Sharing wireless connection via bluetooth using ezProxy?

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Bluetooth
Computer Internet
Windows 7
I am newbie in computer. So please I want complete step by step process of sharing internet connection via bluetooth using ezProxy. I have internet connection on desktop. I want to use internet on laptop via bluetooth using ezproxy. Both are running Windows 7. (I don't want to purchase wifi router!)

Software/Hardware used:
Bluetooth, ezProxy software
ASKED: April 9, 2010  7:34 PM
UPDATED: April 21, 2010  8:58 PM

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Via bluetooth, I don’t you can. For reliability, I would install a wireless card on your desktop and then use ezProxy as your connection via the wireless interface then thru the connection to the internet.

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  • Pjb0222
    Your devices will need to support the Bluetooth PAN profile and provide NAP support under Bluetooth. You can then setup a PAN network between the systems. You can then use whatever internet sharing software you desire including Windows built-in ICS. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Connect-to-a-Bluetooth-personal-area-network-PAN http://bluetooth.com/English/Technology/Works/Pages/PAN.aspx
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