All routers share some basic configuration steps every tech must know. From router passwords to LAN IDs, this is the place to learn about these settings.
but a lot of laptops will have a separate…Turn Off the Wireless button, so A+ loves…to have questions like that,…why you can't get on a wireless network.…All right, so anyway, everything looks copasetic.…Okay, so now that I know that my wireless card is enabled,…and not turned off for any reason,…I'm just going to click on this little icon right here,…now you'll notice I see my little radars,…and then an asterisk, that means the wireless is workin',…but I'm not connected to anybody,…and we go through here, we see lots and lots…of wireless networks.…These are usually listed by strength…from top to bottom, and here are my two wireless networks.…
Now, I can connect to the 2.4 GHz, but why?…I'm 802.11ac, so I'm going to connect always…to 5 GHz when possible,… and it's going to say "Connect automatically", … we're going to leave that on for the moment, … so I'm going to hit Connect. … (keyboard clicking) … So I've gone ahead and typed in the password, … you can actually click on that to verify … you typed in the password right, and it's also offering, …
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- How TCP and IP work together
- Special IP addresses
- Port numbers
- Working with DNS
- Basic and advanced router configuration
- Troubleshooting networks
- Connecting to a Wi-Fi network
- Repairing wireless connections