Bluetooth Internet Access form Suse to XP Config
I am a very new 'noob' to Suse Pro 9.3. I previously used 2 USB bluetooth adapters to share an Internet connection using 2 XP Pro computers and everything worked pretty good.
I have a PC in my bedroom with a non expensive CompUSA branded USB Bluetooth adapter and my other PC has a D-Link DB-120 USB adapter with a LAN connection to a cable modem through a Linksys wired router. I had a solid Net connection to both PC's and could get on the internet using the Bluetooth connection. OBEX, Network Access, PIM...etc is configured and I can clearly see both PC from either end.
I installed Suse Pro 9.3, plugged in the USB Bluetooth and Suse found it ok. I can see my remote PC, Obex..etc is ok. Before I spend more time trying to configure the TCP/IP settings to get Firefox to a home page, am I going to get this configuration to share the internet connection? Like I said, I do have a Bluetooth connection and I can see both PC's at either end but on the Linux PC I didn't see network access as a local service like I do on the XP box in the Widcomm Bluetooth Software.
I can answer all configuration questions as needed. If Bluetooth is not going to be possible to browse the web on the Suse PC then I will go wireless LAN and get a new wireless router.
Though not exactly easy to configure, I did have the XP machines working fine and everyting wasn't too painful to configure. I was getting about 400 kbs transfer speed and I was happy with that.
Like I said, I am a noob. I could use a step by step instruction set on getting Bluetooth configured. I would like it to run everytime I turned the Linux PC on. Of course the whole keystroke, enter lines of data thing has me very confused right now. Just looking for a "Yes, here's how" or a "Nope, Bluetooth isn't going to get you on the net with Linux".
I thank anyone and everyone who can help.