The thing is that no one I know has created such a thing for deployment by end users. That is, there are technical ways to do this say with a smart phone that connects to the bluetooth and relays the traffic to a custom app on your PC but this would be full custom and have severe issues that once you get into Bluetooth programming will have you go "Why did I ever think up this idea?"
Me? Just an author of apps that we use Bluetooth links to devices and have more than a basic understanding.
So, this is why there are more and more devices that use WiFi for the new Smart Home push.
What is the best/cheapest way of getting Bluetooth coverage remote from my PC? I have some Bluetooth devices in my home that are too far from my PC for a direct Bluetooth connection to work. I have both wired LAN and WiFi throughout the house, so it seems that what I need is a device that can either create a Bluetooth zone using the WiFi network, or by plugging into the wired LAN, so that I can then contact these Bluetooth devices via the Ethernet network. Does this exist? Please suggest how I can best meet this requirement.
Thanks - Rowan