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itchy11jr
Another copy and paste deal put useful info


Motorola and nokia and SE are very similar, i'll note the differences so i dont have to write it twice
http://www.taniwha.org.uk/files/Motorola3G2004-05.sit <--Moto scripts
http://www.taniwha.org.uk/files/Son...n3G-2005-01.sit <--SE scripts
http://www.taniwha.org.uk/files/Nokia3G2004-12.sit <-- Nokia Scripts
(install them in to /Library/Modem Scripts/ folder-you dont need the text scripts...)

make sure the phone is paired to your laptop, go to the bluetooth tab under the network panel in system preferences,
PPP tab:
**telephone number WAP.CINGULAR (caps are important) ** (this may be different if you pay for the full internet-use ISP.CINGULAR)
all things should be unchecked in teh ppp options button except TCP header compression
Username box should have WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM if you are using the WAP.CINGULAR access point, and it should have ISP@CINGULARGPRS.COM or you could try your luck wiht their "compression" server, ISPDA@CINGULARGPRS.COM

In the password box, the password is CINGULAR1 for all 3 of those usernames/APN's


under DNS use the following 2 servers:
66.209.10.201
66.209.10.202
now under bluetooth modem, wait for dialtone before dialing, enable error correction and compressiion should be checked.
As for the modem script, you'll have to try all of the ones you installed (things are called Motorola 3G CID 1 or 2, Nokia 3G CID 1, etc...) cos it varies for different phones
acheck show modem status in menu bar if it isnt already
hit apply now, and then try connecting! the phone may ask for permission for a connection. accept it if it needs it! if it refuses to connect, try killing tcp header compression and/or error correction and compression
eliasjan
QUOTE (itchy11jr @ Feb 11 2007, 07:19 AM) *
Another copy and paste deal put useful info


Motorola and nokia and SE are very similar, i'll note the differences so i dont have to write it twice
http://www.taniwha.org.uk/files/Motorola3G2004-05.sit <--Moto scripts
http://www.taniwha.org.uk/files/Son...n3G-2005-01.sit <--SE scripts
http://www.taniwha.org.uk/files/Nokia3G2004-12.sit <-- Nokia Scripts
(install them in to /Library/Modem Scripts/ folder-you dont need the text scripts...)

make sure the phone is paired to your laptop, go to the bluetooth tab under the network panel in system preferences,
PPP tab:
**telephone number WAP.CINGULAR (caps are important) ** (this may be different if you pay for the full internet-use ISP.CINGULAR)
all things should be unchecked in teh ppp options button except TCP header compression
Username box should have WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM if you are using the WAP.CINGULAR access point, and it should have ISP@CINGULARGPRS.COM or you could try your luck wiht their "compression" server, ISPDA@CINGULARGPRS.COM

In the password box, the password is CINGULAR1 for all 3 of those usernames/APN's


under DNS use the following 2 servers:
66.209.10.201
66.209.10.202
now under bluetooth modem, wait for dialtone before dialing, enable error correction and compressiion should be checked.
As for the modem script, you'll have to try all of the ones you installed (things are called Motorola 3G CID 1 or 2, Nokia 3G CID 1, etc...) cos it varies for different phones
acheck show modem status in menu bar if it isnt already
hit apply now, and then try connecting! the phone may ask for permission for a connection. accept it if it needs it! if it refuses to connect, try killing tcp header compression and/or error correction and compression

Thanks For The Info
Raindeer123
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