Mesh solutions are available in various forms with all of them promising premium performance. Much like anything else, not all mesh solutions are created equal. Some offer exceptional performance for its price, while others are worth every penny for its premium user experience. In this article, we provide an overview to some of our mesh products and their speed test results.
During the course of last week, there were a few reports globally of a security flaw in some of Tenda's Routers, specifically the following models: AC6, AC10, AC10U, AC15, AC18. In response, Tenda has released new firmware to patch this vulnerability across affected routers which is available on their website tendacn.com/en or via 'Over the Air' (OTA).
The demand for the ability to work remotely is the highest it has ever been. A number of solutions are available depending on your requirements. Here are a few ways you can get connected remotely using solutions offered by Scoop.
One of the biggest challenges with indoor wireless installations is ensuring you have sufficient coverage - meaning no dead zones and good quality connections in all the necessary areas. While indoor wireless connections offer simple installation and very few cables, they are unpredictable and easily affected by numerous external factors such as walls (obstructions) and interference from other wireless devices. Thankfully, there are a few products available to users to easily extend existing coverage when it does not live up to your expectations.
When deciding on a home router solution it is often difficult to choose from the many different brands and options available. Is it advisable to have a dual-band router? Do I need multiple access points or will a single wireless router suffice? Do I have no choice but to go through the labour and expense of pulling unsightly cable all over my house in order to eliminate all the dead spots?
What is PoE? Power over Ethernet, or PoE, is the process of sending power & data over twisted pair Ethernet cabling to simplify power requirements. Ethernet cabling consists of 4 twisted pairs. In a FE (10/100mbps) network only two of the four pairs will transmit data, the remaining two are reserved for power. In GE (1Gbps) networks all four pairs transmit data, while two of these pairs transmit power and data simultaneously.