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Internet Tethering over Bluetooth Setup on iPhone 3G and Windows Vista/XP Computers

Internet Tethering over Bluetooth Setup on the Second Computer

13. You can monitor the iPhone 3G Bluetooth network activity from Windows Task Manager at Networking tab. When having an active download/upload or file transfer, the Bluetooth Network Connection graph shows some spikes that represent an ongoing network activity.

Windows Vista > Task Manager > Networking : Adapter Name (Bluetooth Network Connection) - Network Utilization (percentage) - Link Speed (1 Mbps) - Status (Connected)

Picture. Network utilization graph shows data transfer activity to/from the iPhone 3G via Bluetooth.

14. When everything is done, you can disconnect in several ways. From Network Connections folder on Bluetooth Network Connection's right-click menu and from Bluetooth Network Connection Status window, select Disconnect.

Network Connections : Bluetooth Network Connection : right click and select Disconnect.    Bluetooth Personal Area Network Devices : Bluetooth devices : iPhone - PAN Network Access Profile - Network Access Point : Disconnect.

Picture. This computer is disconnecting from the iPhone 3G.

15. Now this computer has been disconnected from the PAN and can reconnect again without redoing the pairing with the iPhone 3G as long as it is not removed from the list of paired Bluetooth Devices.

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