Make sure you its not a comms problem between the palm and the mobile.
Get a terminal emulator and make sure you can get the mobile to respond to
AT commands .Set the terminal emulator to connect to serial (set the
serial to infrared instead of cradle in the "serial/ir" part of the
pilots perferances program.)
Then try typing something like
which should of course should get an OK reply.
If that much works try atdt,1891,(what ever indigos number is)
and see if it connects you may need to play around with init strings to
get the mobile to talk to indigo modems.
On Sun, 5 Mar 2000, Gary Mc Closkey wrote:
>> I'm trying to connect to an ISP with a palm pilot/irda mobile and it ain't working. It dials, connects (14400), and as per the login script waits for 'name:' - no quotes. I've tried oceanfree and indigo and both get stuck here.
>> The phone is a motorola timeport. It's a IIIe pilot, with the irda enhancemant and OS 3.1.1 . I know that 3.3 improves irda stuff, but guess who didn't find out the IIIe isn't flash-upgradable until after he bought it. doh.
>> PS the login script is
> waitfor name:
> send UserId
> send CR
> waitfor word:
> send Password
> send CR
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