cannot dial out (contradicting reports welcome!).
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If your favourite distribution does not include a hsfmodem driver (search for "hsfmodem" or "Conexant"), you can try the one from Linuxant: http://www.linuxant.com/drivers (14k free as in beer, 56k+Fax license 15$, they explain this policy under: http://www.linuxant.com/store/faq.php )
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See [[Conexant HSF modem drivers]].
  
 
=== ThinkPads this card may be found in ===
 
=== ThinkPads this card may be found in ===

Revision as of 12:54, 21 December 2005

Bluetooth Logo

IBM Integrated Bluetooth III with 56K Modem (BMDC-2)

This is a combination USB Bluetooth and AC97 Modem Adapter that is installed in a CDC slot.

Bluetooth Features

  • Chipset:
  • USB ID: 1668:2441

Modem Features

  • Chipset: Conexant
  • AC'97 Modem

IBM Partnumbers

IBM FRU PN: 91P7319
IBM FRU PN: 27R1880 (Actiontec)

Also known (in IBM literature) as....

  • Integrated Bluetooth III with 56K Modem,
  • Integrated Bluetooth III with 56K Modem, Actiontec

Linux Bluetooth driver

This card will work with the standard Linux Bluetooth drivers as part of any recent 2.4 or 2.6 kernel; the HCI USB driver in particular is known to work.

This device is implemented as a USB device, which can be enabled or disabled with the FnF5 key combination

Linux modem driver

See Conexant HSF modem drivers.

ThinkPads this card may be found in

External Sources