Wi-Fi Tutorials

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Updated January 15, 2018


Troubleshooting wifi problems at the office

The organization where I work recently moved to a new office space in a more crowded location and our users started complaining about wifi connectivity issues a lot. Their connection would become unresponsive at times, with ocasional timeouts. We didn’t change anything in our WIFI setup from our previous office, and we didn’t have that problem in our old place,…

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How To Find If Someone Is Connected To Your Wireless Access Point

If you suspect someone is connected to your Wireless access point and is leeching your Internet connection, then there are some simple check ups you can do to see if someone is indeed using your wireless router. let me explain. In order for someone to use your wireless Internet connection he needs to obtain an IP address from your router,…

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Chromecast and Google Home are messing up your Wi-Fi connection

If your Wi-Fi is randomly dropping and you have a Chromecast or Google Home device in your house then they are the culprit for your Wi-Fi woes. TP-Link and Linksys have confirmed the problem. A TP-Link engineer posted an explanation of what causes the issue with these devices. For now the best solution is to reboot the router when the…

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