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Topic # 4538 31-Jul-2005 20:40
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I want to share my laptop's internet connection with my PC, unfortunately, after followed the instructions and guides, still get no luck.

[Laptop]
- Broadband : ADSL (ICS enabled with type=Bluetooth Network)
- LAN : IP=192.168.1.3, Subnet=255.255.255.0, Gateway=192.168.1.1
- Bluetooth : IP=192.168.0.1, Subnet=255.255.255.0, Gateway&DNS=192.168.1.3

[PC]
- Bluetooth : IP=192.168.0.3, Subnet=255.255.255.0, Gateway&DNS=192.168.0.1

[Problems]
- I'no no poblem to performs File Transfer
- When try to establish Network Access from PC to Laptop, returned error:
"could not connect to the remote device"
- PINGging to each other failed:
-> from PC PING Laptop at 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.3
-> from Laptop PING PC at 192.168.0.3

May i know what's the problem? Please help...

All firewalls were turned OFF, except Broadband (ADSL).


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  Reply # 17326 1-Aug-2005 06:28
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Could it be that your IP addresses are not within the same range ...... one IP reads "....0.1. the other "....1.x! .... try to limit it down to 192.168.0.x or 192.168.1.x to be in the same IP address range.

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Reply # 17329 1-Aug-2005 09:10
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Check this guide. You don't have to configure the Bluetooth adapter on your desktop (client), unless you plan to use PAN and don't have DHCP.

If you're using LAP and have ICS configured it should be automatic...





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