The Proper Placement for Maximizing Router Coverage

When you are planning to share an Internet connection at home a WiFi router is your best choice to get the job done. You don’t actually have to tinker around with configuration although some people would make sure that the only computers to access the Internet through their router would be the ones configured with passwords and gateways as supplied with the said router.

But if there is one thing you have to consider is that it would be best to place routes on elevated areas. If you have a two-storey house, place it on the second floor so that it can have better coverage as far as Internet access is concerned.

Some would be fine with having routers on the ground floor since that is where the main source of accessing the web is connected. But the matter of coverage of the Internet is something that may be of concern especially for large places to which limitations on accessing the web is concerned.

With that in mind, placement of routers is still essential as far as maximizing your airborne Internet access is concerned. Locate them in proper areas so that you can get the best coverage as far as where to access the web in any part of your home.

Besides, most of the people in your household are bound to want to access the web wherever they are. Expanding and practicing proper logic on how placement impacts Internet access is the best way to get your router’s worth.

1 thought on “The Proper Placement for Maximizing Router Coverage”

  1. Good suggestions, but: “If you have a two-storey house, place it on the second floor”. What, in the air floating above the house? On the 1st floor I’m sure you mean!

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