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hey all..

how do i connect my PB 15 with P800 for GPRS internet access?

what i did

1) set up blue tooth device
2) use data connection
3) user name / pw blank
4)GPRS CID string = *99# ( got this from my GSM provider
5) ericsson infreard
6)internet connect
7) USB Bluetooth modem adaptor
8) connect

what i get is
1)contacting ppp server
2) authenticating user
3) The modem has unexpectedy hungup , please verify your settings and try later


anyone know what i am doing wronge? or do i need any scripts ? software to do this ?

GPRS is working fine on the phone.. just cant seem to hook it up to the computer.. useing dialup ( data ) on phone works .. looking to use GPRS.. anyone ?
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This is how I connect:

http://support.attwireless.com/awswl..._bluetooth.jsp

Cheers!
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hey man .. would use that if we had it here i am in Egypt at the moment and hmm no wirless networks what so ever.. hehe
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What I meant was that you can use the same idea for your phone.. and your provider..
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hello all,

ok got one thing done,

i did manage to connect via P800 BUT there is no trafic what so ever.. safari,yahoo,msn,IE non work.. what i see under internet connect is

Connected but while i try to use any internet apps under internet connect window i see that its sending but nothing is reciving..

can anyone help ? the GSM provider that i am using have these settings posted

For WEB Browsing



For Internet settings;



******** Account Name: Mobinil Web*
*********** Connection Type: GPRS*
*********** Access Point Node (APN): mobinilweb




*





* For WAP Browsing



*For WAP settings



************ Account Name: Mobinil WAP*
************ Connection Type: GPRS*
************ IP address: 10.7.13.21*
************ Access Point Node (APN): mobinilwap*
************ Homepage: www.mobinillife.com



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For Multimedia Messaging MMS:



*For MMS settings:



************ Account Name: Mobinil MMS*
************ Connection Type: GPRS*
************ Homepage http://10.7.13.24:8002*
************ Access Point Node (APN): mobinilmms*




what am i doing wronge?
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