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|06-10-2013 07:13 PM|
|06-10-2013 07:07 PM|
I've never heard of On Networks brand. It seems like a new company. They sold their N150 wireless router at Target for $15 and they got great reviews on Amazon.
The N300 is selling for $20 on Amazon but for some reason it doesn't have as good a review as it's weaker sibling.
I don't see the $10 discount anymore on the poweline home network adapter. I don't even know what the $10 off was about but if you open an Amazon debit card, you get $10 off. I don't even know if I need it that's why I hesitate to buy it and they don't have any reviews on the internet.
Go ahead and start a new thread for it, I don't care.
|06-08-2013 09:58 PM|
|06-07-2013 11:47 AM|
How good are these ones from Amazon that are selling with a $10 off coupon?
|06-04-2013 05:29 PM|
Bought a pair and they couldn't talk to each other. "homegroup" button is not on. But it can talk to my older tplink power adapter.
Don't know why, sending back to get a replacement.
|05-27-2013 03:03 PM|
I get a sustained 20mbps. This is not enough to read blu-ray iso's as I had hoped, but it is good enough for wireless internet access with no noticeable difference, and streaming movies (dvd iso, mkv both hd and sd). My problem is I can't find a plug near my router that doesn't already have necessary devices plugged in. I am going to continue to experiment, but right now this is about as good as it conveniently gets for me. Everyone's situation is different - if you can use two plugs that are isolated and on the same circuit, you may do much better. Like wireless, there are several factors and most of us have at least one or two of them to work around. But unless wireless, this is reliable and sustained.
|05-27-2013 02:47 PM|
|05-27-2013 11:18 AM|
|05-27-2013 09:29 AM|
|jemhunter||Can hookup a second wireless router to this?|
|05-27-2013 09:16 AM|
|MikeD03C||Thanks, bought one!|
|05-27-2013 09:08 AM|
|05-27-2013 08:12 AM|
I know it's OOS...
I keep reading that these must be on the same circuit to work (or at least work efficiently).
My router is in our basement. We built it out since it was unfinished when we bought our house new. We installed a sub panel box (coming off the main breaker box) to wire all of the outlets in the basement. Since it's not technically on the same breaker, I assume this won't work -- or at least not optimally?
|05-27-2013 07:44 AM|
|sli2020||Sold out. Just miss it.|
|05-27-2013 07:39 AM|
|xraytakr||Thanks for the tutelage! So your saying my 'high speed internet' isn't that high speed. That's what I get for living in the boonies.|
|05-27-2013 07:37 AM|
Remembered my brother has a room with bad wireless.
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