How to Change Wi-Fi Network on Original Google Home Smart Speaker, Updated for 2018

You may experience Wi-Fi connection errors when booting your original Google Home speaker. Or, the smart speaker does not show as connected in the Google Home app. Both problems occur when the speaker is no longer linked to your Wi-Fi network. These situations can occur if you’ve changed your Wi-Fi network name (SSID) or network … Continue reading How to Change Wi-Fi Network on Original Google Home Smart Speaker, Updated for 2018



Changing Wi-Fi Network on Original Google Home Smart Speaker

You may experience Wi-Fi connection errors when booting your Google Home speaker.  Or, you may notice that your speaker device does not show as connected in the Google Home app.  Both problems occur when the speaker is no longer linked to your Wi-Fi network, unless it is online (i.e. connected successfully to your  network with internet access).  These situations can occur … Continue reading Changing Wi-Fi Network on Original Google Home Smart Speaker



Change WiFi Network on Honeywell Smart Thermostat RTH9580WF

You might need to connect your Honeywell RTH9580WF Smart Thermostat to a different wireless network than the one it was originally configured with during installation. Perhaps you have changed the name of your home wifi network, upgraded your wireless network router, or you want to connect the thermostat to a different access point in your home. … Continue reading Change WiFi Network on Honeywell Smart Thermostat RTH9580WF



Cisco Linksys Wireless Media Connector WES610N Review

Think of this as a 4-port Ethernet switch, but with a fifth port, that connects to a Wi-Fi network.  It locally connects Ethernet-bound PCs, Internet radios, smart televisions, et al, to a distant Internet gateway via the wireless network bridge link.  With the Cisco Linksys Wireless Media Connector WES610N entertainment bridge, you can connect two local area networks (LANs) … Continue reading Cisco Linksys Wireless Media Connector WES610N Review



Belkin Wireless Range Extender F9K1106v1 Review

We purchased the F9K1106v1 Belkin wireless range extender a couple years back, hoping to improve wireless network coverage throughout our back yard.  Until then, the Wi-Fi signal from the main house quickly grew weak and unreliable, once you moved outdoors, and beyond approximately 150 feet from that indoor-situated router.  The wireless connections would fail at even shorter distances on … Continue reading Belkin Wireless Range Extender F9K1106v1 Review



Changing Wi-Fi Network on Sharp Aquos Smart TVs

The Sharp Aquos Smart TV can run apps, as a tablet or smart phone does; many of which require Internet access.  Aquos high definition televisions typically obtain that access via a Wi-Fi  wireless network.  This means that when you initially set up this HD TV, you must program the details into it, of the Wi-Fi network that it should connect … Continue reading Changing Wi-Fi Network on Sharp Aquos Smart TVs



Changing Wi-Fi Network on Logitech Squeezebox Boom Internet Radio

Here’s the scenario.  You’ve been using your Logitech Squeezebox Boom Internet Radio on the same Wi-Fi network for years.  Never had any problems with it.  But either your current router has failed (stopped broadcasting the network signals), or you’ve recently upgraded it to a new and improved wireless router that is using a different Wi-Fi … Continue reading Changing Wi-Fi Network on Logitech Squeezebox Boom Internet Radio



Bountiful WiFi bwrg1000 Wireless Router Review

The Bountiful WiFi Wireless Router, model bwrg1000, transmits a full 1000 milliwatts (1 watt); the maximum allowable power output for a Wi-Fi router or access point.  This router features removable Tx and Rx antennas that can be upgraded to higher gain aerials for increased range, or can be replaced with directional sector, dish, or Yagi … Continue reading Bountiful WiFi bwrg1000 Wireless Router Review



Netgear N750 Wi-Fi Gigabit Router WNDR4300 Review

The Netgear N750 wireless dual band router, model WNDR4300, checks out to be reliable, virtually reboot free, rarely drops connections, comes with secure configured Wi-Fi by default, and delivers buffering-free video and audio streaming throughout average sized homes, flats, and apartments.  Its Genie web interface supplies browser access to the exhaustive set of configuration options, and since its state-of-the-art wireless security is enabled right out … Continue reading Netgear N750 Wi-Fi Gigabit Router WNDR4300 Review



How to Replace Old or Defective Wireless Wi-Fi Router

Here, we list tips, advice, and procedure for replacing a wireless wifi router that no longer provides sufficient speed for multiple users on your home Wifi network, or has become defective or stopped working entirely. If you’ve been thinking about retiring your current router and upgrading to a state-of-the-art system, and you’re wondering whether you … Continue reading How to Replace Old or Defective Wireless Wi-Fi Router