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#26702 1-Oct-2008 01:01
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HIyas

Well I recieved a phone from my work in Australia, MOtorola q9h and have been told to use it here in NZ. Only problem is the WAP Setup.

The phone is unlocked, it works fine txt and phone.  Vodafone Wireless portal setup doesn't have the moto q9h on it's setup list even though they sell the phone themselves.

If anyone out there has a moto q9 can you please tell me the vodaphone settings for the GPRS and PROXY.  The settings in this phone seeem to be diffent than all the others I have used over the years and I can't work them out.

The details I am after are under the connections menu

Thanks

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  #168222 1-Oct-2008 07:55
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Check this sticky post in our Vodafone forum for Windows Mobile Standard Vodafone settings.

Also note these devices do no use WAP, but HTML browsing.




 

 

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  #168404 1-Oct-2008 17:28
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Thanks for help.

I tried the info on the link but found it not to work.  Let me breakdown what I am looking at in the GPRS setup.

- Connects to : (I am unsure which one and have tried many)
         * The Internet

         * Work

         * WAP Network

         * Secure WAP Network

         * My Network

         * My Network Proxy

- Access Point :
         * I have entered live.vodafone.com (VFNZ GW) and www.vodafone.net.nz (VFNZ Internet)

- User Name : (Left Blank)
- Password : (Left Blank)

Authentication Type :
         * None
         * CHAP
         * PAP (I used this one cause same as my last phone)

Primary DNS : (Left Blank)
Seconary DNS : (Left Blank)
IP Address :
         * I have entered 172.030.038.003:8080


The Proxy setup looks like this

Connects from : (I am unsure which one and have tried many)
         * The Internet

         * Work

         * WAP Network

         * Secure WAP Network

         * My Network

         * My Network Proxy

Connects To : (I am unsure which one and have tried many)
         * The Internet

         * Work

         * WAP Network

         * Secure WAP Network

         * My Network

         * My Network Proxy

Proxy (name:port) :
         * I entered 172.030.038.003:8080

Type :
         * HTTP  (tried this one)
         * WAP (and tried this one)
         * Socks4
         * Socks5

User name : (Left blank)
Password : (Left Blank)


I have been able to work out a few of the settings, and guessed other but to no avail.




 
 
 
 


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  #168407 1-Oct-2008 17:34
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It should be "The Internet". It should use the VFNZ Internet APN since it's not a WAP phone. It should not have an IP address since it's assigned by Vodafone. It should have no proxy.

Best thing? Delete all the settings on the phone using the Clear Storage (which brings the phone to factory defaults) and enter only the configuration listed in the page. Nothing else...




 

 

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  #168422 1-Oct-2008 18:14
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THanks so much freitasm, You are a ledgend !!!!

It is finally working now.  I knew it was just a matter of getting the settings correct.

Anyone else who has an unlocked overseas motorala Q9h, the settings are

- GPRS Settings Name (VFNZ Internet)

- Connects to : The Internet

         
- Access Point : www.vodafone.net.nz

- User Name : (Leave Blank)

- Password : (Leave Blank)

- Authentication Type : PAP

- Primary DNS : (Left Blank)

- Seconary DNS : (Left Blank)

- IP Address : (Leave Blank)


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