On Tue, 01 Oct 2002, Waider wrote:
> 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:
>> 'OK' 'AT+CGDCONT=2,"IP","isp.vodafone.ie"'
> 'OK' 'AT+CGQREQ=2,0,0,0,0,0;+CGQMIN=2,0,0,0,0,0'
> 'OK' 'ATD*99***2#'
>> 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.
Found a page on O2/DOL last night which said it was in fact "internet" but
still didn't work. I'll try this with windows tonight,
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