A hotspot is a physical location where individuals can access the Internet, typically utilizing Wi-Fi, through a wireless local area network (WLAN) with a router associated with an Internet service provider. A hotspot can be in a private location or a public one, for example, in a coffee shop, a hotel, an airport, or an airplane. Public hotspots are typically made from wireless access points configured to give Internet access, controlled to some degree by the venue. Utilizing an open public network is the most effortless approach to make a free hotspot. All that is required is a Wi-Fi router.