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How to connect two computers wirelessly on Ubuntu?

I have three computers on a local access network (LAN). One has the router (computer A), and the other two have usb adapters to connect (computers B and C).

How can I connect computer B to computer C via the router?

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  1. Tracy L | Dec 14, 2010 | Reply

    OK. You have me confused. One has the router? You mean it connects to the router by wire? Routers are independent devices (once configured) so it really does not matter how they connect to the “client” machines. You can connect with wire, you can connect wireless in either case, you are connected to the ROUTER and thus you are NETWORKED!

    If two computers are connected to a router with wireless, all you have to do is communicate between the machines they are on the same network. If a wired machine is also connected to the router, all three can communicate as they are all on the same network.

    To share files in Ubuntu just open an SSH session. You do need to know the IP of the other machine. but that is all that is needed to communicate with it.
    Here is a quick how to
    http://linuxowns.wordpress.com/2008/06/08/share-files-between-2-ubuntu-computers/

    You can also share files between all machines. Here is Ubuntus information
    https://help.ubuntu.com/7.10/internet/C/networking-shares.html

    Hope that helps.

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