for wap settings, from another post
Control Panel-> Connections-> Internet accounts-> New
Account Name: T-Mobile wap (or whatever you want to call it)
Connection Type: GPRS
Server > check Username and Password required
> user name: wap
> password: (leave blank)
> address: wap.voicestream.com
Log-In > check Get IP address automatically
> check Get DNS address automatically
Proxy: leave blank
Other: > check Enable PPP extensions
> Authentication: Normal
QOS: leave whatever's default
Now press Done all the way until you get back to Control Panel.
Then Control Panel-> WAP accounts-> New
Account name: T-Zones (or whatever you want to name it)
Internet Account: Preffered
Use Proxy: check
User name: (blank)
Then press Done.
Still under WAP accounts, click Preferred >
Use WAP account: check
Preffered: T-Zones (or whatever you named your wap account).
Now, the weird part is that nowhere in the WAP settings you have to input the T-Mobile wap page as your homepage. What I did is I just bookmarked it on the browser as http://wap.myvoicestream.com. That's if you want to.
Another weird thing, even though we were using the WAP APN, we were still able to go to regular websites.
Control Panel-> Messaging Accounts-> MMS
Service Center Address: http://184.108.40.206/servlets/mms
Wap Account: T-Zones
Automatic: Off (unless you want to automatically download every MMS that is sent to you)
Leave everything default under the Advanced button.
Hope these settings work for you. Post your results please.
Last edited by Josef on 12-04-2002 at 00:05