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Topic # 9224 31-Aug-2006 03:06
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Hey evryone
I need help setting up my bluetooth network I tried bridging my network, but all it does it makes the mortplayer and the gsplayer skip.
So I can access the internet
I have a router Netgear rp614 V1 Bluetooth GBU 311 WidComm and an Ipaq HX2190
I have updtaded evrything including bluetooth software.
I dunno how I can set up so that the Network via Lukasz, not Internet Via Lukasz
my gateways is 192.168.0.1
my subnet is 255.255.255.0

Windows XP Home SP2




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  Reply # 45046 31-Aug-2006 08:38
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Hey Evryone
I have figured it out hehe :D
Do not put the gate way in bluetooth properties, First create a static route, look at your dns at local are connection and write them down, then in bluetooth put those dns settings from local area connection but first you need to put the static ip address there and the subnet mask, but never put your gateway there, then on your ipaq go to new connect to network and you have a working connection, not yet you have to work with local area connection manually just look at your ip my networks loacal area righ click status and put manually in your properties, but remember you have to configure your local are connection manually, bluetooth as well

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Reply # 45052 31-Aug-2006 08:47
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Yes, that's correct... And great you posted the update here, so others can get some help if needed in the future.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 45053 31-Aug-2006 09:01
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hey one more thing

I think you have to go to your c:\windows system32\drivers\etc and open up hosts in notepad 192.168.0.2 192.168.0.15
192.168.0.2 computers ip and 192.168.0.15 the bluetooth's

Im not sure if you have to go there if you have a router but if it works without configuring hosts file on a router let me know.



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  Reply # 45120 1-Sep-2006 08:41
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Hey Evryone
Once you get evrything set up, you may using personal network as well, I am sorry I didn't put this earlier for routers I didn't know it would work. Go to bluetooth Manager on your ipaq and click Personal Network not connect to the internet, and click join host on personal network.
Personal are network is for routers and the Connect to the internet is for dialups.

Remember you have to follow up on what I posted to make it work :D

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  Reply # 45121 1-Sep-2006 08:46
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It doesn't make any difference really. You can use PAN or LAP interchangeably, regardless of your connection being through a router or dial-up.

For the Windows system is all a connection, and it can be either shared (ICS for LAP) or Bridged (Bridge for PAN).

You can all about this in our Bluetooth Guides.





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