It’s often annoying if you find a dead zone- Wi-Fi disappears at your home because of smart appliances and interference. We bring you the best possible means to give life to the dead zone. With the use of Wi-Fi extenders you can literally lighten up the house with string signals, these extenders are dubbed as Wi-Fi boosters.
If gaming is your x-factor, streaming movies online is your favorite pass time, and your Wi-Fi signal pisses you off, try using Ethernet cable that directly connects your device to the router, this ends the complexity and tantrums. Alternatively you can get another Wi-Fi router that has a dual band, which means its operates in 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency, that enables you to extend the range of your existing Wi-Fi router.
The perks of using dual band Wi-Fi routers is, you will have the chance to select the desired band which is having less interference, thereby streamlining the process to offer the users optimum speed.
Various manufacturers have come forward with prolific extenders to annihilate the pain of dead zones, all that you have to do is set up the Wi-Fi extender and place it at dead zones to enjoy strong wireless signals at any corner of your house.
We suggest you to use two routers to experience the best Wi-Fi zone at your place.
- To carry out the process of using two routers is indeed a cake-walk. Initially, set up the primary router by making necessary modifications on the routers web page. Make sure you configure the IP address of the DHCP server.
- Configuring the new router is way simpler. This time don’t connect your new router directly to the existing one, instead connect it to your computer using an Ethernet cable and visit the router management page. Make sure the LAN IP is enabled also ensure the IP address is in sync with the one you used for the primary router. Restart the router once the IP configuration is finished.
- Disconnect the computer from the router, and now it has to communicate with the primary router. This can be done in two ways, either through Ethernet cable or through home-plug.
- Once the two routers are physically connected to each other, the task of mapping them on the router’s web management page becomes a walk in the park. Visit a browser and input the new IP address of the router to land on the router’s web page. Ensure you connect to a different band so as to get the maximum bandwidth available and save the settings. Once restart both the routers and start experiencing seamless Wi-Fi network at your home.