Windows 10: Hotspot (netsh wlan start hostednetwork)

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    G' Win User

    Hotspot (netsh wlan start hostednetwork)


    Trying to share my Windows 10 Lenovo laptop's internet connection through the cmd via netsh wlan start hostednetwork.

    To enter set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid="ssid" pass="pass,"

    运行命令:

    'netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=ssidName key=your8characterPassword'

    :)
     

  2. Hotspot (netsh wlan start hostednetwork)

    I am trying to share my Windows 10 Lenovo laptop's internet connection through the cmd via netsh wlan start hostednetwork.

    I already know you first have to enter set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid="ssid" pass="pass," but then when I enter netsh wlan start hostednetwork, I receive the error "The hosted network couldn't be started.

    The group or resource is not in the correct state to perform the requested operation."

    I have looked online for months to no avail for a solution, I have already tried hidden network adapters in device manager and anything else I have seen suggested, I have deduced that I am missing Microsoft hosted network virtual adapter, but cannot find
    it in device manager, or through the add hardware process, or the Microsoft website. I am routing my phone's data to my laptop through an app called pdaNet+, and while the computer allows me to access the internet, in the wifi settings, it says "connected,
    no internet," I know this is not the case however, because I am currently typing this question on the microsoft website through that connection.
     
    DorksBilly, Nov 8, 2019
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  3. Hotspot (netsh wlan start hostednetwork)

    Hi DorksBilly.

    Your network card hardware probably doesn't support the Hosted Network.
    Alternatively, you can use the integrated Windows Mobile Hotspot feature.

    Open CMD or PowerShell and type netsh wlan show driver press enter.
    Look in the list, Supported Hosted Network, if it says NO, your network card does not support this feature.
     
    franco d'esaro, Nov 8, 2019
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  4. Hotspot (netsh wlan start hostednetwork)

    Setting up a Mobile Hotspot in WIN 10 using NETSH Commands.


    Below are some commands I came across on another forum to help get Mobile hotspot working. These commands also work on Windows 7 and 8 and possible other older Windows OS's.

    Commands all run while in Command Prompt (Admin)

    1. The first step is to make sure that your device/PC's wireless adaptor/s include support for Hosted Network. (This is covered in the tip section of the tutorial).

    Code:
    Code:
    NETSH WLAN show drivers
    This command will show The detail and a line indicating that
    You also see what the Hosted network settings are before you start the process with this command.
    Code:
    Code:
    NETSH WLAN show hostednetwork
    The response is a listing of all the details related to Hosted Network. Mode; SSID Name; Max number of clients allowed; Cipher.
    You can also check the security settings with this command:
    Code:
    Code:
    NETSH WLAN show hostednetwork setting=security
    The response is a listing of the parameters, Authentication; Cipher; Security key; User security key; Usage.

    2. Next would be to set the Hosted Network mode to "allowed" and to set SSID to a name you wish choose, and also at the same time to allocate a Password
    Code:
    Code:
    NETSH WLAN set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=[SSID Name] key=[password(minimum of 8 characters)]
    The response will be to confirm your settings.

    Note it is possible to disallow Hosted network at any time using the command
    Code:
    Code:
    NETSH WLAN set hostednetwork mode= disallow
    3. Then you need to actually Start a Hosted network by activating it.

    Code:
    Code:
    NETSH WLAN start hostednetwork
    Note: It is possible at any time to stop a Hosted network with the command

    Code:
    Code:
    NETSH WLAN stop hostednetwork
    4. Now you need to share the existing Internet connection with this newly created Hosted Network, by setting up the "Internet Connection Sharing" feature on the applicable network adaptor.

    a. Access the Network Connections by whatever way you like such as [Windows key+X]
    b. Right click on the Properties tab for that Internet connection.
    c. At the same time you should see a new Network Connection called "Local Area Connection...."
    d. Click the Sharing tab
    e. tick the "Allow other network users to share this connection"
    f. Select the new Virtual Network from the drop down list.
    g. [OK] to finish.

    Hope this helps others' with the same problem as well as allows those Insiders interested in following up why the quick action settings do not always work for everyone.

    I continue to get the error code " We can't set up mobile hotspot. Turn On Wi-Fi", and the Mobile hotspot screen does not reflect the settings I have done using the NETSH commands.

    I would have expected that once Mobile hotspot is set up, the quick action screen would come back with the correct display such as mobile Hotspot = ON.
     
    Geoff Daniell, Nov 8, 2019
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