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Hi,
my notebook (windows vista) is connected to ethernet, is it possible to set up a wifi access point which create by the notebook so that my other tools e.g. psp, iphone could benefit through it?
Thanks
Aug 27 '09 #1
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sicarie
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It sounds like you want to run something on your netbook to act as a wireless router. Is that correct, or are you looking for how to configure your current router (connected via ethernet cable to your netbook) to use wireless?
Aug 27 '09 #2
MyMarlboro
72 New Member
@sicarie
yup, notebook acts as a wireless router. How to make it happen?
Aug 27 '09 #3
sicarie
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What OS is the netbook?

If Windows, I imagine (aka hope, I've never tried) the easy setup would be something with Windows Connection Sharing, and the more complicated (depending on what features you want) will involve a virtual machine running some sort of emulator.
Aug 31 '09 #4
MyMarlboro
72 New Member
@sicarie
Windows Vista.
could Windows Connection Sharing help in making a WifI access point?
Sep 1 '09 #5
sicarie
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I think the first place to start would be Windows Connection Sharing - researching if that would allow your iPhone and PSP to connect, but you may have to go with a hardware solution (ie buy a wireless router).
Sep 1 '09 #6

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