Spectrum in Hawaii Helps People During the Covid 19 Pandemic

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The world was not prepared for the COVID-19 pandemic. It struck fast and hard. Life has unexpectedly found itself in an era of social distancing. The new standard is becoming a huge national concern as more Americans are forced to stay separated from their loved ones and support networks. The World Health Organization guideline number one recommendation is to separate oneself from society.

The goal is to stop the coronavirus transmission chain because it is highly infectious and has, spread to about a million people across the globe. The rapid spread of the virus has led to tremendous fear. Spectrum internet is one business that supports people in their homes during this crisis.

What is Charter Spectrum?

Charter Spectrum is one of the biggest cable television and internet providers in Hawaii. Knowing how fragile the current situation is, Spectrum Hawaii has come to the rescue.

Hawaiians rely on extremely high-speed broadband in many areas of their lives. Charter is committed to ensuring its customers consistently have access to the knowledge and online services they want. Charter Communications (a.k.a. Spectrum) provides some homes with free internet access when schools are closed nationwide. Many businesses are allowing people to work at home in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Spectrum internet has the advantage of transmitting data over long distances using fiber lines. Then it uses cheaper coaxial cable lines on short distances via Hybrid-Fiber-Coaxial lines. This makes them a trustworthy high-speed internet service provider with a cost-effective and reliable internet service. This gives Americans one of the best options to access the internet.

You can do install Spectrum internet yourself if your home has Spectrum Cable TV or if there is a cable connected to your home. This initiative increases social distancing and supports the country's lock-down to prevent the spread of the virus. Employees and consumers alike are shielded from coronavirus exposure. Without self-installation of the broadband internet connection, a technician would have to visit your house.

This would pose the possibility of transmission of the virus from potential carriers. Furthermore, you decide when you want to do the installation. There is no schedule for when you need to do it.

To further promote the "Stay home, Be Safe" slogan, a full step-by-step guide is offered to encourage the self-installation process and to reduce costs incurred by the engagement of a technician.

What Will You Get in The Spectrum Internet Installation Kit?

The self-installation of Spectrum Internet in Hawaii is more convenient with the added benefit of shielding the virus from spreading. If you have any difficulty, at any stage of the installation process, Charter Communications' customer service is ready to help. They are just a telephone call away.
  • A manual (guide)
  • Modem
  • Wi-Fi router
  • Instructions manual
  • Cables (2 power cables, coaxial cable, Ethernet cable)
If everything is in your kit, you should follow the listed steps to install your new internet.
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Install the Modem and Connect It

Link the coaxial cable to the modem. One end of the cable must be attached your cable connection and the other end attached to the modem. You need a coaxial splitter for the spectrum receiver if you are sharing a connection with Spectrum cable TV.

Attach the electric outlet with one end of the power cable, and a second end to the modem. Wait for approximately 3-5 minutes for a network modem. Check the status online. If the light is solid, the modem is connected.

Connect the Wi-Fi Router with the Modem

The next step is to link the Wi-Fi router. For this connection, you should use the Ethernet cable. Connect one end to the Wi-Fi router (internet port), while the other end is connected to the modem. Then use a power cord to the router and the other to the source of electricity. After around 10 minutes, you can switch to the next stage when the light on the router turns green.

Connect the Equipment and Activate the Spectrum Internet Service

The modem and wireless router have been connected. The hardware component is complete. Next, the software part - connecting your Wi-Fi to the system and then enabling the service. You have settings to use for this on the back your Wi-Fi router. Switch on your Wi-Fi router and look back at settings. The name, user ID, and IP address will be provided.

To register for the Spectrum website, use this info. Pick a 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz network. All spectrum routers provide the frequencies. Go to advanced settings if you only want one frequency. The advanced setting will pick the frequency for your router automatically.

You can now activate the system once everything is configured. This can be achieved by calling the company or visiting the web site listed in the kit. Spectrum has a variety of experts who can assist you with questions during the configuration process. All you have to do is make a phone call, and you’ll be able to get help.

Optimizing Your Network

You need to configure your network to reach full internet speed, after connecting all the components and checking that they are all functioning as desired. The first move is to pick the best router location. You will find that the router doesn't always give you the same level of signal even in the same place.

Find a room in which the router provides you optimum and consistent signals. By adding network frequency numbers to network names, you can also build custom names. Remember that when you change network password and ID your devices need authentication.

Your Spectrum Internet Setup comes to an end by optimizing your network. You can sit down and take advantage of your films, favorite shows and even play games without thinking about interruptions.

The best option is to sign up for your Spectrum internet and install it yourself. You will have your new internet connection and no exposure to the COVID virus through installation. Spectrum internet in Hawaii is easy to install, and you don’t need any particular skills or training to succeed. To find out more about Spectrum in Hawaii call now.
Jun 16 - Jun 16, 2030
[ Tue ] - [ Sun ]
2:00 AM - 5:00 AM JST
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