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Master Geek
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Topic # 207266 16-Dec-2016 11:46
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4x D-Link Powerline AV 500 (4x D-Link Powerline AV 500) - $100 for all four (will include the supplied ethernet cables, and a driver CD.

 

http://www.dlink.com/me/sr/support/product/dhp-500av-powerline-av-500-adapter 

 

Brought of Chiefe a couple of months back.

 

Work well, but my house has 2 separate power circuits, and they don't work well across circuits.

 

On the same power circuit I've got 100Mb out of them. Can stream legally acquired blurays over the network.

 

All 4 work together on the same network.

 

Getting some wiring installed, and upgrading to UniFi AP's instead - just what I was trying to avoid.


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  Reply # 1691213 16-Dec-2016 19:51
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im keen if they are the pass through ones.




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  Reply # 1691418 17-Dec-2016 11:13
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not passthrough ones.

 

I ran most of them on a powerboard - didn't seem to have any negative impacts.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1695972 28-Dec-2016 20:20
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