Apple integrated internet sharing into macOS years ago, when personal hotspots and ubiquitous access to high-speed cellular data were non-existent. It remains a powerful option, especially when you need to connect multiple devices and cellular isn’t an option (for example, you’ve run out of personal hotspot data on your plan) or it’s slow or expensive.
Internet Sharing allows you to take any incoming network connection and share it with an outgoing one. If you’re in a hotel, for example, they might charge a per-device fee for access, but an Ethernet connection is often offered as a way to get connected. If so, have you brought an Ethernet adapter for your Mac or have Ethernet built in, you can connect this way.
In the sharing preferences panel, select Internet Sharing.
From the “Share this connection from” pop-up menu, select the Ethernet adapter.
Click the Wi-Fi Options button at the bottom of the pane.
Configure options, such as …
- According to this source How to share a Wi-Fi connection via macOS
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