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HI,
If your internet connection is cable connection, then unplug the coaxial cable and power cable from the cable modem and then unplug the power cable of the router and then wait for 2 minutes then first plug in the power to the modem and the coaxial cable , wait until all the lights come up then plug the power cable of the router then it would work. you will be able to ping the WAN ip and will be able too go online.
Thanks & Regards, Prema.

Posted on Apr 12, 2011

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Cingular WAP settings

Hi..i am providing you with the WAP and other settings,but still if you need any help,then please contact Cingular at 866.CINGULAR(866-246-4852)

For CSD (Wireless Internet)
Function Setting
Settings Name: Cingular Wireless Internet
Home Page: http://device:home or http://device.home
Session Mode: Permanent
Connection Security: On
Dial-up Number: 14152441012
Gateway IP Address: 66.209.11.61
Authentication Type: Secure
Dial Type: ISDN (on network)
Analogue (off network)
Login Type: Automatic
User Name: [email protected]
(All upper case)
Password: CINGULAR1
(All upper case)

For GPRS (Wireless Internet Express)
Function Setting
Settings Name: Cingular Wireless Internet Express
Home Page: http://device:home or http://device.home
Session Mode: Permanent
Connection Security: On
APN: wap.cingular (lower case)
PDP_Type: IP
Gateway IP Address: 66.209.11.61
Authentication Type: Secure
Login Type: Automatic
User Name: [email protected]
(All upper case)
Password: CINGULAR1
(All upper case)

Now to set up MMS (Multimedia Services)
Name: MMS
Homepage: http://mmsc.cingular.com
Gateway IP 1: 66.209.11.61
Port 1: 9201
Domain 1: (blank)
Service type 1: WAP
Gateway IP 2: (leave alone)
Port 2: 9201
Domain 2: (blank)
Service type 2: WAP
DNS 1: (leave alone)
DNS 2: (leave alone)
Timeout: 10 minutes
CSD No.1 14152441012
Username 1: [email protected]
password: CINGULAR1
Speed(bps): 9600
Line type 1: ISDN
CSD No.2: (blank)
User Name 2: (blank)
Password 2: (blank)
Speed(bps)2: 9600
Line type 2: ISDN
GPRS APN: [email protected]
Username: [email protected]
Password: CINGULAR1

Good luck :-)
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How to ping an IP address in Windows Applies to Windows XP, Windows Vista and...

How to ping an IP address in Windows

Applies to Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7

1. Click Start - Run

2. Next enter "CMD" and click OK

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3. Next at the command prompt type "ping" then press the space bar and then enter the IP address that you would like to ping. After you have the command typed press the Enter key.

Example: ping 192.168.1.1

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4. If the IP address is valid and not blocked by a firewall then you should get a responce that looks like this.


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Note if you get a message like shown below this means that the ether you do not have a valid IP or ICMP Echo requests are being blocked.


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In most cases it is being blocked by the device that you are trying to ping. However it can be block in the Windows firewall or other software firewalls. The links below will help you verify that you have ICMP Echo enabled on your computer.

How to allow ping (ICMP Echo) request through Windows 7 Firewall

How to allow ping request through Norton Internet Security 2010 Smart Firewall
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No internet connection it is a unlock phone from t mobile to att

Hai, Go into Web Sessions and change the Internet and MMS settings to those appropriate for AT&T. If the T-Mobile settings are locked, create new settings and make them the the default. Each carrier has its own setting but those settings are the same for any phone on that carrier's network.
Browser Settings (in web sessions): ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: Cingular Wireless Internet
Homepage: http://device:home or http://device.home Service Type 1: WAP Gateway IP 1: 66.209.11.61 Port 1: 9201 Domain 1:  Service Type 2: WAP Gateway IP 2: 000.000.000.000 Port 2: 9201 Domain 2:  DNS 1: 000.000.000.000 DNS 2: 000.000.000.000 Timeout: 15 minutes CDS No. 1:  User Name 1:  Password 1:  Speed (Bps) 1: 9600 Line Type 1: Modem CDS No. 2:  User Name 2:  Password 2:  Speed (Bps) 2: 9600 Line Type 2:  GPRS APN: wap.cingular User Name: [email protected] Password: CINGULAR1 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MMS Settings (in web sessions):
Name: Cingular MMS
Homepage: http://mmsc.cingular.com Service Type: WAP Gateway IP 1: 66.209.11.61 Port 1: 9201 Domain 1:  Service Type 2: WAP Gateway IP 2: 000.000.000.000 Port 2: 9201 Domain 2:  DNS 1: 000.000.000.000 DNS 2: 000.000.000.000 Timeout: 15 minutes CDS No. 1:  User Name 1:  Password 1:  Speed (Bps) 1: 9600 Line Type 1: Modem CDS No. 2:  User Name 2:  Password 2:  Speed (Bps) 2: 9600 Line Type 2:  GPRS APN: wap.cingular User Name: [email protected] Password: CINGULAR1 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ MMS Settings (in Message Center>>>Message Setup>>>MMS Message Setup): Hide fields: Cc.Bcc.Priority Autosignature: Download: Automatic Filter: Expire After: 5 days Reply Type: MMS Size Limit: None Server Info: Cingular MMS>>>Select Server Info>>>Current Server>>>New: Service Name: Cingular MMS
Server Name: http://mmsc.cingular.com Web Session Name: Cingular MMS.
Some settings may not have to be entered for all phones because they are set at the default for those models. You can leave the User Name and Password fields blank.
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Gprs/ wap setting for PDA pocket PC phone

Google "GPRS" "Settings" and your provider name. (T-Mobile or AT&T) You should find a lot of answers. Here is one that works for me even though Cingular isn't their name anymore:

Name: Cingular
Homepage: h t t p :// device.home «--remove spaces
Service Type 1: WAP
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User Name 2: <blank>
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User Name: [email protected]
Password: CINGULAR1

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Can not send or receive multimedia messages.

Maybe internet is shut off on your phone?
Here are the internet settings for Cingular: Internet Setting Cingular:
Profile Name: Cingular
GPRS setting:
APN: wap.cingular
User Name: WAP @ CINGULARGPRS.COM
Password: CINGULAR1 (ALL UPPERCASE)
Time Out: Off
Primary Gateway IP: 66.209.11.61
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Secondary Gateway IP: 0.0.0.0
Port: 0
DNS Server:BLANK
CSD setting:BLANK
Dial in number NONE
Query at Logon: (NO CHECK MARK)
User Name
Password
Baud Rate Auto
Line Type: ISDN
Time Out Off
DNS Server:
Then go to your browser and enter the following settings:
Profile Name: MEdia Net
Homepage: device.home
Network Link: Cingular
MMS Settings:
Profile Name: MMS over HTTP
MMSC: http : //mmsc.cingular.com/ (No Spaces)
Max Sending Size: 30K
Network Profile: Cingular


and T Mobile: Internet Setting T-Mobile
T-MobileWeb Settings:
Primary IP Address: 216.155.165.050
Secondary IP Address: (Blank)
Access Point Name (APN): wap.voicestream.com
Data Bearer: GPRS
Profile Name: GPRS
Username: (Blank)
Password: (Blank)
Home Page: http://wap.myvoicestream.com
Picture Messaging Settings:
Multi-Media Service Center (MMSC) Address: http://216.155.174.84/servlets/MMS
Validity Period: 72 hours
Hide ID option (if option exists): set to off, no, or disabled

and Fido: Internet Setting FIDO
Profile name: FidoWAP
GPRS setting:
APN: wap.fido.ca
Username: fido
Password: fido
Timeout: 15 minutes
Primary Gateway IP: 205.151.11.11
Port 8080
Secondary Gateway IP: (blank)
Port: (blank)
DNS Server: (unchecked)
CSD Setting:
Dial in number: (blank)
Query at logon: (unchecked)
Username: (blank)
Password: (blank)
Baud Rate: Auto
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Timeout: Off
DNS server: (unchecked)
Then press Save.
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Profile Name: Fido MMS
APN: mms.fido.ca
Username: fido
Password: fido
Timeout: 15 minutes
Primary Gateway IP: 205.151.11.13
Port: 8080
Baud Rate: Auto
Line type: Modem
Timeout: off
Then click SAVE.
THEN
Messages-->Service Setup-->Multimedia Message
Default profile: FidoMMS
(all other settings are to your preference)
Tap the box beside Default Profile and ensure that FidoMMS is the default profile.
Settings for MMS profile goes
Profile name: FidoMMS
MMSC: http://mms.fido.ca
Max Sending Size: (your preference)
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Home: ((Set whatever page you like here))
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DNS: <>
Linger Time: 180
MMS Accounts (Main Menu -> Messaging -> Messaging Settings -> MMS Settings)
Profile Name: Rogers MMS
Proxy: Rogers MMS
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Network Timeout error.... Going crazy! Up until about a week ago, I was able to access www.packratwiki.com without a problem. Now, I am getting a network timeout error. None of the computers in my...


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I am assuming that you are using a router/firewall for your home network which is hooked up to your modem or probably a combo of both. First of all if the problem persists you have to make sure that your firewall / router is not blocking this IP. In order to check this out ...

1. If it is just this site that you are not getting: download a program called ultrasurf. Install and see if when you provide the IP above and get the website to come in. I checked the website for you and it is online and working. So it is a local problem.

2. If it is all the sites you're not getting and you know how to configure your router, I would give it a go and reset it.

3. FInally: you have to add this site to the exceptions of your firewall so that he lets it throughOnce you have determined which one of the 2 problems is yours. Add the site to the exceptions of your firewall so that you don't stay using ultrasurf for browsing that site. By the way use google to look up the program i mentioned :)

I hope that I was of help to you :)
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HTC P3400i

Hopefully you mean the south of the USA if so here you go

GPRS Web Session:
Homepage: http://172.23.1.135:8080/cellularone.wml
Service Type 1: WAP
Gatewap IP 1: 172.23.1.252
Port 1: 9201
Service Type 2: WAP
Gateway IP 2: 172.23.1.252
Port 2: 9201
Timeout: 15 minutes
GPRS APN: cellular1wap

MMS Web Session:
Homepage: http://www.openmobilealliance.org/
Service Type 1: WAP
Gateway IP 1: 172.23.1.252
Port 1: 9201
Service Type 2: WAP
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WAP54G bricked power led blinking LAN connection shows as not connected

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Help me please!!

  1. Validate the following:
    • Name: MEdia Net
    • Homepage: http://device.home
    • Service Type 1: WAP
    • Gateway IP: 66.209.11.61
    • Port 1: 9201
    • Domain 1:leave Blank
    • Service Type 2: WAP
    • Gateway IP 2: 000.000.000.000
    • Port 2: 9201
    • Domain 2: blank
    • DNS 1: 000.000.000.000
    • DNS 2: 000.000.000.000
    • Timeout: 15 minutes.
    • CSD No 1: 14152441012 or 18472549271
    • Username: [email protected] (required for CSD use only)
    • Password CINGULAR1 (required for CSD use only)
    • Speed (Bps) 1: 9600
    • Linetype 1: ISDN
    • CSD 2: leave Blank
    • Username 2: leave Blank
    • Password 2: leave Blank
    • Speed (Bps): 9600
    • Line Type 2: ISDN
    • GPRS APN: wap.cingular
    • Username: [email protected]
    • Password: CINGULAR1
  2. Click Done
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