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Using Dial-up Networking to Make a GPRS Connection

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Using Dial-up Networking to Make a GPRS Connection
With most GSM/GPRS modems (except for some PC card modems that allow GPRS access through a network connection without using dial-up networking), you will need to define a dial-up networking connection in Windows that tells the gateway how to use the modem to make a GPRSconnection. Before continuing, you will need to determine the GPRS APN (Access Point Name), the IP address of the WAP gateway, and the MMSC Message Server URL that are used for sending/receiving MMS via your operator network. These settings are operator dependent, and it may be advisable to check the MMS configuration settings on a working mobile phone to determine the correct settings. Note that yourmobile operator possibly has multiple GPRS APNs and multiple WAP gateways, and you need the settings that are appropriate for MMS, not for WAP browsing or general internet connectivity. To define a dial-up networking connection, you will first need to ensure that a modem driver has been configured for your modem in Windows (this is done in the Windows Control Panel under Phone and Modem Options).If you do not have a modem driver for your modem, it is possible to use any of the "Standard" or "Generic" modem drivers that can be manually installed in the Control Panel. Dial-up Networking connections are then defined under "Network and Dial-up Connections" dialog in the Windows Control Panel. Note that if you are using multiple GSM/GPRS modems, you can define multiple Dial-up networkingprofiles. The process will vary slightly between different versions of Windows. The following steps describe the process under Windows 2000: Select "Make New Connection". The "Network Connection Wizard" is displayed. Select "Next".

http://www.nowsms.com/beta5/DialUpGPRS.htm

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The "Network Connection Type" dialogwill be displayed. Select "Dial-up to private network", and select "Next".

On the "Select a Device" dialog, select the GSM/GPRS modem that you will be using for this GPRS

http://www.nowsms.com/beta5/DialUpGPRS.htm

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connection, and select "Next".

Enter "*99#" as the phone number to dial, and do not useWindows dialing rules.

The system might prompt you whether to create this connection for all users, or only for the current user.

http://www.nowsms.com/beta5/DialUpGPRS.htm

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Select "All Users". The final step of the wizard is to assign a name for the Dial-up networking connection. You will need to configurethe Now SMS/MMS Gateway to use this named connection, so assign a name that is easy to remember.

Usually after the "Network Connection Wizard" is complete, Windows will automatically display a "Connect" dialog for the connection that was just created. If you do not see this dialog, return to the Windows Control Panel, Select "Network and Dial-up Connections", and select your connection. The"Connect" dialog should then be displayed:

http://www.nowsms.com/beta5/DialUpGPRS.htm

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Before testing the configuration, we need to define some additional properties for the GPRS connection, so select the "Properties" button. The "Properties" dialog, should display a screen similar to the following:http://www.nowsms.com/beta5/DialUpGPRS.htm

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Go to the "Networking" tab. In the "Components checked are used by this connection" list, ensure that only the "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" component is selected. Then highlight that component, and select "Properties".

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