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Old 06-06-2006, 11:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can any non-BES user tell me the HRT information, including Name, NPC, APN and IP/Ports?

I need such datas to get my BB online.

Just need these datas in NON-BES BBs.

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Go to Options>Advanced Options>Host Routing Table and click on the one you want and select "View"
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Does the HRT change for BES users?
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Go to Options>Advanced Options>Host Routing Table and click on the one you want and select "View"
I know this but I just want another provider's HRT now.
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Does the HRT change for BES users?
I do believe that the HRT can point the BB to connect which server: BES user will connect the BES while BIS user will connect to the provider.
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The host routing table tells the device how to make data connections to the blackberry network based on the mobile network the device is currently associated to. 310 is the Mobile Country Code (MCC) for the US. 410 is the Mobile Network Code (MNC) for Cingular. 260 is the MNC for T-Mobile, etc. So, most Cingular customers will use the 31041030 entry, etc.

It doesn't change for BES/BIS.

List of US MNCs: http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php?t=657335

Cingular's entry points to 206.51.26.192 ports 19791:19790
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