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    Jo King
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    "Mr Nice" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I have installed the Nokia Modem software and set up the APN on the
    > phone to payandgo.o2.co.uk in the phones Settings/GPRS Modem Settings,
    >
    > I have set up a connection in the Network Connection section, the dial
    > in number is *99# username is payandgo and password id password
    >
    > In the manual I downloaded from the Nokia site is shows a different
    > set of setting boxes in the config modem, so I'm a bit lost now. I
    > have no options in my config setting for flow control and such like as
    > per the manual. I think the manual is pre XP SP2 ( bound to be really)
    > So what other setting would I need to do.
    >
    > It also says to set the settings up in the Control Panel Nokia Modem
    > Option but when I start this everything is grayed out. Even with
    > Bluetooth turned on. I seen no option in the Bt setting to connect to
    > the phone like I used to with just XP. Seems SP2 has removed these
    > option to connect through a COM port.
    >
    >
    > The 2 devices are paired and see each other ok
    >
    > Any help welcome


    GPRS dialup through 02 PAYG doesn't seem to be allowed by 02. I've tried
    loads of different permutations for the connections settings and it just
    will not connect.





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  2. #2
    David
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    Re: Modem setting for a 6310i on a laptop

    Mr Nice wrote:
    > On Mon, 14 Feb 2005 08:03:17 -0000, "Jo King"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >
    >>GPRS dialup through 02 PAYG doesn't seem to be allowed by 02. I've tried
    >>loads of different permutations for the connections settings and it just
    >>will not connect.
    >>

    >
    > what about through Basic WAP then ?
    > 915000 isn't it ?


    915000 is the shortcode for O2 WAP via GSM, if you want to use a GSM
    dial-up connection (rather than GPRS) you could try using a
    pay-per-minute ISP (lots of services out there using local-rate dial-up
    numbers as a back-up to main ISP.)Set up the connection normally in your
    connections folder and use the Bluetooth modem. Be warned, any such
    connections are painfully slow!
    As for setting up GPRS, check with your service provider that you have
    *full* GPRS-data service enabled and not just WAP. Then check the
    service settings in your phone, they can be sent by text message by
    service provider.
    I'd also suggest that you uninstall the Nokia connection manager and
    create the connection in your Network connections folder using the
    corect parameters.



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