C o n t r o l   p a n e l
HP printer selection
See "Managing mobile printing settings," p.89.
Service command editor
Service requests, also known as USSD commands, are messages that you send to your service provider. These may be activation
commands for network services.
To send a service request to your service provider, select 
Extras
 > 
Service command editor
, type the service request, and press
Send
.
Internet setup
Go to 
Desk
 > 
Tools
 > 
Control panel
, and select 
Connections
 > 
Internet setup
.
To connect to the Internet, you need an Internet access point.
For connecting to the Internet over GPRS, the device has predefined, default Internet access point settings. You can create new
Internet access points yourself, or you may receive your Internet access point settings in a message from your service provider.
This might reduce the number of settings you need to enter yourself, or eliminate the need altogether.
The exact values for the settings are usually provided by your service provider. Follow the instructions given to you by your
service provider very carefully.
Tip: You may need to set up several Internet access points, depending on the sites you want to access. For example,
browsing the Web may require one setup, and accessing your company intranet may require another connection.
Tip:  If you delete a default Internet access point, you can restore the access points with the 
Restore default IAP
application. Go to 
Desk
 > 
Tools
 > 
Control panel
 > 
Connections
 > 
Restore default IAP
, and press 
Yes
.
Setting up an Internet access point
1. Select 
Connections
 > 
Internet setup
.
2. Press 
New
. You can use an existing Internet access point as a basis for the new one: after you have pressed 
New
, press 
Yes
.
Select the access point from the list, and press 
OK
.
3. Define the settings.
Internet settings name
   Enter a descriptive name for the connection.
Internet settings type
   Select the connection type. Depending on which connection you select, only certain settings will
be available during the setup process.
Network ID
   Select the network ID according to the destination network you want to access with the Internet access
point. You can rename, and create new network IDs. Using the correct network ID ensures that the data traffic is routed
directly to the desired destination network. Especially VPN (virtual private network) software may restrict data traffic for
a certain destination network. Network ID can be used to filter Internet access points when establishing an Internet
connection.
GPRS access point name
 (for GPRS only)   If you are not using a default Internet access point, define a name for the access
point. You can obtain the name from your network operator or service provider.
Telephone number
 (for GSM data only)   Type the modem telephone number of the Internet access point.
Password prompt
   Change this to 
Yes
 if you must write a new password every time you log on to a server, or if you do
not want to save your password to the device.
User name
   Type a user name if required by the service provider. The user name may be needed to make a data
connection, and is usually provided by the service provider. The user name is often case sensitive.
Password
   A password may be needed to connect to the Internet, and is usually provided by the service provider. The
password is often case sensitive.
4. After defining the settings, press 
Advanced
 to define advanced settings, if necessary. Otherwise, press 
Finish
 or 
Done
 to exit
the setup wizard.
Configuring advanced Internet access point settings
Press 
Advanced
 when you have finished setting up the basic Internet access point settings. The pages and options available
depend on the connection type you have selected.
IP configuration page
Note that the two protocols (IPv4 and IPv6) require slightly different settings.
Network type
 (for GPRS only)   For a GPRS connection you must specify which protocol you want to use.
Auto retrieve IP
   If you select 
Yes
, the IP address is obtained automatically from the server. This setting is also called dynamic
IP address.
IP address
   The IP address of the device. If the IP address is obtained automatically, you are not required to enter details here.
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