Originally Posted by ina-nyminute
This is for student learning purposes.
I'm not sure of the network architecture requirements of BES, also not sure of what Boost gives it's customers.
I have the 20 cents a day Boost internet plan.
I'm trying to avoid paying a carrier for a data plan for this exercise.
I realize I can't get to a BES on Boost, but I'm thinking that if I host the bes myself it may be different, I think I just answered my own question, it can't be done.
I'll put the question out there anyway. (fire retardant suit is on!)
Can boost(pre-paid nxtl) network support a blacberry (7520) on BES.
I have an Exchange Server that I can bring up.
I also have the free BES Express.
I don't want to use my Verizon bb to learn about BES, due to it's 99.999 uptime business requirements which Verizon & Mailstreet is good at.
So, I have a 7520 laying around that I can use on Boost.
Will the protocols on Boost support this, or do I need to pay NXTL to use TCP/IP(or whatever BES requires)?
lol, sounds like something I tried to do last year.