Want to stay online during power outages?
The energy crisis has hit many consumers hard due to rising prices. There has been some debate over the past few months about the possibility of gradual blackouts, although the risk appears to be diminishing as we move through the coldest months of winter.
We’ve put together a guide (and some helpful tips) on how to keep your home broadband online if you don’t have power for a few hours due to a major problem or local power outage.
Everyone has a cell phone these days, but relying on tethering can cause problems in the event of a bigger problem. Obviously, it depends on what precautions the network operator takes, but they often have batteries to power critical equipment.
I’ve put together a guide that shows you how to test the power usage of several routers and stay online for hours with a simple USB battery bank that you use to charge your phone while on the move. , you need cables/adapters for routers and optical network termination devices.
Here’s an overview of how to do this:
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