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Originally Posted by sjgadsby View Post
This may be beyond Nokia's control though. I've heard Sprint has frequently changed how WiMAX devices must be provisioned on its network, leaving device manufacturers struggling to keep up. A last minute provisioning change by Sprint could explain the lack of compatible WiMAX devices at launch. The manufacturers may all be rushing new code through development and testing.
I heard that Sprint has changed authentication a few times and I posted about the custom registration front end before. XOHM is not exactly an open network according to my definition.
 
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More realization that Xohm is not an open network...

http://gigaom.com/2008/10/08/sprints...nly-half-open/
 
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http://mobile.slashdot.org/mobile/08/10/11/011256.shtml
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I experienced the same issue posted on the blog link above... ...at least initially during provisioning of the device. Initially with provisioning I was only able to connect via the XOHM portal - within the hour I had a full XOHM connection and no longer had to use the XOHM portal.

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