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How to Connect to Your Wireless Network

Julia_RJulia_R Posts: 4,661 Contributor
edited August 10 in Legacy TWC Archives: 2013- 2020 Feb 03, 2020

How to Connect to Your Wireless Network





Connecting to your wireless network is easy. Follow the steps below to connectcustomize, and optimize your WiFi network.

 

 

Connect the Equipment and Activate Your Service

 

If you need to connect the equipment and activate your service, refer to the step-by-step instructions in your self-installation kit, or select the correct link below:




 

 






 



 

 

Helpful Tips

 

  • If the modem will share the cable wall outlet with a Spectrum Receiver, be sure to use the splitter. See splitter installation instructions at spectrum.net/splitter
  • To optimize your WiFi experience, place the WiFi router in a central location, away from household electronics such as baby monitors, microwaves and wireless headsets.
  • Your router has two different bandwidths:
    • 5 GHz is a faster network speed, but has a shorter wireless range.
    • 2.4 GHz has a longer wireless range, but has slower speed.
  • Learn how to customize your WiFi network name and password, including transferring your previous network settings to the new WiFi equipment, at spectrum.net/easywifi.
  • If you install your own modem, we'll check to ensure it meets our specifications during activation. Visit spectrum.net/modems for a list of authorized modems.
  • Visit spectrum.net/security to learn how to protect your computers with Security Suite.


 

 


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