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QuickView: Canary Wireless Digital Hotspotter

Some people think WLAN detectors are a must-have buy, while others think they're just expensive toys. But since Canary Wireless' Digital Hotspotter is the first such device to provide more than just signal level info, some naysayers just may have to rethink their position.

Quick View: PCTEL WiFi Seeker

Pocket-sized WiFi network detectors may seem like a dumb idea at first. But if the size and features are right, they can be a real time-saver for seeing whether it's worth it to pull out the ol' notebook. PCTEL's WiFi Seeker seems to succeed where previous devices have failed. Read our Quick View review and see if you agree!
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Hello everyone! I have 4 ASUS RT-AC5300 to setup in one location and I am not entirely sure how to go about the naming of the SSID on all 4 routers.On...
hi all,I have an Asus RT-N18 that somehow, suddenly can't be accessed. I think this is just a normal problem, and the flash will return everything to ...
Asustor's ADM 3.3 just came out of beta, adding BTRFS and snapshot support.https://www.asustor.com/service/release_notes
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I am looking to get a wifi card for my desktop or powerline networking. Right now I have a powerline tplink 600 Mbps but I they are connecting around ...

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