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Hay dos tipos de iSmartGate Device: Ethernet y WiFi. En ambos casos basta con conectar el panel de control de la puerta del garaje al iSmartGate Device, configurar los datos de acceso (login y password) y añadir el dispositivo a nuestra red local (con cable si tenemos el router cerca y optamos por Ethernet o vía WiFi, más cómodo si cabe). Si configuramos varias puertas, cada una de ellas contará con sus propios datos de acceso que, además, podremos modificar desde el terminal móvil sin necesidad de usar un PC.


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Plug In, Turn On and Tune Out Wi-Fi

By ASHLEE VANCE

As a Texan, I find it deeply offensive when the Internet blocks me from watching “Friday Night Lights.”
The Sofa Wars

Media, cable and technology companies are fighting for consumers’ screen time, and their money, as viewing habits grow more unpredictable.

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More specifically, my rage goes toward Wi-Fi, that oh so finicky creature that will buffer, buffer, spurt, gurgle and then just break down. For some reason, my router, walls, laptop and H.D.M.I. hookup to the TV appear determined to wage war with one another, making streaming television shows an all too brief and painful experience.

For people suffering from similar Wi-Fi maladies, there is hope, and it runs through your electrical outlets.

I picked up some adapters from the start-up Plaster Networks that plug into a wall socket and then carry a Web connection via Ethernet cable to your devices.

For this type of set-up, you need to plug one adapter ($90) into the wall and connect it directly to a router. Then, you can plug more adapters in the house anywhere that a fast Web connection is desired.


By ASHLEE VANCE

As a Texan, I find it deeply offensive when the Internet blocks me from watching “Friday Night Lights.”

The Sofa Wars

Media, cable and technology companies are fighting for consumers’ screen time, and their money, as viewing habits grow more unpredictable.

More specifically, my rage goes toward Wi-Fi, that oh so finicky creature that will buffer, buffer, spurt, gurgle and then just break down. For some reason, my router, walls, laptop and H.D.M.I. hookup to the TV appear determined to wage war with one another, making streaming television shows an all too brief and painful experience.

For people suffering from similar Wi-Fi maladies, there is hope, and it runs through your electrical outlets.

I picked up some adapters from the start-up Plaster Networks that plug into a wall socket and then carry a Web connection via Ethernet cable to your devices.

For this type of set-up, you need to plug one adapter ($90) into the wall and connect it directly to a router. Then, you can plug more adapters in the house anywhere that a fast Web connection is desired. Leer más “Plug In, Turn On and Tune Out Wi-Fi”