Home Networking

What is Home Networking?
Who is it suitable for?
Does Zoo Customer Service support Home Networks?
Networking Types: Wireless Vs Wired
Wireless Standards
What are the Wireless Network limitations

What is Home Networking?

Home Networking simply means having a collection of two or more computers and associated devices linked together via communication equipment in a home environment.

Home Networking enables sharing of connected resources like broadband Internet connections, printers and other hardware peripherals and files and data stored on shared hard disk drives.

Who is it suitable for?

Home Networking benefits anyone who wishes to connect two or more computers to a single Internet connection. Solutions for Home Networking are available for people of any technical skill level, it's simply a matter of selecting the right solution for you.

Does Zoo Customer Service support Home Networks?

Zoo Customer Service does not support home networks. As stated in the Zoo Terms of Use - Optus will provide Customer Support for the connection to the Zoo Cable or DSL Network to a single computer that meets the current Supported System Requirements. Optus will not provide Customer Support for the configuring of additional computers, networking devices or Local Area Networks for connection to the Zoo Cable or DSL Network.