Create a wireless hotspot within an existing network

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Hi, I work in a place that has a wired and wireless network. My computer has internet access via its LAN cable but doesn't have a wireless adapter or anything, since there are wireless routers available in the network I wonder if I can use em to create a hotspot with my computer.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Is it an office/personal use? If you have plenty of internet connection via LAN network, so why did you ask for wireless connection. If you have no permission to use, so this is also a kind of hacking/illegal practice. You can ask your sys admin person to get Wi-Fi connections. Or back here with more details like what type of connections are there/what environment is there etc.
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  • TheRealRaven
    It's not clear at all what you're asking for. If wireless connections are already in the network, what are you thinking will be changed?
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