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    Error in adhoc network connection

    I could not access internet access in adhoc network connection. I have even shared internet access , but still internet is inaccessible in other laptop. What could be the possible issue ?



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    ak47 Array
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    Re: Error in adhoc network connection

    Enable File Sharing

    Step 1

    Click "Start" and type "View network connections" on the host computer (the one connected to the Internet). Press "Enter." The Network Connections window will appear.

    Step 2

    Right-click Local Area Connection and select Properties. A Properties dialog box will appear.

    Step 3

    Click the Sharing tab in the Properties dialog box and place a check mark next to the "Allow other network users to connect through this computer's Internet connection" option. Click the "Home networking connection" drop-down box and select Wireless Network Connection.

    Step 4

    Click "OK" to save your changes.

    Create Ad Hoc Network

    Step 1

    Click "Start" and input "wireless" into the Windows search bar on the host computer (the one connected to the internet). Select "Manage wireless networks" from the list of Control Panel results that appears. The Manage Wireless Networks window will appear.

    Step 2

    Click the "Add" button on the left side of the window. A dialog box will appear.

    Step 3

    Click the option "Create an ad hoc network." A brief explanation about ad hoc networks will display. Click "Next."

    Step 4

    Type a name for the ad hoc network into the "Network name" field.

    Step 5

    Select WPA2-Personal for the security type and then input a password into the "Security key/Passphrase" field. Click "Next" to create the ad hoc network connection.

    Connect to Host Computer

    Step 1

    Click the network icon in the Windows task bar on the secondary computer (the one that is not connected to the Internet). A list of available wireless network connections will appear. The network icon resembles cell phone reception bars.

    Step 2

    Scroll through the list of available wireless connections and select the ad hoc network you created in the previous section. Note that the name of the network will be the name that you typed into the "Network name" field when creating the ad hoc network.

    Step 3

    Click "Connect" and enter the password you specified in the previous section.

    Step 4

    Open a browser on the secondary computer and browse the Internet as usual.

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    development Array
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
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    Re: Error in adhoc network connection

    Hello Dude ...


    First of all You disable it

    And then connect it again

    Every devices can be connected via ad hoc networking

    First of all see that they have this wi Fi capabilty

    Decide the name and Security password for the Wi Fi ad hoc network

    Go to Network and sharing centre

    First choose a " set up a new connection or network "

    From airport option click on Create network

    Choose the Computer to computer network option

    Test the as hoc network connection after linking the first two devices together

    To join additional devices ... browse the list of Wi Fi networks

    And then connect to the one with the Correct name



    That is it


    ALL THE GOOD LUCK

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