cerij

Orange UK GPRS / MMS Settings

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Here's how I finally set my Qtek 8500 up for GPRS and MMS on Orange UK:

Start > Settings > Connections > GPRS

Create a connection called Orange GPRS with the following settings:

Connect To: The Internet

Access Point: Orangeinternet

Primary DNS: 158.43.192.1 [you may find that 0.0.0.0 also works]

Secondary DNS: 158.43.128.1 [again 0.0.0.0 may work]

All other fields blank.

Then Done and back to the GPRS menu. Create a connection called Orange MMS as follows:

Connects to: WAP Network

Access Point: Orangemms

User name: Orange

Password: Multimedia

Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0

Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0

All other fields blank

Then Done and back to the GPRS menu. Create a connection called Orange WAP as follows:

Connects to: WAP Network

Access Point: Orangewap

Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0

Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0

All other fields blank.

Press Done twice to return to the Connections menu. Click on Proxy. Create an entry called Orange WAP Proxy. Settings:

Connects from: WAP Network

Connects to: The Internet

Proxy: 192.168.71.35

Type: WAP

All other fields blank.

Press Done twice then click Dial-up (this may not actually be needed). I have an entry called Orange CSD WAP which is as follows:

Connects to: The Internet

Phone number: +447973100500

User name: Orange

Password: Multimedia

All other fields blank.

Press Done twice then click Menu > Advanced

All fields set to Automatic.

Return to the Home Screen then Start > Messaging > MMS > Menu > Options > Account Options > MMS > Menu > MMSC Settings. Create or edit the existing entry as follows (call it Orange UK or Orange MMS):

MMSC URL: http://mms.orange.co.uk/

WAY Gateway: 192.168.224.10

Port: 8080

Connect via: WAP Network

Max Sending Size: 300K

WAP Version: Version 2.0

And I think that's it! You may see slightly different settings elsewhere, but these are the ones that finally worked for me! :)

Edited by cerij
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