You need to ask Eircell to enable HSCSD in order to get access to higher speeds,
if it is a company phone you have to get your company's designated corporate
contact to ask.
You just need to remember to reset the speed back to 9600 on your computer if you
as most other networks cannot handle HSCSD at the moment.
Damian O' Sullivan wrote:
> Do you have to inform eircell you want to use the higher speed?
> Has anyone got linux dialing with a 6210?
>> Damian O'Sullivan Open Systems Engineer
>> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Donncha O Caoimh [mailto:donncha.ocaoimh at tradesignals.com]
> > Sent: 29 May 2001 11:39
> > To: social at linux.ie> > Subject: [ILUG-Social] Internet apps for the palm
> > Finally got my Palm Pilot online thanks to some help from the
> > other CLUG
> > guys last Thursday :)
> > Owen Kelly got his 6210 dialling Indigo over 087 using their
> > high speed
> > stuff (HDLC?) but with a special init string. If you've got a
> > "16k" SIM,
> > and told Eircell you want the high speed connection you might have to
> > use the following init string for the phone to conenct at 28.8
> > AT +CBST=0,0,1;+CHSN=4,0,0,0;
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