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11Feb2020

Tech DIY: Our Equivalent of Calling the Plumber or Electrician

I can clean out a drain trap and change a light switch. But when I try to do something more, it usually winds up costing more than if I had called the plumber or electrician in the first place. It’s the same with your technology. There are some things you can do yourself, but there
  • 11 Feb, 2020
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • DIY, IT Support, new hardware, router, Website DNS,
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10Dec2019

‘30’ and New Routers

Thirty seems to be the magic number for wireless devices connected to your Wi-Fi network. Many homes can easily have 30 or more devices and getting proper signals to all of them can be like trying to squeeze 10 lanes of traffic into four. Moving to a router that encompasses Wi-Fi 6 capabilities is an
  • 10 Dec, 2019
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • router, wifi 6, wifi performance, wireless,
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13Dec2016

Network Strength and Costs

With more and more devices in our homes – more than you think – you need to strike a balance between speed and cost. Keeping your network strong and secure is a given, but you should look at what you can hardwire into your gateway to maximize speed and free up wireless capacity for devices
  • 13 Dec, 2016
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • data security, IoT, Network Security, network speeds, performance, remote devices, router, security, WiFi, wired,
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10Jun2014

Pass on Provider-Provided Gateways

Whether you get your Internet and VOIP telephone service from your local phone carrier or cable company, you likely use their “gateway” as a router. They’ll tell you it’s free, but it’s not. You pay a monthly rental fee, for one thing, and you may be bound by the strings attached – later if not
  • 10 Jun, 2014
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • gateways, hotspot, ISP, router,
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