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Old 07-23-2003, 11:37 PM   #16
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P5CRR,

This is more than you probably want or need but I just typed all the config settings so that I can re-enter after I get my phone upgraded to the latest version of the firmware (to solve the Bluetooth headset crackle).

Here is the specification of my devices:

Palm:

Sony Clie NV70X / Palm OS 5
Mark Space Mail 1.05 (Internet email application)
NetFront 3.0 (Browser application)
Sony Bluetooth Memory Stick and Palm OS 5 Drivers

Phone:

SonyEricsson T610 with built-in GPRS and Bluetooth
Network: AIS (GPRS activated)

Email Account:

CS-Internet
incoming server: mail.cscoms.com (110)
outgoing server: mail.cscoms.com (25)
email id: peter
password: ********

Palm OS5 Parameter Settings on Sony Clie:

Bluetooth Prefs:
Bluetooth: Enabled,
Device Name: PWClie
Allow Discovery: Yes
Trusted Devices: PWT610 Type: Phone

Connection Prefs:
Connection Name: GPRS-BT
Connect to: Modem
Via: Bluetooth
Device: PWT610
Dialing Touchtone
Volume: High
Details: Speed: 115,200 BPS, Flow Ctl: Automatic, Init String: ATZ

Network Prefs:
Service: AIS-GPRS
User Name: ais
Password: ais
Connection: GPRS-BT
Phone: *99***1# (where 1 is the CID of the AIS-GPRS data account on the T610)
Details:
Connection Type: PPP
Idle Timeout: Never
Query DNS: not checked
Primary DNS: 202.183.255.20
Secondary DNS: 203.183.255.21
IP Address: checked - Automatic
Log in Script: End

Mark/Space Mail Options:
Account: CS-Loxinfo
Real name: Peter Walker
Email address: peter@cscoms.com
POP3 Username: peter
Network: AIS-GPRS (selected from pop-up as set in Network prefs)
POP3 host: mail.cscoms.com
POP3 Password: assigned
SMTP Host: mail.cscoms.com
Leave Mail on Server: checked
POP3 Port: 110
SMTP Port: 25
SMTP Authentication: not checked

NetFront (browser) Options:
Service: AIS-GPRS (selected from pop-up)

Current SonyEricsson T610 Phone Settings:

Connectivity - Bluetooth:
Bluetooth: turn off (means that it is now on)
My Devices: PWClie, Supported Services: Synchronization, Object push
Options: Visibility: Hide Phone
Options: Phone Name: PWT610
Options: Supported Services: dial up, file transfer, handsfree, headset, imaging, object push, serial port, synchronization

Connectivity - Data Comm:
1. AIS-GPRS
- APN: internet
- User Id: ais
- Password: ais
- Password Request: off
- Allow Calls: Automatic
- IP Address: ...
- DNS Address: 202.183.255.20
- Authentication: normal
- Data Compression: on
- Header Compression: off
- Quality of Service: no changes from default settings
Preferred Service: GPRS and GSM checked
SMS Access: GSM
2. AIS-MMS (CID=2)
3. AIS-WAP (CID=3)

I hope that you find this useful. Of course, many of your settings will be different based on the ISP and GPRS provider that you use. In my case, AIS published all of their specific settings on the web pages.

Regards
Peter
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