Configuring APN's PAP authenticat ion / Habilitando la autenticaci贸n PAP para mi APN

by Fran S谩nchez » Wed, 15 Jul 2009 00:26:49 GMT


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 Buenos das.

Tengo la HTC Magic (con Android 1.5).
Para mi trabajo necesito configurar una APN que tenga autenticacin
PAP, adems necesito configurar mi propia IP y DNS.
Veo que es imposible hacerlo con mi versin actual. Mi pregunta es:
cambiar esto en prximas versiones? Hay alguna aplicacin de
terceros que lo haga?

Muchas gracias.

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Good morning.

I'm not able to configure my HTC Magic (with Android 1.5) to make PAP
authentication (in APN settings).
In order to use my work's provider I would also need to configure my
IP and DNS (which are provided to me).

My question is: will it change in future versions? Is there any third
party app to make it?

Thank you very much.

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