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Old 02-04-2007, 03:49 PM   #1
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Question using my comp to put out a wifi signal?

ok so i am going to be using a cingular air card to recieve their 3G speeds on my computer. I also have a wifi card built into my comp. I was curious if there is a way that I can have the 3g signal coming in and share it with other wifi devices I have in my home(using the wifi card).

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Default Re: using my comp to put out a wifi signal?

well i know you can do it with a wired connection, and a wifi, so i dont see why you couldnt with that

Steps to Sharing internet/network connections

Start>control panel>network connections>right click on the connection you want to share>click on properties>select the "advanced" tab>under the box "internet connection sharing" click both boxes>and choose the connection that will have access to this connection

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