12-05-2003, 10:35 AM #1wrxjimGuestmacs w/ airport see other macs w/o base?
can macs w/ airport see other macs w/o a basestation present?
can a tower w/ an airport card become a base station and allow a laptop
to use the tower's internet access and network?
anyone experiment w/this?
- 12-05-2003, 10:51 AM #2
im not sure if this is possible, since the airport card isnt designed to send a signal the same way the basestation does. the only way i can think of to try this is plug your connection into one of the 2 macs, and turn on Appletalk under System Preferences >> Network >> Configuration. Then under Sharing set to share your internet connection with computers on your network. (i might have gotten these 2 backwards, im working off memory while at work on my IBM maxipad) .... but i highly doubt this will work. youd be best getting a wireless router or airport basestation
12-05-2003, 11:28 AM #3
Originally Posted by MacAddikt
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