We count on our Wi-Fi to keep us connected at all times. When your laptop won’t connect to Wi-Fi, it can set you back from doing important things like work or homework. To trouble shooting your Wi-Fi connectivity issues, it’s time to take a look at the health of your network.
To check the performance of your network using your router’s IP address you will need an Internet connection, either through an Ethernet cable or Wi-Fi. If you’re unable to connect to Wi-Fi, you may need to contact your Internet service provider for additional steps.
If exploring your router’s IP address settings seems a little too techy for you, a simple solution that gives you easy access to your home network is to use network monitoring software. Network monitoring software is a tool designed to help you monitor and manage your home network, allowing you to optimize your connections and effectively troubleshoot.
If the three steps above don’t resolve the issue, then consider contacting your Internet Service Provider technician. If you have a network monitoring software or managed Wi-Fi tool, your technician may be able to remotely access your network to diagnose and resolve your connection issues, saving you the hassle of a house call.
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