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Can use my ijnternet USB and plug it into a router and end up with internet WIFi in the house_

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No.  The USB implements the client end but not the access end.
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True. You can try Internet Connection Sharing (properties then Sharing tab) of your USB adapter. This is not a router at all and I do not use it, but it is there. ... Thinkpads_User
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Some routers do have USB ports that can be setup as a wan. My sonicwall tz has this as well as a dir815 with ddwrt and a buffalo wzr with ddwrt. Ymmv
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vukovarcan - that is just internet connection sharing as already noted. ... Thinkpads_User
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