Network Setup Services

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Home Network Setup

Most homes have a modem, which gets the signal from your high-speed provider, and a router, which splits the signal so it can be used on other computers and devices but without proper Network Setup you can’t be sure everything is working properly.


In theory, that’s how it works. There are dozens of things which prevent this from working properly. From bad equipment (like modem, router, wires, the signal from your provider or faulty computer) to incorrect settings or a corrupted computer.


We at Full Spectrum Computer Services can help you with EVERYTHING including network management and beyond! After we’re done your network will be working and secure so you can connect your tablets, laptops, smartphones, android boxes, gaming consoles, smart TVs, smart devices, media servers and security cameras. If your home needs networking within the walls or your new flat-screen TV installed on the wall, then we can help with that! We’ve successfully and affordably handled all our residential customers home network installation needs for decades in Oshawa, Whitby and beyond!

Business Network Setup

Your business is your lifeline! If it succeeds, you succeed. If the network goes down, you’re sunk. 40% of businesses who have their data lost through hardware failure or someone breaking into the system fail within 3 years! We need to keep you protected!

Like home networking, we make sure your network installation is done properly. Security, efficiency and speed are important to you and to us! The fire department suggests wires are properly tucked away and not a tripping hazard. Outlets need to not be overloaded. We can check for this as we work on your systems. Network storage and a server may or may not be right for your business. Remote access for your office computers from home is extremely simple and virtually free.

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Enterprise Network Setup

Our network setup services have been put to use in apartment complexes, restaurants, offices, municipal buildings and healthcare facilities with fast and secure wi-fi. Your one signal from your provider can easily be shared with hundreds of people without having to pay any extra monthly price.

Ongoing Network Setup Support

With 24/7 service and monitoring, you can rest assured that your business won’t miss a beat, and in the event of any issues, downtime will be greatly reduced.

Full Spectrum Computer Services’ network setup,  management and solutions program keeps your network infrastructure up and running at its optimal performance level. We’re experts in firewall and router management for all standard and industry-leading manufacturers. Feel free to contact us and we can begin planning your network installation and putting your business on our network management support plan today.

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Structured Cabling For You!

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Before we can maintain your network and turn it into a money-making beast you may need a network built in your new office or upgraded in your existing.  We do structured data cabling too!

Our Network Setup Servics Includes:

  • Category 6A / Category 6 / Category 5E Cabling
  • Multi-Pair (Voice/Data Cabling)
  • Custom Bundled Cables
  • Fiber-Optic Cabling (Single-mode, Multimode, 10GIG-MM)
  • Riser Services and Installations
  • Troubleshooting and Repairs
  • Cable Demo & Abatement Services
  • Data Center Service & Build-outs
  • Copper & Fiber-Optic Certification Testing
  • Cabling System Design
  • Voice & Data Solutions
  • Rack & Patch Services
  • Camera Deployment
  • Wireless Solutions & Integration
  • Project Management

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    Network Setup & Services FAQ

    At it’s simplest form, computer networking is simply linking two or more computers together on a shared communication line. There are a number of technologies for accomplishing this, including serial ports, USB (which is simply another type of serial port), parallel ports (uncommon these days), token ring (now uncommon), etc. The most common way to connect together computers is via the use of cat5, cat5e, or cat6 ethernet cable. These are standardized cables, and the signals inserted onto them are also standarized to ease connecting one define to another.

    The real answer is “it depends.” There *are* very simple home network setups; just file and print sharing. Adding features beyond that adds complexity. Happily, systems allow you to kind of sneak up on that complexity, adding it only after you’ve reached a certain comfort level.

    The distance between points on a wired network is limited to 300 feet. There are other factors that may limit this, though. Wireless networking is also available and has come a long way.  Large areas, indoors and out, can be covered with our wireless network setup service.

    Perhaps. As mentioned the most common type of home networking installation will include a cat5/5e/6 ethernet wire. These wires are very easily installed during construction. They can also be routed in old houses, with more difficulty. There are also other types of products, such as power line modems that transfer signals around your home via the use of your existing power cabling. And, certainly, if you want to ignore a wired network you can implement a wireless home network instead!

    Yes, it can be.  Ask Full Spectrum Computer Services about proper security measures to take to ensure your data is always safe.

    You will need to gain internet access from an Internet Service Provider or ISP. There is generally more than one provider in large urban areas, but choices are often limited in rural areas. Your ISP may provide access through “cable” as does Rogers with their Ignite product, or perhaps your phone company provides internet access through a “fibre” connection. The satellite network companies and cellular phone companies may also provide access in your area, or you may have a local wireless internet provider… perhaps even your own municipality. In any case, you connect your home network to the internet via the use of a hardware device that includes an “internet gateway”.

    Yes. Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 10, Windows 11, Windows Home Server, Windows Server, Linux, Mac OS, etc. are all able to coexist on a home network.