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TP-LINK HomePlug AV1200 Gigabit Pass-through Powerline Starter Kit $TL-PA8010P $50AC

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Tried their nano 500 mbit edition and only got like 30 at best ... Support said it was noisy electronics but I didn't have anything like that running at the time.
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Tried their nano 500 mbit edition and only got like 30 at best ... Support said it was noisy electronics but I didn't have anything like that running at the time.
how old is your house?
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Tried their nano 500 mbit edition and only got like 30 at best ... Support said it was noisy electronics but I didn't have anything like that running at the time.
yeah, anything on the circuit like fluorescent lighting or small motors can result in "line noise"
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how old is your house?
60s I think... thinking of just doing a wireless solution
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60s I think... thinking of just doing a wireless solution
could be part of the problem, also surge protectors can cause issues as well.
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could be part of the problem, also surge protectors can cause issues as well.
I have known that surge protectors will essentially filter our the powerline signal. Both the sender and receiver have their own power ports.
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