So, you got a nice wifi router. You spent a bunch of money on it. But, are you setting yourself back with bad placement? WiFi tricks! What’s the best way to get the best bang for your buck on your internet? And can you reuse old routers to improve your network? https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2020/02/the-ars-technica-semi-scientific-guide-to-wi-fi-access-point-placement/ https://www.howtogeek.com/104469/how-to-extend-your-wi-fi-network-with-simple-access-points/ https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-turn-an-old-wi-fi-router-into-an-access-point/ Jonathan really likes Ubiquiti access points if you want to get yourself an easy way to expand your network! Q&A can also set these up for you!
So, you cut the cord, what else is there? Well, you need the internet obviously! Networks, and Updating Them You’re going to want to make sure your home network is up to snuff for streaming, gaming, downloading, uploading, and more! Going to have guests? Got kids? Trying to save data on your cellular plan? All these things matter!
Well, we WERE going to start talking about municipal internet. Were. That was the plan. Wireless Odds and Ends – Part 1 But we started talking about that sweet D Link AC3150 Ultra Wireless Router, and that let to access points, range extenders, plus other networking things that just got Sam all confused… So we had to talk about home networking. After all, what good is super fast internet if your home network can’t use it? If you want to see the super cool Ubiquiti wireless access points Jonathan was talking about, check them out on Amazon or at OfficeMax!
Is your Information Superhighway in the middle of a traffic jam? Networking Info! While we often talk about your internet connection’s speed, what about your home network? Is it congested with everyone streaming music and video? Do you wonder where all your bandwidth went to? What can you do? Join Jonathan, LD, and Sam as they take this listener question about your networking and what you can do to improve it!
To heck with cables! What about wifi? WiFi Info! Glad you asked. We continue with our talk about home and office networking with regards to wifi. There’s some real alphabet soup in this area, so what does it mean? Why does it change? What’s important? Jonathan, LD, and Sam talk about this and more plus take your calls!