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How to Connect as a Wi-Fi Hotspot

How to Connect as a Wi-Fi Hotspot

To create a Wi-Fi Hotspot, plug in a network cable from your router to the G-CONNECT Ethernet port. Point your wireless devices, such as your personal computer or iPad, to the G-CONNECT wi-fi network. You will be able to access both the G-CONNECT content and Internet simultaneously.

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