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Main » 2011 » December » 20 » Share your usb modem to access internet for other computer
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Share your usb modem to access internet for other computer

Share your usb modem to access internet for other computer

Accessing wireless Internet using USB dongles has become popular over the past few years. The advantage of this type of Internet is that you can take it anywhere you want to, without having to get tied down by cables of wired internet. But one of the major woes that have been attributed to this type of Internet is that it cannot be shared with another computer in an easy way, or so it has been assumed. But the fact is that you can easily achieve it by using just a router, without any additional software. Here is how.

Before we start, there are certain requirements in the PC to be able to share USB dongle Internet. You will need a PC with one Ethernet port and a router (with Wi-Fi if you want to share the Internet over Wi-Fi). We are using Windows 7.

Open Control Panel by clicking on Start and Control Panel.

Under Network and Internet section, click on View network status and tasks to open Network and Sharing Center.

Click on Change adapter settings link located on the left of this window. You will notice the connection icon for your USB dongle in this window. In our case, this is ZTE-EVDO. Right-click on this icon and click on Properties.

Now click on Sharing tab. You will notice that there is an option to allow other network users to connect through this computer's internet connection, check that box.

You may now see a warning that the user name and password for this connection cannot be saved for use by all users. This is normal because the user name and password for USB dongle Internet is usually stored inside the dialer program that comes with it. Click OK to continue.

Now you can choose one of the available connections in the dropdown list to share the internet. If you have more than one network adapters or Wi-Fi, you must choose the Local Area Network connection which you would connect to the router.

After you choose Local Area Network, click OK to save the internet sharing setting.

You will now see that the USB dongle connection icon shows that it is shared.

Now plug in the RJ-45 jack at one end of a cross-crimped Ethernet cable into the LAN port of your computer (the same port which has been chosen for internet sharing), and plug in the RJ-45 jack at the other end of this cable into the socket market Internet on your router. It is a good idea to reset the router before connecting. It is also a good idea to make sure that the shared LAN connection does not have any IPv4 values pre-assigned to it, rather set it to get them assigned automatically.

Power on your router and connect another PC to its LAN port using another cross-crimped Ethernet cable to make sure that the Internet connection sharing is working. If you have any Wi-Fi devices such as a laptop or an iPod touch or a mobile phone with Wi-Fi, then you may want to rather use a Wi-Fi router. In that case, you can refer to this article to create a secure Wi-Fi connection. It's as simple as that.

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