Deploying a mesh WiFi network in your home can help boost the signal for all the family.
With many now working from home and the schools closed internet connectivity in the house is being strangled. In this article, you’ll learn so of the pro tactics to squeeze every last ounce of internet speed out of your home broadband line.
Cheap or free internet modems and WiFi routers are commonly supplied by bigger internet providers. This may seem like your getting a good
deal with free hardware. The reality is that this free hardware is usually inferior in quality and can lead to reduced speeds and reduced WiFi connectivity.
Wireless signal around the home has become paramount with most now working from mobile devices or laptops. Hard wiring your work computer into the router is a great way to boost speed. A hardwired connection will give a slight speed increase depending on how strong
your WiFi signal is. You should also survey your home and see where you might have WiFi blackspots. Deploying a mesh WiFi network in your
home can help boost the signal for all the family.
DNS stands for domain name resolution. It’s a task that’s usually done by your home router to find website addresses when you
are using your internet browser. Most internet providers take on the task of providing DNS services. However, there are free specialist solutions where you can get faster DNS speeds. The most common of these are:
Setting your home router to one of these dedicated DNS solutions will give you a snappier browsing experience at home. If you found this article useful and want help with your home internet speed
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