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PeluruSilver
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Username: Pelurusilver

Post Number: 1
Registered: 05-2004
Posted on Friday, May 21, 2004 - 05:53 am:   

Hi, need somebody help to setting my now/sms software from my pc. i test with mobile modem, it works. but it will charge me as usual. how about if i want to connect thru HTTP. the only thing i know is the setting from my nokia 3650 (as stated below). for your info, i'm using company proxy server to connect to internet with proxy server 202.190.116.25:6969. theres a firewall in the proxy. so, how do i setup the now/sms software with these info.

need your help.}

INTERNET OVER GPRS SETTING
Standard Setting:
APN celcom.net.my
Homepage http://celcom.net.my
IP Address ( blank )
Username (blank)
Password (blank)
GPRS Dial- Up Number *99***1#


WAP OVER GPRS SETTING
Standard Setting:
APN wap.celcom.net.my
Homepage http://wap.celcom.net.my
IP Address 10.128.1.242
Username (blank)
Password (blank)
Port Name 9201




E-MAIL OVER GPRS SETTING
Standard Setting:
Protocol/Mailbox Type POP3
Outgoing Mail Server smtp.celcom.net.my
Outgoing Port 25
Incoming Mail Server pop.celcom.net.my
Incoming Port 110




MMS OVER GPRS SETTING
Standard Setting:
APN mms.celcom.net.my
Homepage http://mms.celcom.net.my
IP Address 10.128.1.242
Username blank
Password blank


Bryce Norwood - NowSMS Support
Board Administrator
Username: Bryce

Post Number: 2651
Registered: 10-2002
Posted on Tuesday, May 25, 2004 - 05:53 pm:   

I am sorry, but I do not understand what you are asking.


quote:

i test with mobile modem, it works. but it will charge me as usual. how about if i want to connect thru HTTP.




If I understand correctly, it sounds like you have things working, but you want to send for free instead of paying for it. And you think that HTTP is the answer.

Unless your operator has an interface that allows you to send for free (which is unlikely), then there is not a general free service that you can connect with.
PeluruSilver
New member
Username: Pelurusilver

Post Number: 2
Registered: 05-2004
Posted on Wednesday, June 30, 2004 - 03:20 am:   

if there is no way to send for free, i understood.
my new problem now is to send mms from my nokia 8310. i tried to send txt msg and it was successfully send out. but i failed to send mms. i guess the setting at MMSC was wrong.(from phone i can view webpage thru gprs-phone setting is correct) With the info i stated before, how to set the MMSC to enable the MMS? i always got "Unable to Fetch URL......"
Bryce Norwood - NowSMS Support
Board Administrator
Username: Bryce

Post Number: 2944
Registered: 10-2002
Posted on Wednesday, June 30, 2004 - 05:10 pm:   

The default mode for NowSMS is to perform direct delivery of MMS using a combnation of SMS and WAP technologies. This is not allowed by some operators, but it also gets complicated to setup when a firewall/proxy is involved (in this mode, receiving devices need to be able to connect back to NowSMS over the internet).

So, let's concentrate on setting up to route messages through the operator MMSC.

The following can be used as a general guide:

http://www.nowsms.com/documentation/ProductDocumentation/mms_notifications_and_c ontent/Connecting_to_operator_MMSC.htm

Basically, in the "MMSC Routing" dialog, you need to add a connection for the operator MMSC, and then make that the default route.

"Account name" and "Account Description" can be set to any value as they are used only internally by NowSMS.

"Default Sender Address" should be left blank.

"Allow sender address override" should NOT be checked.

"Route messages to this account ..." can be left blank (as long as you make this the default route).

"Route messages to VASP via" should be "MM1".

"Server Address" should be "mms.celcom.net.my/".

"Login Name" and "Password" should be blank.

"Use specific Network connection (GPRS Modem)" should be checked.

"Network Connection" should be set to "Modem: name of your modem driver".

"WAP Gateway IP Address" should be "10.128.1.242".

"Modem Used" should be "name of your modem driver".

"GPRS APN" should be "mms.celcom.net.my".

"Login Name" and "Password" should be blank.

Press "Test Connection" to test your settings.

-bn

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