18-Jan-2009 08:32 PM
Hi, does anyone know how to read MAC and IP address of the WLAN for 5800?
Some AP has the MAC filtering function and need to know MAC address
19-Jan-2009 11:17 PM
Thanks for the suggestion.
I found an easier way, just type
hi guys...i'm also having problem in connection my 5800 WLAN on a router...
I'm connecting my 5800 in our office but the connection has a proxy server and I can't find the option were I can configure the proxy server of my phone..
can anyone help me???
I really need your help..
Try Menu Key -> Settings -> Destinations -> Internet -> (Tap Access Point Name) -> Options -> Edit -> Options -> Advanced Settings.
You should see two boxes for Proxy Server address and Port.
I as well go my new 5800 a few days ago.
No problem connecting to the internet at home but at work I get connection to the network but when trying to open a internet page I'm getting the following message: "No gateway reply".
Any idea what do I have to do??
I also have a 5800 and it worked fine in the first days with th WLAN at home. After a few days it can not find any WLAN anywere. Starts looking at it never ends. Even if we try to connect by an Acess pont already registered. Any hint ? Thanks LC
I've also had problems with "No Gateway Reply". It is an issue that Nokia are aware of. I spoke to Nokia Support recently, because I could connect to a WLAN at work, but not at home - both have WPA/PSK encryption.
See my post about the problem in this thread.
Now let's all urge Nokia to fix these issues with connecting to some routers. They sold us a phone which advertised WLAN, but it doesn't work with all makes of router...
Not very happy at the moment. Get your act together Nokia!
As u told i hav entered the proxy address,but usually in my university we require username and password for login wen i connect wifi through my laptop...in this case wat shud i do in my mobile 5800? pls suggest me how to get connected..
20-02-2009 21:34 - last edited on 20-02-2009 22:14 by concordia
No Gateway Reply for the 5800.FIX
After spending days trying to sort this problem i think I have cracked it. 1. follow the instructions someone posted to enter the phone ip address, should be different to computers ip. then enter subnet same as pc then the gateway ip same as pc. the only real difference with my solution is that you have to enter the dns addresses as well, same as pc .
I am using XP open network connection, select the wireless network, on the left select view statusof this connection, tab will open, select support , then click details and youdns server numbers are displayed. Enter these in phone setting in.
I am using linksys WRT54GS, I dont have this problem with a netgear router at my friends, that connects streight away, without internal config of phone.
was on phone to nokia for 2 hours being passed from one depart. to another. didnt get anywhere.
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