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Can I get internet access in a MAC notebook through my Desktop PC?

I have internet access on my Desktop PC with a TrendNet TEW-432BRP Router and the lady upstairs has a MAC Notebook.
She wants to know how she can get internet access on her MAC thru my PC Desktop.

Is there a wireless adapter for a MAC that will network with my PC Desktop?

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Edited by dsenette, 20 May 2010 - 06:30 AM.

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she wouldn't need to go through your desktop if you've got a router. that router already has wireless abilities so all she needs is a wireless adapter and the information needed to connect to your router (assuming you've set up wireless security on the router).

you MAY want to contact your ISP and verify that sharing your connection with another tenant doesn't violate their terms of service. Some ISPs consider connection sharing outside of your home theft of service.
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