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Topic # 6558 3-Feb-2006 19:38
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Hi,
I have an imate KJam and am trying to install and run a personal FTP client on the device. I want to trigger this FTP client from an application on the Desktop. I realised that when i am connected over ActiveSync to the ppc phone GPRS is not functional.

Is there a way i can do activesync and connect to the device as well as be able to make a GPRS connection at the same time?

Regards,
Sanjay.

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Reply # 27810 3-Feb-2006 19:56
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This is not possible. When connected to ActiveSync all network operations will be routed through that interface.







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Reply # 27812 3-Feb-2006 20:22
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Hi M,

Not possible. am in deep trouble then..

i mean, i saw in an MSDN forum where somebody said it is possible to do activesync to a smartphone device (o2 dev i think) over bluetooth and have GPRS work simultaneously.

I know am being naive about expecting the same to work. It would be great if u could suggest a way.


 
 
 
 


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Reply # 27813 3-Feb-2006 20:30
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I would be interested to know how this person managed to monitor the connection and find out that some stuff is going through ActiveSync and some through GPRS.

I guess if the GPRS connection is not closed (but only disabled for the outgoing connections) incoming connections would be ok - which seems to be what you are wanting.

It should be easy to test: just find out what's the IP address for the GPRS connection on this Pockt PC (using VxUtil for example) and then try connecting to it.









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Reply # 27815 3-Feb-2006 20:49
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i guess i would need the outbound GPRS to be functional as well.

looks like i need to look for an alternative to the GPRS connection here.

thanks for the reply.

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