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Topic # 22485 29-May-2008 14:29
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I use my Nokia E90 primarlly from Wireless LAN connections from in and around our house. And ofcourse I got it set up so that it uses the Vodafone connection if I am outside the house.

However, I notices that I am incurring traffic charges when I access the https://www.vodafone.co.nz/live/ - using the standard Vodafone Internet connection access point.

Ofcourse, my E90 has a menu item for Vodafone Live - but it does not work.

Does anyone know how I can set up my access point so it is as follows:


- All Web access (except Vodafone Live): use the Wireless LAN accesspoint

- All Vodafone live access: Use the 3G connection via Vodafone  Internet


May be I am missing something really obvious?




Tim M, Auckland
Blog: http://paddler.co.nz





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  Reply # 134270 29-May-2008 21:21
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All Web access (except Vodafone Live): use the Wireless LAN accesspoint and vodafone internet

All Vodafone live access: Use the 3G connection via Vodafone GATEWAY
But use live.vodafone.com as the web address on your mobile, not https://www.vodafone.co.nz/live/

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