C o n n e c t i v i t y
Creating a new configuration server profile
The configuration server profile contains the settings for the remote server. You can create several profiles if you need to access
You may receive the configuration server profile settings as a special message from your service provider.
1. If you have no profiles defined, press
, otherwise press Menu, and select
2. If you already have profiles defined, choose whether you want to copy the values from an existing profile to be used as the
basis for the new profile.
Define the following settings on the different pages of the dialog:
Type a name for the configuration server.
Type the unique ID to identify the configuration server. Contact your service provider or system administrator
for the correct value.
Write a password to identify your device to the server. Confirm the password.
to allow the server to initiate a configuration session.
if you do not want the server to ask for your confirmation when it initiates a configuration session.
Select how you want to connect to the server.
Select the access point you want to use for the data connection to the server.
Type the URL address of the server. Contact your service provider or system administrator for the correct
Type the port number of the server. Contact your service provider or system administrator for the correct value.
Enter your user ID for the configuration server. Contact your service provider or system administrator for
your correct user ID.
Type your password for the configuration server. Confirm it in the
field. Contact your service
provider or system administrator for the correct password.
if you need to send your user name and password to the HTTP server. In the
dialog, enter your user name and password, and press
To edit the configuration profile settings, select the profile, and press
To delete a profile, select the profile, and press the backspace key.
Tip: If you have deleted or modified the predefined PC Suite profile, you can restore it by pressing Menu, and selecting
Reset PC Suite profile
This device supports packet data (GPRS), high speed data calls (HSCSD), and GSM data calls.
Packet data (general packet radio service, GPRS)
GPRS enables wireless access for mobile phones to data networks (network service). GPRS uses packet data technology where
information is sent in short bursts of data over the mobile network. The benefit of sending data in packets is that the network
is occupied only when sending or receiving data. As GPRS uses the network efficiently, it allows for quick data connection set
up and fast data transmission speeds.
You must subscribe to the GPRS service. For availability and subscription to GPRS, contact your network operator or service
Enhanced GPRS (EGPRS) is similar to GPRS, but it enables faster connection. For more information on the availability of EGPRS
and data transfer speed, contact your network operator or service provider. Note that when you have selected GPRS as a data
bearer, the device uses EGPRS instead of GPRS if this is available in the network.
Note that during a voice call, you cannot establish a GPRS connection, and an existing GPRS connection is put on hold.
High speed data calls (high speed circuit switched data, HSCSD)
HSCSD enables data transmission rates up to 43.2 kb/s, which is four times faster than standard data rates of the GSM network.
HSCSD is comparable to the speed of many computer modems that communicate with fixed telephone networks.
For availability and subscription to high speed data services, please contact your network operator or service provider.
Note that sending data with HSCSD may drain the battery faster than normal voice or data calls, as the device may send data
more frequently to the network.
GSM data calls
A GSM data call enables data transmission rates of up to 14.4 kb/s. For availability and subscription to data services, contact your
network operator or service provider.
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