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    I've searched and can't find out the solution... How do you keep your unit from powering off during DUN?

    -Curt
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    Freeware app called AlwaysOn

    Get it at http://www.persicke.de/Palm/alwayson12.zip
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    I've seen DUN in many postings and have no idea what it means. Can someone please enlighten the acronym challenged?
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    Dial-up Networking. A technology to use the Bluetooth wireless modem in your Treo to communicate with laptops/desktops/other pdas to share it's internet connection. (IE, I can surf the web with my powerbook, anywhere my Treo has coverage thanks to DUN).
    -Michael Ducker
    TreoCentral Staff
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    Not to get overly anal here, but DUN means just that, Dial Up Networking. BT is just one means of DUN (but generally what people here refer to.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by clindner
    How do you keep your unit from powering off during DUN?
    Why do you need to not power down? DUN continues to work... try it!
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    Yep. I've used BT DUN for hours at a time without a problem.

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