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GPRS Help

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So I foud the settings on here to set up my GPRS through the T-Mobile T-Zones plan on my dash. The problem is it works for a few hours, then stops, telling me I can't access any sites. Anyone know of a solution? Here are the settings I'm using.

T-Mobile Data

connects to: wap network

access point: wap.voicestream.com

username and passwork: (leave blank)

authentication type: none

primary dns: 216.155.165.50

secondaty dns: 0.0.0.0

ip address: (leave blank)

name: tmobile gprs

connects to: wap network

access point: wap.voicestream.com

user name and password: (leave blank)

authentication type: none

primary dns: 216.155.165.50

secondary dns: 0.0.0.0

ip address: (leave blank)

name: tmobile proxy

connects from: wap network

connects to: the internet

proxy (name:port): 216.155.165.50:8080

type: HTTP

username and password: (leave blank)

now go back to the connections menu

click menu

select advanced

set all connections to automatic

IE

check automatically detect settings

select network: wap network

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