How to Fix 4 Common Wi-Fi Problems

By Eric Geier | Posted April 05, 2011

Working at Home

A Wi-Fi connection adds a lot of flexibility and convenience to a small business network. But when you forget your Wi-Fi password or get locked out of your Wi-Fi router, productivity plummets and frustration spikes quickly. Don’t worry, we can help.

The small business networking tips at our sister-site, Wi-Fi-Planet, will show you how to resolve those issues. Plus we also show you how to share your network with clients or guests without exposing your personal files or what to do if your PC won't automatically reconnect to the Wi-Fi network.

 


Here we'll discuss how to overcome four different annoyances you might encounter with your wireless network:

1. Forgotten WEP or WPA Security Key or Passphrase

Read the complete article: Solve Four Common Wi-Fi Annoyances

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