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# 38546 31-Jul-2009 13:32
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using a xt phone as a modem to connect to work intranet services
im told by my it guy to call telecom for proxy and ip address set up
my phone as a modem works well for normal internet

however cannot find anyone within telecom who can help!?

anyone have any idea!? im a noob when it comes to these sorta things

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  # 240978 31-Jul-2009 13:52
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I'm not sure what help you need. Are you wanting help for configuring your laptop to talk to your Xt phone and connect to the internet? Or something else?




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  # 241128 1-Aug-2009 02:25
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Sounds like a vpn setup ... ?

You're trying to connect to your work's intranet via an internet connection that is using your XT phone?

It sounds like you need to contact your work IT dept for the proxy & ip address as it's your work's intranet that your are having problems connecting to.

This is not something Telecom would be able to help with as they wouldn't know the details of your work's intranet.

(if understood what you're trying to do correctly of course)




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