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I'm on an extremely strict wireless network, which locks down one machine to one account. [Hotel wifi] Is there a way that I can share the Wifi connection with my android tablet via bluetooth?

Windows and Linux solutions are prefered.

The machine connecting to WIFI will be the Laptop/[Windows|Linux] machine.

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You might want to have a look at some of the questions tagged 'bluetooth-tethering' over at the Android Stack Exchange‌​. – Al E. Oct 23 '12 at 13:33
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On Windows, you want ICS or Internet Connection Sharing. Pair the devices (your tablet and your Windows/Linux machine) first than activate ICS.

For Linux, there's several different ways to do this. You'd basically be activating routing on Linux. You could do this via ipforward or a set application. But if you're asking this question, I'd recommend you stick with Windows and ICS.

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The ICS link is now stale. It now has a title but no content. – hippietrail May 18 at 8:17

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