General networks, including LAN (ethernet, cable modem, DSL), dialup (modems), WAN (frame relay, ATM), and other related networking technologies.
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Hi Chandan, and thanks for your question. Here are a couple of sets of instructions that should help you: http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/basics/wireless-basics/30338-how-to-convert-a-wir
Hi Steven, and thanks for your question. Yes, there are some options to help a weak WiFi signal. Which will work for you depends on your circumstances. Here is an article that details the steps you
Hi Dennis, There's an old saying in the computer networking business: your connection is only as fast as its slowest link. I think that it applies here. If your internet connection is only going
Hi Dennis, and thanks for your question. In most cases, your local WiFi connection is not the bandwidth bottleneck. It is usually the internet connection itself. You can test yor internet speed by using
Hi lixem, and thanks for your question. A quick google search for the modem documentation returned this: https://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/video/at_home/Cable_Modems/2300_Series/4042831_A.pdf and
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