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Ericsson T68i/T68 and iPAQ 5450 Bluetooth configuration guide

Hewlett Packard Wireless Solutions
Version 1.0, February 2003
How to configure the T68 and the H5450 for GPRS
Background:
This document will describe how to connect an Ericsson T68i or an upgraded T68 with the iPAQ 5450. With this configuration you will be able to connect the Internet using bluetooth as carrier between the devices and GPRS as connection to Internet. This setup can easily be modified to use the GSM network instead of the GPRS.
Prerequisite:
This installation guide was done using the following hardware and software.
Hardware: iPAQ H5450, Ericsson T68, Sim with GPRS subscription enabled
Software: Bluetooth manager (Already installed into ROM on 5450)
Versions of Firmware/Software used:
iPAQ 5450 with ROM version 1.00.45
Bluetooth manager 1.3.1 Build 46
T68i with software release R2F
  note:
To determine if your T68 is upgraded to the correct version please check the default background. It should look like this.
Installation guide:
  1. On the iPAQ, check if the radio is turned on. If the Bluetooth icon in the lower right corner is grey like in the left hand corner picture below it is turned off. Turn it on by pressing the icon and choose “Turn on” then press “OK”. When the radio is turned ON like in the right hand corner picture below go to next step. If you get a message saying that it is to low memory for turning on the Bluetooth. Press the reset button and start over again.
  2. On the T68i Make sure that the Bluetooth is turned on under connect\Bluetooth\operation mode
  3. On the iPAQ click the start menu and choose setting\connections\connections. Choose dialing locations and then dialing patterns. Set G as dialing pattern on all three areas. Press “OK” and then press the “Connections” tab. Press modify on the top internet settings.
  4. Create a new connection and Choose “BT Dial-up modem” press next. Enter *99# as phone number with no area code or country code. If you need to enter an APN phone number for the network you should use “*99***APN number#”. If you need to enter an APN enter that under the next setting “Extra dial-string modem commands” for example +cgdcont=1,"IP","INTERNET.” Where INTERNET is the APN. Press “Finish”, press “OK”, press “OK”.
  5. On the T68 Choose menu Connect on the T68\Bluetooth\discoverable
  6. On your iPAQ, press the Bluetooth icon and then “Bluetooth manager” and select “New” “Connect!”. Choose “Connect to the Internet”. Press “Next” then choose to connect via a dial-up service. Press “Next”. Tap on the area where it says “Tap here to choose a device”.
  7. Click on the T68 device name in the Bluetooth manager. Press “Finish”. Then choose connection in this case “GPRS” then press OK
  8. On the T68 press “Add to paired” and enter a passkey for example 1234. On the iPAQ enter the same passkey as on the T68 then press “OK”
  9. If your GPRS network need a username and password enter it here otherwise leave it blank. You only have to do this one time if you tick the save password box. Start the Internet explorer from the Start menu. Enter a URL or choose a favorite. To end a session click the two arrows on the top and press End.
  10. To make a new GPRS connection start Pocket Internet Explorer and enter a web url in the top field then press the green arrow.
  11. Happy surfing

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