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There will be an auto-disconnect functionality in the next snapshot. Can anyone help please? -- John - comp dot john at googlemail dot com OpenBSD firewall | FreeBSD desktop | Ubuntu Karmic laptop GPG: 0xF08A33C5 Previous message: Visibility Next message: Problems The handbookmentions comms/hcidump for debugging, but I think this is meantfor analyzing bluetooth traffic.As you can see I haven't gotten far enough to produce any traffic toanalyse. I can't get the bluetooth stack to start, and I'm following the instructins as per the handbook Firstly, the small size of the device means that it is very awkward to navigate here

Section for my mobile phone, with the PIN arbitrary set to 1234: device { bdaddr 00:80:37:29:19:a4; name "Pav's T39"; key nokey; pin "1234"; } You can choose any PIN you like. no /dev entry is created for ubt(4) devices. Status: No error [00]Depends what's in range.Your command indicates to me that there are no _discoverable_ BT modulesin range. (Note the discoverable part :)Not all devices need be INQUIRE-able. Either edit the module Makefile in snapshot and remove -DWITNESSxxx and -DINVARIANTSxxx, or add options WITNESS, options WITNESS_SKIPSPIN, options INVARIANTS and options INVARIANTS_SUPPORT to your kernel configuration.

[email protected] Discussion: Can't pair laptop with Nokia E72 phone (too old to reply) Chris Whitehouse 2014-03-20 14:07:45 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Hi,I posted this to freebsd-bluetooth a few days ago but have Status: No error [00]BD_ADDR: 30:38:55:8f:22:a7Name: miPhoneBD_ADDR: 30:38:55:8f:22:a7Connection handle: 11Encryption mode: Disabled [0]A few seconds later this message appears in /var/log/messagesMar 16 13:10:33 nc-lap kernel: ng_l2cap_lp_discon_ind: ubt0l2cap -unexpected LP_DisconnectInd event. Service Name: Dial-up Networking Protocol Descriptor List: "L2CAP" (0x0100) "RFCOMM" (0x0003) Channel: 1 Service Name: Fax Protocol Descriptor List: "L2CAP" (0x0100) "RFCOMM" (0x0003) Channel: 2 Service Name: Voice gateway Service Class The galling thing is, I got it to work once, but it was late and I forgot how.

Some devices, like mobile phones, requires authentication for some functionality, like Internet connections. No difference. Share Clone via HTTPS Clone with Git or checkout with SVN using the repository's web address. You should now have a working Bluetooth stack.

The -d switch is to force the daemon to stay in the terminal and not fork to the background, so you can see what's happening. Start the stack. I can send diary items and prc/pdb files to the Palm's memory using obexapp and connecting to service None. Let's try to read the device's name: $ hccontrol -n ubt0hci remote_name_request 00:80:37:29:19:a4 0 0 0 BD_ADDR: 00:80:37:29:19:a4 Name: Pav's T39 Now try to perform a discovery on your mobile phone

no /dev entry is created for ubt(4) devices. Embed Share Copy sharable URL for this gist. Some may not have INQUIRE scanenabled. To find out if you have an extra hub, run: # usbdevs -v -d Controller /dev/usb0: addr 1: full speed, self powered, config 1, UHCI root hub(0x0000), Intel (0x0000), rev 1.00

Problems getting the bluetooth stack to start John comp.john at googlemail.com Sun Nov 22 02:06:23 UTC 2009 Previous message: Visibility Next message: Problems getting the bluetooth stack to start Messages Homepage This is not a Bluetooth problem. The little light on the dongle flashes merrily, but if the stack won't start I won't be able to do anything. Role switching is performed when connection is being established, so we can't ask remote device if it does support role switching.

Status: No error [00]is pretty lame compared to what should appear according to the% hccontrol -n ubt0hci inquiryInquiry result, num_responses=1Inquiry result #0BD_ADDR: 00:80:37:29:19:a4Page Scan Rep. http://netfiscal.com/error-unable/error-unable-to-open-ftdi-device-inappropriate-permissions-on-device.html You can try a simple connection with your phone: # hccontrol -n ubt0hci create_connection 00:80:37:29:19:a4 BD_ADDR: 00:80:37:29:19:a4 Connection handle: 41 Encryption mode: Disabled [0] The connection handle is important here, as These devices will not be able to connect. Then, start the Serial Port Profile Daemon rfcomm_sppd with a free pseudo tty: # rfcomm_sppd -a 00:07:E0:00:0B:CA -c 1 -t /dev/ttyp6 rfcomm_sppd[94692]: Starting on /dev/ttyp6...

This is done with PIN numbers - you enter the same (up to 16 digits long) number on both devices. Reload to refresh your session. Well, both devices are some two feet apart from each other, so it's no big surprise. :) Try hccontrol help for list of all commands. his comment is here RecHandle is needed to remove service from a sdpd configuration.

SDP (Service Discovery Protocol) is used to announce our services to other devices. But we can disable role switching on our side with this option: # hccontrol -n ubt0hci write_node_role_switch 0 This option is new in 20030407 snapshot. Inquiry and HCI Now it's time to discover some nearby bluetooth devices.

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But it's not (usually) fatal. Some userland utilities are not in FreeBSD CVS tree. This script is used to start and stop the Bluetooth stack. Apply this patch to ports/sdp-1.0rc3/tools/sdptool.c, otherwise you'll not be able to send databases.

please run it as # sh -x /etc/rc.d/bluetooth start ubt0 to see what exactly is failing max ___ [email protected] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-bluetooth To unsubscribe, send any mail to [email protected] 2 matches Mode: 0x1 Page Scan Period Mode: 00 Page Scan Mode: 00 Class: 52:02:04 Clock offset: 0x78ef Inquiry complete. I mean does this properly reset the dongle, or does it truly have to be pulled out and pushed back in for the system to re-read it? weblink Here we will start a local SDP daemon and configure it: # sdpd # sdptool add --channel=10 OPUSH If OPUSH does not work, you should try FTRN instead.

You will need the channel number later for using a given service. OBEX Push OBEX is a widely used protocol for simple file transfers between devices. It does a similar job as hccontrol read_connection_list does, but on a higher level - it prints Bluetooth sockets, logical connections on top of HCI raw connections. Note that some devices, like headsets, have a fixed PIN built in.

Open the rfcomm_pppd man page, there are some good examples of ppp configurations there. Connection does not exist, con_handle=11Remote BD_ADDR Handle Type Mode Role Encrypt Pending Queue StateI've also tried with role switching turned off but it doesn't changeanything.These warning messages appear in /var/log/messagesWARNING: attempt Status: No error [00] BD_ADDR is the unique address of bluetooth device, similar to MAC addresses of network cards. Daniel O'Connor 2009-05-04 10:50:23 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Dominic Fandrey# hccontrol -n ubt0hci inquiryInquiry complete.

Another was to stop the bluetooth script before starting it: potato# /etc/rc.d/bluetooth start ubt0 /etc/rc.d/bluetooth: ERROR: Unable to setup Bluetooth stack for device ubt0 potato# /etc/rc.d/bluetooth stop ubt0 potato# /etc/rc.d/bluetooth start Already have an account? Those options are used to catch locking bugs. You can send files from Palm to FreeBSD using sdpd and obexapp same way as when we was sending business cards from the cell phone.

Service Name: SDP Server Service Description: Bluetooth service discovery server Service Provider: BlueZ [...] Service Name: OBEX Object Push Service RecHandle: 0x80541d0 Service Class ID List: "OBEX Object Push" (0x1105) Protocol

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