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Topic # 43422 19-Oct-2009 20:51
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Hi,

I have a 5800xm and configured the access points through the get settings menu option.  I have checked the settings against my N95 which is working and they seem the same.

Can't get anything, eventually get a web timeout.   The E with the arrows appears in the top left, but no data is ever transferred.

Any ideas?

Thanks.

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  Reply # 265140 19-Oct-2009 21:03
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Can send MMS ok, have just tried deleting access point and getting settings again.  Still not working.   Could there be something in the browser I need to set (browser works on wifi ok.)



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  Reply # 265149 19-Oct-2009 21:28
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Opera Mini works with the same AP, so not sure why the S60 browser refuses to work.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 265151 19-Oct-2009 21:38
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Figured it out, working now. In advanced settings the proxy server was set to 118.148.1.188. No idea where it got that from, especially since I deleted the APN so many times. I have never seen that address before.



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  Reply # 265152 19-Oct-2009 21:39
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Reverse lookup gives me:
118.148.1.188 resolves to
"188-1-148-118.nzcomms.co.nz"
Top Level Domain: "co.nz"
Country IP Address: NEW ZEALAND

Oddly, the N95 didn't have it and removing it, fixed it.

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  Reply # 265219 20-Oct-2009 09:17
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if you look at the settings sticky at the top of the forum you will see that the WAP proxy ip is 118.148.1.118 and you probably mis-typed that in. then again the proxy ip shouldnt be used with the internet APN anyway.





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  Reply # 265221 20-Oct-2009 09:18
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I didn't type any of the settings in, I used the sim menu for 2degrees to send them and saved the APN's from the message.

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  Reply # 265302 20-Oct-2009 13:05
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mikerussellnz: I didn't type any of the settings in, I used the sim menu for 2degrees to send them and saved the APN's from the message.


That's odd. Any chance you could try pulling the settings from the STK again and see if it breaks? If so we'll take it up with the device management vendor. Probably a typo at their end when entering in the data for that model.




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  Reply # 265791 21-Oct-2009 20:49
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SaltyNZ:
mikerussellnz: I didn't type any of the settings in, I used the sim menu for 2degrees to send them and saved the APN's from the message.


That's odd. Any chance you could try pulling the settings from the STK again and see if it breaks? If so we'll take it up with the device management vendor. Probably a typo at their end when entering in the data for that model.


Tried it again and it definitely set the proxy to that address above for the APN "2Degrees Internet" which results in a config that doesn't work until it is removed.

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  Reply # 265912 22-Oct-2009 07:01
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mikerussellnz:

Tried it again and it definitely set the proxy to that address above for the APN "2Degrees Internet" which results in a config that doesn't work until it is removed.


Alright, we'll take it up with the vendor. Ta for that!




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