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To set up an ad hoc network, follow these steps:
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1. Open Network And Sharing Center and in the Tasks list, click Set Up A Connection Or Network. 2. In the Set Up A Connection Or Network wizard, select Set Up A Wireless Ad Hoc (Computer-to-Computer) Network and click Next. On the next page, click Next.
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3. Specify a network name. The name can be up to 32 characters long, may contain letters, numbers, and underscores, and is case-sensitive. 4. Specify a security type. Ad hoc networks support only WEP encryption; the only other option is an open, unsecured network. An open network is the easiest for others to join whether that s an advantage or disadvantage depends on whether potential interlopers might be nearby and whether you expect to transmit sensitive information. 5. If you selected WEP as the security type, enter a security key, which you can enter in any of these forms:
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5 or 10 case-sensitive characters (letters, numbers, and punctuation) A 13-digit or 26-digit hexadecimal number (numbers and letters A F)
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6. If you plan to use the ad hoc network again in the future, select Save This Network. If you do not, Windows automatically deletes the network after the user who set up the network or all other users on the network disconnect.
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7. Click Next. If your computer is connected directly to the internet (through a network adapter other than the wireless adapter you re using for the ad hoc network) and you want to share the internet connection, click Turn On Internet Connection Sharing. 8. Click Close.
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Setting Up a Small Network
The network is now set up and ready to use. Others can join the network just as they join any other wireless network: Click the network icon in the taskbar s notification area, click Connect To A Network (or Connect Or Disconnect if already connected to a wireless network). Select the ad hoc network and click Connect. If the ad hoc network is secured with WEP encryption, another dialog box asks for the security key; enter it and click Connect.
To share files, file sharing must be enabled . For more information, see 13, Managing Shared Folders and Printers .
Setting Up a Shared Internet Connection
To share an internet connection safely on a small network, you have two options:
Install a router or residential gateway This piece of hardware sits between your network and your internet connection (usually an external DSL or cable modem, although you can also use a conventional modem in this configuration). To the outside world, the residential gateway appears to be a computer with its own IP address, although it s considerably more secure because it does not have any running programs or disk storage that can be attacked by a would-be intruder. This class of hardware typically uses network address translation (NAT) to assign private IP addresses to computers on your network. Because it s always on, any computer can access the internet at any time through the gateway device. Use Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) In this configuration, the computer with the active internet connection acts as the ICS host computer and shares its internet connection. All computers on your network route their internet traffic through the ICS host computer. ICS is most effective with high-speed (cable or DSL) connections, although it works acceptably with dial-up internet connections. The ICS host computer must have a second network adapter to share a broadband connection. (If your broadband modem is an internal device or if you use a dialup modem, you don t need a second network adapter.) The shared connection is available only while the ICS host computer is turned on.
For security and convenience, the first option is far superior, and we strongly recommend it. In a time when routers were expensive and difficult to configure, ICS made a lot of sense. For the most part, those days are gone.
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