Your Wireless Network
No job is too small. Even if you have a small storefront in town or run a business out of your garage, you need to be able to operate without any delays. Your wireless network is a key to your success. You may have been told by another company that your wireless network isn’t a big enough task for them to take on. That won’t happen with us! Every wireless network is important to us. We will take the time to get your small business up to speed and ready for work. A new, future-proof network will provide a safe, fast, and reliable solution for years to come.
Free Wireless Diagnostics
If you bring the wireless device into our office, we can give you a free diagnostic.
Wireless Support Services
Wireless Support Services fees:
- One Wireless router setup and 2 devices: $250
- One Wireless router and 3-5 devices: $475
- One or Two Wireless routers and 6-10 computers: $675
Other available services, per contract.
Wireless Site Audits
Our complete summary of the current wireless environment includes Visio diagrams and heat maps confirming the existing Access Point layout and proposed layout for optimal coverage.
Then we will label AP’s with your naming conventions and perform any required ethernet cable adjustments. We can supply a full cabling design and installation along with the conduits and drops. Our team will perform AP, networking, and cabling installation and provide full documentation of configurations, locations, and labeling.
Last, we will validate the wireless install and tune APs for optimal performance and review the new architecture for final coverage and interference. We will provide a final analysis report including environment health status and key findings with engineering notes. We can be available for annual performance surveys and any onsite or remote services needed.
Troubleshooting Your Wireless Device
Try these things first
- Make sure Wi‑Fi is turned on. Select the “No internet connection” icon. The No Internet connection is on the right side of the taskbar, and make sure Wi-Fi is turned on. If it isn’t, select it to turn it on.
- Make sure Airplane mode is turned off.
- Afterwards, see if a Wi-Fi network you recognize and trust appears in the list of networks. If it does, select the Wi-Fi network, and they try to connect to it. If it says Connected underneath the network name, select Disconnect, wait a moment, and then select Connect again.
- Try connecting to a network on a different frequency band. Many consumer Wi-Fi routers broadcast at two different network frequency bands: 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. These will appear as separate networks in the list of available Wi-Fi networks. If your list of available Wi-Fi networks includes both a 2.4 GHz network and a 5 GHz network, try connecting to the other network.
- Make sure the physical Wi‑Fi switch on your laptop is turned on. (An indicator light usually shows when it’s on.)
- Run the Network troubleshooter. The Network troubleshooter can help diagnose and fix common connection problems.