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Topic # 8470 3-Jul-2006 01:07
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hello, i have a tungsten t2, and i want to connect to the internet from it using Webpro. i thought i had all the settings correct, i had my ip address in, my dns address in. Then i go to sign on. it appears to be working, it says intalizing, signing on, then all of a suden it says  error:timeout(0x1212) and if i cancel the sign on, a box comes up and says dns error. what is all this? how can i fix it?     thanks

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Reply # 40342 3-Jul-2006 09:43
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Welcome to Geekzone... There's not much we can help with, because of little information provided. You should tell us more about this.


For example how are you connecting? Via a cellular network, wi-fi, Bluetooth? If Bluetooth what kind of device is providing the network access?







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Reply # 40369 3-Jul-2006 12:33
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well, i can connect with my imac G5 using bluetooth, but all i can do is send files between the devices.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 40371 3-Jul-2006 12:46
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And you are trying to access the Internet through a connection sharing on your iMac? If this is the case it won't work. The Mac OS X doesn't provide the support for the type of connection you need.







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Reply # 40374 3-Jul-2006 13:00
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well, thats not my only option. i also have wireless internet hooked up to my pc in a different room. what other options do i have of making this work? now i know that using it with my mac wont work, but my pc doesnt have bluetooth. what else can i do?

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  Reply # 40389 3-Jul-2006 15:58
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You basically have 3 options:

1. Get Bluetooth added to your PC - either via pci card, dongle or a BT Router.
2. You could purchase a Wifi SD Card for your Tungsten T2 (though I don't know if they still exist for such an old model)
3. Purchase a newer model that has Wifi built into it.

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