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Topic # 4324 1-Jul-2005 10:08
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I need help connecting to the internet with my zire 72s, I have verizon DSL WLan, I'm using a kensington bluetooth USB with my toshiba laptop thats running windows xp. The zire 72s has Web Pro.The laptop reconize the zire when i connect to web Pro and then I get no DNS server were specified please check that your Network settings are correct, and try again.[Comm.9] Can someone help me?

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Reply # 16213 1-Jul-2005 10:24
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First thing to check is that WebPro should not be configured to use a proxy server.

Next is to make sure there's no personal firewall on your PC blocking communications.

Make sure to check this Bluetooth Guide for Palm.






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  Reply # 16214 1-Jul-2005 10:32
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How can I check that web pro is not using a proxy.
There is no firewall blocking it.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 16216 1-Jul-2005 10:41
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It is on the program options...



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  Reply # 16226 1-Jul-2005 13:32
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I made sure that it is unchecked in the options tab and I stillget the same message.

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