2) Place the router in the ideal location
Follow the instructions (Tanaza’s APs are ceiling mountable, outdoor, indoor, etc. )
Think of a high and centered location for your router. If your router has antennas and you need it to transmit a signal through a wall, position the antennas in a right angle pointing towards the wall. When a signal travels through walls, the speed of the connection can slow down as a result of the antennas not being positioned in a right angle.
WiFi greatest foes are water and windows. Nearby pipes and plants (whose leaves contain water) can weaken the WiFi signal. Reflecting surfaces can cause a signal to bounce at odd angles.
Move away electronic devices. All devices can generate an electromagnetic signal – microwaves, TVs, wireless cellphones – or have a motor that can interfere with the signal of the router.
3) Protect your router
Prevent access to your router by enabling a password for extra security. This will limit the number of devices that can access your network and protect your connection from people connecting to a network without authorization – use the Tanaza captive portal or the WPA2 password.
4) Site survey
With tools such as CloudCheck, Wi-Fi Analytics Tool, Speedtest and Speedy, it is possible to map the intensity of the WiFi signal throughout your house to help you determine the best location to position your router.
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