Most businesses and residences in our area have access to high-speed internet via Cable (Cox or Comcast), DSL (Verizon), or FIOS (Verizon).
To share that high-speed connection among multiple devices requires a wireless router. We can network: desktops, laptops, printers, network attached storage, gaming consoles, streaming media players, networkable TVs, netbooks, tablets, ebook readers, and smart phones.
The router manages your connection to the Internet by providing IP addresses to all of your devices which connect to the router via a wired or wireless connection. Devices on the networks can be configured to share documents, pictures, music, and printers.
- Cable or DSL modem configuration and setup
- Wired or wireless router configuration and setup
- Configure wireless security for routers and devices (WEP, WPA, WPA2)
- Run Ethernet cable for LAN drops
- Install or replace wireless adapters in desktops
- Install wired or wireless network printers
- Troubleshoot an existing wired or wireless network