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Then maybe daily, weekly whatever, send this these spreadsheets to the pc. Does it take longer? What speeds can the mobile devices use? Operating in the 60 Ghz frequency band, the Jpg X Pixels 7. On the router's access point side, you press the WPS button. More important is the ability of the tuning screws to cancel some of the reactance of the antenna, and reduce the SWR.

The Big Picture – What Can You Do With a Home Network?

Home networking: Everything you need to know

A modern router should do this automatically though. These may land you jail time! If your mobile devices support it, upgrading your router to one capable of Alternatively, consider Power Line networking instead see the section on types of network earlier in this guide.

File sizes are quoted in Megabytes or MB — notice the uppercase B, which means Bytes; network speeds are quoted in Megabits, or Mb and the larger Gigabit, which is Megabits.

The slowest and worst kind of Internet available, mostly restricted to extremely rural areas. Dial-up requires your computer to literally make a phone call to your ISPs server. Top speed of 0. Speeds are not guaranteed, and will vary greatly depending on local conditions, other users, and distance from the telephone exchange cabinet. Avoid if possible, but for most consumers not living in a built-up area, ADSL is your only choice.

Speeds on this type connection currently max out at around Mbps, though this may improve in future. The fastest Internet currently available involves bringing the glass fibre cable directly into your home. If you want the best of the best, ask for fibre to your home.

We've all been there at one point or another. Sick of our Internet service, looking for a new way to connect to the Internet, but confused by the many different options.

Mobile connections come in a variety of flavours: The names of our Internet speeds and services can undoubtedly be confusing. Read More ; click on the link to read more about their differences. For extremely remote areas, broadband speeds can also be obtained using satellite communications. There are typically restrictions on the amount you can download each month, though speeds will be comparable to a good quality ADSL line or fibre-to-cabinet connection.

Confused about the different ways of accessing the Internet? Guy McDowell broke it down even further in his article: Each device on your internal home network is assigned a private IP address , of the form No reason, it was just decided that these were the numbers that would be reserved for private networks. This is a great time to bring up an important security issue you need to be aware of. As far as the Internet is concerned, your house has a single IP address and potentially just a single computer.

That means that if you live in shared accommodation, or if you allow your neighbours to use your Wi-Fi connection, it is impossible for the outside world to tell from which computer any activity occurred. Or in other words, you the account holder with the Internet Service Provider are held responsible for everyone in your household and neighbours, if your share your connection and anything they do online.

You may also have heard that the world is running out of IP addresses IPv6 vs. But, this "news" keeps repeating itself, as there's always an occasional Read More , and everything needs to be fixed by upgrading to IPv6.

Your home network can continue to operate on IPv4, with the router handling the address translation between the Internet and locally. Most of the time you can forget all about IP addresses: On Linux and OS X, open a terminal and type ifconfig instead. Your home network connection will be on en0, en1, wlan0 or wlan1. You might also prefer to use a graphical interface for browsing networked machines.

It has a built-in database of manufacturers, so having discovered a device, it probes to see if it can automatically identify the type of device and assigns a cute little icon for easy identification. Each manufacturer has their own unique start number, so you can often tell who made the device by checking the MAC address.

This can sometimes be problematic — read the scenario on how to set up your own web server later in the guide for an example of how to overcome the problem of changing IP addresses.

Many new printers come with built-in networking capabilities — some are even wireless. What are your options? AirPrint is a special protocol that enables you to print from Apple iPhone and iPad devices. There are however two ways you can go about adding AirPrint to a non-AirPrint device. With a Raspberry Pi, you can. Read More , and your non-networked printer will be both shared on the network and AirPrint-compatible.

Check your router first: Make a cheap, low powered networked attached storage device out of them. While the end result certainly won't be as Whether you want to give yourself remote access to certain pages or services, you want to get a community Read More , which includes a web server, file server, and other apps. One way around this is with the low-powered Raspberry Pi, which is more than capable of running basic web server software.

Read More , which makes a good low-performance low-cost web server since it can be left on without consuming a lot of electricity. The second part is to use port forwarding to enable requests on port 80 to be forwarded to your server. Without setting this up, your web server will be inaccessible from the outside world because by default, the router firewall will block requests to that port. What is port forwarding and how can it help me?

The final part is to give your web server a domain name. Home networking opens up a whole new world of computing; the possibilities are exciting and endless. But running the VPN app on each device is a pain. The answer is to install a VPN on your router. Your email address will not be published.

This article is well written and easy to understand. I have been trying to teach myslef the best ways to optimize performance between my multiple smart TVs, Laptop, PS4, iPhone, iPad, and printer. I have DSL from CenturyLink with one phone line installed in my master bedroom, of course it's in one corner of the house. I have read a dozen articles who seem to be written by people who forget that not everyone knows what all the acronyms mean and which ones are interchangeable.

I will be purchasing some Poweline adapters first, my house was built in so the wiring should be good to go. Lets hope at least. Great article, I am new to home networking and have a specific apple problem. If there is any chance you can help me that'd be great. We just built a house and I had two cat6 runs installed. I have the modem connected to an apple airport extreme thats running cat6 into the wall that goes to my apple tv. I want that hardwired for better streaming.

But the apple tv isn't reading the connection and remains connected to the wifi the airport extreme is putting out. There is also no green light indicating a connection on the LAN port of the airport. Is there an extra step I have to do? Like manually setup a hardwired network through airport utility? I have another ethernet running from the airport extreme to my computer and that works fine? Maybe something's wrong with the wiring to the apple tv.

That's a tricky one, but start with hardware - the fact that you get no light on your router would indicate a hardware problem:.

You need to rule out the cable itself being damaged. Mine caused all manner of problems due to the "smart filtering" features that required every new device to open a browser first and answer a question about turning the feature on or not.

Once I'd disabled that in the router setup, things started working again. Thanks for the reply, I just tried hooking up a a few different cables and another device and still no connection. I just reached out the installers to come back and take a look.

If there's no problem with the connection I'll look into the apple tv. I've been running home networks since the 90's. However I'm having difficulty with my latest problem. I've moved to a home that does not have wired internet providers and few affordable wireless providers. However I have access to a wifi hotspot that requires a browser sign in.

Since most of my devices don't have browsers, I'm using a Windows 10 laptop for the internet connection and established a hosted network LAN on it with a bridge to the internet connection. I have 2 other laptops, a network printer, Smart TV and Samsung BluRay connected to the hosted network and everything seems to be working. Everything is connected wirelessly. Now the only issue that I have is my network drive that connects via ethernet cable only and can't be physically connected to a laptop all laptops that roam.

I haven't figured out how to connect the router to the LAN that would also give the network drive access to the internet needed for updates only. The router doesn't have the firmware to bridge to the hosted network requires ethernet cable connection to host as far as I can tell. Any thoughts on how I get my network drive connected? I want to use a EoP from my router to the back of my house and connect that to a high power repeater to get wifi in my backyard for cameras to connect to.

Alternately, I was thinking of just creating a separate wireless network in the yard for the cameras using a non-internet connected router, high power repeater, and NVR for storage. I'm just not sure any of this will work and God help me if I have to manually configure anything. I don't see a reason for that not to work. Outside will get the best reception, 2. If you can get a repeater with an external antenna that you can upgrade, even better.

Wonderfully done but no info on CAT5 cabling for home networks. I am trying to use a printer down stairs for my computer upstairs in my house which was built using the CAT5 system. Any advice would be great. It sounds like the game is trying to use the same port on your router, so only one of you can play at a time. Hi, thank you for this article and for offering to try to help with questions! I play Minecraft with my son, and I need a little help with the ethernet switch I just purchased so we can play local LAN games with his friends when they come over.

He is running PC, I have a Mac. I host the game on the Mac. We turn off the internet on both of our computers prior to starting Minecraft. Right now I can set up and successfully get him to connect to my LAN world using just an ethernet cable between our computers.

When I try using the 5 port ethernet switch I just purchased Netgear he is disconnected from the LAN game shortly after logging in which will be an issue when some of his friends want to come over and play. Is there some sort of port forwarding or configuration I need to do with the Netgear switch? My research has come up with nothing so far everyone says the switch is plug and play, but not in my experience.

Any thoughts on what to try? That sounds like fun, and I can't wait for my son to be old enough to do that too. Also, you should try MineCraft in VR: The problem with doing this is that your internet router gives out IP addresses, which are needed for each machine on the network. While it is possible to run completely offline if you manually configure every machine and assign the IP addresses yourself, it's an awful lot of effort. You'll also need to ensure that every machine is running the correct version of MineCraft - probably the latest - which means connecting to the internet to download an update.

The easiest thing to do would be to just plug the switch into your router via the uplink port probably 1 or 5 on the switch, it should be marked. Then plug everything into the switch and it'll automatically work. However, the fact you're being disconnected indicates perhaps it's a versioning problem. Ensure both the server and client versions are the latest, and matching. Do you have a separate licence for each of you?

You'll need an individual licence for each client, even if the internet is off. I have a situation and I need a bit of advice about how to best handle it! I am renting an office, and there is WIFI in the building. I have a franking machine that requires access to the internet but only through an ethernet cable. The instructions simple say "connect the franking machine to a local area network LAN ".

I presume if I had a router I would just plug in directly to that, but having only a wifi signal to work with, what are my options? I have an iMac next to the franking machine. Is it possible to plug in and use the wifi signal being received by the computer? Any help is appreciated. You should indeed be able to do that.

I have set up a mostly wired network at home and invested in a Netgear x8 Nighthawk. This is probably overkill but it does let me get wifi in the back yard and is a massive improvement on the native comcast router. One question I have is that I have been quite frustrated with the wired network performance. I have an 8 port TP-link 1GB switch in my basement that the router is wire connected to.

I then have the same switch in my family room that is wire connected to the basement switch. All of these devices, however, seem to suffer from poor performance. The smart tv samsung takes forever to access any content so I never bother to use it. The Apple TV seems to be ok streaming but I often find when I airplay to it from my wired mac-mini, the content can get super patchy. For example, on many occasions music has just dropped out completely.

I don't really know how to go about diagnosing where the problem is - whether it is with the switches, the wiring or the actual devices.

Do you have any suggestions on where to look first? I was thinking of buying a NAS too and locating it in the family room so I could output directly over HDMI to the smart TV but if there is a network problem in that location I am a bit worried that anywhere else in the house is going to have a problem accessing the content on that NAS or backing up to here.

Excellent article but being not so skilled in this area i am trying to understand my best and affordable option in creating a home network. From what i understand it is not given that the most powerful router automatically will give me highest WIFI speed. The weakest link in my network will also slow everything down. Am i right so far? We also have some blind WIFI spots in house and my biggest problem is what to buy in order to get a reliable WIFI signal to computers and entertainment equipment so everyone in household stays happy If i ask 10 persons i will basically get 10 different suggestions on what will be best for me.

Our 3 year old Netgear N does not seem to do the job. AC powerline adapters cant be trusted as it seems and we cant connect Ethernet cable to all our devices.

You get these type of questions quite often i noticed, but i simply dont know where to start. The only reason to get more than about 25MBit is to use streaming services concurrently, so you're right in the sense than a single machine wouldn't really benefit from a MBit or 1 Gigabit connection. If you won't be watching netflix on different machines at once, or playing lots of online games at the same time, you don't really need faster internet.

Even if you do buy a new router with better Wi-Fi, your devices would need to support higher Wi-Fi speeds to take advantage of that. The N for instance, goes up to "N speed". This is as fast as most devices can go - unless you have the very latest devices, which can use AC-speeds. At the moment, your Wi-Fi devices are all sharing that same N-band frequency range. Powerline adapters are better than Wi-Fi, most of the time. An actual Ethernet cable connected to your router is even better. Where possible, always use wired connections.

So, you really need to consider exactly what devices you're connecting to the network. How many computers, how many tablets, how many mobiles? What speeds can the mobile devices use? Upgrading your router will almost certainly help, but the exact benefit you get will depend on the devices you're connecting to it. I'm looking for a way to ensure full time reliable internet connection when streaming or gaming. Currently, if another device joins the network when i'm using the console connected via ethernet network speed and reliability falls dramatically.

Would a switch ensure i didn't experience this disruption, should i look at enabling QoS or even buying a second router to create a sub network? No, it sounds like your problem is just very slow internet. Unfortunately, another router or switch will not help, as it'll only speed up your internal network, not your external connection. Thanks for a speedy reply James and for a fantastically informative article above as well. Is it ok if i provide my internet speeds to confirm whether that's the issue?

Hmm, that is odd What is your current router? It really doesn't make sense that you can only use a single device. Excellent article, well written. When the grandkids arrive with their devices, grandma and grampa's computers sometimes get bumped off the internet If we buy a powerline network device, essentially hardwiring our computers to the router, will this prevent us from being left without a network connection when more devices than usual are on our home network?

You should have over internal IPs available to use, so it's not a case of running out of them. You should always hardwire devices that can be hardware, simply because it's better speed and will free up Wi-Fi for devices that have no choice. It's possible your Wi-Fi is quite slow, but I've never heard of a few extra devices causing enough congestion to boot existing devices off the network.

Is it possible the grandkids are doing something quite bandwidth intensive, like streaming HD movies or downloading things? Yes, we are 1. But shouldn't more people online slow things down rather than tell us "No Internet Connection? That speed isn't really suitable for a single machine nowadays, let alone multiple ones!

When something is so slow that it just times out, it can lead to that message in your browser. The browser just "gives up" and assumes something is wrong with the network.

So if it's your browser telling you there's no internet, it's probably just so slow that it gave up. If it's your operating system giving you that message though like, a popup in the bottom right notification area , it sounds like a problem with your router.

Do you know what model you have? Are you connected over a wired connection, or are all your machines wireless? Try switching to wired and see if that makes a difference. This is a bit technical, but an easy way to test this would be to open a command prompt use the start menu to search for "command prompt" , and do a ping test.

It'll try to contact Google and tell you how long it took in milliseconds. Now try adding another device on the network, and have them browse the internet or watch YouTube or something they would normally do when it cuts out. Do you still get a ping back? Does it take longer? Hello James- As others have said, thanks so much for such a great explanation of a home network.

I would like to ask you about my specific situation and get clarification on the best route to take. I currently use one router Linksys EA hooked up to the modem provided through my cable company. However, I have two other routers I've used in the past just sitting around collecting dust.

After reading the various options in this article, I would like to hook these up and use to enhance and extend my network. However, I'm not very clear on which actions I should take If you could let me know what you think would work best in my situation, I would greatly appreciate! It really depends on what you're trying to achieve. Hi, these are best web content I have ever seen, scientifically written. I need a solution 1. Where I need PC placin over floors with Windows 7 can be connected for doing video editing work, for example 1 pc have more ram and best video card to render other PC's Video content after finishing editing.

I preferably needing very high speedwireless connection may be 1gb ps. What best and cheap gear I should buy for this connection as I need highest posible bandwidth,exchanging data between Pcs.

There's no such thing as high speed wireless, not really, and not when you're talking about shifting around large amounts of data. At a consumer level, you'll want wired, Gigabit ethernet and CAT6 cabling. This is the one I use: I have a business network and I am trying to get a wireless router configured so that I can have wifi for my customers. By default, this should create a new network and isolate it from the regular business network, but you can also configure most routers to operate as a bridge in case you wanted customers to access your local business network devices too.

You don't need to know any IP addresses, as the router would automatically fetch one from the Juniper. I tried plugging the router into the Netgear switch, the result is that I get a signal from the router, however, I cannot access the internet. Do you think that would be the case? If you want it in bridge mode, yes, but you don't need to manually disable the DHCP service - putting it into bridge mode would do that. But I don't think you want that - you want it to remain on a separate network, I think.

If you have more ports on the Juniper thing, try plugging the router directly into that, not via the switch.

I have a scenario if i may ask. Not sure if you have the knowledge but i thought to ask, just in case. I am not the most knowledgeable on networking, so make it simple please..! Also, I haven't made any serious networking yet because i have a lot to consider first, such as the below scenario. Each room with one LAN port, house cabling: I am thinking to turn the Fritzbox to Access Point for the second floor because the wifi signal is weak.

Is it possible to see content from all those devices from the ground floor to the TVs in the second floor? Two TV's uses cablebox or the minix at the same time, but sees different channels. I am very confused and i need some specialized feedback! Do you believe that my scenario is realistic and it exists the technology to cover it or am i cloud dreaming? Can you give me some guidance where i should be looking at? Best to run two cables while you're at it.

If you really wanted, you could run an HDMI cable between rooms, but this seems like a silly way of doing things. Just use a central fileserver, and clients all over the house can view the content over the network. I can't think of another situation - like playing video games? That wouldn't be possible, because the controller signal wouldn't be transmitted, even if the video was.

Best to just use a central filestore. This is pretty complex, and generally not needed. You don't need to control your PC from another floor for instance, if you have a thin client to access the data. Hi, Great post, thanks for writing such a clear and basic introduction to the topic that is accessible to the layman.

I have a roaming selection of equipment - basically a roaming home network. I use this setup everywhere I go for work and need it to be bulletproof so have set it up as a fixed infrastructure with fixed IP's. My question is how do I set up the router it's an ASUS RT-A66U and my computers and iDevices so that I can browse the internet through the local wifi access point but still see all my local devices and not let others outside my network access them?

I'm confused about various modes for my router and which would be best for this? Plus I can also connect via wifi and ethernet at the same time to different networks. I want to stream hd movies from my computer to my smart tv. For this i used servio serveron my macbook but the movie doesn't plays well and it buffers on and on. What should i do??

Are they both connected over Wi-Fi? Plug them in via an ethernet cable for much improved streaming speeds. Although, I'm not sure your macbook has an ethernet port, which would be a problem, obviously. Since it's portable anyway, why don't you just plug your tv into the macbook, and use the macbook to play the media directly, rather than streaming it? Thanks bruce Yes they are both connected to same wifi network.

Well i just wanted to know should i need another router modem or this tplink modem is ok for streaming media from macbook to tv?? No, WiFi is not ok, especially not at both ends. At least your server should be connected by a cable, but ideally both.

Replacing your router will not help, it'll still stutter if you're streaming from a macbook. I purchased this macbook air in dec and i was previously streaming movies through servio server in my dell studio laptop and that time the p movies were ok but p movies were stuttering.

Now if i want to stream media what should i do so that I don't have to get up from my bed to change anything, like it was with dell laptop and servio server installed on it. Is there any device which can act as modem router and a storage server, so that we can attach a hard drive to it which has all the media???? The problem is simply one of speed: Wi-Fi is too slow to do what you want.

You won't get a reliable connection until one of your things is plugged in with a cable, not Wi-Fi. Is there any way can block macbook because he's too addicted to League of Legends and I want that to be controlled. Macs all have built-in parental controls. Hmm, I can't remember now, it was a long time ago that I wrote this and haven't used the tool again since. I suspect it was just something like this: Hello very nice page.

I've split it up and have five items on each switch, and that leaves me with 2 ports on each switch open. These consumer grade switches are "unmanaged" and therefore basically dumb; connecting more than one cable between them would cause a loop.

You would need "managed switches" in order to configure ports and QOS rules etc. This is by far the most complete, concise and up to date guide on home networking I have viewed. As an MCSE myself, I was looking for a few tips in re-doing my own setup to be more advanced with the times. I have ran a "home LAN" since the early '90's and have went thru a number of revisions. I would say I am working on at least my 5. My last update included Microsoft's Small Business Server , which I am now replacing most of the functionality by moving my Exchange service to cloud and Office My biggest challenge for SmartNet 6.

I do want to run my own private DNS on the "inside" to make accessing everything easier. I also like the XBMC platform for media and streaming access. I'll keep browsing your guide for more answers. Great article thanks for the info. One question that may be obvious. I have a baby monitor streaming over wifi and I am watching on an iPad in another part of the house. I'm pretty sure this doesn't use data as nothing is leaving my home network but just wanted to confirm either way?

I live in south Africa and we have low data caps here. It shouldn't be, but no promises as I've seen some that push everything through a cloud service by default.

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