Windows 7 as WiFi Access Point

OK here is the deal: You have a wired connection to the Internet e.g. in a hotel room but your fancy new smart phone, iPad etc. just has WLAN connection. Until now you had three possibilities:

  1. Use your 3G connection
  2. Use Bluetooth or crappy wired connections
  3. Stay offline, go the hotel bar and get drunk you damn geek!

Well since all modern notebooks do have a WLAN card built in, why not use this card as an access point? The average Linux guy is now really LOLing but for us Windows users this just was a dream. Now Microsoft implemented some nice command line tools to turn your WLAN card into an access point. You can find the information here:

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UMTS Connector

When my site frist launched, people loved my UMTS-Connector. This peace of software is frequently used by mobile broadband users with a bad coverage. I developed this small program when I had to fight with large connection problems in 2007. Since I didn’t work on the software till then, I realease the source code free of charge for personal use.

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