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By Marc Perea 13 Dec, 2016

The holiday and gifting season is upon us and many homes are getting more and more Internet connected devices like phones & tablets, laptops, gaming consoles and “smart” things galore. If the Internet was sometimes slow before, it’s only going to get worse as your network grows. The scenario above is a very common example of a gaming console that invisibly hogs all of the network resources while everyone else's stuff is not working or super slow!

The problem is that your home network is a lot like the wild west. When that brand spanking new gaming console gets unwrapped and plugged in, the first thing it’ll want you to do is plug it into the network and perform a system update. Then, you’ll want to fire up an exciting new game with glorious next-gen graphics - but first, another software update. There’s a good chance nothing else will work very well during those updates, because with your current router and like the wild west any device can do anything it wants (like single-handedly consume your whole bandwidth to perform its update ASAP).
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Latest Aerēz News

By Marc Perea 13 Dec, 2016

The holiday and gifting season is upon us and many homes are getting more and more Internet connected devices like phones & tablets, laptops, gaming consoles and “smart” things galore. If the Internet was sometimes slow before, it’s only going to get worse as your network grows. The scenario above is a very common example of a gaming console that invisibly hogs all of the network resources while everyone else's stuff is not working or super slow!

The problem is that your home network is a lot like the wild west. When that brand spanking new gaming console gets unwrapped and plugged in, the first thing it’ll want you to do is plug it into the network and perform a system update. Then, you’ll want to fire up an exciting new game with glorious next-gen graphics - but first, another software update. There’s a good chance nothing else will work very well during those updates, because with your current router and like the wild west any device can do anything it wants (like single-handedly consume your whole bandwidth to perform its update ASAP).
By George Zarebski 17 Nov, 2016
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