Wireless Networking

  Sipping coffee in the kitchen, typing in the office, reclining in the living

room – all are great places for streaming music and Netflix. But

without wifi, that'll be pretty hard to do. When you hear “WiFi,” think

“wireless internet connection.” That's all it is. And we are great at

wireless. 

To have a wireless signal, there must be a wireless router placed in the proper location in your home. Having a wireless router means two things for you: First, all wireless-capable devices can be connected to each other. This allows file sharing, monitoring the children and their internet usage, including other things, right from your mobile device. Second, wireless-capable devices can connect directly to the internet anywhere in your house. So – coffee in the kitchen, work in the office, or Netflix in the den –  are all possible with a wireless router.


If you want advice on constructing a home office, click [link to Computer Networking]