WAP settings

       You can access WAP settings, using in the left part of main program window. It looks as follows:

wsexplorer

 

       Select WAP settings item and the following panel will appear to the right of Phone Explorer:

 

wswapsettings

 

NOTE:

Please, don't read WAP settings while editing them from your phone's keypad. When you edit WAP settings points from your phone's keypad, the are unavailable for external phone management programs.

 

       This is WAP settings brief information panel. You can read WAP settings from the phone, write all or specified settings to phone, save and load settings from file, copy them to another phones using toolbar. Note that you can't copy setting to a phone, which doesn't have corresponding bearer. In other words you can't copy for example setting with "SMS" bearer to another phone where are WAP settings have "GSM" bearer only.

       Here you can customize common WAP settings like name, homepage, session mode, security and bearer. You can define active setting also. To do that just choose corresponding check box and active setting will be set in the phone immediately.

       To edit additional parameters just double click on corresponding cell in the grid or select necessary setting in Phone Explorer. The following panel will appear:

 

wswapsettingsaddparams

 

       Common parameters:

       Settings name Name of the set. Default names look like 'Set X', where X is the number of the set.

       Homepage Set URL address to Homepage given by service provider.

       Connection security WTLS on/off

       Session mode: Continuous (Permanent) /Temporary Select the session mode that is supported by your WAP services service provider.

       Additional parameters depend on type of data bearer. There are 4 types of Data bearer: SMS, GSM, GPRS and USSD. Type of data bearer depends on your phone model. Note that all settings depend on service provider. It may happen that you won't be able to access service with the defined settings. To be sure that your settings are correct, contact your service provider.

 

       GSM

Authentication type: Normal(PAP)/ Secure (CHAP) This option is Normal by default.

Data call type: ISDN/Analogue This setting depends on the modem pool of service provider.

Data call speed: Automatic/9600/14400 The data transmission rate is determined automatically. Most networks support this option and this is as default.

9600 A fixed data transmission rate is used. If you have problems with a making data call, try this option.

14400 Can be used if supported by the network. Do not use this option, unless you are sure your network supports it.

Login type: Automatic/Manual This option is Automatic by default.

Dial-up number Set the phone number given by the service provider

IP address Internet address of a WAP gateway, NOT a DNS server or your own IP address. Enter here IP address, provided by Internet service provider if needed.

User name Your own ISP dial-up login name.

Password Your own ISP dial-up password.

 

       GPRS

Authentication type: Normal(PAP)/ Secure (CHAP) This option is Normal as default.

IP address The internet address of a WAP gateway, NOT a DNS server or your own IP address. Enter here IP address, provided by Internet service provider if needed.

Access point Name set the of your access point.

 

 

GPRS Connection: Always online/When needed

 

 

 

Always Online - if you have chose this mode, registration to a GPRS network is performed automatically at power on (if a GPRS network is available). Always online mode allows quick connection setup, and delays are minimized when connecting for instance to WAP services.

When Needed - when this mode is selected, GPRS registration and connection are only established when you start to use applications utilizing GPRS (e.g. WAP and PC dial-up). Connection and registration to the GPRS network are terminated when you end the WAP or PC dial-up application.

User name Your own ISP dial-up login name.

Password Your own ISP dial-up password.

 

Note: Don't forget to ask your settings from your own service provider.

 

NOTE:

Our program does not contain any embedded GPRS modem drivers and does not provide Internet access functionality. For this purpose, please, use your default system browser and the drivers provided by the phone's manufacturer.

 

 

 

 

See also:

Working with Oxygen Phone Manager for Nokia phones