Hi, I am stationed on a base in Afghanistan, and have a weird situation. There is a new internet provider here on base, Sniper Hill. It works fine, and up to now haven't had a problem. I connect using a USB wifi antenna. A few days ago I turned on my WIFI on my Mac and created a network, turned on sharing, etc. With the previous provider (IO Global), it worked fine. I could connect using my iPhone. The new provider somehow blocks this, and I can't figure out why or how they do it. I can connect with my iPhone, but no data passes. I went to the Sniper Hill website and saw this: "SniperHill does not or allow you connect wireless routers to your network..." So, is this the issue? How can they stop my Mac from becoming a hub? The data reaches the laptop fine, and I can surf the web. But when I turn it into a hub, I can connect to it with my iPhone or iPad, have an ip and dns addresses, but am unable to surf. So the question is, how do I share internet from my mac and bypass whatever they are doing to prevent me from sharing? It works fine with IO Global, so it isnt my settings or the mac. But now IO Glaobal is leaving, and Sniper Hill is taking over. Thanks!