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dual conection in htc s730

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I have a htc s730 with windows mobile 6 standar (SO CE 5.2.1622).

I configured two conections, one to Internet and other to my Intranet. When I want to change the conection from Internet to Intranet (or from Intranet to Internet) I have to close the data connection, and then open the other connection. How can I configure the htc to change conection automaticaly?

thanks, and sorry for my poor english.
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by:elpamyelhsa
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Good Question, Did you Check "Settings -> Connections -> Connections -> Advanced" and either "Select Networks" or adding any local addresses to the "Exceptions" List
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by:itacyl
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Yes.

I tried two configurations, automatically select the connections and another choosing  connection that you should use in each case. I also have configured the exceptions to the Intranet.

I have also tried to connect switches off after 30 seconds of inactivity, but this will not work.
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Hello

Comm manager -> phone -> band -> network type -> "AUTO => GSM"
band GSM/UMTS -> "AUTO => UMTS"
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