> Wanting to know if it is possible to connect two laptops via a wireless
> connection without the use of a wireless router. Reason being; is that
> when I go Rving; I'll have my main laptop receiving a signal from a
> access point via a Wlan 802.11g USB adapter with a antenna; and I would
> like to have the other laptop receive that same signal via my main
> laptop. ( only have one adapter )!
> On the same subject; at home, I have a set up with a Apple TV box
> connected to my Tv. The Apple Tv box streams all my movies from my
> computer to the TV via a wireless connection. At home; this all goes
> through my wireless router. Is it possible to do this whilst Rving
> without the wireless router.
> Thanks in advance.
Windows has a facility called Internet Connection Sharing. Assuming that
your main laptop has a free Ethernet adapter and your other laptop has
an Ethernet adapter, you could do what you want. You'll need a
cross-over Ethernet cable (*not* a standard cable). See
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