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#272750 13-Jul-2020 18:04
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Apologies if a dumb question but I have a spare D-Link EoP unit that I could use as a second "injector" ...... providing it doesn't screw up the already tempremental powerline setup.


I use Cat 6 reticulation wherever I can but of necessity have a number of WAPs running off powerline and wondered if dual injection was of benefit or dis-benefit or downright counter-productive?




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  #2522382 13-Jul-2020 18:14
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Surely that would just cause a switch loop and a resulting broadcast storm

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  #2522507 13-Jul-2020 22:28
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  #2522570 14-Jul-2020 09:01
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If paired separately then you could do, but if they are on the same power network then it may not really help that much with lan to lan transfers because of collisions on the powerline physical layer. I really wish that there was MoCA. Should help with lan to internet tho if you put a set on each seperate powerline circuit so that its not crossing breakers.


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