This is a very straight-forward tutorial on how to identify the right cable placement for the respective equipment’s. This tutorial is suitable for those who are in the situation as follows: People who wish to upgrade their network equipment, such as replacing / upgrading wireless router. People who wish to upgrade their network cable (LAN)
In general, we have few major ISP’s Provider here, in Malaysia. With TIME being the “King of the fastest internet”, offering up to 1Gbps in their recent plans for high rise building equipped with fibre, UniFi however, conquer most of the residential areas and be the “King of the residential area” internet provider. Most of
Most of the Unifi users are now enjoying their turbo upgrade already, and, TIME had taken, a silent step on upgrading the speed for their users up to 1 Gbps. However, for higher bandwidth subscribers, you might not fully enjoy the speed upgrade in terms of physical connection or wireless connection especially. Recently, few router
Overview of the ISP in Malaysia In Malaysia, we have three major ISP’s, commonly known as, unifi (Telekom Malaysia), Maxis Fiber and TIME Fiber. However, there are few other companies growing up all together with the major ISP’s, Celcom, TNB, Cyberjaya Broadband and connectme. Let’s have a look at the current pricing of the ISP
After nearly a month, UniFi released their Broadband Improvement Plan event for its subscribers, today, Maxis comes with their own answers to its subscribers by introducing the most cheapest price for the offered packages. Yes, the cheapest. Now, with RM 129, you can finally have a taste on subscribing the 100 Mbps plan by maxis.