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Topic # 32983 28-Apr-2009 10:03 Send private message

Here is some more information about Telecom New Zealand's latest APN list for their XT Network. As most of you will know, APNs can be changed in your device settings/profiles to adjust your connection characteristics. Here is the current APN list:

internet.telecom.co.nz
direct.telecom.co.nz
wap.telecom.co.nz
bb.telecom.co.nz

All Telecom phones come configured with the following connections (thanks to scorpiworld for providing the list):

Name: TelecomDefault
APN: wap.telecom.co.nz
Data bearer: Packet Data
Network type: IPv4
IP Address: automatic
DNS: automatic
Homepage: N/A
Use Proxy: No
Proxy IP: N/A
Proxy Port: N/A
Proxy Secure Port: N/A
Username: N/A
Password: N/A
Applications: Default connection (email, AGPS, ActiveSync, Java)

Name: TelecomContent
APN: wap.telecom.co.nz
Data bearer: Packet Data
Network type: IPv4
IP Address: automatic
DNS: automatic
Homepage: http://myhomepage
Use Proxy: Yes
Proxy IP: 210.55.11.73
Proxy Port: 80
Proxy Secure Port: 8080
Username: N/A
Password: N/A
Applications: WAP browser, RSS, mobile blog

Name: TelecomMMS
APN: wap.telecom.co.nz
Data bearer: Packet Data
Network type: IPv4
IP Address: automatic
DNS: automatic
Homepage: http://lsmmsc.xtra.co.nz
Use Proxy: Yes
Proxy IP: 210.55.11.73
Proxy Port: 80
Proxy Secure Port: 8080
Username: N/A
Password: N/A
Applications: MMS

Name: TelecomData
APN: internet.telecom.co.nz
Data bearer: Packet Data
Network type: IPv4
IP Address: automatic
DNS: automatic
Homepage: http://pdaportal.telecom.co.nz
Use Proxy: No
Proxy IP: N/A
Proxy Port: N/A
Proxy Secure Port: N/A
Username: N/A
Password: N/A
Applications: Data card, tethered data, RTSP streaming






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  Reply # 210110 28-Apr-2009 10:46 Send private message

Mauricio,

I'll write something up to clarify the differences between the XT Network APNs and put it on my geekzone blog.

www.geekzone.co.nz/nealr

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