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|vbuendia1012||Routing desitions between WiFi, GPRS and UMTS||5||Oct 5 2007, 7:33 PM EDT by Anonymous|
Thread started: May 15 2007, 8:53 AM EDT Watch
Here is my issue:
Whenever I get connected to a WiFi Acceess Point, it takes me a while to start using the WiFi service and the device continues using the GPRS/UMTS network.
The way I test it:
When I make sure I am connected to the WiFi Access Point (I look at my own access Point and I see my PDA as an active node and I look at my PDA and it is connected) I go to the web page "www.whatismyipaddress" and I see that I am still in the "Cingular" network; it takes me a while to start routing through the WiFi AP, the phone continues using the GPRS/UMTS network.
I think the device should be able to make a routing desition and use the WiFi as the preffered network all the time. This network is by far faster and provides very often a free service.
I wonder if anyone has any commets.
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