So - a quick tip for those who are having trouble with Dial-Up Networking connections on Pocket PC (or Windows CE) devices.
Did you know that by adding the registry key entry (at the end of this post), you can get the Windows CE / Pocket PC operating system to generate a modem log every time that you "attempt" to create a connection??
I've personally found this extremely useful to check that "Extra modem commands" are being sent down correctly or to find out why the PPP negotiation is failing when attempting a GPRS connection.
- Each "modem" connection generates a different (numbered) log.
- The logs are named "mdmlogX.txt", where X is a digit 1-9.
- The logs are saved to the top level of the file system.
Comment by freitasm, on 17-Mar-2006 17:21
Are you having problems with the V710 and Windows Mobile dial-up over Bluetooth? Try adding Z; at the start of the Init String (or simply use Z; if no other Init String is in use).
For some unknown reason it looks like all new Motorola and Sony Ericsson require a reset command before use over Bluetooth...