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Default OpenBSD 4.7 - Cellular Modem - iCON322

I'm attempting to set up a machine with a cellular modem. While I have programming experience, I'm fairly new to both OpenBSD and to Cellular Modems.

Machine OS: OpenBSD 4.7 /i386
Modem Hardware: Option iCON322

Has anyone gotten one of these devices to work, and if so, could someone share a little insight.

I see in the docs that most cellular modems are supported by OpenBSD. The manufacturer does not provide BSD support -- only Windows, OSX, and Linux.

At this point, I have:
1. Confirmed that the device is working on a windows device.
2. Confirmed via usbdevs -v that the OS can see the device
3. Set up the ppp.conf file
4. I have created a ppp.log file, but have not successfully gotten output

> ppp -background mobile
fails to dial

Any thoughts or advice would be appreciated. Thanks.

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