Originally Posted by Mark Rejhon
The driver instructions are included as part of my modem FAQ.
For dialing into your LAN, just replace the #777 (GPRS tethering) with some other number (GSM CSD dial-up data).
However, this is only if CSD is supported by your carrier, and I am not familiar with whether or not BlackBerries support CSD.
Mark, the string you mentioned is CDMA tethering, GPRS is *99# or *99***X# where X is whichever GPRS modem set you choose to use.
Firstly, you will need to make sure your carrier supports CSD as Mark mentioned. Most carriers that once had the old wap services before GPRS do support this. Secondly, you will need to make sure that your SIM's profile has CSD on it or you will be unable to make the connection. Furthermore, CSD only maxes out at 14.4 so it would be helpful if your carrier supports HSCSD (maxes out at 43.2) which most North American carriers do not. It would be more worth your while to use GPRS or EDGE as this will give you a faster connection overall aside from the benefits that go along with GPRS vs. CSD such as being able to take a call in middle of a session (GPRS pauses your session for voice calls), and paying per KB instead of per minute.