This evening I’m staying at a hotel where wireless Internet (wifi) is not available in my room, but a free wired Internet connection IS provided. These are the steps I followed to create a temporary, “ad-hoc” wireless network (a wifi hotspot) using my Apple laptop.
After following these steps, I was able to connect my iPad to the “new” wifi network I created, and access the Internet wirelessly.
I love Macs. 🙂
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