Home networking overview

What is home networking?

A home network is the connection of two or more computers, printers and other devices in your household. With a home network, your entire household can share one Internet connection with several devices allowing everyone access to the Internet at the same time. You can share access to printers, files, folders, and other hardware devices like gaming systems. There are two types of networks, wired networking and Wi-Fi (wireless networking) between each device. You may have both wired and wireless devices in your home.

Tools to help configure your Wi-Fi network

After you have installed and set up your Internet service, you can change your connection configurations at any time in addition to using our Guided Solution Tools to resolve any issues you may experience.

Learn more about wired and wireless networking

Looking for help with your network? Try these Guided Solutions for help.

Can’t Connect

Manage Wi-Fi Settings

Router and Browser Settings