Routing Customers Through Wireless Options
Even under the best of circumstances, a wireless router will eventually reach its limits. So for customers who want to use a laptop by the backyard pool or while working out in the garage, a Wi-Fi booster is suggested. Boosters or amplifiers simply capture the main router’s wireless signal and extend it further.
Models such as D-Link’s amplifi Access Point/MediaBridge, can usually be had for half the price of a full-fledged wireless router.
Finally, before you let the customer walk out the door, remind them about network security. Always advise shoppers to use a router’s security features and to change the default passwords and broadcast names assigned to their new purchase. It will save them—and probably you—from any future headaches.