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11:00 Wireless Router Basics

When:
Tuesday, April 12, 2022, 11:00 AM until 12:30 PM
Where:
Silicon Room (Computer Club Classroom)
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SaddleBrooke, AZ  
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Steve Solberg
520-818-1081 (p)
Category:
PC & Mac
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Capacity:
8
Available Slots:
2
No Fee

COURSE ENROLLMENT- Enrollment for this course is limited to 8 students.


COURSE LOCATION - Silicon room at the HOA2 Arts and Crafts Center.


COURSE PREREQUISITES - Basic computer skills, PC & Mac users.


COURSE DESCRIPTION – One 1.5-hour session, designed to acquaint the beginning to intermediate student with wireless routers; what do they do and how do they work. What is the difference between a Cable/DSL modem and a router? Most people that have broadband (internet) have a need for a wireless router. You will learn basic configurations, how to access and change the router password, Wi-Fi security and why you may want to update your firmware (software) and why. We will discuss the Internet of Things (IoT) and what you will want to connect to your wireless router. There will be tips on how to increase the range of your router and to minimize video buffering while watching internet TV (Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Apple).


This class is a prerequisite to taking the Basic Home Network, Router & Internet Repair class.


COURSE MATERIALS - The student should have a personal Flash or Jump drive for transporting files between the classroom and home. You will be using the classroom windows PCs.

 

INSTRUCTOR - Steve Solberg

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