NAP CSP

The NAP (Network Access Point) Configuration Service Provider is used to manage and query GPRS and CDMA connections.

Note This configuration service provider requires the ID_CAP_CSP_FOUNDATION and ID_CAP_NETWORKING_ADMIN capabilities to be accessed from a network configuration application.

For the NAP CSP, you cannot use the Replace command unless the node already exists.

The following diagram shows the NAP configuration service provider management object in tree format as used by OMA DM. The OMA Client Provisioning protocol is not supported by this configuration service provider.

nap csp (dm)

./Vendor/MSFT/NAP
Root node.

NAPX
Required. Defines the name of the network access point.

It is recommended that this element name is specified as a numbered node beginning at zero. For example, to provision two network access points, use "NAP0" and "NAP1" as the element names. Any unique name can be used if desired (such as "GPRS-NAP"), but no spaces may appear in the name (use %20 instead).

NAPX/NAPID
Required. Specifies the identifier of the destination network.

The NAPID value must not include a "@" character. If the NAPDEF configuration service provider defines it as “connectionID@WAP”, this value should be set to “connectionID”.

NAPX/NAME
Optional. Specifies the user-friendly name of the connection.

NAPX/ADDR
Required. Specifies the address of the destination network.

The ADDR may be the URL of an access point, the APN name for a GPRS access point, the telephone number of an answering modem, or any other string used to uniquely identify the address of the destination network.

NAPX/ADDRTYPE
Required. Specifies the type of address used to identify the destination network.

The following table shows some commonly used ADDRTYPE values and the types of connection that corresponds with each value.

ADDRTYPE Value Connection Type

E164

RAS connections

APN

GPRS connections

ALPHA

Wi-Fi-based connections

NAPX/AuthInfo
Optional node. Specifies the authentication information, including the protocol, user name, and password.

NAPX/AuthInfo/AuthType
Optional. Specifies the method of authentication. Some supported protocols are PAP, CHAP, HTTP-BASIC, HTTP-DIGEST, WTLS-SS, MD5.

NAPX/AuthInfo/AuthName
Optional. Specifies the user name and domain to be used during authentication. This field is in the form Domain\UserName.

NAPX/AuthInfo/AuthSecret
Optional. Specifies the password used during authentication.

Queries of this field will return a string composed of sixteen asterisks (*).

NAPX/Bearer
Node.

NAPX/Bearer/BearerType
Required. Specifies the network type of the destination network. This can be set to GPRS, CDMA2000, WCDMA, TDMA, CSD, DTPT, WiFi.

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