10-11-2010 03:12 PM
I think it depends on the APN the wireless provider gives you.
For instance, Movistar (telefonica) gives us blackberry.net as the default APN and it does not work, no matter what APN you put manually (Advanced Options/tcpip).
What APN are you using?
10-11-2010 06:51 PM - edited 10-11-2010 06:52 PM
yes it depends on your apn. this doesn't mean that the app doesn't work though. i use CINGULAR apn since it is on ATT network in USA.
your issue is with your cellular carrier and RIM not Eagle Eye app or our app.
10-11-2010 06:57 PM
I agree with you. Too bad Movistar does not have its own APN as default as ATT does.
By the way, I was thinking about a VPN connection to a router, then the tunnel will make me reach the DVR.
Do you know about a VPN client , IPSEC or similar that works on BlackBerry?.If VPN works, then the Apps will work. Don't you think?
Thanks for the comments
10-13-2010 05:29 AM
in our app we support BES as a virtual vpn. basically you can piggyback off of your BES to get to the internal network like a vpn. Of course this only works if you have your bb attached to a BES and the BES has access to the camera on the internal network.
with any regular vpn client i think you will run into the same APN issue you are having now. Anything outside of the regular web browsing/email will require a real data apn, not the blackberry.net basic one.
03-31-2011 05:10 PM
I want to come back to this issue.
With Bold9700 (OS5.0, vodafone.de) I have used EagleEyes 1.2.1 many times.
I have to add manually the APN. web.vodafone.de (User: vodafone, Password: vodafone).
Last week I have changed the OS to V6.0 (provided by vodafone.de), but unfortunately EagleEyes does not work any longer :-(.
It makes no changes using an APN or not.
Have done a ping to my AVR recorder, this works fine.
After clicking the page, I will get in the same moment the error message: "Connection failed".
Any hint is welcome.
Exists there any other program to check the AVR ?