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Share a wifi connection through a laptop to a router

Discussion in 'Networking' started by niner_9t, Sep 29, 2012.

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  1. niner_9t

    niner_9t Thread Starter

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    I know this sounds like a crazy question but i travel a lot and i like to play my PS3. When i go to a new hotel some have a open internet connection and others don't. I want to connect my laptop to the wifi and share it to a separate router with a WPA2-PSK so that i have a more secure connection on the play station. Now first is this even possible to do? I use to beable to share my internet connection from my phone through my laptop to my ps3. Now when i try to do that just with the wifi in the hotels it doesnt have a high enough security setting. any information will help.
    Thanks a lot!!
     
  2. TerryNet

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    Maybe, but some information could help more than others. What/who says not "a high enough security setting"? What OS are you using? Trying to bridge the connections or use ICS?
     
  3. Paata01

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    without adding additional hardware to laptop it's impossible to receive and send signal from your laptop, I was using this program below, But in order to use that I guess you should be connected to internet with CABLE.


    http://www.connectify.me/
     
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