To set up a home network, you must purchase a wireless router and connect all of your devices to it. The most common reason for a home network is so multiple devices in your home can share one Internet connection. More »

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To set up a wireless home network using Windows 7, purchase and configure a wireless router, and connect all of the computers and devices to the router. You may also wish to connect the router to the Internet, which allo... More »

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Begin setting up your wireless network by connecting all existing network connections to both your computer and your network access outlet. At this point, connect your computer to your new wireless router using networkin... More »

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Create an active wireless Internet connection at home using a broadband Internet connection, a modem, a wireless router and wireless devices to connect to the network. Broadband providers typically transmit broadband to ... More »

A wireless AC router is a local area network device that operates using the 802.11ac communication standard to provide Wi-Fi service, allowing users to connect wireless and mobile devices to private networks and the Inte... More »

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Reposition your router or add wireless hardware devices to your network to extend the range of your Wi-Fi. Signals emanating from wireless routers degrade with distance, causing range limits. More »

The DTIM interval stands for delivery traffic indication message, and it is a setting on certain wireless routers that controls the frequency with which the router sends beacons containing network information to devices ... More »

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