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# 39199 11-Aug-2009 02:14
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I have successfully had my Nokia 2680 running on Vodafone for the past three months, mainly because the store I purchased from (Parallel Imported) had vLive settings pre-programmed into the phone.

I'm having trouble getting 2degrees settings working on my phone, i've changed proxys, homepages and all sorts and appear to be stuck somewhat. The call centre can only offer to text through the settings, which doesn't work (text says my phone type is not supported) and the guys at Dick Smith were a bit stumped too.

Does anyone have any ideas or able to offer assistance? I'm going through the Nokia Menu - starting at: Settings/Configuration/Personal Configuration Settings/2degrees(name of a/c i chose)/ have set the homepage to m.2degreesmobile.co.nz and access point setting proxy to 118.148.1.118.


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  # 245051 11-Aug-2009 07:29
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Do you want internet access or WAP access they are very different?

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  # 245244 11-Aug-2009 15:56
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WAP access sorry.

 
 
 
 


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  # 245246 11-Aug-2009 16:01
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You should be checking with 2D what are the port numbers for WAP1.1 and WAP2 they should be different

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  # 245252 11-Aug-2009 16:13
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I'm using WAP2.0

AP gateway IP: 118.148.1.118
WAP Gateway Port (WAP2): 8080
WAP Gateway Port (WAP1): 9201

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  # 245264 11-Aug-2009 16:33
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Should be all good to go

Did you activate the settings after?

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  # 245268 11-Aug-2009 16:40
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Thanks John! As simple as that - haha - clicked "Activate" and i'm all go :-)

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# 245280 11-Aug-2009 17:11
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mp1: Thanks John! As simple as that - haha - clicked "Activate" and i'm all go :-)


Something so simple

Glad I could help

John

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