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Topic # 7159 24-Mar-2006 08:58
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Hi Guys :)
I try to set up internet connection on my Pc Through Siemens C65 (i use original siemens Serial Cable).
The GPRS modem is installed and works fine (Diagnistics)
Well my Provider gives me the Apn : Internet.tunisiana.com
The Ip: 10.3.2.99 port 80 the username: internet and the pass: internet
In the Provider Help Manual they use a Nokia 6230 as example and they said to put this initialization command in the modem Advanced config :

at+cgdcont,,="internet.tunisiana.com"

But when i put it i get Hardware error .. before even dialing Process Start..
i used this initialization Command :

AT+cgdcont=1,"IP","internet.tunisiana.com","",0,0

Here when i try to connect after the password Verification, i get registring ur computer on the network and just then i get
error 734.. PPP Protocol Stopped :S whot is this error ? :S i unchecked the LCP extentions as Microsoft Help said but nothing changed.. :S

Plz Can anybody Help me with this ?
Thx !

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Reply # 31412 24-Mar-2006 12:21
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Welcome to Geekzone... First you have to make sure your account can access data services.

Next, try using atz;+cgdcont=1,,"internet.tunisiana.com". And the most important thing, the phone number to dial. The default is *99#, but depending on your mobile phone configuration you might have to use *99***1# (replacing 1 by 2, 3,etc depending on which configuration on your phone is connecting to the Internet).







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  Reply # 31443 24-Mar-2006 20:53
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Hey freitasm :))  thx for the Quick Reply :))
the *99# is the Number Provided with the Provider Help Manual :) but i will Try the other Numbers..
but i dont understand what u mean with : "First you have to make sure your account can access data services."
Are talking about the CSD Technology ? do i have to activate it ?
Do calling the Provider and askin em to activate GPRS access for me not Enough ?

Thx for the Help :))


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  Reply # 31447 24-Mar-2006 21:27
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No, it's not the CSD - just checking that your account can actually access the GPRS network. If they say yes (or if you asked before) then that's fine.

Try with the different numbers because sometimes the phone may have a different configuration.

Good luck!






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  Reply # 31580 26-Mar-2006 20:35
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Hi freitasm :) well
I tried to dial *99***1#;*99***2#;*99***3#
and the initialisatoin Command u gave but Still the Same Problem..

thx for the Help Man ;)


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Reply # 31590 26-Mar-2006 22:48
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ok thx man :) ...
I'm about to bet that this is a problem with the Provider irtself..

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