We are able to help you install, configure and troubleshoot the different models of ADSL Routers, Access Point as well as many other wireless devices. We recommend Wireless N Technology in the case of wireless coverage.
An ADSL router is also known as a DSL modem. The router is used to connect the computer to the DSL phone line for using the ADSL service. A broadband ADSL router is typically used to connect the computer to the DSL phone line.
Broadband ADSL router connects modem to your computer via ethernet or USB for ADSL. More often than not, a broadband ADSL router is placed on the outside of the computer. It is connected to the computer’s port, like the USB port or Ethernet.
Some broadband ADSL routers are capable of sharing a single Internet connection with a group of computers on a network. This system is also known as the residential gateway meaning that multiple computer can connect to the internet through one access shared point.
We can supply broadband ADSL routers with an all-in-one networking solutions for both your home as well as small office. It provides you with a convenient solution for faster internet surfing, internet gaming as well as file sharing.
A broadband ADSL router is easy to set up and comes with a built in firewall protection that blocks unauthorized access to your network. Designed with a web-based configuration, it is very simple to set-up and share the internet connection with multiple users though the use of a hub.
Using a broadband ADSL router allows you can enjoy ADSL connection with a speed of up to 140 times faster than a 56K analog modem.
In a wireless network, an access point sends and receives signals to several numbers of other, local wireless devices. These are generally adapters and routers. A basic wireless setup may not have an access point, but just a router (or a modem) and an adapter. An access point extends the coverage within your network and better placed in a “dead spot”, a place that’s distant from the router, perhaps in a different room, or on a different floor. An access point can support a finite number of mobile computers.
The advantages of dedicated access points are easy-of-use, features, range, and throughput. An access point also provide a variety of benefits – they provide better security, help in saving power, provide Quality of Service, allow roaming (WAPs can link together to form a larger network that allows roaming), and so on.
Few people wish to use an ad-hoc network rather an access Point. This is because the stations can exchange data directly in the former. There is no need for a station to send data to the middle-man, i.e., the access point, and then have it resent to the destination station. Direct data transfer increases the bandwidth available. We also provide setting up access points as per your need.