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Mac OS X to the Max: Using AirPort to Share an Internet Connection with a Wired Network

AirPort enables you to easily share an Internet connection among AirPort-equipped machines. However, you can also use an AirPort Base Station to share an Internet account among machines that are connected to it via a wired network, such as an Ethernet network. You can do this because the Base Station is actually a DHCP server.

→ To learn more about DHCP servers, see Chapter 26, “Sharing an Internet Connection,” p. 645.


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