I'm looking for something that will take the Internet connection connected through ethernet on my PC and broadcast it as a wireless signal. I don't mean a router. I mean something that takes the computer's Internet connection and shares it. I'm doing this right now with a network card, but of course, it's just wired. I connect an ethernet cable from the network card to my MacBook, and thus my MacBook is leeching off my PC's internet connection. I want the same thing except wireless. At my university we're not allowed to have wired OR wireless routers, which I think is ridiculous. Unregistered computers or computers owned by non-students and non-faculty can't even access the network in the first place, so why can't we have routers? /end rant. Well the network card I have right now gets around that, as all it does is split the internet connection. To the network administrators, my laptop and my desktop have the same IP and are the same computer. I was wondering if this is possible to do with a wireless signal. I imagine that wireless PCI adapters can only receive wireless signals and not accept them. It probably requires a lot of hardware and power to broadcast a wireless signal, which is why wireless routers are the way they are... but is there any way I can do this? Or can I get a wireless router, connect it to my extra ethernet adapter, and somehow hide it from the network administrators? Thanks a lot. [Edit] Or, I just had a thought, could I connect a wireless router to the extra ethernet port on my PC and it would simply broadcast the shared internet connection? Can I set a wireless router not to assign unique IPs to each user? As in, I don't really create a network, it's just broadcasting the ethernet input?