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Internet sharing, pc connected to wifi sharing internet via lan to wireless router, is it possible ?

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Last response: in Wireless Networking
July 27, 2013 6:47:46 AM

I have mz pc connected to wifi router no. 1. I want to share internet from my pc to another wifi router connected to lan port on my pc. Is there a way how to do it ? The wifi router no2 is asus rt-n10 lx. im using windows 8. Thank for your answers

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August 2, 2013 12:16:05 AM

Look, I bought this router for my girlfriends mom who has a pub in small village. There is rare internet connection so she uses usb 3g modem. She want to make wifi in her pub. I wanted to make it work like this > usb 3g modem > laptop > ethernet cable router > wifi sharing via router. Is there a way to make it work like that ? So the laptop will share net from usb to router and than router via wifi to other devices ? thanks for your help
November 30, 2013 6:32:59 AM

A little late but still:
Doing the same with a lte 4g stick; isc does not support full umts/hsdap (?whatever it's called)3g4g sharing so you need to download third party virtual router called connectify me pro, which is obviously a payed app.. you can try to get unofficial versions nevertheless.. this way plug the 3g/4g stick to our pc, use connectify me - you still need to set internet sharing in windows (or whatever platform you're using) , so set source 3g4g adaptor to allow sharing over local (wired) network and set all services to allow and/or set ports nbers if necessary - stick the etherner cable to pc lan and router wan (!yes wan!).. now connect your pc to the router's wireless network and enjoy.. every other device that is connected to the router is on one network.. only con is that you need to be connected with the host pc to the wireless network at the same time as sharing over wire.. erhernet connection can only share internet, the network's still set by the router's dhcp server..
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