Learn everything you need to know about perfecting your home network in one simple guide.
Do you need to build or upgrade your home network, but aren't sure where to begin? Would you like your home network to be fast, stable, and secure?
After reading The Home Network Manual you'll know:
- The components that make up a home network
- The right way to set up a home network from scratch
- Which devices will give you the best home network
- Tips for making your home network fast
- How to have reliable Wi-Fi throughout your home
- How to diagnose and fix common home network problems
- How to secure your home network from hackers
...And so much more!
Having a fast, stable, and secure home network is more important now than ever. After reading this book, you'll be equipped with all the tools and information you need to have the trouble-free, fast, and secure home network you need.
If getting every device in your home on your home network has been a chore, or if you're putting up with situations like your video streaming services buffering every few moments, your online games kicking you because your Wi-Fi drops, or your Zoom sessions fuzzing out and freezing into that impossible to understand robot voice, then you need to read this book!
Keep yourself and your family safe in the digital age. Make sure everything is running the best it can, and learn what you need to know about your home network. Troubleshoot your issues and be the hero that saves your family grief in their day-to-day online experiences
Testimonials & Reviews
"A practical, comprehensive, ground-up guide to help you install and/or maintain your home network with confidence."
- Reedsy Discovery
"I recommend this book to all people who have/will soon have a network installed in their homes."
- Raju Chacko, Engineer and IT Consultant
About the Author
Marlon Buchanan has worked in the IT field for over twenty-five years as a software developer, a college instructor, and an IT Director. In his free time, he can be found researching new smart home projects, playing sports with his children, and writing articles for his blog, HomeTechHacker.com. He holds a bachelor's degree in computer engineering and master's degrees in software engineering and business administration.