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Do I have to use an ad-hoc network, or can I go through my router?

Last Updated: Jun 19, 2013 07:37PM CEST
You are not obligated to use an ad-hoc network. Connecting through a shared network (i.e. through a router) is perfectly valid, it just means that latency will be a little bit higher (200-300ms on average, rather than 10-15 ms with adhoc). This could very well be acceptable for you depending on your particular use-case. Lemur can work in both cases.

Many Windows users find it easy to use Hotspot software from http://connectify.me to manage their Wi-Fi and ad-hoc networks.
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