Sprint 3G connection Setup

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    Has anyone configured Zeroshell to use the Sprint 3G Network?
    I am using a BlackBerry 8330.

    I do not have any idea on how to configure it in Zeroshell. I suspect that there are special commands that I know nothing about.

    Help is greatly appreciated.

    #47351

    According to the site ‘http://www.webmessenger.com/support/APN.jsp’.

    Carrier:AT&T (USA)
    APN:proxy
    User name:
    Password:

    Carrier:AT&T (VPN) (USA)
    APN:public
    User name:
    Password:

    Carrier:Bell Mobility (USA)
    APN:internet.com
    User name:
    Password:

    Carrier:Cincinnati Bell (USA)
    APN:wap.gocbw.com
    User name:cbw
    Password:

    Carrier:Cingular (USA)
    APN:isp.cingular
    User name:ISPDA@CINGULARGPRS.COM or ISP@CINGULARGPRS.COM
    Password: CINGULAR1

    Carrier:Cingular (USA)
    APN:blackberry.net
    User name:
    Password:

    Carrier:Cingular Blue/formerAT&T (USA)
    APN:proxy
    User name:
    Password:

    Carrier:Cingular Orange/MediaWorks (USA)
    APN:wap.cingular
    User name:WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM or blank
    Password: CINGULAR1

    Carrier:Dobson/Cellular One (USA)
    APN:cellular1wap
    User name:
    Password:

    Carrier:Nextel/Telus/Rogers Sprint CDMA (USA)
    APN:internet.com
    User name:
    Password:

    Carrier:T-Mobile Internet (USA)
    APN:internet2.voicestream.com
    User name:
    Password:

    Carrier:T-Mobile VPN (USA)
    APN:internet3.voicestream.com
    User name:
    Password:

    Carrier:T-Mobile/T-Zone (USA)
    APN:wap.voicestream.com
    User name:blank or your T-Mobileuser name
    Password: blankor your T-Mobile password

    Carrier:SunCom (USA)
    APN:internet
    User name:
    Password:

    #47352

    The Blackberry is being detected as available drive space, but not as a PPPO Interface.

    Does anyone have the command that will allow the Sprint Blackberry 8330 to be seen and used in the Zeroshell Software?
    I am at a lost.

    #47353

    Agreken
    Member

    Not sure about the Blackberry. I can, however, say that using my Sprint 595u USB modem I have had the best success ever in trying to use Linux as a true firewall/router!

    – Plugged it in
    – Clicked New 3G Modem
    – Selected Use as Default Route

    BAM! Internet access and my internal LAN was up and running!

    Thanks Fulvio! Awesome job!

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