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Newegg has TP-LINK HomePlug AV2 MIMO AV1200 Gigabit Pass-through Powerline Starter Kit (TL-PA8010P) for $66.99 - $17 w/ promo code AFEMRKBE38 = $49.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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Last Edited by FierceDeityLink September 16, 2017 at 01:54 PM
TP-Link TL-PA8030P KIT AV1200 3-Port Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Starter Kit Up to 1.2Gbps (3 port model) for $60:
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6833704278

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https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-Pa...00Y3QYTS6/

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This isn't a wifi extender, rather powerline technology allows your internet connection to pass through electrical outlets from one destination near your modem/router to another destination in your home. It provides a wired connection and not a wireless connection. This gigabit powerline setup allows for much higher and reliable speeds than wireless.
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Thanks for posting. I was looking for a set and this looks good for the money spent.
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Is it a better than N300 wifi extender?
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How is this?
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Is it a better than N300 wifi extender?
This isn't a wifi extender, rather powerline technology allows your internet connection to pass through electrical outlets from one destination near your modem/router to another destination in your home. It provides a wired connection and not a wireless connection. This gigabit powerline setup allows for much higher and reliable speeds than wireless.
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Is there a reason Newegg being super slow right now?
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This seems to be way better. Has 3 ethernet inputs which is so important
Multiple website have them for 59.99

https://m.newegg.com/products/N82...k5EALw_wcB
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This seems to be way better. Has 3 ethernet inputs which is so important
Multiple website have them for 59.99

https://m.newegg.com/products/N82...k5EALw_wcB
Was about to post the same thing. Considering there's only $10 difference for 2 extra ports. Although I'm guessing with 1 port, you can connect it to another router, and use that to expand multiple connections?
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Was about to post the same thing. Considering there's only $10 difference for 2 extra ports. Although I'm guessing with 1 port, you can connect it to another router, and use that to expand multiple connections?
You can connect a switch to gain some extra ports. Router only if you flash 3rd party firmware to use as switch only. Switches are cheap though, like $10 for a 5 port gigabit switch or $20 for an 8 port gbit.
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You can connect a switch to gain some extra ports. Router only if you flash 3rd party firmware to use as switch only. Switches are cheap though, like $10 for a 5 port gigabit switch or $20 for an 8 port gbit.
Not true, I have my AirPort Extreme in bridge mode on stock firmware through a power line adapter. A lot routers offer this in OEM software.
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This seems to be way better. Has 3 ethernet inputs which is so important
Multiple website have them for 59.99

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Was about to post the same thing. Considering there's only $10 difference for 2 extra ports. Although I'm guessing with 1 port, you can connect it to another router, and use that to expand multiple connections?
I was also about to post the same thing. I have three of the three-port versions in my house (basement/main level/upstairs office) and they have been all but bulletproof for as long as I've had them. Very fast speeds and so much more reliable than wireless bridges and other wireless gear.
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I have an extra router, can I hook it up to this and use it for wifi on the side of my house that gets bad signal?
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This is the company that had to offer refunds on certain models. I applied for that like however many months ago and never received anything from them.

I don't know who has actually used these, but the kind I had from TP-Link would get a very shaky 8mb/s transfer rate (peak). Was not good enough to to even stream certain shows or steam games.

I know it's daunting to some, but you'd be better off running network cable from your main router to another room. If you can't access the walls or make alterations, flat cabling can tuck away pretty neatly, lay flat against door trim when needed, etc.
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