Reboot the router and your device and try again. If that doesn’t work, then you need to connect to the router via a cable from a laptop or PC. Sign into it’s admin screen and reset the Wifi code from there to whatever you want it to be.
Your best bet is to go to him/her like a man (assuming you can’t afford Internet) and ask them if they would be willing to allow you to use their internet and you will pay half the bill. I really don’t understand some of the responses you’ve gotten. People acting like you are car jacking […]
Compare the WiFi performance to the Ethernet performance. If it still happens, its congestion in the area as prime time is rather popular. If it doesn’t happen, reconfigure the WiFi to use a different channel. In the US, nearly every router uses channel 1, 6, or 11. If you can pick up a lot of […]
Initiating a DDoS attack is illegal. Your use of the term VPN is interesting. A VPN is a point to point secure connection between two end points. One is often a home computer and the other end point is a VPN server, which will normally be a corporate gateway or a proxy server. If it […]
Shooting herpes ladened sherbert into your keyboard is technically spreading a virus but you don’t have to worry about anything regarding a real computer virus. Next time use a sock. You can write Symantec on the sock if it makes you feel a little more l33t
Why does my x-box one not connect to internet even though my ipad gets 3 bars of wifi from further away and at the same distance?
If you are using your Xbox for gaming, forget WiFi and use Ethernet to connect to your router. WiFi is a shared half duplex interface which can provide an erratic service that is unsuitable for gaming. To answer your question. Some routers and client devices are incompatible when it comes to using WiFi connections. Symptoms […]
No it would not work. The first thing is that you would need a VPN client running on whatever computer you were using to perform the remote access. This would have to connect to your home public IP address, and then be correctly port forwarded to your home computer, which would probably have to be […]
Ethernet is a dedicated interface between your device and the router. WiFi is a shared interface. Not only that, it can be sharing the radio frequencies with other nearby networks. Log on to the router and try changing the wireless channel it is using. WiFi also has a compatibility issue between certain devices with certain […]
That product is *only* a router and doesn’t contain an internet modem. If you are still a VDSL customer, you need to pair it with a VDSL modem, which will accept your VDSL telephone cable and then connect to your new router with a regular network cable. The device you were using previously was a […]
What speed did you sign up for with your ISP? That is your starting place. If you signed up for a 768k / 250k slow (cheap) dsl then your numbers are about right. If you signed up for a 20meg/5meg line then those are bad numbers. Also be sure you check with a WIRED (ethernet) […]