Is this just the way it is or what? I have a piece of hardware that only accepts 3 digit octets for an ip. Im using a server at home and whatever IP i get served to test it. Unfortunately ,my address is not the type required and when I put it in a browser it resolves to 122.49.106.xxx. The IP gods could probably explain this.
Might explain why I was never able to get anything other than the missed call and get a SMS of the location mode to work on the one I tried. kinda says it all about china with them knocking off their own products now...
I think the problem is that the OP just has a piece of untested back alley junk that has issues. The one we got seemed to have documentation for a totally different device because none of the codes worked, and the ones we were emailed were different and did "stuff" but never ended up working.
I was using a WD Worldbook which is a linux based NAS that I loaded a webserver on. Theory was there but I couldn't run logs to see what was happening. Brother is a FreeBSD guru and is running Apache on spare box. I fiddled with the settings till he saw some traffic.