Hi, I recently bought Nokia E50, a Symbian 9.1 3rd edition phone. I read on quite a few sites that I can share my net connection with my mobile through bluetooth by installing Gnubox on my Symbian phone. I referred to a couple of guides. http://howto.helpero.com/howto/Share-The-Internet-Connection-With-a-Nokia-6600_18.html and http://ruk.ca/w/index.php/Sharing_an_OS_X_Internet_Connection_with_a_Series_60_Phone I use a PPPOE connection on my Mac Mini that runs Mac OS 10.4.8. The first step in both guides is to pair my phone with my Mac and set up a serial port. I've done that. However, I just can't connect to the internet from my phone using both the guides. Method 1 i.e. http://ruk.ca/w/index.php/Sharing_an_OS_X_Internet_Connection_with_a_Series_60_Phone says that I need to assign a private IP to my phone similar to that of my Mac. However, the difference here is that I use a PPPOE connection and therefore, my Mac's ethernet connection does not have a private IP. The method also asks to enter the following command in Terminal. What IP address should I give, to the phone, in my case? In another step, it says My mac's ethernet PPPoE connection does not have any IP address/name server. What should I do in this case? Method 2: The Apple Script that is attached is faulty. So, I tried entering the commands in Terminal manually. I get this error when I pass the above command: Can some one Please help me with this? I only want to know how to get OS X to share the ethernet connection with the phone(/dev/tty.Bt)!