Difference between revisions of "Talk:Enable Internet Sharing"

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In Mac OS X System Preferences, the Sharing icon presents a variety of things. The main tab, "Services," turns on AFP, SMB, WWW, FTP, Etc, while the "Internet" sharing tab offers one button "Internet Sharing," which sets up routing, NAT and DHCP automatically, turning the device into an ultra simple router.
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In Mac OS X System Preferences, the Sharing icon presents a variety of things. The main tab, "Services," turns on AFP, SMB, WWW, FTP, Etc, while the "Internet" sharing tab offers one button "Internet Sharing," which sets up routing, NAT and DHCP automatically, turning the device into an ultra simple router. [[User:Danieleran|Danieleran]] 06:20, 30 March 2007 (CEST)

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Heliode: Just thinking out loud: people have managed to install System Preferences.app. Couldn't internet sharing be enabled from this? btw, not sure if you already are, but you should really try fseventer to gather information on what changes are made on the file system when you enable internet sharing.

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Uh, unless I'm really confused, WebDav is not at all the same thing as Internet Sharing. Internet Sharing would enable the Apple TV to share its Ethernet connection to wireless clients, or vice versa, as a bridge from wireless to Ethernet. See: Mac OS X 10.4 Help: Sharing your Internet connection --Jonathan 20:12, 29 March 2007 (CEST)


-- In Mac OS X System Preferences, the Sharing icon presents a variety of things. The main tab, "Services," turns on AFP, SMB, WWW, FTP, Etc, while the "Internet" sharing tab offers one button "Internet Sharing," which sets up routing, NAT and DHCP automatically, turning the device into an ultra simple router. Danieleran 06:20, 30 March 2007 (CEST)