When it says that a phone supports "XHTML over TCP/IP" what does it really mean? It still uses GPRS to transport data dont it? Does the phone get an IP-address when its online? I'd be happy if someone could explain this to me.
TCP/IP is a transport protocol like the WAP Stack is, the GPRS is a bearer for browsing.
*Series 60 Developer Platform Designing XHTML Mobile Profile Content (Section about TCP/IP)
*Introduction to WAP over GPRS
*WAP 2.0 with XHTML over TCP/IP - Key Enabler for Mobile Services
Phone doesn't have same kind of IP-address than the PC's.
See Symbian document:
Last edited by Tumpelo; 2004-07-01 at 12:19.