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Topic # 6449 26-Jan-2006 09:57
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Greetings
I am having serious difficulty connecting an iPAQ hx2490 to a Nokia 6255 through Quicksilver ISP
I have read your bluetooth article regarding configuring this sorta connection, but dont quite get the #777 number that you have to use for a CDMA connection ? I have got the pairing all sweet in the way of connecting the 2 together, my phone will dial 099774100 as this is the number Quicksilver told me to dial etc but Nokia 6255 just hangs up all the time, I also have all my username and password details configured in my pocket pc

Can some one please let light as to what I am doing wrong

Many Thanks
DJNAV

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  Reply # 27239 26-Jan-2006 10:41
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Hi there I am not sure why you want to dial an ISP? This is essentially a CSD (Circuit Switched Data) call that only runs at 14.4kbps. Plus you are paying Telecom for time on-line and probably your ISP as well.

#777 dials into the Telecom CDMA packet data network. Username: mobile@jamamobile and password: telecom will get you out the internet. This way you only pay for the data you send/receive.




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  Reply # 27240 26-Jan-2006 11:13
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Greetings

Ok have sussed the #777 thing out now but all my phone does now is go into Dormant Mode for couple of seconds then disconnects, not sure what else to do please help

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  Reply # 27241 26-Jan-2006 11:16
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On your iPAQ have you entered the string +crm=1;+cs0=33



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  Reply # 27264 26-Jan-2006 16:39
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Greetings

yes i certainly have put that string in to my Ipaq under advanced settings while you are setting up a new modem connection
Any other thoughts

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  Reply # 27266 26-Jan-2006 16:42
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Flick me your 027 number in an email and I will check it is configured correctly from this end

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