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Connecting to internet from a far away wifi HotSpot without a PC


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Hi folks, Sagi1 here from Italy.

In my holiday home I have an Alpha wireless usb adapter AWUS051NH , an HP computer running Kali Linux OS and a TP-Link wireless usb adapter TL-WN722N as WLAN for sharing the connection to my tablets that me and my parents use.

With this tools connected to the computer I can reach a far away Wifi HotSpot from my home so I can have internet.

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The annoying part is that I must always run my computer so I can have internet on my tablets.

So here my question:

Is there a cheap, low wattage solution that I can use instead of my Kali Pc?

I hope in your answers, sorry for my english.

Greetings from Italy!!
Sagi1





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I do the same thing. I have been running a raspberry pi Kali machine with 2 Alfa cards, you will need a usb powered hub witch makes it a mess of wires. ..

I purchased a pogoplug for 15$ off Amazon that can run debian witch has enough power to run all the devices you want plus hard drives...

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