What I Recommend: The TP-Link wifi 6 AX1500 Smart wifi Router (also called the Archer AX10) delivers all the mainstream features you want out of a home or small office network while preparing you for the latest wifi Standard at around $70. When I moved into a new office, I needed to purchase a wifi router. While [read This is The Best Home Wifi Router Under $100]
Below you will find articles, guides and product reviews related to home networking. Be sure to check out the following articles.
Home Networking Guides
- Improve Your Home WiFi Network with Ethernet!
- How to Use Your Own Router with Your ISP
- How to Secure Home Wifi
- Google Wifi Mesh Solves Home Networking
An important consideration for anyone cutting the cord is having a stable connection to the internet on all your TVs and devices. People tend to utilize WiFi for most of their devices so making sure a home network has good Wifi coverage is crucial. Unfortunately, WiFi is subject to interference and can make it difficult [read Improve Your Home WiFi Network with Ethernet]
With more people working and going to school from home, having a fast and stable internet connection is more important than ever. Most of that depends on the quality of your home internet provider. However, if your home wifi network isn’t properly set-up, the best internet connection in the world will leave you with buffered [read 5 Tips to Improve your In Home Wi-Fi]
A few years ago, I upgraded my home network to a Google Wifi mesh network, and it was one of the best networking decisions I’ve ever made. I have whole home wifi coverage. I can check the network when I’m not at home. I can shut down my kids’ devices when they won’t put them down. [read Google Nest Wifi Vs Google Wifi]
Many cord cutters would like a little more control over their network. Most internet providers force a device on you to be the gateway router for your home network. What if you want your router to control your network? Most commercial routers are fairly plug-and-play. All you need is a public facing internet address source [read How to Use Your Own Router with Your ISP]
If you frequent this site, you know the numerous reasons why it’s better to watch TV without cable. If you have already cut the cord, it doesn’t make sense to rent your router from your provider when you can use your own. Why pay $10 bucks a month, when you can get a great wireless [read Use Own Router with FiOS ONT Ethernet]
Nearly everyone accessing the internet should be concerned about ensuring their router is secure. While securing WiFi is important, there are other router security concerns even if you have Wifi turned off on your router. The most chilling is how hackers are using home routers by enlisting them in botnet armies to launch botnet attacks [read How to Secure Home Wifi]
The biggest headache any cord cutter can face is buffering or poor quality video. The majority of these issues are typically called by poor quality Wifi in the house. Most folks get their router, plug it in, and expect it to work. However, there are a number of things to consider if you don’t want [read Google Wifi Mesh Solves Home Networking]
If you are a frequent visitor of the blog, you probably already know how to get cheap home phone service to replace your landline. However, did you know that anyone with a computer and an internet connection can make free phone calls? That’s right. You can call anywhere in the U.S and Canada using a service from [read How To Make Free Phone Calls Over the Internet]
Sharing data across your home network is usually a chore for many. Setting up movies, music, and photos to be streamed from a central network location can be impossible without the right technical chops. Even if you possess the technical skills, it can easily consume days of your life. Then, once everything is set up [read WD My Cloud, Media Server and More]