19.3.02 SL42-SL45-ger.fm U35 /SL45i- English, A31008-H4860-A1-3-7619 Setup 69 Menu ! Setup ! Network ! then select a function: Save Dial-in Access Dial-in access numbers for WAP are not normally suitable for Java™ (depending on the Service Provider). All Dial-in Access numbers that you use for the fixed network Internet (WWW, HTTP) can also be used for Java™. Under certain circumstances, therefore, it may be necessary to use two different Dial-in Access numbers for WAP and Java™. You can also find WAP or dial-in parameters on the product CD in the WAP_OTA directory or on the Internet at: www.my-siemens.com/sl45i A Dial-in Access must be defined to use WAP and thus Java™. A maximum of 5 dial-in accesses can be defined. Normally these settings are already made by the Service Provider, and they might only need to select one Dial-in Access. New entry Store entries for the Dial-in Access. If no Dial-in Access is available, select New entry in the empty list and enter the following parameters (CSD Settings): Dial-in Access-Menu Profile name: Various functions are possible depending on the situation: Give the Dial-in Access a name or overwrite a default name. Dial-up no.: Enter node dial-in number (ISP). Select ISDN or anaCall type: logue. Login-name: Enter user name (login name). Password: Enter password (hidden display). Linger-time: Enter time in seconds after which a connection should be ended if there is no input or data exchange. New entry Delete Delete all Java standard Options Generate new entry. Delete selected entry. Delete all profiles. Define a Dial-in Access as standard for the Java™ download functions. This access is indicated with a coffee cup in the list. You can also define a separate Dial-in Access for individual Java™ applications (p. 39).