Wi-Fi is a standard for wireless data transmission between devices over short distances.
This method of connecting to the Internet is very convenient, but sometimes problems may arise:
- The router is not distributing the network.
- Unable to connect to wi-fi on some devices.
- Low internet connection speed.
- Frequent disconnections.
- Weak privacy protection.
Some public Wi-Fi networks require user authorization to receive the Internet.
Where is authorization needed? Most often, an authorization request for connecting to the Internet is requested in the following places:
McDonald’s. Airports Banks Shopping centers. Sometimes such networks have the status of open networks, and in some cases, you must first enter a password. But in any case, even if you see that your device displays the status “connected to a Wi-Fi network”, authorization is required to get the Internet.