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Topic # 22101 16-May-2008 18:12
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I'm trying to connect to Vodafone Live with an Imate Jasjam ppc but all I'm getting is:
Internet error 12002 - The request has timed out

I'm using Winwap V1.3 with it pointing to the VF WAP connection in the phones settings.

In the VFWap connection settings are:
Access Point: live.vodafone.com

proxy settings:
http proxy: 172.030.038.003:8080

It says its connected ok and authenticates fine, but then just sits there and times out with the error..

Has anyone used a Jasjam on Vfone live and if so, what did they use to get it going and what browser ?

Thanks for any help..

Steve..

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  Reply # 131301 16-May-2008 18:15
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Can you try port 9201



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  Reply # 131302 16-May-2008 18:22
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Ok, just tried that john and it stills gives the same error..

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 131305 16-May-2008 18:25
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The settings you are using are correct. I would speak to the people that wrote the software.



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  Reply # 131306 16-May-2008 18:47
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Ok, thanks..

do you know of any software that will work on a jasjam to connect to Vfone live john..


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  Reply # 131309 16-May-2008 18:54
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Sorry cant help you there

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