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  1. #1
    Frank Pulsucki Jr
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    I just upgrade (???) this phone and want to use the phone for a modem with a
    WinXP laptop with iR. My old Nokia 3360 worked this way and I was lead to
    believe I can do the same with the 6200 ( I only upgraded so I could
    increase my connection speeds as 9600bps is so sloooooow). I downloaded the
    PC Suite from Nokia for the 6200 and I can connect thru iR and WinXP sees it
    fine and can browse the phone pictures and tones. Trouble is when I go to
    connect using *99# the phone screen reads something to the effect Not
    authorized on network but from the phone it works great to web surf. I
    called customer service and even talked with a tech and I was told I need
    the data connect kit from cingular to be able to do what I am trying to
    accomplish as it is "not fully Bluetooth supported to use the iR port" so
    needless to say I am unimpressed! My second question relates to being able
    to dial as CSD (at least I think that is what I need to do) and connect with
    my home ISP (was able to dial with old 3360 of course @9600 bps) I enter
    info and it does dial but it seems to hang up instantly as the screen shows
    calling then goes back to info screen. Am I missing something for this to
    work (feature added to account or setting on phone laptop??) I almost feel I
    took a step backwards as I was able to go to any website with laptop dialing
    up with 3360 (although 9600bps) as modem but now when I try with the 6200
    (currently 0 BPS) I cannot connect at all! I need to know specifics if
    possible (account features, phone and laptop settings) as I have been
    getting the run around with this. Sorry so long but thanks for reading and
    any constructive replies!
    --
    Sorry but due to so many viruses being sent by so many children!
    To reply remove spamsucks!!
    Thanks Frank





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  2. #2
    DC
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    Re: Nokia 6200 and iR modem with laptop

    Frank,
    I have the exact same setup you have and after a lot of trial and error I
    was able to establish a connection.
    Assuming you have installed the PC Suite software, you should have a "Nokia
    Modem Options" icon in your Control Panel.
    Select this icon and you should see your phone listed there. At the bottom
    make sure that you have "wap.cingular" entered in for the GPRS Access Point.
    All the other setup information should be listed in the PC Suite
    instructions.
    Make sure you are using the correct user name and password
    User Name - [email protected]
    Password - CINGULAR1
    Good luck.
    DC


    "Frank Pulsucki Jr" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I just upgrade (???) this phone and want to use the phone for a modem with

    a
    > WinXP laptop with iR. My old Nokia 3360 worked this way and I was lead to
    > believe I can do the same with the 6200 ( I only upgraded so I could
    > increase my connection speeds as 9600bps is so sloooooow). I downloaded

    the
    > PC Suite from Nokia for the 6200 and I can connect thru iR and WinXP sees

    it
    > fine and can browse the phone pictures and tones. Trouble is when I go to
    > connect using *99# the phone screen reads something to the effect Not
    > authorized on network but from the phone it works great to web surf. I
    > called customer service and even talked with a tech and I was told I need
    > the data connect kit from cingular to be able to do what I am trying to
    > accomplish as it is "not fully Bluetooth supported to use the iR port" so
    > needless to say I am unimpressed! My second question relates to being

    able
    > to dial as CSD (at least I think that is what I need to do) and connect

    with
    > my home ISP (was able to dial with old 3360 of course @9600 bps) I enter
    > info and it does dial but it seems to hang up instantly as the screen

    shows
    > calling then goes back to info screen. Am I missing something for this to
    > work (feature added to account or setting on phone laptop??) I almost feel

    I
    > took a step backwards as I was able to go to any website with laptop

    dialing
    > up with 3360 (although 9600bps) as modem but now when I try with the 6200
    > (currently 0 BPS) I cannot connect at all! I need to know specifics if
    > possible (account features, phone and laptop settings) as I have been
    > getting the run around with this. Sorry so long but thanks for reading

    and
    > any constructive replies!
    > --
    > Sorry but due to so many viruses being sent by so many children!
    > To reply remove spamsucks!!
    > Thanks Frank
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Frank Pulsucki Jr
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 6200 and iR modem with laptop

    Have you tried to fax with this phone and if so what program???
    "DC" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Frank,
    > I have the exact same setup you have and after a lot of trial and error I
    > was able to establish a connection.
    > Assuming you have installed the PC Suite software, you should have a

    "Nokia
    > Modem Options" icon in your Control Panel.
    > Select this icon and you should see your phone listed there. At the bottom
    > make sure that you have "wap.cingular" entered in for the GPRS Access

    Point.
    > All the other setup information should be listed in the PC Suite
    > instructions.
    > Make sure you are using the correct user name and password
    > User Name - [email protected]
    > Password - CINGULAR1
    > Good luck.
    > DC
    >
    >
    > "Frank Pulsucki Jr" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > I just upgrade (???) this phone and want to use the phone for a modem

    with
    > a
    > > WinXP laptop with iR. My old Nokia 3360 worked this way and I was lead

    to
    > > believe I can do the same with the 6200 ( I only upgraded so I could
    > > increase my connection speeds as 9600bps is so sloooooow). I downloaded

    > the
    > > PC Suite from Nokia for the 6200 and I can connect thru iR and WinXP

    sees
    > it
    > > fine and can browse the phone pictures and tones. Trouble is when I go

    to
    > > connect using *99# the phone screen reads something to the effect Not
    > > authorized on network but from the phone it works great to web surf. I
    > > called customer service and even talked with a tech and I was told I

    need
    > > the data connect kit from cingular to be able to do what I am trying to
    > > accomplish as it is "not fully Bluetooth supported to use the iR port"

    so
    > > needless to say I am unimpressed! My second question relates to being

    > able
    > > to dial as CSD (at least I think that is what I need to do) and connect

    > with
    > > my home ISP (was able to dial with old 3360 of course @9600 bps) I enter
    > > info and it does dial but it seems to hang up instantly as the screen

    > shows
    > > calling then goes back to info screen. Am I missing something for this

    to
    > > work (feature added to account or setting on phone laptop??) I almost

    feel
    > I
    > > took a step backwards as I was able to go to any website with laptop

    > dialing
    > > up with 3360 (although 9600bps) as modem but now when I try with the

    6200
    > > (currently 0 BPS) I cannot connect at all! I need to know specifics if
    > > possible (account features, phone and laptop settings) as I have been
    > > getting the run around with this. Sorry so long but thanks for reading

    > and
    > > any constructive replies!
    > > --
    > > Sorry but due to so many viruses being sent by so many children!
    > > To reply remove spamsucks!!
    > > Thanks Frank
    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  4. #4
    Stella
    Stella is offline
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    Help with Nokia 3360

    Help me Frank!
    I'm looking to use my Nokia 3360 as a modem to connect to the internet. I have a Toshiba laptop, and want to get online by using my cell phone. Can you help me? What do I do??
    Thanks!
    [email protected]



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