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How Fast Is Your Network? Five Ways To Measure Network Speed

How Fast Is Your Network? Five Ways To Measure Network SpeedMeasuring your network speed is a lot easier than it used to be. We'll help you choose the right tool for the job.

When Wireless LANs Collide: How To Beat The Wireless Crowd

Too Many Wireless NetworksIt's hard to run a trouble-free Wi-Fi network when everyone seems to have one. We'll show you how to get connected and stay that way.

How We Test Hardware Routers - Revision 3

How We Test RoutersWe've revised our router test process with a new Simultaneous Connection test capable of measuring as many connections as routers will provide.

How To Buy a Wireless Router: The Short Version

Updated - If you want a quick and dirty guide to help choose a wireless router, this article is for you.

How To Back Up NAS to NAS - Part 4

In Part 4 of our series, we show how to use Buffalo and Seagate BlackArmor NAses as rsync targets.

How To Back Up NAS to NAS - Part 3

How To Back Up NAS to NAS - Part 3In Part 3 of our series, we use a WD My Book World Edition II as an rsync target.

How To Back Up NAS to NAS - Part 2

How To Back Up NAS to NAS - Part 2This time, we find QNAP and Synology make compatible backup partners.

How To Back Up NAS to NAS - Part 1

Backing up your NAS to another is easier said than done if you're mixing products from different vendors. This series will provide the tips and secrets you'll need to get the job done.

Smart Switch How to - Part 3: Bandwidth Control

Smart Switch How to - Part 3: Bandwidth ControlIn our last of the series, we show how a smart switch can both limit and expand bandwidth use in your network.

Smart Switch How to - Part 2: Security

Smart Switch How to - Part 2: SecurityPart 2 of our short series shows how to use a smart switch to enhance LAN security.

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