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Shop a wide selection of Networking Products at including Network Adapters, Switches, Network Transceivers, Routers, Hubs, Wireless Access Points & more.

from The Family Handyman

How to Make Wi-Fi Faster in Your Home

How to Make Wi-Fi Faster in Your Home: The first step in learning how to make your WI-Fi faster is to download the owner's manual. Learn how:


"An in-wall Wi-Fi router" This is pretty cool! I guess this could either be used for small apartments or to extend the range of existing wifi networks in a more compact, better looking fashion.

from Lifehacker

Turn Your Old Router into a Range-Boosting Wi-Fi Repeater

If you're upgrading to a faster, stronger wireless router, don't chuck your older Wi-Fi box. With the magic of DD-WRT, you can turn your older wireless router into a range-expanding Wi-Fi repeater to cover everywhere you need a connection.

from Forbes

Hacker's Tiny Spy Computer Cracks Corporate Networks, Fits In An Altoid Tin

Hacker's Tiny Spy Computer Cracks Corporate Networks: In its smallest version, Kevin Bong's "Mini Pwner" spy router can fit inside an Altoids tin. The next time an unexpected “repairman” cruises past your company’s security desk, you might want to check inside his tin of mints or pack of cigarettes. Especially if he’s also carrying an ethernet cable.

from Feminist Drilljoy

Wifi The Way God Intended It

Wifi is to be used--tirelessly and shamefully, yes--but never to be seen. At least in my opinion. If you too are in the eye-sore-hating business, I may just be your new best friend. You can use a document box (or cut out an old book) to hide that ungodly router. Game-changer. All you have to do is cut a nifty little hole through the back, through which you'll feed the cords, and ta-da! Never to be seen again. Doing Jesus's work here. Happy hiding,   FKJ


Luma is a dual-band wireless router that sits on your home network monitoring wireless and wired traffic to provide statistics, and deep-insight into what users are actually doing. Although, Luma is much more than just another wireless router with monitoring capabilities.…

from Lifehacker

Know Your Network: The Complete Guide

routers, and all the cool things you can do with them. Here's the complete guide that will teach you how to pick out the best network hardware, get to know it better, make it perform at its best, and access just about anything on your network from practically anywhere in the world. You can follow Adam Dachis, the author of this post, on , , and . Twitter's the best way to contact him, too.

from Lifehacker

Top 10 Ways to Boost Your Home Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi is one of the most useful and important parts of using a computer, and yet it’s also one of the most frustrating. If you’re plagued by slow speeds, bad reception, and other Wi-Fi issues, here are 10 ways you can power up the Wi-Fi in your home.