Accessing wireless Internet using USB dongles has become popular over the past few years. The advantage of this type of Internet is that you can take it anywhere you want to, without having to get tied down by cables of wired internet. But one of the major woes that have been attributed to this type of Internet is that it cannot be shared with another computer in an easy way, or so it has been assumed. But the fact is that you can easily achieve it by using just a router, without any additional software. Here is how.
Before we start, there are certain requirements in the PC to be able to share USB dongle Internet. You will need a PC with one Ethernet port and a router (with Wi-Fi if you want to share the Internet over Wi-Fi). We are using Windows 7.
Open Control Panel by clicking on Start and Control Panel.
Under Network and Internet section, click on View network status and tasks to open Network and Sharing Center.
Click on Change adapter settings link located on the left of this window. You will notice the connection icon for your USB dongle in this window. In our case, this is ZTE-EVDO. Right-click on this icon and click on Properties.