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Computers Unlimited LLC can answer question pertaining to switches, routers, Ethernet cabling. Computers Unlimited is also able to answer questions pertaining to file and printer sharing. Remote access using options such as Remote Desktop, Windows Virtual Private Networks (VPNs).

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The owner of Computers Unlimited LLC has been installing networks both wired and wireless for over 15 years.


2 Associate degrees in Information Technology 6 Career Study Certificates Pursuing a Bachelors degree in Computer Information Systems

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2016-12-09 win10 pc as a gateway:

Yes it is possible. Although I have never done it so I do not know how difficult it will be done. I think you would be better off with a Wireless Router. If you set up a PC as a hot spot if there are a

2016-10-04 Router settings:

Hello,  You are correct your Internet speed is no where near the speeds type N routers are capable of. However if you were to ever transfer files from on computer to the other that transmission will occur

2016-09-29 network printer:

Hi Gregory  If all you did was Switch ISPs there is nothing you need to do as far as the computers go.    Make sure that all the computers and all the printers are still on the same network. You may need

2016-07-27 Basic Networking Knowledge:

Hi J,  The purpose of a server can me many. Servers are best used in instances where several people need access to the same resources. Resources can be shared files and / or folders, databases, email services

2016-07-21 RE: internet connection:

Hi Steven,  If the current router has external antennas you can replace them with bigger antennas that can push the signal further than the current ones. If the router is dual band (IE 2.4 and 5 giga hertz)


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