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WiFi hotspot with an Ubuntu netbook

My task was to set up my Ubuntu netbook (Acer Aspire One D255E-13DQws) so that it acts as a wi-fi access point whenever I insert a USB WiFi adapter, and shares its existing connection, be it a wired RJ45 or WiFi connection on the built-in wi-fi card.

Among other use scenarios, it may be useful in hotels where only one WiFi client device is allowed in a room.

The below scenario is tested with Ubuntu 11.10, and it should work with older versions too. The TP-Link TL-WN821N is used by default, and also a Ralink3070 based adapter was working the same way.

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