3G mobile as a modem

Using your 3G/GPRS mobile phone as a modem on a Mac. There are two main things you need to setup your mobile phone as a 3G (or GPRS) modem on your Mac, a driver for your mobile and the connections settings for your mobile network.You should be able to find a driver at Ross Barkman’s Home Page. Ross has excellent scripts for most popular phones.

Here is a list of the configurations for some Australian mobile networks:

             

Operator

  • Access Point Name
  • Username 
  • Password 
  • Optional Settings

Optus

  • internet 
  • [blank]  
  • [blank]  
  • DNS: 202.139.83.3, 192.65.91.129 

Telstra

  • telstra.internet 
  • [blank]  
  • [blank]  
  • DNS: 139.130.4.4, 203.50.170.2 

Three

  • 3netaccess 
  • DNS: 202.124.68.130, 202.124.76.66 

Vodafone

  • vfinternet.au 
  • [blank]  
  • [blank]  
  • DNS: 192.189.54.33, 210.80.58.3

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