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    Ad Hoc Internet Sharing with Microsoft Windows XP

    This article descibes how to configure computers running Windows XP to share an Internet connection using an ad hoc wireless network.
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        The Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) feature of Microsoft Windows XP allows you to share a single Internet connection with multiple computers. Built-in support for IEEE 802.11 wireless LANs (WLANs) allows you to create an ad hoc wireless network. These two features can be used together to share a wired Internet connection with the members of an ad hoc wireless network. This article describes how to quickly and easily use Windows XP to share a wired Internet connection with other WLAN computers.
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      Windows XP

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