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PostPosted: Thu Apr 14, 2005 6:30 pm    Post subject: United States Reply with quote

GPRS access points that work with QuickIM software. We recommend you to use an Internet access point as opposed to a WAP access point. On some phones you need to set the Gateway IP to 0.0.0.0 for this (see the phones configuration forum for the list)

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 14, 2005 7:49 pm    Post subject: Access points (APN) for generic phones Reply with quote

When using QuickIM products over GPRS, we recommend an Internet access point as opposed to a WAP access point. Of course, please verify with you mobile operator that you do have a data access plan. Please read the phone specific configuration page for tips on the network settings for your phone. Below are suggested settings for the mobile operator in your country. They may have changed, please post your working configuration here so we can update the list.
Usually you just need APN and optionnally a 0.0.0.0 as the gateway IP and should not use the other values. On Blackberries and some other phones, you may want to test the gateway, port, login, password settings.

Operator Name:
APN (Access Point Name):
Gateway IP: (default is blank or 0.0.0.0, see your phone)
Port: (default is blank)
Login: (default is blank)
Password: (default is blank)

Operator Name: AT&T - VPN
APN (Access Point Name): public
Gateway IP:
Port: (default is blank)
Login: (default is blank)
Password: (default is blank)

Operator Name: AT&T
APN (Access Point Name): proxy
Gateway IP: 10.250.250.250 or blank
Port: 9201 or blank
Login: (default is blank)
Password: (default is blank)

Operator Name: Bell Mobility
APN (Access Point Name):
Gateway IP: 207.236.197.199
Port: 9203
Login: (default is blank)
Password: (default is blank)

Operator Name: Cincinnati Bell
APN (Access Point Name): wap.gocbw.com
Gateway IP: 216.68.79.199
Port: 9201
Login: cbw
Password: (default is blank)

APN (Access Point Name): isp.cingular
Gateway IP: (default is blank or 0.0.0.0, see your phone)
Port: (default is blank)
Login: ISPDA@CINGULARGPRS.COM or ISP@CINGULARGPRS.COM
Password: CINGULAR1

alternative configuration:

Operator Name: Cingular (MediaWorks)
APN: wap.cingular
Username: WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM
Password: CINGULAR1
call Cingular to make sure that the "Data Connect" plan is added in addition to your existing "BlackBerry Unlimited Data".

Nextel/Telus
nothing to be done for BlackBerry users

Operator Name: Rogers
APN (Access Point Name): internet.com
Gateway IP: (default is blank or 0.0.0.0, see your phone)
Port: (default is blank)
Login: (default is blank)
Password: (default is blank)
call Rogers and get the "internet.com Access Point Name" added to your account

Operator Name: Sprint
Sprint offers CDMA connections instead of GPRS. If you can help complete the Sprint wireless configuration settings here, please do help. Thanks.

For T-Mobile users, the best solution is to get the T-mobile Internet Unlimited plan (http://www.t-mobile.com/business/plans/internet.asp)

Operator Name: T-Mobile T-Zone
For Palm, you can use the following proxy settings:
proxy: 216.155.165.50:8080

On BlackBerry, go to Options->TCP (or Tools->TCP)
APN: wap.voicestream.com
Username: (default is blank) or Your T-MOBILE Username
Password: (default is blank) or Your T-MOBILE Password

The Username/Password is the login you use to login into the T-Mobile web site (http://www.t-mobile.com). If you haven't setup your password at their site then you'll need to do that. Attention, T-Mobile USA has blocked in the past access to all ports except 25, 80, 110, 143, 465, 993, and 995 for the BlackBerry plan. If the above settings don't work for you, you need to verify that there is no port blocking issue with them and ask them to get the "wap.voicestream.com Internet Access Point Name" added to your BlackBerry account (no extra charge) and authorize the internet ports 1863,1864. If the ports 1863,1864 are blocked, you won't have access to MSN.

Alternative settings reported by some users:

Operator Name: T-Mobile
APN: internet2.voicestream.com
Username: (default is blank)
Password: (default is blank)

Operator Name: T-Mobile VPN
APN: internet3.voicestream.com
Username: (default is blank)
Password: (default is blank)

Operator Name: Verizon
nothing to configure for BlackBerry 7250, but 6750 and 7750 need OS upgrade to 4.0.0.204 or later


alternative configurations

APN (Access Point Name): Verizon 1
Gateway IP: 153.114.115.100
Port: 9203
Login: (default is blank)
Password: (default is blank)

Verizon 2
Gateway IP: 12.168.70.74
Port: 9201

Verizon 3
Gateway IP: 153.114.115.100
Port 9203
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