Tag Archives: Linksys

Turn It Off, Turn It On Again

By | September 24, 2007

Having spent the best part of a day trying to do something very basic, and yet failing, here’s another public service announcement for anyone having problems connecting their router, wireless or otherwise, to a cable modem: If you have a cable Internet connection, but only through one computer, and nothing seems to correct the problem, you probably need… Read More »

‘Push Button to Connect’

By | August 10, 2005

One of the big holes in Wi-Fi setup has been security. In a lot of cases it’s not on by default and many folk have no idea how to set it up or even that their network is not secure. Linksys reckon they have the answer with something called SecureEasySetup (SES) technology: The SES technology enables users to create… Read More »

Want Some Wi-Fi In Your Shopping Cart?

By | May 20, 2005

Amazing how Wi-Fi has come, in three or so years, from a very obscure and slightly geeky thing to something supermarkets sell, both in terms of devices and services. Robert Jaques of VNUNet today reports that Linksys “will begin marketing a special line of wireless networking products for home users at selected Tesco superstores in the UK”. Linksys,… Read More »

WiFi Whackiness

By | July 28, 2004

WiFi is all very well, but I’d argue it’s still too tricky for us ordinary mortals to figure out. I’ve just spent the best part of a day trying to get a LinkSys WRT54G Broadband Router installed in my home network, and it took my resident genius Akbar to figure out that the cable provider had hardwired our setup… Read More »