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  • The Hard Side: Fixing Wi-Fi problems with a mesh network

    Posted on April 1st, 2019 at 03:55 woody Comment on the AskWoody Lounge

    Lincoln Spector steps you through the reasons for buying and installing a mesh network. If you’re still struggling with pulling wires, dyspeptic routers, signal boosters and coathangers, you’re in for a treat. The units are small, install like a charm, and cost less than you think. Probably.

    Lincoln steps us through installation of both the AmpliFi MeshPoint and the Linksys Velop — two different kinds of mesh networks, both of which work like a-ringin’ a bell. (Personal note: I installed a Google Mesh network years ago and it’s been a lifesaver. One of the best computer buys I ever made.)

    Out this morning to Plus members in AskWoody Plus Newsletter 16.12.0.