What is a home network system?
A home network is a group of devices – such as computers, game systems, printers, and mobile devices – that connect to the Internet and each other.
Home networks connect in two ways:
A wireless network, which connects devices like tablets and e-readers without cables.
A Wired network, which connects devices like switches, older equipment or extra security.
Having Home Network Issues?
Try resetting your devices. Unplug your modem for at least 10 seconds; plug it back in.Unplug your router for at least 10 seconds; plug it back in.The lights on your router should start blinking.When the light comes on that shows you have an Internet connection, reboot your device.
Some common causes of network congestion are file downloads, streaming video, and other types of Internet traffic. Wireless LAN interference A large number of wireless devices are connected to the access points. ... Faulty LAN cabling or connection A cable is defective or becomes damaged.
Any disruption of power to your computer or for a business, a server, can lead to a crash, regardless of whether a lightning strike caused a power surge or someone tripped over the wrong cable. However, these kinds of issues can largely be avoided by utilizing a reliable power supply and practicing proper cable management.