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Hi All,
I have application client - server application running on emulator properly. But i want to test on the Nokia 6310 device which supports Wap. Is there any way to establish communication with the server(Tomcat) running on my PC? I am in the GSM network. How can i configure my PC to communicate with the phone. I tried with the notmal PPP connection but the connection is getting terminated immediately.
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Hari Krishna
 
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HI,
To the best of my knowledge, you can use the following types of connections from a PC to device.
1) Infrared
2) Bluetooth
3) Cable connection
Read also http://nds1.nokia.com/phones/productsupport/6310/qg_pc_6310_eng.pdf
Hope this helps
 
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