My N9 PR1.2 (30.2012.07-1_PR_001) won't connect to the Nokia-Servers VIA WLAN, only via cellular connection.
This happened with the PR1.2-update, when activating dev-mode and when updating preinstalled apps (Real Golf, AP Mobile und Accu-weather).
When trying via WLAN the download just won't start or gets stuck immediately with no error message. All other internet-services work fine via WLAN. That's why I'm assuming it's a problem with the Nokia-download-servers.
I successfully installed 15-20 apps from Ovistore via WLAN with no issues.
Of course I want traffic-intense Updates via WLAN and not via cellular. Any help is highly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
Thanks for your answer.
Any firewalls on the router/modem that could potentially be selectively blocking?
I don't think so.
It's a real simple router at factory-settings, port-forwarding is not set.
But I could set a rule for that, if I knew the IP adress(es) and ports of the update-servers.
Can anybody give that info?
Is there a way to look into the WLAN-traffic from the N9 (with a dev-tool probably)?
If it worked on one wifi, then the problem is not with the phone. It could be due to firewall settings or slow internet connection on the router/modem causing timeouts.
...firewall settings or slow internet connection on the router/modem causing timeouts...
cjlim, thank you so much for your answers.
But it's no slow internet connection on the router/modem at all. It is fast enough for anything else to work absolutely flawless on the phone and on the PC.
Both router and N9 show show each other with a perfect signal.
And there is no firewall on the router/mode.
Only way I could think of to check this, is to set a manual rule for port-forwarding.
I just don't have the required info.
Customer care is working on it, they say.
I also started a thread @ maemo.org, but the comments don't help much for a non-dev like me. Just ignore that libpango1.0-0 stuff, that's solved.
Badly enough, my devtools-networking is notworking anymore, since the update to PR1.2. Trying apt-get says it's already installed...