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Topic # 5731 21-Nov-2005 17:16
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what am i missing?

i am using a palm lifedrive, with BT capabilities, to connect to my windows xp pro sp2, widcomm driver(properly installed over the generic windows driver). i have configured network access to "Allow other devices to access the Internet/LAN via this computer. i have used the 192.168.0.1 ip address for the BT adapter.

now when i connect to my pc everything goes well. i can connect, but i cant connect to the internet. i get

"The page you requested cannot be displayed. The web site you are trying access may be temporarily unavailable or the url enterd cannot be resolved. Please check that you correctly entered the url or try again later"

i have even entered the script,

Send CR
Delay 1
Send CLIENT
Wait for CLIENTSERVER
END

what am i missng?

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Reply # 23628 21-Nov-2005 17:40
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Welcome to Geekzone... Have your tried doing a PING to see if the connection is established?

Also, this error is most of the times associated with an incorrect proxy entry in the Palm browser.







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  Reply # 23629 21-Nov-2005 17:51
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yes, have tried to ping. but no go. my pc pings just fine

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 23631 21-Nov-2005 18:22
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regarding ping....

when i view network log, i see

service name
local ip address

but i do not see,

gateway address
dns addresses

is this correct?
btw, i am behind a linksys router

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