Your wireless Internet works well in most of your home. But, there’s always that one room where the signal is weak. And it’s probably the room you need it most in whether your bedroom, living room, or maybe the bathroom.
What can you do to resolve your wireless dead spots in your home:
First, put a call into your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
Make sure they resend a signal to your modem. This will ensure your signal is strong as possible. Also, have them verify the speed you’re receiving is what you are paying for. Don’t get slighted!
Second, reboot all your equipment.
Power off and on your modem, router, computers, and devices. This will ensure any naughty neighbors are kicked off your wireless network along with your own equipment having a fresh start.
Next, you can put on your wireless Internet setup hat on and install a wireless access point (WAP).
The airport express and ubiquity WAPs are my favorites.
If all else fails, run a network cable.
Hey, it’s the anti-radiation alternative and it will avoid any interference or dead spots.
Still no dice?