About

I’m Bill Moffitt, and I’m a “technology junkie” who has worked in and around computers and networking for over 20 years.

The purpose of this blog is simply to share some of the things I have learned (the hard way, mostly) and help others get up to speed more quickly. I am a principal with Ayrstone Productivity, but my goal is to educate people about generic technologies and methods to “do-it-yourself” – while I think everyone should have Ayrstone products, I want to help you get the “right” thing, even if it’s not Ayrstone’s. If you feel I am favoring Ayrstone (or anyone else) too heavily, please don’t hesitate to let me know.

Ayrstone AyrMesh was created so anyone could have a good, robust, low-cost wireless network on their farm, ranch, or rural property. It’s fully-integrated, out-of-the-box, built so anyone can successfully install and use it, and it is fully supported by a competent and friendly technical support staff.

This blog is for the dedicated do-it-yourselfer, who doesn’t mind getting a bit deeper into the technical aspects of networking and wireless communications and wants to craft a custom network for his or her particular property and application.

My hope is that, by reading this blog, you can make better technology choices and invest your time and energy more effectively for your home and business.

Please don’t hesitate to let me know how I’m doing!

One Response to About

  1. Hi there
    I just came across your website-interesting stuff you have written.

    I live south west of Edmonton and have battled with various companies for the past several years regarding rural internet. I am so frustrated with trying to get high speed on the farm.

    I could probbly write a book about my horror stories with the big telephone/internet compnies.

    I have been using a USB modem(internet key) and find the signal with this new modem is not very good. My older modem worked better. We have a metal roof and I know thatis part of the problem but I can’t change it.

    So I was trying to do some research on getting etter signals and maybe having it so it was wifi and I could get my ipad2 onto the wifi.

    Any help would be appreciated

    Thanks so much
    Jen

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