This video will show you how to set up your Telstra Smart Modemon an NBN Fibre-to-the-Curbor an NBN Hybrid Fibre-Coaxial internet connection.We’ll show you what’s in the boxand how to set up your Telstra Smart Modem.Inside the box you’ll find a Quick Start Guidewith instructions on how to set up your new modem.The Telstra Smart
How to Check Your Internet Speed. With a few clicks, you can find out how long it takes data to transfer over the internet to your computer. You will need Internet access and web browser. Step 1. Close all applications and programs that are running in the background of your computer before you check your
Hello YouTube. This is Praveen for TechEmpty. In this video I will be showing you the steps to connect Netgear Router to PC via Network cable and through Wi-Fi. Also, Check this playlist for more Netgear Router Tutorials. So, without any further ado, let’s get started. First of all, you need to have the following
Internet Speed Check Karnay Kay Liay Hamaray Pass Subsay Pahlay Laptop OR PC Hona Zarari Hay or Dosra Koi Bhi Internet Connection. Wo Connection Kisi Company PTCL etc ka ho ya phir hamaray pass koi Internet USB Kisi Company, Telenor, Jazz, Mobilink ya PTCL ki Evo wagaira ka hona Zaroori hay. Jee Dosto Ab hum
So installing wifi basically means setting up all your devices; computer, router, to work together so you can create a wireless network to share files and go on the internet. To do that, you will first have to own a wireless enabled device, which is in this case my laptop which has wireless built in.
In this video we will give you five easy tips to speed up your broadband at home. Tip 1: Secure your Wi-Fi Make sure you have secured your wireless connection with a password. This will protect you from hackers and stop neighbours being able to piggyback on your connection which can slow you down. Tip
Hey it’s DasherTheSmasher and here I’m going to show you what my Internet connection speed is First starting on my laptop and then, on my main computer behind me The company or Internet service provider I’m with is iinet My type of connection is cable (or coaxial) has been active in urban Geelong (mostly overhead