I want to connect my Model B to my university network, which I can do using the ethernet connection; this should be simple to do. What I am unsure of is how I can then use the Pi to act as an access point for this network; I want to connect an amazon echo dot to it, which will then be able to work off of this connection, as I cannot connect the echo directly to the university WiFi. I won't be able to edit any settings of the network that is providing the ethernet, and I have a WiFi dongle for the model B.

Alternative suggestions for getting the Echo connected using an ethernet solution would be appreciated if they are simpler, though I recognise that that could be marked as off topic.

  • See the following list from a google search. google.com/… looks to be lots of documentation on how to do it. – Richard Chambers Dec 31 '17 at 13:15

Raspberrypi.org has the best most simple answers:


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