From: Fergal Moran
"This is Roberts WAP page" - it comes down correctly - so it would appear
that your MIME type would be correct. When you are trying to browse it on
your phone what are you using as your WAP gateway. Remember that a web
server alone is not enough to view WAP pages - you need to have a WAP
gateway to convert UDP - TCP/IP and WML - WMLC. There are 2 public
gateways that I know of
Ericsson at 188.8.131.52 and wapHQ at 184.108.40.206. Put this into the
IP address setting of your 7110 or the gateway setting if it's an ericsson.
Kannel offer a good open source gateway at www.kannel.org if you want to
run your own gateway.
"Robert D. Elliott" <rde at irelands-web.ie> on 29/03/2000 14:00:45
To: ilug at linux.ie
cc: (bcc: Fergal Moran/962264/Ireland/Europe/EKC)
Subject: [ILUG] WAP and apache
I've been trying to configure apache so it'll take WAP connections from my
trusty nokia, but something is afoot. I *thought* that I just had to add
MIME stuff into srm.conf and restart httpd, but this doesn't seem to work.
I'm trying to get what I assume is a valid .wml file (I nicked one from a
web site and stripped nearly all the text), but my phone tells me "bad
answer from origin server". If you feel like trying, point your phone at
The xfer log reports a valid GET command.
Robert Elliott Systems Administrator, Planet Cyber Cafe
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