• My Wifi network using everyone?

    My Wifi network using everyone?

    I am sharing my wifi with my neighbors, but they are giving password to other peoples, last time i changed the password and i only typed the password on neighbors laptop, but still now other peoples are using wifi, maybe they are taken the password from wireless network properties like the attached image, is... show more
    I am sharing my wifi with my neighbors, but they are giving password to other peoples, last time i changed the password and i only typed the password on neighbors laptop, but still now other peoples are using wifi, maybe they are taken the password from wireless network properties like the attached image, is there is any way to hide showing password in wireless network properties, or can i block any connected users
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • If I open the window will the wifi particles blow out?

    My wifi is already slow, I was just wondering if I open the window because it is hot will the wifi particles blow out and make it even slower?? If it does I'll just turn on the ac??
    My wifi is already slow, I was just wondering if I open the window because it is hot will the wifi particles blow out and make it even slower?? If it does I'll just turn on the ac??
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can bt homehub be wired and wireless?

    Best answer: ADSL is the connection to the ISP. It simply provides your Internet connection and does not distinguish between Ethernet or WiFi connected devices. Most Home Hubs provide 4 Ethernet ports to connect to devices. (The original HH1 provided only 2 Ethernet ports. I cannot remember whether the HH3 provides 3 or 4... show more
    Best answer: ADSL is the connection to the ISP. It simply provides your Internet connection and does not distinguish between Ethernet or WiFi connected devices.

    Most Home Hubs provide 4 Ethernet ports to connect to devices. (The original HH1 provided only 2 Ethernet ports. I cannot remember whether the HH3 provides 3 or 4 device Ethernet ports.)

    All Home Hubs support an ADSL ISP connection.

    The HH3, 4 and 5 also have an extra port to connect to an external VDSL modem for use with FTTC (Fibre To The [street] Cabinet) although the HH5 has an integrated VDSL modem.

    The HH4 has just one Gigabit Ethernet device port and three 100 Megabit ports. The HH5 has four Gigabit ports.

    HH4 and HH5 support WiFi on both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. The earlier Home Hube only offered 2.4 GHz WiFi.

    You can connect devices to the Ethernet ports and to the WiFi networks on the bands that the Home Hub supports. You can use all these connections at the same time, although there is no advantage in trying to use more than one connection to any specific device.

    Use Ethernet for your performance critical devices such as your PS4 and other devices that are not portable and are used for online gaming.

    Use WiFi for portable devices, devices that are not speed critical or do not have Ethernet capability.

    The total Internet traffic will be limited to the speed of the ISP connection. As WiFi is shared between all the devices using it, if there are a lot of WiFi connected devices they will each tend to experience a slower connection than an Ethernet connected device. However, providing all the devices together do not reach the ISP (ADSL) speed, then you should not have a problem.

    I hope this helps.
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can I activate my DSL modem without a welcome letter?

    I have a DSL modem that I purchased on eBay and would like to get it activated. My service provider is telling me that there should be a "welcome letter" that would have a user name and password on it that they need to get the modem connected, but I don't see one in the box. I fear that my used DSL... show more
    I have a DSL modem that I purchased on eBay and would like to get it activated. My service provider is telling me that there should be a "welcome letter" that would have a user name and password on it that they need to get the modem connected, but I don't see one in the box. I fear that my used DSL modem may not have this document anymore and I won't be able to connect it. What is this user name and password for and will it be possible to use this modem without having a welcome letter? Thanks in advance!
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • What is limiting my network speed? Router or device.?

    When connected to WIFI on a device (Xbox ,iPhone , Laptop, ect.) why do i get slow speed as compared to connecting through Ethernet. What is the limiting factor? Device or router? Would upgrading to a top shelf router hep achieve better or speeds or is the device wireless card holding it back?
    When connected to WIFI on a device (Xbox ,iPhone , Laptop, ect.) why do i get slow speed as compared to connecting through Ethernet. What is the limiting factor? Device or router? Would upgrading to a top shelf router hep achieve better or speeds or is the device wireless card holding it back?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Does VPN really helps?

    I like watching videos on YouTube and sometimes, I download a lot of things. So, does vpn really helps you hide your online activity to your ISP?
    I like watching videos on YouTube and sometimes, I download a lot of things. So, does vpn really helps you hide your online activity to your ISP?
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it Safe to USE stranger's WI-FI ?

    today my WiFi's wire was broken so I searched and find a WiFi Without password and I use that. But is it SAFE or that wi-fi owner can hack any information of my mobile and Google accounts?
    today my WiFi's wire was broken so I searched and find a WiFi Without password and I use that. But is it SAFE or that wi-fi owner can hack any information of my mobile and Google accounts?
    20 answers · 7 days ago
  • How to setup netgear ethernet switch?

    Best answer: try restarting the router and retry
    Best answer: try restarting the router and retry
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • Powerline not working?

    I've bought a d-link powerline product to fix my wifi connection downstairs as my router is upstairs. They cannot connect to eachother when one is upstairs and one is downstairs but they can connect when they are both upstairs. Is this something with my electrical system? Is there any way to fix this?
    I've bought a d-link powerline product to fix my wifi connection downstairs as my router is upstairs. They cannot connect to eachother when one is upstairs and one is downstairs but they can connect when they are both upstairs. Is this something with my electrical system? Is there any way to fix this?
    4 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Malware with Wi-Fi?

    I actually got some malware on my computer that causes the Wi-Fi to stop working after about 3 minutes and when I connect to the Wi-Fi it shuts down anything else connected to it for the entire house. How do I get rid of it?
    I actually got some malware on my computer that causes the Wi-Fi to stop working after about 3 minutes and when I connect to the Wi-Fi it shuts down anything else connected to it for the entire house. How do I get rid of it?
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • My wireless Internet doesn't work?

    My wireless Internet doesn't work. I have to use the Ethernet wire in order to access the Internet. I'm using Acer Lap Top Windows 7. On my phone, it shows all the available WiFi but in my Lap Top it says "No WiFi available"
    My wireless Internet doesn't work. I have to use the Ethernet wire in order to access the Internet. I'm using Acer Lap Top Windows 7. On my phone, it shows all the available WiFi but in my Lap Top it says "No WiFi available"
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • How do I speed up my download speed?

    Best answer: Your computer will report Bytes per second and a K = 1024 Your ISP sells bits per second and a K = 1000 So, 1.9 MiB/s = 15.9 Mbps. Other than that, if DSL, make sure all phone lines are clean. If Cable, check that too. Check that all wires are good. Swap some out. I once had a service that began to fail over 4... show more
    Best answer: Your computer will report Bytes per second and a K = 1024
    Your ISP sells bits per second and a K = 1000

    So, 1.9 MiB/s = 15.9 Mbps.

    Other than that, if DSL, make sure all phone lines are clean. If Cable, check that too. Check that all wires are good. Swap some out. I once had a service that began to fail over 4 days. The cable guy showed me the increasing error rate that their equipment recorded. That was very interesting to me. The problem? The wire between the modem and the wall failed. It looked fine to me but numbers don't lie.

    If that fails to improve it, call your ISP. Get booted to level 2 support as level 1 is most likely to go Hunh?
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • How do you get faster internet at local library after school their wifi you use if your a member is so slow (details below)?

    Hi Was wondering what options they're are to get around the wifi at local library or how you could go about getting faster internet. Because after school finishes and kids come in the wifi you use at local library if your a member is so slow and every time they come in it always slows right down, it's... show more
    Hi Was wondering what options they're are to get around the wifi at local library or how you could go about getting faster internet. Because after school finishes and kids come in the wifi you use at local library if your a member is so slow and every time they come in it always slows right down, it's normally quick until school kids come in and every day it's been happening What internet options are there and how do you get around it Can't afford a mobile broadband at moment wether plan or prepaid, probably would go prepaid, can't plug modem in into car to power it up as don't have a dual battery system and you'd be best to have that to power accs off second battery so starter battery doesn't go flat car currently needs other work and could be a while before you finally start to see a end
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Which device shall i use to make wifi signal stronger?

    My neighbor have wifi connection and I know the password but the signal in my room isn't good. Which device i can use to make signal inside my room stronger?
    My neighbor have wifi connection and I know the password but the signal in my room isn't good. Which device i can use to make signal inside my room stronger?
    4 answers · 3 days ago