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    GPRS seems to connect fine but can't get any data with Blazer. The default username provided by the GPRS upgrade software is "hs_null", APN is "internet", and DNS are 213.55.128.1 & 2. I have contacted Orange twice and they have provided me with username "orange" and APN "internet" both times and once password "wap" and once password "internet" - but it felt like they didn't know what they were talking about. Every setting I try has the same result... GPRS connects but no data will transmit.

    A seemingly useful link I found in my hunt for settings is
    http://www.taniwha.org.uk/gprs.html

    Any pointers would be helpfull... thanks.
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    I have quiet the same problem. I can't use Blazer with a GPRS connection. I just can send and receive emails in this mode. I've tried EudoraWeb in GPRS, and it's a little bit better. Is Orange GPRS connection or Blazer in fault ?
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    Originally posted by HeyGuy
    GPRS seems to connect fine but can't get any data with Blazer. The default username provided by the GPRS upgrade software is "hs_null", APN is "internet", and DNS are 213.55.128.1 & 2. I have contacted Orange twice and they have provided me with username "orange" and APN "internet" both times and once password "wap" and once password "internet" - but it felt like they didn't know what they were talking about. Every setting I try has the same result... GPRS connects but no data will transmit.

    A seemingly useful link I found in my hunt for settings is
    http://www.taniwha.org.uk/gprs.html

    Any pointers would be helpfull... thanks.
    the thing they gave you is for wap over GPRS, and not for surfing, you need a seperate GPRS contract together with the normal contract for GPRS
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    Make sure the staff at Orange are giving you the correct config. information. Tell them it is not WAP.
    Also, they will have to enable GPRS on your account. This is an extra CHF5 per month.

    I'm surprised at HS. Orange is an official seller of Treos so you would expect their config. info to already be in the GPRS software.

    Swisscom don't sell Treos yet the config. info is already in the Treo GPRS software so you don't need to do anything. Oh, Swisscom don't charge the extra 5 francs per month for GPRS.
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    I think all these information could be very useful for the french community, so I just make a little pub: don't forget the french forum for the tréo at http://groups.msn.com/TreoFrance

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