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    does anyone have any good intructions for reverse dun and not that other thread thanks
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    How to Wirelessly Surf the
    Internet on your
    Handheld via Bluetooth

    For Windows XP RAS
    Version 1.0
    January 9, 2003
    Compiled By Troy Fontaine
    Original Instructions by
    Iorx & Michael Lynch (TinMan)
    From the

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    publication was not authorized by Palm Inc. ® or by Palm Infocenter ©. I hope for the service this offers, no
    one will sue me.
    Step 1: Go into your Bluetooth Software and set all of the Local Services except
    Bluetooth Serial Port to manual.
    Take note of which COM port that the Bluetooth Serial Port driver is set to.
    Step 2: Go into Client Applications in the configuration software, and
    delete Bluetooth Serial Port.
    Step 3: Go to Control Panel. Then go to Phone and Modem Options.
    Click on the Modems Tab.
    Step 4: Click on Add. Check the “Don’t Detect my modem; I will select it from a list.”
    Then click “Next.”
    Step 5: Under (Standard Modem Types), choose “Communications cable between two
    computers, then click “Next.”
    Step 6: Choose the COM port of the Bluetooth Serial Port driver that we noted earlier.
    Then just click “Next.” Once it finishes installing the “modem”, click “Finish.”
    Step 7: Now go into Phone and
    Modem properties, and click on the
    Modems Tab. Once in there, double
    click on the “Communications
    cable between two computers” to
    bring up it’s properties.
    Step 8: Click on the Modem
    tab and set the maximum port
    speed to 115200.
    Step 9: Go into Network Connections and go to Create a new connection
    Step 10: Click next at the first dialog, in the next one, choose Setup an advanced
    connection then click next.
    Step 11: Choose Accept incoming connections.
    Step 12: Check off the “Communications cable between two computers”, then click
    Step 13: Make sure that “Do not allow virtual private connections” is selected. Then
    click next.
    Step 14: You need to select the users who will have permission to log on through this
    connection. So you must have a user login with a password for this method to work
    properly (you may create the login after setup is complete and return to the
    connections properties to edit these settings).
    Step 15: Click next for the next screen, and this will bring you to the finish screen. Congratulations,
    you’ve finished the necessary steps to setup your desktop. All that is left is
    to restart your computer.
    • Go into Prefs and Communication
    • Select Network
    • Now create a connection, naming it something. For my example, I’m going to
    use Internet.
    • Next, fill in the User name and password
    • Go to Connection, and choose edit connections
    • Tap New
    • Name the new connection “WRAS”
    • Under Connect to choose “PC”
    • For Via, choose “Bluetooth”
    • Under device, tap on “Tap to find”
    • Team it up with your desktop
    • Tap Details and change the speed to 115,200 bps
    • Tap Ok, and Ok again, then tap Done to return to the Network connection window
    • Select the connection we just created, then tap Details
    • Make sure the Connection type is PPP, the Idle timeout is Never and that Query
    DNS and IP Address are both checked
    • Now tap Script and tap End, choose Send then make the script look like this.
    Send: CLIENT
    Send: CLIENT
    Wait for: CLIENTSERVER
    setup ™
    You have now finished setting up
    wireless access to
    the internet through Bluetooth for your
    Palm Tungsten T PDA. ™ ™
    If you are still having problems, check out Page 9 for more info.
    If at this point your connection does not work, it may be due to several factors. If you
    are using a Router, you may have to manually assign an IP to your Palm (and/or the
    DNS’s IP). If your ISP does not automatically assign IP addresses (DHCP) or allow you to
    use more than 1 IP address, then you may be unable to utilize RAS without a Router.
    How to manually assign an IP
    address to your Tungsten T
    Step 1: Go to Network Connections, right click Incoming Connections and go to

    Step 2: Click on the Networking Tab, and click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) then click
    on Properties.
    Step 3: Click on “Specify TCP/IP addresses and set a few aside for the Palm.
    As well, check off “Allow calling computer to specify its own IP address”. This has
    worked in several cases.
    Restart Windows.
    Step 5: On your Tungsten™ T do the following:
    • Go to ‘Prefs”, “Communication” and then Tap on “Network”
    • Choose your Bluetooth Connection, and tap “Details”
    • Uncheck ‘IP Address Automatic”
    • Enter an IP address in the range that you entered into your computer.
    • (Optional) Enter the DNS IP addresses you wrote down earlier.
    Try and connect.
    If you still aren’t having any luck. Check out the forums @
    Step 4 (Optional): To determine your DNS’s IP address go to Network Connections and
    go to your Internet connection, right click and choose “Status.” Click the tab labeled
    “Support.” Next, click on “Details” Write down the DNS IP addresses.

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