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Is there any way to connect a T-Mobile USB dongle to a wireless router so that I can broadcast the connection to my home?

If not directly to the router, how else could this be possible?

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The thing you usually use for this is called a MiFi, by the way. Extremely nifty. – digitxp Jan 6 '11 at 5:14
digitxp: You don't really need one of those. See my answer. – paradroid Jan 6 '11 at 8:47
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If you relatively recent Centrino laptop, you can use Intel MyWiFi to make it into an access point. I've got it on my ThinkPad X200s, which is around 18 months old.

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Assuming you use Windows. You can create an AdHoc Network with Windows and share the Internet on this connection or use cables and a switch.

I cant post more then one hyperlink, so just search "how-to-share-an-internet-connection-in-windows-7 dummies" on google, you'll find it for Windows 7

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