Ok, after a bunch of research, I've got wwan and GPS working. I've never messed with wwan so this was a learning experience. Here's what I had to do (it MAY help someone) This is for a CF-52 so YMMV with others
-I installed the wwan card and put one wire on the "MAIN" and the other on "GPS"
-In the bios there is an option "optional kit configuration" , the "WwanId" was "08" (no ").
-The software wouldn't detect the modem even though it was detected in my device manager. Come to find out these things have 2 modes "QMI" and "DIP". Mine needed to be in QMI but was in DIP. Therefore the software wasn't seeing it. There's a way to check but it's easier to just show how to put it into QMI mode. There is software called BZ31018_DIP_QMI_ModeSwitch from sierra that switches between the 2 modes. Run it and uncheck the box and hit continue to put it into QMI Mode.http://www.business.panasonic.com/suppo ... esscarrierhttp://www.e-lins.com/EN/download/drive ... Switch.zip
-Once that's done install the ATT_MC7700_Driver_v3617_Win_XP_7 driver software from the panasonic site. That will install the windows drivers for the mc7700
-Install mc7700_03_05_29_0_software this updates the firmware i believe
-Then install Sierra_Aircard_Watcher_v3728_Win_XP_7 from panasonic and you should be gtg.
**This is for a CF-52vaaby1m and gobi4000 mc7700 att lte wwan card. It may help you at least have a good base to start.
By the way: You can do me a favour (if you want) -
- goto "device manager" from control panel
- search the WWAN/MC7700
- click on it (left button)
- open context menu (right click)
- goto tab "Details"
- pick "Hardware ID's" and provide the first entry
I'm trying to get my MC7710 running in CF-31 - and it looks like Panasonic denials installing 3rd party cards - so my Idea is to rewrite the cards's identifications and then install drivers manually
It's referenced a few times in device manager
Sierra Wireless WWAN Modem
Universal Serial Bus Controllers
Sierra Wireless WWAN Device
Sierra Wireless Mobile Broadband Network Adapter
Ports (Com & LPT)
Sierra Wireless DM Port (COM17)
Sierra Wireless NMEA Port (COM18)