Fiber Broadband Minimum System Recommendations


Your NTInet Gigabit service plan is "sized" to support all of your connected devices at the same time and is often faster than a single device can handle, especially over a Wi-Fi connection. While newer devices should be able to handle greater... Read More

My Wireless Router signal strength is low or keeps dropping

Many variables may cause your wireless device not to receive signals at the maximum advertised distance. For the average home, range should not be a problem. However, keep in mind that range is limited by the number of walls, ceilings, or other... Read More

My Computer say’s the network adapter is unplugged.

My Computer say’s my network adapter is unplugged If Microsoft Windows indicates that your network adapter is unplugged, it could be because of several different problems. Follow these steps to troubleshoot the problem. First, try rebooting... Read More

My network adapter has limited or no connectivity.

1. In the Network Connections window, right-click your network adapter, and then click "Repair". For detailed instructions, see Repairing network connections. 2. Unplug your modem or radio if you are a fixed wireless subscriber. If you are... Read More

Which lights on my Router should be on?

Generally, routers have similar indicator lights, but they're not always the same. If the 'power' light is OFF, the router likely needs to be plugged in. Also check your power strip, if you have one in place, to make sure that is also... Read More