I have a small inetwork in my home. We have two internet connections one wired line and other is my internet dongle. I used wired line most. One day I got stuck with that and decided to share my dongle to all others.
Now network manager is there to manage all the network activities in gnome. I know that in gnome 3 it is all the mess. But I tried to share the connection .
It is very easy.
To enable this, you must follow three steps:
- Install dnsmasq on your computer. (On Ubuntu, you will want to install the
- Make sure your WAN connection [My Internet Dongle] (i.e. Internet-connected connection) is all configured (e.g. with DHCP or a static address) and working.
- For your LAN interface (which might be a second network card or a wireless card),
- Open the netwrok manager properties in ubuntu. in Gnome 3 you want to type Alt+F2 and nm-connection-editor
- select “Shared to other computers” in the IPv4 Settings tab.
- Click OK.
- Configure all your other computers in the network to DHCP.
- For that create a new connection in the network manager and click ok. then connect to that connection in the netwrok manager.
- It is working perfect.
Advice from Jeremy vissier.
Nice work with Network Manager. What a great piece of software.
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