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Sharing ya inet via Wlan (Creating a WiFi AccessPoint(AP) with Windows 7)
01-14-2014, 10:23 PM (This post was last modified: 09-22-2016 01:10 PM by cw2k.)
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Sharing ya inet via Wlan (Creating a WiFi AccessPoint(AP) with Windows 7)
The Task:
Sharing ya internet via wlan so you can use it on ya smartphone.

Well normally you do this by enabling Wlan on the router but sometimes
-> you don't have the configuration password or
-> the router is to far away.

So you may create an ad-hoc wlan and enable ics however most smartphones are a little picky on that and refuse to see that network. (However that may work well for other PC's or Netbooks.)

Solution is to creating a WiFi AccessPoint(AP) with Windows 7
You may try this:
it even works with Windows 7 starter

for easy testing it'll be okay however it's an ulgy Dot Net 4.5 app that wants to get cracked(or paided) to work well for longer.
>Here< is some crack I DL and tested
... away to my taste it wastes a little bit too much RAM

ConnectifyD.exe ~40MB
Connectify.exe ~70MB
DispatchUI.exe ~40MB

for the fact that you may also create a WiFi AccessPoint(AP) with in Windows 7 without connectify.

1. That will set an AP with the name/ssid MyWiFi and the password qqqqwwww
    netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ^
            ssid=MyWiFi  key=qqqqwwww
Quote:How do I turn off the Hotspot password / security?

To use Hotspot in Access Point (AP) mode, a password is required. The Hosted Network feature in Windows that Hotspot uses to make the wireless network only support WPA2 security.

In Ad hoc mode, users have the option of WEP security or Open (no security). The only way to have a Hotspot with no password is to choose Ad Hoc Open mode.
connectify community

2. Start the AP and you're done:
    netsh wlan start hostednetwork

This will stop the AP
    netsh wlan stop hostednetwork

^- I learn this from here< - Note: This text is in german

Problems / Errors when starting the hostednetwork?
Well if you doing this the first time it is important to check if your WLAN-Card supports hostednetwork.
    netsh wlan drivers
should show:
    Hosted network supported : YES

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