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Topic # 23991 12-Jul-2008 16:34
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Hi,

Is there a way I can share my Vodem internet connection using Apple Airport Express?

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  Reply # 147501 13-Jul-2008 19:10
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As I understand it you need a computer between the airport and the vodem to act like a router.

If you have a macbook you can connect your vodem to it, then share the internet connection out of your macbook's ethernet connection. Then connect your airport express to your macbook and tell the airport to create a wireless network. 

I think Smile

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  Reply # 148169 15-Jul-2008 16:36
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phindmarsh:
As I understand it you need a computer between the airport and the vodem to act like a router.

If you have a macbook you can connect your vodem to it, then share the internet connection out of your macbook's ethernet connection. Then connect your airport express to your macbook and tell the airport to create a wireless network. 

I think Smile


You can also bypass the airport express altogether and use the macbook's internal airport card as an access point.  google it - it's pretty cool.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 148177 15-Jul-2008 16:45
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gehenna:
phindmarsh:
As I understand it you need a computer between the airport and the vodem to act like a router.

If you have a macbook you can connect your vodem to it, then share the internet connection out of your macbook's ethernet connection. Then connect your airport express to your macbook and tell the airport to create a wireless network. 

I think Smile


You can also bypass the airport express altogether and use the macbook's internal airport card as an access point.  google it - it's pretty cool.

No wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.... REALLY?

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  Reply # 148183 15-Jul-2008 16:48
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gehenna: You can also bypass the airport express altogether and use the macbook's internal airport card as an access point.  google it - it's pretty cool.

First result of my first search yielded this.




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  Reply # 148186 15-Jul-2008 16:56
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gehenna: You can also bypass the airport express altogether and use the macbook's internal airport card as an access point.  google it - it's pretty cool.

Yes, that is rather cool. We sent an internet signal across 1km with an airport express -> macbook -> airport express. It was pretty sweet. AND it only took 10 minutes to set up, most of that getting 1km away from the initial airport Smile

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