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I am not sure about its compatibility with El Capitan but Teleport will let you do exactly what you want. I used it for years to connect one keyboard and mouse between 3 Macs, but have not used it in awhile.
If you've paired it before, clicking the mouse after turning it on should do it.
This question has an open bounty and can't be closed right now as a duplicate... but there's duplicate question+answers, which probably would be the main reference, and the current question could be closed. Anyways, I have given the extended reply there. Just to summarize in your context: There's no easy way to do this by standard means of iOS (current ...
QuickerTek makes a card that replaces the Apple WiFi/Bluetooth card. A bit pricey at $149: http://www.quickertek.com/products/Ucard.html This works in 2011-2012 13" and 15" MacBook Pros (non-retina). The version for 2011-2012 MacBook Pros (non-Retina) uses Apple's driver. Also have versions for: 2010 15" MacBook Pro - uses a firmware patch 2009-2010 13" ...
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