When it comes to accessing in-network resources when you’re outside of your network, there are two options. You can either use port forwarding, or you can use a virtual private network, or VPN. While both options will allow you to access the resources you need – servers, network-attached storage devices, or even your router configuration – one is superior to the other.
Conference rooms simply can’t be like the ones of old anymore. You know the rooms I’m taking about, with the overhead projectors and easels, or perhaps a whiteboard. No, today’s meeting room has to be state of the art. Here are a few key things you would need to make yours just that.
While a good router might be strong enough to cover 3,000 square feet of house, you would have to place it smack dab in the middle of your home to achieve that reach. If your router is based in a home office in a far corner of the house, it’s going to need some help pushing that signal into every room. Here, we look at two options for extending household wireless coverage.