Did you know your home influences your Wi-Fi signal? We all hate it when the internet drops in that one spot in your home, here's more info to help you troubleshoot the problem.
It’s sometimes hard to understand how something you can’t see is influenced by your home’s walls, appliances and the sheer distance between your router and the other end of the house. Here’s a few things that cause Wi-Fi signal interference and how to eliminate dead spots.
5 top causes of interference
Enter the Access Points
These helpful little devices help to extend your wireless network throughout your home so you can finally get rid of those dead spots.
Access Point modes
Some access points can be set up in 1 of 7 different modes. Here is a short explanation of the 3 most commonly used modes.
RANGE EXTENDER MODE
Choose this mode if you want to extend your wireless reach from the main internet source
ACCESS POINT MODE
Choose this mode if you want the device to act as a Wi-Fi Hotspot.
WIRELESS CLIENT MODE
Choose this mode if your device has a LAN port and you want to connect it wirelessly to an internet source.