Guide
Technology
Which FRITZ!Box is right for you?
You've decided to purchase a new FRITZ!Box – great choice! But which model is the right one for you? In three simple steps, we explain what to look out for.
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi from A-Z: Terms and abbreviations explained
What do abbreviations like WPA, VHT160 or MIMO mean? And why is it now called Wi-Fi 6? Find out the answers in our guide article Wi-Fi A-Z.
Security
Wi-Fi
WPA3: the next generation of Wi-Fi security
WPA3 is the latest Wi-Fi network encryption standard. What are the most significant additions to the security protocol? What advantages? Find out the answer to this - and more - in this guide article.
Technology
FRITZ!Box for fiber optic connections
Fiber optic technology, with its transmission speed of several gigabits per second, is generally considered the ultimate internet communication solution. A distinction is made between active and passive glass fibers.
Wi-Fi
How to share your Wi-Fi access with a QR code
QR codes make it easy to share your Wi-Fi password with other people. We explain how it all works and show you how you can use it in everyday situations.
Wi-Fi
Technology
Wi-Fi 6 - what's different about the new Wi-Fi standard
Wi-Fi 6 offers faster speeds and better performance, bringing with it a number of important breakthroughs and innovations.
Wi-Fi
Here's what the Info LED on your FRITZ!Box can do
Is the FRITZ!Box in your home placed in a clearly visible location? If so, a simple glance at the Info LED will let you know if Wi-Fi guest access is currently being used, for example - and that's just one of several different events the LED can signal.
Wi-Fi
Everything you need to know about Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi: Everyone wants it, AVM provides it – but what is it all about? Read on to find out.
Wi-Fi
Browse at home over Wi-Fi
Use Wi-Fi at home to save valuable data volume on your flat rate. Benefit from faster speeds and a secure connection.
Wi-Fi
Antennas have got you covered
Antennas bear a lot of responsibility. In the FRITZ!Box, for example, they support the wireless exchange of data within the home network and are able to connect multiple devices to the Internet concurrently. But are the number and visibility of WiFi antennas important when it comes to range?