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Topic # 5664 15-Nov-2005 23:03
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HI Folks,

Here is an easy one for you !!

I am using a BlueSoleil 1.6.1.1 adapter to connect my Nokia 6230 to a HP Compaq NX9110 laptop.

I want to create a connection which will allow me to use the phone as a modem (DUN) to browse the internet on the laptop using IE.

I have created a paired connection between laptop and phone. A dialup connection (*99#) to Orange (UK) has also worked. I have a "G" in a box on the phones display. I noticed windows update is recognising the connection because it started to automatically download and install an update. if I go " Start, Run, CMD" and at the prompt "ping www.wired.com" I get 4 packets sent, 4 received, 0 lost.

However when I open a browser "IE " I get page cannot be displayed.

Sorry this explanation is so long, I had to get all the details down so you guys may be able to help me.

Cheers for your time

Yogi

HP Compaq NX9110
Windows XP SP2
Nokia 6230
IVT BlueSoleil Adapter v 1.6.1.1

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Reply # 23319 15-Nov-2005 23:42
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Welcome to Geekzone... Could you please run IPCONFIG /ALL and check if the network configuration is correct? Does it show a valid IP address, gateway, DNS, etc?

Also, perhaps Internet Explorer is configured to always dial a specific connection? Check in Options | Connections. The best way is to have it set to "Never dial a connection", so it uses the one available when needed (in this case you have to manually connect even if using dial-up on a landline).








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Reply # 23518 19-Nov-2005 01:33
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Hello Frietasm,

Thank-you for your reply, sorry I havn't got back to you earlier.

JTLYK This problem is now RESOLVED !!

It was a small program called Firewall client which was configured to use ISA server.
This prevented the browser from functioning correctly.

Thanks for you time I do appreciate it.


Yogi

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