Stay Home This Winter With Internet Based Tv Installed By Good Electrical

Wednesday 27 July 2016, 11:21AM
By Beckie Wright

More and more Kiwis are staying home at night to watch TV, especially during the cold winter months, rather than going out to watch increasingly expensive movies, and the new internet based TV programmes are becoming extremely popular, giving us more freedom to watch what we want, when we want it. To watch TV on demand or to access internet based TV programmes such as Netflix and/or Lightbox requires home networking – Ethernet cables/data cabling and structured cabling, and the very experienced team at Good Electrical are here to provide these services. 

An essential part of any office or home networking system is the design, build and installation of data cabling for both professional and home offices. Good Electrical provides data cabling services in Auckland, taking care of the entire process for business premises and in the home, from the initial consultation and budgeting, through to the relocation of an office or the installation of a new networking system in the office, and in the home.

Good Electrical also specialise in providing data cabling for the home office so that all the convenience of the office can be bought into the comfort of the home and can assist people to understand their business networking requirements and make provisions for their next generation network. Good Electrical are here to make fulfilling those data cabling needs a pleasant experience, with minimal disruptions to the day-to-day running of the business.

For people to better understand the need for this type of cabling, the Good Electrical team explain, “One of the primary drivers behind the establishment of this kind of network is the need to distribute residential Internet access to all internet capable devices in the home. Due to the effect of IPv4 address exhaustion, most Internet service providers provide only one WAN-facing IP address for each residential subscription. Therefore, most homes require a device capable of network address translation (NAT) that can route packets between the public address visible to the WAN and private addresses of individual devices that share that public address.

“This router defines the boundary at which the service provider's network stops and the home's network begins. While it is possible for home networks to exist without connectivity to the outside world via a router, such topologies would have limited utility considering the bulk of current home network usage comes from home devices communicating with the WAN rather than with other home devices.”

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