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Part: IV Your Own Wireless Network > Configuring Your Wi-Fi Network

Chapter 14. Configuring Your Wi-Fi Network

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In Chapter 13, “Setting Up Your Access Point,” I showed you how to set up a very simple network using a Wi-Fi access point/router combination. The equipment needed for that kind of network has become quite inexpensive, and it should do for a great many home and small office applications. This chapter fills in some gaps from Chapter 13 and discusses some of the other topics involving Wi-Fi that can come up in networks. I'll start by showing you how ad hoc, or peer-to-peer, networking works with Wi-Fi. Next, I'll show you how to share your Internet connection with another computer—something you might want to do if your computers are connected using ad-hoc networking.


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