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Old 11-14-2006, 04:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default WAP browser over BES/MDS

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I have a new sprint 8703e connected to my BES server with MDS allowed. I'm able to view most intranet (BES only, behind my firewall) pages with no problem with the included browser. However, I have one page I keep getting a popup error 400 when I try to connect. This particular device supports both regular http and wap connections. I get the same error regardless of which URL I use.

When viewed in a regular desktop browser, this site opens a popup box (not popup window just an auth box) for authentication so I don't know if the browser has a problem with the auth page. I am able to ssh to the device using idokorro's ssh but I'd much rather use the web interface.

I tried opera mini 2 and 3 beta but there doesn't seem to be any way to tell opera to use BES/MDS so I can connect to my LAN. Is there a way to have opera use BES/MDS? Are there any other decent WAP capable browsers for the BB?

FYI, the device I'm trying to connect to is an APC PDU that will allow me to power cycle any of my servers remotely.

Help!!! This is one of the primary reasons I bought the blackberry...
Thanks, Jon
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