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Topic # 6978 9-Mar-2006 13:03
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hi people,

any kind soul has any idea about configuring nokia 6111 for wap and pxt and push to talk?

thankssssssss

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Reply # 30363 9-Mar-2006 15:03
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unfortunately, my phone is a new model in nz... hence, vodafone does not have their settings yet... i tried to email their support desk but they gave me a website which has the manual configurations... however, there are some information that they did not provide, such as packet data access point etc... >_< anyone has any ideas?

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 30388 9-Mar-2006 20:32
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The Push to talk will not work on this handset in NZ at this stage.

All other settings are generic (generally) across handsets...

Try sending yourself the Nokia 3230 settings :)

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Reply # 32210 4-Apr-2006 16:40
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ytzx: unfortunately, my phone is a new model in nz... hence, vodafone does not have their settings yet... i tried to email their support desk but they gave me a website which has the manual configurations... however, there are some information that they did not provide, such as packet data access point etc... >_< anyone has any ideas?



if you still need the configuration, just pm me, i can guide you thru it. i just setup one today. and it worked.

cheers!




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Reply # 32269 5-Apr-2006 09:24
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kiwiboi:
ytzx: unfortunately, my phone is a new model in nz... hence, vodafone does not have their settings yet... i tried to email their support desk but they gave me a website which has the manual configurations... however, there are some information that they did not provide, such as packet data access point etc... >_< anyone has any ideas?



if you still need the configuration, just pm me, i can guide you thru it. i just setup one today. and it worked.

cheers!




sweet! forgot to update... i managed to configure my phone through the nokia website!! www.nokia.co.nz and it just automatically send me all the settings... sweet as!


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Reply # 32270 5-Apr-2006 09:30
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Live! Settings
Go to Menu-Settings-Configuration-Personal Configuration Settings-Option->Add New.
Enter details for the following parameters:  
Connection name: Vodafone GW  
Homepage: live.vodafone.com  
Access Point Name: live.vodafone.com  
Username: (blank)  
Password: (blank)  
Used preferred access point:(No)  
Access point settings:                          
Proxy: Enable                          
Proxy address: 172.030.038.003                         
Proxy Port: 8080                          
Data bearer: Packet Data                        
Bearer Settings                        
Packet data access point: live.vodafone.com                        
Authentication type: Normal                        
Username: (none)                        
Password: (none)  

PXT Settings
1. Go to Menu-Settings-Configuration Settings-Personal Configuration Settings-Add new.
Enter details for the following parameters:    
Account name: Vodafone PXT    
Server Address: http://pxt.vodafone.net.nz/pxtsend   
Use preferred access point: No    
Access point settings:    
Proxy: Enable    
Proxy address: 172.030.038.003   
Proxy port: 8080   Bearer Settings    
Packet data access point: live.vodafone.com    
Authentication Type: Normal    
Username: none    
Password: none 

 
2. Go to Menu-Messages-Message Settings-Multimedia Msgs-Configuration Settings. Enter details for the following parameters:    
Configuration: Personal Configuration    
Account: Vodafone PXT  

If that doesn’t work try proxy port at 9201.


Hope this helps

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