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Gavin McCullagh wrote:
| Has anyone done this? Does anyone know how to do it? It seems like what
| I'm missing might be something Provider specific. I'm using O2. Siemens
| have a manual with settings for every company under the sun except eircell
| and O2 in ireland.
If you've got a Windows box at your disposal, set it up there, switch on
modem logging, and snag the AT commands from modemlog.txt. I've got this
working with GPRS on Vodafone using the following:
Note, the first line /is/ provider specific. You're assigning an APN.
The 2 in the first line matches - AFAIK - the 2's elsewhere; certainly
in the ATD line anyway. Consider it a profile number, since I don't know
the correct name for it. If you ask O2 tech support for the O2 APN they
should give it to you, I presume.
Waider. Or say, "wha?"
waider at waider.ie / Yes, it /is/ very personal of me
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