Optimizing Your Wireless Internet Experience

Optimizing Your Wireless Internet Experience

Without any obstructions, wireless signals can reach up to 300 feet, but unless you live or work in a space with no walls, you are more likely to experience better coverage in closer proximity to your wireless router/gateway. Even when … Continued
What are Comporium’s DNS servers?

What are Comporium’s DNS servers?

Comporium’s DNS servers are: Primary – ns1.comporium.net(208.104.244.45) Secondary – ns3.comporium.net (208.104.2.36) Tertiary – ns7.comporium.net(208.104.2.85)
Can I buy my own cable modem?

Can I buy my own cable modem?

Yes, but the cable modem is provided with the cable modem service. Should you decide to use your own cable modem, it must be DOCSIS 3.0 compliant. You will also need to inform Comporium that you are providing your own … Continued
What speeds do I need for…?

What speeds do I need for…?

What speeds do I need for… Netflix recommends: 500 Kbps required for streaming 1.5 Mbps recommended connection speed 3 Mbps recommended for SD quality 5 Mbps recommended for HD quality 25 Mbps recommended for Ultra HD quality Youtube Youtube requires … Continued
Does Comporium offer content filtering services?

Does Comporium offer content filtering services?

Comporium offers free content filtering services as part of the security suite provided through Trend Micro. To access the software, click here.
Can I use Caller ID on PC with a VPN connection?

Can I use Caller ID on PC with a VPN connection?

VPN software may cause networking issues and prevent the “Caller ID on PC” software from functioning properly. An ideal setup of the software would entail use without a VPN client.
How does the cable Television network connect to a computer?

How does the cable Television network connect to a computer?

The cable TV network is connected to a cable modem by a coaxial cable (like the one that connects your TV set to the cable TV network). The cable modem is then connected to your computer through an Ethernet cable … Continued