After the mess caused by a recent power shortage in my house which torched my ole HP desktop and router, finally my Wi-Fi network is back in shape. My wireless network is not that big, but it serves my minimalistic needs. The network consists of:
- Amazon Kindle Fire – Mainly used for reading e-books in bed.
- Apple iPad – Mainly used to surf the web when I’m outside my home office.
- Apple TV – Mainly used to watch YouTube videos and Netflix movies on a 32″ LED TV.
- Cellphone – Mainly used to send or receive e-mails besides making and/or receiving calls.
- HP Printer – Mainly used to print documents from my iPad when I’m out of my home office. This is very convenient for a family with several computers which can be connected to only one shared printer. It’s like walking on water.
Below are several pictures of my new router which I installed and configured early Monday morning. It was the last step to fix the problems caused by the explosion of a transformer in our neighborhood about a week ago. I’m glad everything was ironed out and all my gadgets are working fine.
The electronic device comes with a Quick Setup feature in its web management page that leads you through a step-by-step process to set up your router. Alternatively, you can use the Tether app to do the setup. Either way, you don’t need to install any software or use a CD to finish the setup. I preferred to use the CD alternative. Installation was a breeze; within minutes, the router was up and running.
Now Omar has a bright big smile on his face. Good Day.