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#1181 6-Mar-2004 23:41
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I have read the previous posts on the 6600 and by the look of things WAP 2.0 is up and running now but I am unsure of the correct settings. I have managed to connect to the internet with Opera but have not yet been able to send a PXT.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers, Simon.

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  #4074 6-Mar-2004 23:55
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Have a look in this page and then on this page for some information. There's a post with IP address, server information and ports.



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  #4080 7-Mar-2004 17:18
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thanks for your reply, I saw the settings:

MMS (PXT) settings

MMS server address
GPRS ID username - blank
GPRS ID password - blank
Connection mode Connection orientated / permanent / continuous connection
MMS automatic download On
(Automatically downloads full MMS)
PPP authentication type PAP (default)
Proxy authentication password - blank
Proxy authentication username - blank
Proxy login type Automatic (default)
Security Off
WAP gateway IP address

But the 6600 does not have these as options in the menu, I need to know what values to put in the following:

Connection Name
Data Bearer
Access Point Name
Prompt Password

I currently have:


Under advanced settings I have the Proxy serv address set to: and port 8080

I can't find any setting to change MMS settings ??

Cheers, Simon

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