Setting up a home wireless network doesn’t have to be complicated. Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) will usually have a turn-key option for basic hardware compatible with their service. Just plug it in, turn it on, and start surfing. But rather than rely on some random router/modem package distributed en mass by your ISP, which can be of modest quality and entail a monthly rental fee, think about buying your own router. That saves money over the long haul and allows you to create a quality network. Here are a few tips to get started.