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I have a Wi-Fi router connected wirelessly to my laptop. I want to connect a headless Raspberry Pi to this network but my Wi-Fi router does not have an Ethernet port. So I was wondering if its possible to connect my Pi to my laptop via an Ethernet cable and then connect it to the home network. Is it possible? How do i do it?

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Google "raspberry pi connect to internet through laptop"

Or look at this How to share my internet connection on a (Windows) computer with a Raspberry Pi?

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  • but my raspberry pi is headless. So when it was connected to the router, i wud type 192.168.1.123 in putty and the ssh connection would be established and everything worked fine. but when i connect th e raspberry pi to my laptop and type 192.168.1.123 in putty, it gives a message "connection timeout" so i typed ipconfig and found out that the ip address for raspbery pi was 192.168.1.103 So when i typed the address in putty, it gives an error message "connection refused" what do i do? – user3562053 Apr 17 '15 at 15:39
  • On a normal network, the router would assign ip addresses, so computers can connect to each other, using DHCP. In a network where two computers are directly connected, you will need to use a static ip address, because there's no router to automatically assign them one. Read this guide: pihw.wordpress.com/guides/direct-network-connection – Matthew Apr 17 '15 at 20:55

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