What is Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS) and why should you care? Here's the straight poop.
Knowing what's on your network is the first step in securing it.
Our 2017 guide to choosing a wireless router reflects the changing Wi-Fi landscape.
Check out our freshly-updated Powerline FAQ for all you need to know about how to use your home's power lines to get Ethernet anywhere there's an outlet!
Is your powerline network running too slowly? Use these powerline troubleshooting tips to get the throughput you need!
How many SSID's should you use in a multi AP network? The SNB Answer Guy knows.
Our updated guide to buying a NAS will help you find your best match.
Our 2015 guide to choosing a wireless router focuses on AC routers.
Our quick and easy guide to buying a router, freshly updated for 2014!
Here are three free easy-to-use tools for getting a handle on your network's performance.
It turns out that higher transmit power can affect range, but not as you might expect.
Learn the right way to set up a wireless router that won't make your dorm mates hate you.
The best way to future-proof your next wireless router is to plan for the one after it.
Updated - A/B/G/N/AC? G54, N300, AC1750? Does any of this tell you how fast Wi-Fi devices really can go? No. But this article does.
In the last part of our series, we'll provide the finishing touches for your tuned-up network.
In the second part of our series, we'll show you how and why to let your router just do one thing.
In the first part of our series, we'll make the case for tuning up your network and show you how to bridge a modem.
Lots has changed since 2009. So here's our updated quick-and-dirty guide for choosing a wireless router.
We've gathered the most often asked powerline networking questions and answers in one handy place. Enjoy!
Updated There is only one way to get reliable, high-performance whole-home (or office) wireless coverage.
Our updated short guide to buying a NAS will get you quickly pointed in the right direction.
Designing and installing a DIY home network is hard enough. But doing it in a concrete block home requires extra planning and care.
More often than not, you're wasting money by falling for this come-on.
Expanding the number of Ethernet ports on a router is one of the easiest things you can do. But people still have questions. We've got the answers.
One of the basic choices you need to make when buying a NAS is whether you want one with or without drives. Here are four things to consider when making your choice.
Updated - We finally
have our new Wi-Fi System test process up and running and ran the latest products from NETGEAR, TP-Link and eero through it.
Updated - Our process for testing Wi-Fi systems handles both mesh and extender type products.
This short How To shows you how to delay your old wireless router's trip to the landfill.