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AEE_NET_ENETNONET error on Onda N5050

I am in London, UK, running Netdiagnostics with a TIM Onda N5050 which I've put an O2 SIM in. I;ve set up the O2 Mobile Web access point and tested that the browser can correctly download a web page using this access point, which it can.

However, when I run the Netdiagnostics example application on the device and attempt a UDP echo test to one of our servers, I get error 554 (AEE_NET_ENETNONET) reported. I see from the AEEError.h file that this means Network Subsytem Unavailable. I've seen a previous posting from Ben at Airsource mentioning he's successfully run Netdiagnostics on this device. Does anyone have any thoughts as to what I may not be doing correctly?

Thanks

A few things you can check:
* Make sure that the "Web Access" privilege is checked in the MIF on your device.
* Try running the example from the simulator to verify that your echo server is behaving as expected. This will also help isolate which specific call is failing.
* Try using TCP instead of UDP. (You'll probably get the same results, but it's good to make sure.)
* Verify that Airplane Mode/Standalone Mode is disabled on the phone. I'm assuming this is the case, since the web browser was working.

A few things you can check:
* Make sure that the "Web Access" privilege is checked in the MIF on your device.
* Try running the example from the simulator to verify that your echo server is behaving as expected. This will also help isolate which specific call is failing.
* Try using TCP instead of UDP. (You'll probably get the same results, but it's good to make sure.)
* Verify that Airplane Mode/Standalone Mode is disabled on the phone. I'm assuming this is the case, since the web browser was working.

Thanks cirion. Connections are now working. I've changed nothing, just tinkered around trying to use other access points and a different SIM then went back to the O2 SIM and access point and all just worked...strange.

Thanks cirion. Connections are now working. I've changed nothing, just tinkered around trying to use other access points and a different SIM then went back to the O2 SIM and access point and all just worked...strange.

kevben wrote:Thanks cirion. Connections are now working. I've changed nothing, just tinkered around trying to use other access points and a different SIM then went back to the O2 SIM and access point and all just worked...strange.
The stack on the Onda is dodgy as hell. Seems to crash on a regular basis (i.e. unable to make/receive phone calls, never mind anything else).

kevben wrote:Thanks cirion. Connections are now working. I've changed nothing, just tinkered around trying to use other access points and a different SIM then went back to the O2 SIM and access point and all just worked...strange.
The stack on the Onda is dodgy as hell. Seems to crash on a regular basis (i.e. unable to make/receive phone calls, never mind anything else).

Thanks for the info Ben, was wondering if you or anyone had run any of their own apps on the recently launched 3 Skypephone? Perhaps this might be a more reliable GSM device?

Thanks for the info Ben, was wondering if you or anyone had run any of their own apps on the recently launched 3 Skypephone? Perhaps this might be a more reliable GSM device?

Just in case anyone was wondering about this device... we have just bought one for our BREW testing and we've got our app running without any problems!

Just in case anyone was wondering about this device... we have just bought one for our BREW testing and we've got our app running without any problems!