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Old 12-08-2007, 11:55 AM
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setting up mms on Linux phone - help plz

I have a UTstarcom DV007. I am hoping someone is familiar with this phone or can help me work out how to set up the mms. I have asked my phone company (telstra) but because its a linux based rather than a microsoft based operating system they handballed me a bunch of generic settings and left me to it.

the generic settings are...
connection name Telstra.mms
Data Bearer GPRS
Access Point Name telstra.mms.mnc001.mcc505.gprs (or just telstra.mms)
Username leave blank
Password leave blank
Authentication normal
Gateway IP 10.1.1.155 (10.1.1.180:80 for WAP2 handsets)
Port 9201
Homepage or Push Server Access http://mmsc.telstra.com:8002
Connection Security off
Session mode Permenant


I set up a new connection setting with the details
Bearer - gprs
APN - telstra.mms.mnc001.mcc505.gprs
Gateway - 10.1.1.155

which connects ok and I am able to send sms. I have also attached gprs under my network settings.


Under the mms settings I have
MMS Center http://mmsc.telstra.com:8002

Connection type I'm assuming this is http
  • HTTP
  • WSP CL
  • WSP CO
Network Account I have this set to my new connection setting which I called telstra mms

CMCC GPRS(IP)
  • CMCC CDS(IP)
  • CMCC GPRS(WAP)
  • CMCC CDS(WAP)
  • telstra mms
WAP Gateway 10.1.1.155
Login from the above should be blank?
Password also left blank?
Realm No idea what this is..
Secure Port 9201
HTTP Port 9201

I'm not sure if there are any other places I should be looking for settings
Any help, advice or assistance would be sincerly appreciated.
TIA
Lisa

Last edited by DancingMouse : 12-08-2007 at 11:58 AM. Reason: forgot to mention what phone I had!
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Old 13-08-2007, 7:09 AM
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Hi Lisa,

Welcome to the forum.

The main issue with inputting your own network settings is that if something is just slightly off , the whole service of mms/text/wap etc will have problems.

I find it amazing that any network is unable to send over the air configurations by text. Talk about not helping the user.

Try the handset manufacturers website. Nokia's website has a link that allows you to send such settings to your handset , so maybe they have too.

One obvious avenue is to 'google'

Good luck Lisa.
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