So you come on the Internet with Bluetooth and BlueFritz?! Ap-DSL!
Here is a short Wiki HowTo?
to help AVM BlueFritzAPDSL
owners to go finally on the internet with Linux:
>- For dual boot systems, a second BT Dongle is recommended, since the data pairing is always stored in the current active OS. Thus one prevents that one must continuously again log in. I use a EPoX?
Dongle with Linux, to my fullest satisfaction... :-)
>- This howto assumes you have a HD installation à la Debian or Beginner Mode (NO Poor Man's Install). Whether it also works with the Live CD system, I cannot say......
Proceed (do all work as root - so be cautious):
>- First you must write in the following file:
>- Usually Kanotix with bluez-pin asks for the PIN. The PIN can also be verified in the following file, in accordance with the pin at the backside of the Ap-DSL:
:code: /etc/bluetooth/pin :code:
> - Now we test whether the Bluetooth module was recognized:
: Type: USB
- Address: 00:00:00:00:00:00 ACL MTU: 0:0 SCO MTU: 0:0
- bytes:0 acl:0 sco:0 events:0 errors:0
- bytes:0 acl:0 sco:0 commands:0 errors:0:code:
The BT Dongle was not initialized yet. "hciconfig hci0?
up" solves the problem. Afterwards it should look like this:
:code:> hciconfig hci0?
: Type: USB
- Address: 00:04:76:F2:C3:2E ACL MTU: 128:8 SCO MTU: 64:8
- RUNNING PSCAN ISCAN
- bytes:69 acl:0 sco:0 events:8 errors:0
- bytes:27 acl:0 sco:0 commands:7 errors:0:code:
Look now for the AP-DSL with "hcitool scan". WARNING
: Before doing that, set the configuration software of the equipment in Windows to "discoverable"!
:code:> hcitool scan
- 04:0E:24:0E:56 AVM BlueFRITZ?! AP-code ∞:
Now the work is nearly done! With
:code:> pand -Q:code:
or an equivalent command to set the PAN access. Possibly, the pin is queried now.
If done, then let's get an IP-address from DHCP with the command "dhclient" from DSL-NAP, and now it's done!
If you want, you may open the UDP and TCP-Ports for your aMule and azareus for your new ip-adress, and you've done it. Luckily, the Access Point always distributes the same IP-Adress for the same Bluetooth-Adress (correct me if I'm wrong), that's why you have to do the changes only one time.
To now go on the internet in the future, only enter in a root console:
:code:> pand -Q
(This page is in the process of getting translated. More coming soon).
Es empfiehlt sich, nach "pand -Q" eine Weile zu warten, bis der PAN-Daemon konnektiert und das Device bnep0?
erstellt hat. To surf, a browser is needed, naturally, which is started as a user...
Falls es nicht gleich klappt, empfiehlt e sich, über den Modem-Dialog von Knoppix
:code: K -> Knoppix -> Netzwerk -> Modemsetup -> Bluetooth :code:
-- (so ähnlich, hab es grad nicht präsent) -- ein Bluetooth-Modem einzurichten. Dieser Dialog benutzt einen anderen Pinhelper, was manchmal von Vorteil ist. Danach sollten sich Euer Dongle und die AVM-Box "kennen", und alles weitere sollte funktionieren.
For further information (special, like how to use the ISDN functions), you will all what is necessary with Marcel Holmann
There is here more to BlueZ?
and PAN, obviously. Not so complicated as it looks!
If someone is interested in writing a script, which could be put as an icon on KDE (or still better, with is run at boot), it welcome to send me an e-mail ;-)
Have fun with AP-DSL!