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Old 01-22-2008, 10:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Now, this seems to be a big issue that people have been experiencing.
- 8320 Wifi not connecting properly, unable to gain access, UMA not displaying, etc.

A lot of fixes I've recognized fall behind the router not allowing the traffic to come in and out for the device. Port forwarding may be the ultimate fix for this so that the device is still protected and not left wide open.

Does anyone know exactly what ports the device/provider's Wifi network connection requires? I don't have a device that is Wifi compatible, only using the 8310 w/ GPRS, but there's no doubt in my mind that most individuals would get sick of putting their devices in the DMZ to allow it to actually get into and out of a NATS-enabled network router.
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this has been discussed and answered multiple times in not only the wi-fi section of the board but also the FAQ section.
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Roger that... my apologies.
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