About us

Welcome to our website!

We are a group of technical experts and technical assistants with over 10 years experience in installation, administration, configuration and debug of network gear for homes and small offices. During this period of time we have set up or troubleshooted over 5000 wired and wireless networks. We work with individuals, households, small and medium businesses, office compounds, university campuses and public facilities. If you need to set up a local area Ethernet network, to launch a Wi-Fi hotspot, or to add a new device to your existing LAN or WLAN — we’ve got you covered. Whether it’s a router, a modem, a PC, a laptop, a tablet, a smartphone, a videogame console, a digital camera, an audio system or a queer gadget you’re having a problem to connect — we can handle it.

Don’t hesitate to leave us a forum message or to shoot an e-mail whenever you have Internet connection problems, fail to access or configure your router, or face any other network issues. Our team is online and available most of the time, so you’ll get a fast feedback from our representative or your issue will be troubleshooted in a dedicated article on the website.

We know a lot about local network security and protection. Trojan malware or individuals obtaining unauthorized access to unsecured home or office networks can break critical settings of the router’s operating system, collect passwords, personal data and credit card information, engage local computers in DOS attacks and storage of illicit content. We’ll be glad to advise and assist you in protecting your LAN and your wireless networks from viruses and hackers.

We are computer and network enthusiasts and leave no problem without a solution. However, when preparing our 101s we focus on being as clear as possible so that even an absolute and total beginner can follow our step-by-step instructions. We offer simple and straightforward solutions: we’re not the kind of tech support guys who’d make you spend half an hour of your time in Windows command prompt typing in some fiddly commands to find out your router’s IP when you could just turn the device around and learn everything you need from a sticker:)

We hope you find our website helpful. Good luck!