Create protected networks
NetPaylas is a suitable solution for creating a local network, using a proper device or machine and establishing the connection to Internet adapters. You may create a temporary network, that can serve a short-term purpose, or even set a permanent Internet connection.
Additionally you may protect your network with a password, that you can share only with trusted users and change regularly. Any new password can be changed in a history log area. Also, you may enter a custom password, or let the software generate a random alpha-numeric sequence. Each pass-phrase requires a minimum number of characters, and, optionally, different type of symbols.
Required Internet adapters
You may convert your machine to a wireless router, by establishing a connection to an Internet adapter. Once such a connection is stable your machine can transmit the signal through wireless means, to other devices or machines.
Simply choose a name for your network, a password, for protection, and click Start to enable sharing the Internet connection. A display box, in the right upper corner of NetPaylas’s window notifies you which devices are connected to your network. Thus you can monitor the Internet traffic and all the participants.
Moreover, you can modify the IP settings, depending on the Internet adapter sources. While the software recommends that you do not change the IP numbers, you may modify them, when required.
You can easily create a wireless network that your friends can connect to, with NetPaylas. The software is lightweight and easy to use, since it allows you to turn your computer to a wireless router. Setting up a local network is made easy, because you can connect your computer to an Internet adapter, then start your own wireless network and allow your friends to access the Web.
Reviewed by Elizabeta Virlan on June 30th, 2014
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Application descriptionWith NetPaylas, you can create a password protected wireless network and allow other users to connect to it and naviga...