Want to break your Ethernet shackles and embrace wireless? Are you having issues getting connected to your wireless router? Maybe you just simply need it secured? We can help get your new or existing network up and running and ensure proper security to protect your personal information from prying eyes.
- Physically setup and configure network settings for 1 router
- Complete ISP (internet service provider) setup and connect router to modem
- Update router firmware (if applicable)
- Give network a unique name (SSID)
- Enable wireless encryption on network to safeguard your personal information and secure your broadband signal from use by others
- Change administrator user name and password
- Enable devices to share the Internet, files, printers and other media (including photos, videos and music)
- Connect networkable devices to the network (including network-enabled computers, gaming consoles, Blu-ray/DVD players, televisions and more)
- Does this set up include multiple computers?
Yes. In-home service will connect up to four devices to the network and on-line support will assist in connecting up to two devices.
- Will we connect my computer to my network adapter?
In-home service will connect the device for you and online service will walk you through the steps needed to connect to your network adapter.
- Will we make sure the network is secure?
Absolutely. Nothing makes us happier than having a secure and encrypted network that is password protected.
- Does this include wireless printing setup?
Yes. We can setup a network printer as one of the devices included or as an additional device. We’ll configure the printer to be shared among multiple computers.
- Does this include connecting a wireless Home Theater device such as a TIVO or Blu-ray player?
Yes. We can setup the device but it must support wireless networking. See the device manual to determine if it supports wireless networking.
- Will I be able to share my photos, videos, and music across my network?
We’ll even go one step farther. Photos, videos and music can be shared between your computers and even with some gaming consoles using DLNA, a networking standard for sharing across your network.