Some of the most popular features that homeowners seek include an open layout floor plan, walk-in closets, and Energy Star rated windows. Where does a home network fall on the list? It doesn’t, and that’s because many homeowners have come to think of a reliable wired and wireless network as another utility within the home. Much like a lighting system that is used every day without much thought, homeowners rely on a network to conduct business, stream music and videos, download files, and play online games. A network is a home’s central nervous system, and advances in equipment, configurations, and wireless standards have introduced new complexities that can quickly become confusing. In this edition of our blog, we count down some home networking mistakes to avoid.