It is the most concerned recent issues that ‘how to enable Internet Connection Sharing & Create Wi-Fi hotspot in Windows 8′. Once in a while, you could not succeed to enable Internet Connection Sharing in Windows 8, you get desperate to fix. Though similar act has been successfully done via Network and Sharing Center on Windows 7. To ease up enabling Internet Connection Sharing in Windows 8, I am about to demonstrate the way in the remaining part of the particular article.
- Open Win X menu then go to Command Prompt (Admin) option.
- In Command Windows put following commands and click enter button:
netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=DellNet key=asdfg12345
while putting command, you may put either name instead DellNet and assign own 8 character password.
- After then put another command in existing CMD windows as following:
netsh wlan start hostednetwork
Once these command putted simultaneously the Wireless hosted network started automatically.
Remaining issue to create a Wi-Fi hotspot in Windows 8 could be addressed now. For this you have to en-route to Control Panel < All Control Panel Items < Network and Sharing Center.
- Now, click on Change adapter settings that will display all your Network Connections.
- In above Network connection window, you see a newly created network connection. Just right-click on the connection you are using currently and select properties. Then click on Sharing Tab in properties box and select ‘Allow other network users to connect through this computer’s Internet connection’ and click OK.
- Such act will allow to create Wi-Fi hotspot of your Windows 8.