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Dan Ballard 7 years ago
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      mindstab.net_blog/2007-07-26-getting-my-ubuntu-laptop-and-sony-ericsson-k510a-cell-phone-to-talk-to-each-other-with-bluetooth-file-sharing-and-internet-over-gprs-and-ppp.md

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mindstab.net_blog/2007-07-26-getting-my-ubuntu-laptop-and-sony-ericsson-k510a-cell-phone-to-talk-to-each-other-with-bluetooth-file-sharing-and-internet-over-gprs-and-ppp.md

@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ pppconfig thankfully does most of the hard work here. It configures the ppp/pee
# pppconfig
pppconfig gives you a menu. I chose 'Create Connection'. Called it whatever, I chose 'gprs'. Next I selected 'Dynamic' (for DNS). Then I selected 'Chat' for the Authentication Method. I entered no password or login, and then deleted the text when it asked for a User name and another password. The default speed of '115200' baud was fine. 'Tone' is the choice for the 'Pulse or Tone' section. The number to dial was a bit tricky. It's in the form of something like '\*99\*\*\*slot-of-internet-on-cell\#' so for me '\*99\*\*\*2\#' was what I entered but others might try '\*99\*\*\*1\#' or possibly '\*99\#'. I entered the port to use manually and entered '/dev/rfcomm0'. Then it gave me a chance to review and then write the file. I did so.
pppconfig gives you a menu. I chose 'Create Connection'. Called it whatever, I chose 'gprs'. Next I selected 'Dynamic' (for DNS). Then I selected 'Chat' for the Authentication Method. I entered no password or login, and then deleted the text when it asked for a User name and another password. The default speed of '115200' baud was fine. 'Tone' is the choice for the 'Pulse or Tone' section. The number to dial was a bit tricky. It's in the form of something like `*99***slot-of-internet-on-cell#` so for me `*99***2#` was what I entered but others might try `*99***1#` or possibly `*99#`. I entered the port to use manually and entered '/dev/rfcomm0'. Then it gave me a chance to review and then write the file. I did so.
The two main files it creates are '/etc/ppp/peers/gprs' and '/etc/chatscripts/gprs'. If you are lucky you should just be able to connect now, but I had problems, so I had to tweak the files a bit. In '/etc/ppp/peers/gprs' I had to comment out the *remotename* and *ipparam* lines with hashs (#).

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