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this question might be dumb...
i am programming for pocket pc with a GPRS modem attached to it.
my question is...
i want to connect to our IIS server (some servlet/ASP) on the server, do i need any special knowledge of GPRS? or regular socket programming will be enough?

from my understanding once i have a connection with my wireless gateway i receive an IP and can use that to connect ? am i on the right track ?

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Yes if you have an Internet account from your operator...

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