Configuration Guides

How Can I Increase the Range of 5Ghz WiFi?

Physical obstructions can decrease your WiFi’s range by 25 percent. Physical obstructions such as walls and separate floors are the worst places to hide your router. Further distance from the devices will also slow down the 5 GHz signal. In addition to physical obstructions, other devices that use the same frequency as WiFi can also…

How to Setup a Wireless Router

If you want to know how to setup a wireless router, you should check out our article on how to do it. We’ll go over the basic steps to connect to the network, change the default admin password, and provide a user name and password. It’s also important to choose a strong password that is…

How to Block WiFi Signals in a Room? How About a Neighbor?

In an age where network security along with family security is among the most essential parts of daily life and the most important security measures you need to consider, limiting your WiFi Network to only where you need it is critical. So, that leads to the question of how do you block WiFi signals in…

What is the Difference Between 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi?

If you are shopping for a new wireless router you may have seen the options include 2.4GHz, 5GHz, or the most common 24.GHz and 5GHz. This may lead you to wonder whats the point and differences between these for my new setup, well today we aim to help you out! What is the difference between…

How to Protect WiFi From Neighbors: Block Unwanted Visitors!!!

Looking to secure your wireless and not sure what is the most useful steps to take? Well you are in luck as today we go over the pieces which need to be done to increase your security.

How To Prevent Smart Devices From Reviewing Your Conversations

If there is one question posed online the most often it is “Do smart devices record me?”. This is most definitely a yes in more cases then you probably are aware, when you interact with, for example, Siri, your voice is recorded and used to better help the AI understand people. If you are someone…