MacTuts+’s Andrew Lee notes that while Wi-Fi hotspots and networks abound these days from coffee shops to airports, but there still may be occasions when you find yourself without a wireless connection and have five friends who need to get online. Lee shows us Mac users how to create a Wi-Fi hotspot from a wired Internet connection with our Macs usiing functionality built into OS X, and also covering how to set up computer-to-computer networks for sharing files, screens, and more, and no routers required. Lee says this system works great when you’re traveling and only have a single cable to connect several gadgets. Everything gets to connect to the Internet from just one cord.
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