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The Nokia E61i as a modem via Bluetooth in Ubuntu on 3

Wanting to not fuss with a laptop card or USB modem, I decided that its time to setup a connection via my mobile phone, i.e. use my phone as a modem, via Bluetooth.
Read it at the blog of Colin Charles

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A quick word of warning: the phone doesn’t register how much packet data you use when its acting as a modem (so you can’t find it in the logs later, under packet data, from what I can tell). Also, keep in mind, that 3 counts both uploads and downloads as part of the quota you get per billing cycle. I’ve not started wanting to do usage accounting, but I’m sure its what I’ll conquer next.

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