Category Archives: Home Computer Network

DSL versus Cable Internet Service, which is better?

We’ve been asked this question a number of times. Our answer usually is cable Internet; however, it’s important to have a general understanding of the differences between the two to help make a decision for yourself which is better for you.

Is DSL Internet Wireless?

The acronym stands for Digital Subscriber Line and the Internet service signal actually travels over a pair of copper wires to a home or business.  Typically the DSL Internet service travels over

How to Connect Laptop to TV

In this article we are going to show you 5 easy steps for connecting your laptop to your TV. In order for this to work you need to have a flat screen TV and the proper connection cables.

How to Setup WiFi

A wireless network in a home, also known as Wi-Fi or hotspot in certain situations, is a method used to permit a lap-top, computer, printer, smart phone, iPhone or other internet capable devices to share and access the internet using the home’s existing Internet account. In this article we will walk you through how to set up Wifi.

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Network over Coaxial Cable

Building a Network over Coaxial Cable can be a simple way to create a home or small business computer network while avoiding the hassle of installing new wiring inside an attic or fishing new wires within walls.

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Switch for Router

Choosing and installing a switch for a router in a home computer network is typically a straight forward process. Simply put, virtually any switch will work with any router but

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Ethernet over Electrical Wiring

With today’s growing number of internet connected devices in a home, devices such as Smart TVs, gaming consoles, DVD players, and stereos, all needing access to the Home Computer Network and the internet Wi-Fi might be found to be too slow and running new Cat5 Ethernet cables to difficult. The solution is

Home Computer Network

Home Computer Network

When two or more computers in your home share the same internet connection or printer, or both, then you have what is called a home computer network.