|Profiles and policies / Configurations for Android device profiles|
With the Access Point Name configuration you specify an Access Point Name (APN) configuration for mobile devices. APN configurations define how devices connect to a mobile network.
|APN||The APN that the device quotes when it opens a connection with the carrier.
This must match an APN that the carrier accepts. Otherwise, the connection cannot be established.
|User-friendly name||An optional name that is displayed on the device in addition to the APN.|
|Proxy server and port||The address and port of the HTTP server that is used for web traffic.|
|User name, User password||A user name and password for connecting to the APN.|
|Server||The WAP Gateway Server.|
|MMSC||The Multimedia Messaging Service Center (MMSC).|
|MMS proxy server and port||The address and port of a HTTP server that is used for communication with the MMSC.|
|Mobile Country Code (MCC), Mobile Network Code (MNC)||MCC and MNC for specifying the carrier.
The APN is only used for this carrier.
|Authentication type||The authentication method for PPP connections.|
|APN type||The types of data connection that this APN is used for.
To use the APN for all data types, enter * or leave the field empty.
|Bearer||The Radio Access Technology (RAT) that the carrier uses.|
|Protocol||The network protocol that is supported by the carrier.|
|Roaming protocol||The network protocol that is supported by the carrier when in roaming mode.|
|Use as default APN||If selected, devices will use this APN as default.
An error is raised when you try to select this option in more than one Access Point Name configuration.