If you want to connect to your mobile internet with your Nokia 6700 Classic via Bluetooth using Mac OS X, then you have to consider two Bluetooth devices: Bluetooth PAN and Bluetooth DUN.
First of all you have to establish a Bluetooth connection between your Nokia 6700 and your Mac: you go to “System Preferences” -> “Bluetooth” and check the checkboxes “On” and “Discoverable” and pair your Nokia 6700.
After pairing your Nokia 6700 Classic with your Mac you check “System Preferences” -> “Network”. There you should see two Bluetooth devices:
- Bluetooth PAN, and
- Bluetooth DUN
You have to use the Bluetooth DUN device and configure two settings for using your mobile internet with Turkcell in Turkey:
- Telephone Number: *99#
- APN: internet
That’s it. After this configuration you should be able to connect to your mobile internet with your Nokia 6700 Classic via Bluetooth running Mac OS X.
After successfully connection to your mobile internet via Bluetoth your network connection should look similar to this screenshot:
Have fun with your mobile internet! Your feedback is welcome!
By Stephen 2012-01-21 - 23:37
it works like you explain. Thank U so much. Now I can go to the internet with my 6700 classic phone.