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How to set up a wired PC network?

posted Feb 16, 2014, 3:17 PM by Amir Borenstein, No Rad   [ updated Feb 16, 2014, 3:18 PM ]
Q - I am going to have 4 of my 6 children start a online school. In addition we all use the internet for fun, information and business parts/services that effects our business. I understand the WI-FI radiation. I am not computer educated so how can I adjust. We have several laptops with everyone using the computers at a large table how would I go about NOT using wifi? All computers connected to...What? A box that does..What? I need simple understandable help. Sorry to sound silly I enjoy internet/computer usage just not the installation and electrical usage. Thank you

A - Hello.
You should try to connect all PC and laptops to a wired networks that contains:
1. Router with several outputs for wired networks cables and also serve as the modem. The WIFI function of the router should be turned off most of the time.
2. Wires, CAT6 standard or higher. deployed from the router to the PC tables. Installed in the house by a professional network technician.
3. Believe it or not, that is all. now just connect all the PCs to the network cables and work.
Make sure the WIFI on the router and the PC is set to "OFF" most of the time.
I hope this info helps.
Amir B.


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