A home network allows you to share a single internet connection, as well as data and devices, between multiple devices. I’ll review the basics components of a home network and some steps to take as your network grows.
Process Monitor is a powerful tool and it can be used to track down exactly what program on your machine is responsible for internet activity.
Home networking can be very difficult. But I have a little trick that works easily for me.
Your computers are probably already attached over your home network. You just need to “share” them.
The fact that your extender isn’t giving you access to set up security concerns me. I don’t believe it’s common and I’m really surprised it’s not there.
It can be difficult to get wireless network coverage throughout your home. I’ll look at a couple of ways to extend your wireless network.
Once you’ve been assigned a static IP address you’ll need to configure the network-connected device manually to use it. We’ll look at how.
Network adapters often try to detect the network speed for you. This can cause problems if both sides are trying to auto-detect at the same time.