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Duplicate IP and Gateway addresses for T-Mobile GPRS (UK) in XP - c500


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Hi,

Here's a wierd one. When my c500 connects (via USB on XP) to T-mobile's UK GPRS network, T-mobiles appears to be assigning it the same IP address for both the default gateway and the device itself!

I've been away from my c500 for a while (dire N70 on T-mobile, UK, better camera on hols), but I've decided to re-use it as a USB GPRS modem, using my new T-Mobile Flext/Web'n'Walk account (the c500 is fully unlocked).

Problem I have is that although I CAN get a network connection using the c500 under Windows XP, all attempts to connect to the web or ping fail. I set up some DNS entries within the phone, but still nothing. So I issued a 'ipconfig /all' from a command line and I get the same IP for both the default gateway and the phone itself! This can't be right???

Any ideas on how to rectify this?

Thanks

Rich

P.S. Please have a look at the attached command line image, just to verify that I'm not going mad.

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Hi,

Here's a wierd one. When my c500 connects (via USB on XP) to T-mobile's UK GPRS network, T-mobiles appears to be assigning it the same IP address for both the default gateway and the device itself!

I've been away from my c500 for a while (dire N70 on T-mobile, UK, better camera on hols), but I've decided to re-use it as a USB GPRS modem, using my new T-Mobile Flext/Web'n'Walk account (the c500 is fully unlocked).

Problem I have is that although I CAN get a network connection using the c500 under Windows XP, all attempts to connect to the web or ping fail. I set up some DNS entries within the phone, but still nothing. So I issued a 'ipconfig /all' from a command line and I get the same IP for both the default gateway and the phone itself! This can't be right???

Any ideas on how to rectify this?

Thanks

Rich

P.S. Please have a look at the attached command line image, just to verify that I'm not going mad.

Strange. Can you /renew your IP address?

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Strange. Can you /renew your IP address?

Thanks for the idea but when I try to release or renew my connection, I'm greeted with the message:

" is not enabled for Dhcp".

I've looked in XP's TCP/IP config for the gprs/modem connection, and is it set up to obtain its IP address and DNS entries, which I understood to mean 'Dhcp'.

I just wan't to surf away from home :)

Rich

P.S. I've tried this on my works PC (also XP SP2), and the conection details are wrong there, too.

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I've looked in XP's TCP/IP config for the gprs/modem connection, and is it set up to obtain its IP address and DNS entries, which I understood to mean 'Dhcp'.

No, DHCP is one specific way of obtaining the IP settings, usually used on "normal" networks.

A PPP connection - which you are using - has its own built way of obtaining the IP settings. Since it is not using DHCP, you cannot use DHCP commands on a PPP connection.

Sorry, I cannot help you with your problem. Just wanted to clear up some of the confusion.

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