InternetSharing is a command line tool primarily used in MacOS for sharing an internet connection from one device to another. It allows users to turn their Mac device into a virtual router, enabling other devices to connect to the internet through it. The tool can be accessed through the Terminal application in MacOS. It provides a simple and efficient way to share an ethernet, Wi-Fi, or cellular data connection with other devices, such as smartphones, tablets, or other computers. InternetSharing supports various internet connection types, and users can specify the network interface they want to share the connection from. It also offers advanced settings like defining a network name and password for the shared network. By using the InternetSharing command, users can conveniently create a temporary network and share their internet connection without needing any additional hardware or software.
List of commands for InternetSharing:
internetsharing:tldr:88a22 internetsharing: Start the daemon.$ InternetSharingtry on your machineexplain this command