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Bluetooth problem I am trying to get my wifes Ipaq to log onto the internet using a LinkSys USBBT100 bluetooth antenna. I can log onto the computer but it will not log onto the internet. Any idea where to start? I think I've got all the settings right but apparently not.

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Re: bluetooth problem

If I understand your setup, the computer's got the internet connection, and you want to bluetooth your wife's iPaq to the computer and through it out to the internet? And you've managed to pair the iPaq and the computer? Have you set up a pass-through relationship on the computer using ActiveSync? Good luck.

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