Internet Sharing on Ubuntu

Create a wireless connection
Open the Network Connection System-Preferences-Network Connection, on the Wireless tab click Add
wireless settings as follows:
* The Wireless Tab
* SSID: (type name of the wireless connection)
* Mode: Ad-hoc
* BSSID: (blank)
* Mac-Address: (blank)
* MTU: Automatic
* In the Wireless Security Tab
* Security: 40/128-bit WEP Key (to be detected the Windows operating system)
* password: enter your password (eg 12345)
* In the IPv4 Settings Tab
* Method: Shared to other computers
click apply

Sharing internet
Please connect to the internet first
Connect also the ad-hoc wireless that we have made the first step
On the other Laptop, looking for wireless name (SSID) that already had been made by the first computer and then connect, enter the password.
The Internet access on both of the laptop done
netman wireless


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