My question is why would QMI work potentially better than MBIM, as it seems MBIM is superior being able to handle IPV6 vs just IPV4.xdavidx wrote: ↑Mon Jun 24, 2019 12:22 pmAh, I see. The Sierra command reference didn't discuss RMNET0 vs RMNET1 in detail and that they were tied to single vs dual SIMs. Does that mean you can't do dual SIMs with MBIM, or do you need to use 150D to enable that?
I meant I didn't know the history of why someone may have been told to use MBIM instead of QMI, other than firmware compatibility. Your tutorial has a good reason, with IPV6 not being supported over QMI. I guess that's why IPv6 wasn't working for me when I was testing it the other day. Do you know if AT&T supports IPv6 on their iPad plan? I don't use IPv6 currently for anything. It is just for general knowledge.
That was a fun read though. Thanks for sending it. It is interesting to see the path things have taken since the dial up modem days. When I tell my friends that I'm back to using AT commands, they can't believe they still exist. I tell them that there are just a few more commands these days and it isn't as simple as ATDT.
I haven't tested QMI yet, but will after work.