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Topic # 7052 14-Mar-2006 23:54
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Hello,

I want to connect together wifi and bluetooth of my ipaq Hx 4700.
Is this possible? Anybody has a solution?
Can i make this network bridge internally?
Thank you for your answers.

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Reply # 30742 15-Mar-2006 08:17
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I understand you want to route the traffic from one to another on your iPaq? If this is the case, then it can not be done. The Windows Mobile OS does not provide routing capabilities, and I am not aware of any (currently) available software for this.







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  Reply # 30789 15-Mar-2006 21:10
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Thank you for your reply.

I am student to master of research, and I have to measure the qualite of the voice over IP between a pc on a wired lan and a pda wifi equipped of a bluetooth headset. I had thought for the measure up to the headset, to link a pc bluetooth with the pda. But I need this network bridge in the pda.
See you another solution of my problem?

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Reply # 30794 15-Mar-2006 21:27
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For what you need you should not use the Bluetooth connection from your PDA to a PC because the bandwidth will suffer and the connection will be bad.

You want to have the PC connected to a LAN, and a PDA connected to a Wi-Fi router. You can have a Bluetooth headset connected to a PC, but there will be no Bluetooth LAN connection in action.





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