Now you can share your internet access with your friends or other
computers using a Macintosh computer. If you are using an older
internet router, you would know that it lacks the ability or
capability to send or transmit a Wi-Fi signal. Anyways, you can
transmit a Wi-Fi signal with your Mac by using a port that looks like
a phone jack, you can call it "Ethernet".
<hr/>STEPS TO FOLLOW<hr/>
>>> Locate the Apple icon and click on it to get some options. This step is to help you in to the system preferences.
<p>>>> Now, click on "Sharing". This can be identified with an icon of
a yield sign over a folder.</p>
>>> You will need to type in an administrator password and username to gain access. This is done by clicking the lock at the bottom left corner of your PC window.
<p>>>> Mark or click the box "Internet Sharing". And under the option
"Share your connection from", choose or select "Ethernet".</p>
>>> Search for an option "AirPort" and tick off the checkbox of this option.
Congratulations! Now your Ethernet connection can work as Wi-Fi
connection, as long as your Macintosh remains plugged in.
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