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Old 07-19-2013, 10:31 PM   #1
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Sharing a wifi connection via a wifi router on a linux machine (see pic)

As the title suggests I have a wifi network that has internet access A in the


I want to connect to this wifi network with my laptop's wifi card B and then

share the connection to another wifi network C via a wifi router that is

plugged in to B's network port. Would I plug B's network port

in to the WAN Port on the wifi router or just a general port? I'm running Debian on this

machine, what additional configuration settings would I need to worry about?


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