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revised How to bypass a firewall which asks for username and password
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accepted Can I use my PC as a WiFi router?
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comment Can I use my PC as a WiFi router?
This does indeed meet my needs so far.
Jan
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comment Can I use my PC as a WiFi router?
Interesting suggestion, but the Kindle at least does not support Peer-to-Peer networks. Seems like it would be a better way to move documents from one computer to another than to email them to myself, however.
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comment Can I use my PC as a WiFi router?
@TimothyAWiseman: Yeah, I'm probably using the wrong terminology. It would be helpful if the answer shed some light on my mistake, so I could learn from the answer. As it is, the answer is pretty much meaningless to me.
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comment Can I use my PC as a WiFi router?
Hmmm... I wonder if you are answering a different question than the one I intended to ask. FYI, I tried the suggestion in the answer to the question I linked to and am able to connect both of the WiFi devices to the internet via my laptop's wireless card. I guess I must be in the lucky 1%.
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comment Virtual Wifi without Internet Connection Sharing and/or compatible network adapter?
Thanks for the answer anyway. I'm going to try that out. I also asked a version of this question that doesn't have the extra restriction of disabling the Internet Connection Sharing service.
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