Connectify is a free and easy to use software router for Windows 7 computers. With Connectify, users can wirelessly share any Internet connection: a cable modem, a cellular card, or even another Wi-Fi network. Other Wi-Fi enabled devices including laptops, smart phones, music players, and gaming systems can see and join your Connectify hotspot just like any other Wi-Fi access point and are kept safe and secure by password-protected WPA2 Encryption.
Connectify can easily act as a repeater for your home router, extending its range and providing Internet access wherever you need it. Connect to your home network, enter the same Wi-Fi name and password, and hit "Start Hotspot." Devices will automatically connect to the Internet through either your Connectify hotspot or home router depending on proximity. Before you know it you can finally have Internet access in that impossible back room or basement. In addition, if you run Connectify away from home with these settings, any devices that need to be bound to a specific network (such as Eye-Fi cards or wireless printers) will work flawlessly with no additional configuration no matter where you are!
On the Road
Connectify placed second in Lifehacker's Top 10 Downloads for a Road Warrior Laptop and it's not hard to see why. For the Road Warrior, Internet connectivity is a lifeline. Airports, Hotels, and Coffee Shops know this and charge accordingly, often as much as $10-$15 per day, per connection! These fees can quickly add up when traveling with friends or co-workers. The handful of hotels that do provide free Internet access occasionally only supply you with an ethernet jack, which leaves Wi-Fi only devices and smart phones in the dark. Even the lucky few that have mobile 3G cards or adapters are limited to a single connection. Because Connectify is free to download and use, users can save money on multiple Wi-Fi connections while on the road and still get all their devices online simultaneously.
Many Schools and private institutions have restrictive limits on the amount of devices an individual can have registered to their wireless networks. In this day and age, these quotas are quickly exceeded by the wide variety of Wi-Fi enabled devices we use on a regular basis. With Connectify running on a laptop or desktop PC, you can circumvent these limits and securely connect any number of devices to your personal Wi-Fi network.
Even without an active Internet connection, you can still run a Connectify hotspot. This provides wireless access to shared folders or drives on your network as well as the ability to play LAN games with others.
|Jadi intinya ini software buat ngeshare koneksi internet kita dengan jalur wifi. cara nya mudah banget . tinggal klick klick jadi deh . dan di lengkapi dengan password juga gan , jadi gk perlu takut koneksi kita ada yang ngambil .|
1.Connect with Mobile Devices :
Easily connect any number of Wi-Fi enabled devices to your network including laptops, phones, gaming systems, and more
2.Save Your Time and Money:
Connectify is Ad-supported and free to download and use. Best of all, it can actually save you money!
Software Based Wi-Fi Router:
Take any Internet connection and share it wirelessly with no additional hardware, wires, plugs, or chargers
One App, Endless Uses
With Connectify you can share expensive airport Wi-Fi with co-workers, create a hotspot in your ethernet-only hotel or dorm room, even extend the range of your home router.
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Semoga applikasi ini dapat membantu anda untuk kegiatan anda sehari hari . ane gk pernah nolak cendol gan)
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1. The Installer:
2. The Release Notes:
3. The Official Facebook Beta Feedback Survey:
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Spoiler for 2.Masukan Nama Komputer Agan > Klick Next:
Spoiler for 3.Masukan Password Agan(bebas) >Klick Next:
Spoiler for 4.Pilih Koneksi Agan yang Mana .( kalo gk bisa pilih satu satu):
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Remove aja connectify setelah bluescreen, Belom ketemu solusinya..
waduh ane mw lapor gan.. barangx ada yg mengalami hal yg sama.
ane pake asus a42f vx085D dan koneksi inet make modem smart..
install program ini dan hasilnya adalah Blue Screen..
jd pas install connectify.. koneksi smart ane masih nyala untuk ngaskus.. dan alhasil install nya ga selese2..
Spoiler for penampakan:
setelah koneksi di matiin langsung finish tuh...
terus pas ane mw connect smart na lagi.. jadi blue screen cape dech (ane pikir harus restart dl, ok dah restart...
jadi ane saranin klo mw connect yg pertama putuskan koneksi inet dl..
setelah itu laptop ane terpaksa restart.. ane connectin lagi smart na..
dan BLUE SCREEN lagi..
restart lagi.. langsung ane remove tuh connectify..
bisa connect lagi dah modem ane..
Mungkin yg bisa harus ada virtual wifi nya ya gan ??
klo berkenan di taruh di page one.
Nothing happens when I press the button to start the hotspot.
If you are running in Access Point mode and you have the Virtual Wifi Miniport adapter bridged to another network connection, you must disable this bridging. Microsoft forbids the use of bridging the Virtual Wi-Fi device to any other device, and so Connectify needs these to be disabled.
Connectify has a 'No Internet Detected' or 'No Internet on ...' message
This is a warning that Connectify could not detect a working Internet connection on the device you selected for 'Internet'. This is a warning message only and won't affect Connectify's functionality. However, if this message is shown, it is highly unlikely that connected devices will be able to connect to the Internet. This message usually comes from one of two scenarios:
Selected interface is not currently connected to the Internet. To resolve this, make sure the selected interface is currently connected to the Internet.
Multiple interfaces have Internet connections. If more than one Internet connection is available, for example a wired and a wireless connection have been established, then Windows may choose to only route Internet traffic over one interface, causing connected client devices to not have Internet access. It is best to have only 1 Internet connection enabled at a time.
I get errors of 'Unhandled Exception' or 'Failed to configure private interface' when trying to start the hotspot
While there are many causes for these errors, a common issue behind these is related to anti-virus and Internet security software. Below is a list of known work-arounds for various compatibility issues with these software products.
Kaspersky Internet Security: In the Connectify tray icon's Support menu, go to 'Network Connections'. From here, right click on the Microsoft Virtual Miniport Adapter and click on Properties. Disable the 'Kaspersky Anti-Virus NDIS Filter' by unchecking the box to its left. Choose OK, and then either disable and reenable the device, or restart your computer.
Another common issue is the Microsoft Virtual Wifi Miniport driver getting stuck in a bad state. To check for this issue, go to 'Device Manager' (in the 'Control Panel', under 'Hardware and Sound'). Under Network Adapters, there will be a Microsoft Virtual WiFi Miniport Adapter list (if your Wi-Fi adapter supports Access Point mode).
If there is a yellow exclamation point on the icon for this adapter, then Windows encountered an error loading the driver. You may be able to fix this by going into the Driver tab of the adapter's Properties dialog (double-click on the entry in Device Manager).
On this window, click the Disable button, wait for Windows to disable the device, then click the Enable button to reenable the adapter. The yellow exclamation point icon should go away, and Connectify should now be able to start a hotspot normally.
I get a status of 'Service Down' and clicking 'Start Service' doesn't fix it
If after waiting 15 seconds after running 'Start Service' the Connectify UI does not come out of the 'Service Down' state, there are a few things you should check:
Is .Net enabled? You can check for this by going to the start menu and searching for 'Turn Windows features on or off'. In this dialog, scroll down until you see 'Microsoft .Net Framework'. Make sure the box next to it is filled in with either a check mark or a block.
Are you running a non-admin user account? The service needs to be started on an administrator account. Connectify will setup the service to automatically start when the user that installed Connectify logs on. Other administrator users can start the service via the 'Start Service' button in Connectify, but standard users can not.
I get an 'Unknown Exception' error when Connectify starts.
If you get an error dialog titled 'Connectify: An unknown exception occurred (True)' with a 'System.IO.FileNotFoundException' mentioned in the window or a message that .Net is not enabled, then .Net may be disabled on your system. You can check for this by going to the start menu and searching for 'Turn Windows features on or off'. In this dialog, scroll down until you see 'Microsoft .Net Framework'. Make sure the box next to it is filled in with either a check mark or a block.
Connectify shows 'UPnP is not running' warning
This message will not effect the general functionality of Connectify. The UPnP server that Connectify sets up enables PS3s, Xbox 360s, and other devices to automatically open ports through the Connectify hotspot to the outside world. When this error is shown the UPnP server is not running, and connected devices may have some limited Internet connectivity. This only affects devices trying to setup direct connections to other machines on the Internet, and doesn't affect general Internet connectivity.
Supported Cards & Devices
Connectify works with all Wi-Fi cards under Windows 7. Any card can do "Ad Hoc" mode, and Windows 7 certified cards can also do "Access Point" mode (see below).
The single biggest difference between the two modes is that Access Point mode allows you to actually share a Wi-Fi connection from the same Wi-Fi card that you are using to access the Wi-Fi network. Ad Hoc mode needs the Internet connection to come from another card (Ethernet, cellular or a second Wi-Fi card in your computer).
Access Point Mode Devices
Connectify's Access Point mode works with new Windows 7 logo-tested Wi-Fi devices, and many older devices that have compatible Windows 7 drivers.
These devices are known to be compatible:
Atheros AR5xxx/AR9xxx cards, driver version 188.8.131.52
Broadcom 4310-series (in many Dell laptops)
Broadcom 4321AG/4322AG/43224AG WLAN Adapter, driver version 184.108.40.206 (here)
D-link AirPlus G DWL-G510 Wireless PCI Adapter, driver version 220.127.116.11
D-Link DWA-140 RangeBooster N USB Adapter, driver version 18.104.22.168
Dell 1510 Wireless N adapter, Broadcom version,driver 22.214.171.124, (here)
Intel 5100/5300, WiFi Link 1000 BGN, driver version 126.96.36.199
Linksys Dual-Band Wireless-N USB Network Adapter(WUSB600N), driver version 188.8.131.52
Netgear 108 Mbit WG311T
Ralink RT2870 (in many 802.11n USB dongles)
Realtek RTL8187B (Win7 driver ver.1178)
Realtek RTL8187SE (with the drivers that came with Windows 7)
Realtek RTL8192u with 1370(Beta)
Sitecom Wireless USB Adapter 54g WL-608, with Ralink RT2870 drivers, version 184.108.40.206
Does it work with a Nintendo DSi / 3DS?
Yes, as of Connectify version 2.0, the Nintendo DSi is supported as a client to Connectify networks. To setup your DSi to use a Connectify network, go to System Settings -> Internet -> Connection Settings -> Advanced Setup. Choose one of the connections (4,5 or 6), and then select Change Settings. Enter the SSID and password for your Connectify network, and you will be up and working.
Note that only DSi's built-in browser and games made specifically for the DSi can use these connections. Games made for older DS versions do not support WPA2 encryption and cannot connect with Connectify.
Does Connectify work with a Sony PSP?
Unfortunately no, the PSP uses an older wireless card that is incompatible with Connectify.
These older devices are known to be incompatible:
Belkin Wireless G MIMO devices (as of version 220.127.116.11)
D-Link AirPlus G DWL-G122
Gigabyte GA-WPKG 802.11g
Intel 3945/4965,2200BG (most Intel cards, unfortunately)
Mac Book Builtin Broadcom devices
Realtek RTL8187 (like in older 802.11bg USB dongles)
Zydas ZD1211 (also in 802.11bg USB dongles)
Where to get a compatible card
If your computer does not have a compatible card, you get one of these cards that are known to work with Connectify:
Intellinet Wireless-N USB Adapter - 523974
D-Link DWL-G510 Wireless PCI Adapter, 802.11g, 54 Mbps
Airlink 300n Wireless-n & G PCI Adapter for Desktops Model Awlh6090 PCI Network Card
3G Mobile Broadband and Wireless Internet devices
Some wireless broadband providers' hardware disallows the use of their device in an ICS setup. We are working on a solution to support all of these and will make an announcement when we have a resolution.
These devices are known to be compatible:
Clear 4G+ Mobile USB
What versions of Windows does Connectify run on?
Connectify runs on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, both in either 32 or 64 bits.
Does it run on Windows Vista or Windows XP?
Sorry, not at this time. Connectify depends on improvements made in Windows 7 to operate.
Do my friends need Windows 7 in order to connect to my Connectify hotspot?
Absolutely not, any Wi-Fi enabled device can connect to your network without any additional configuration or software.
Will it work with my 3G / 4G cellular Wireless Internet service?
It should, we have tested successfully with several. Please tell us if it doesn't.
Why does the installer tell me it only runs on Windows 7, even though I have Windows 7?
One of the features of Windows 7 is that it has a "Compatibility Mode" where it pretends to be an older operating system to installers. If you right click on the installer, and select "Properties", there is a "Compatibility" tab. Make sure there are no checks in any of the checkboxes on this screen.
My device can connect, but does not have internet access
First, make sure that you have selected your actual Internet connection in the Internet dropdown of Connectify, being sure to apply any changes that you make.
If you are still having issues, please consult the Firewall section for additional tips.
If you are sharing an Internet source from a device other than your Wi-Fi card, Windows may be turning off the hotspot device to save power. To disable this, in the Connectify tray icon's Support menu, go to 'Network Connections'. From here, right-click on the Microsoft Virtual Miniport Adapter and click on Properties, then click on the 'Configure' button in the 'Networking' tab. From this window, go to the 'Power Management' tab and uncheck 'Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power'.
Also be sure that you are using the most up-to-date drivers available for your wireless card. You may find updated drivers via Windows Update. Many times Windows Update does not have the latest drivers and you may need to check with your laptop or wireless device manufacturer to find them.
This failure is tied to the device drivers of your wireless card, and a permanent fix for this can only come from your wireless device's manufacturer
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