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I want to share the Internet from my Windows 7 using Bluetooth so my other devices can connect to Internet through my computer. Do you know if this is possible?

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try to use LAN for Internet Connection Sharing. –  Deb Aug 6 '12 at 15:11

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If you are talking about connecting things like cell phones to a Windows 7 system (e.g. older Windows Mobile phones), most of these can only use the Bluetooth "Dial Up Networking" (DUN) profile. IIRC this is basically PPP over a Bluetooth virtual serial port. This is not "PAN" or "Personal Area Networking."

I had luck sharing Internet access between a desktop and laptop using the WIDCOMM software. This was through PAN and not DUN, though. From what I remember it had options to create a network adapter that accepted incoming Bluetooth DUN connections. I don't believe it is possible through the built-in Microsoft Bluetooth support.

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Basically you can turn your pc into a HotSpot. I suggest you this http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/turn-windows-wifi-hotspot-share-internet-connection/

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The first way in the article worked for me on Vista, but the second one didn't. Because Vista's netsh doesn't understand the netsh wlan start hostednetwork type commands, as can be confirmed here: Netsh Commands for Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) in Windows Server 2008 (note: article Applies To: Windows Server 2008, **Windows Vista**). –  Evgeni Sergeev Sep 25 '14 at 12:57

This article should help, but you might have to guess a little on the devices that are connecting to it because it's written for Windows Mobile (though the Windows portion of it should be pretty similar in Windows 7)

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