How do I restart my router?
Do you know the difference between WiFi and your Internet connection? Can you recognize and fix common problems in either? In this post we discuss the difference between the two, and some common problems with both of them.
Your modem and router's roles, methods for bringing you service, and troubleshooting processes are easier to learn than you think.
If you’ve been receiving Internet service from Tachus, you know that our technicians install a modem in your home, and that we encourage our customers to purchase their own routers. In this post, we’re going to explain our reasons for this, and why we recommend that any Internet user buy their own router regardless of which Internet service provider they use.
Our homes and our lives are becoming increasingly automated as our devices and smart home technology interact and share data with each other with little to no user intervention. While this makes it an exciting time to be an Internet user, it does come with one important caveat: security. Unfortunately, in several cases, a hacker would only need to enter one device connected to a user’s home network in order to gain access to personal data. Luckily, there are many steps you can take to protect your home network without having to worry about costly purchases or upgrades. Here are some ways you can bolster security for your home network and home automation devices.
If you’ve been getting a weak WiFi signal in your home, you may have thought about getting a WiFi extender or repeater. There are many of these products on the market, and while they all serve the same purpose, several carry out that purpose differently. Understanding your options as well as your needs will help you choose the product that’s best for you and enjoy a strong WiFi connection anywhere in your house.
We’ve defined some of commonly used terms a tech-beginner would need to navigate the digital world.
Internet not working? Here are some steps to troubleshoot your modem.
WiFi has become the most popular way we access the Internet from home, but we can still benefit from using Ethernet. Here's why.