Sharing an internet connection on Windows

We have couple of computer devices like laptop or desktop with only one internet connections. In that time if we need to share the internet connection with multiple devices. you can turn your computer into a wireless hotspot (or wired router) for other devices nearby, Note that this requires your host computer to be connected via wire to the Internet modem (DSL or cable modem, for example) or use a cellular data modem on your computer; if you want to share a wireless Internet connection with other devices, you can Turn Your Windows 7 Laptop into a Wi-Fi Hotspot using Connectify.

How does its work?

First, you need one computer and one internet dongle. Connect the dongle with your computer and dial the connection. check your computer is communicate with an internet. check your IP address and ping www.google.com

For information about using your computer as a Public Network, see Setting up a Public network.

Goto to Control Panel after goto Network and Sharing Center, then click “Change adapter settings” on the menu on the left.

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find your internet connection name For example(Tata Docomo 3G, Photo Plus, Mobile Broadband Connections or Wireless network Connections)

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Right-click your Internet connection that you want to share (e.g., Local Area Connection) and click  properties.

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Click the Sharing tab.

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Check the “Allow other network users to connect through this computer’s Internet connection” option. (Note: for the sharing tab to show up, you will need to have two types of network connections: one for your Internet connection and another that the client computers can connect to, such as a wireless adapter.)

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Optional: If you want other network users to be able to control or disable the Internet connection, select that option.

You can also optionally allow other network users to use services running on your network, such as mail servers or web servers, under the Settings option.

Once ICS is enabled, you can Set Up an Ad Hoc Wireless Network or use newer Wi-Fi Direct technology so the other devices can connect directly to your host computer for Internet access.

Note:

check your Local Area Connection IP Addresss

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What You Need

  • a Windows 7 computer with an Internet connection and another network adapter
  • client computers that are TCP-IP enabled and capable of an Internet connection
  • network adapter for each computer
  • modem for the entire network