Unfortunately I've followed every step but no joy. The programme it had me download doesn't appear to open when I click it.
This something I like to know tooIs it possible to plug the LAN port of an Openreach modem into a homeplug and move the router into another room then connect the router to a second homepug? I would also like to connect a network switch to the first homeplug which is currently connected to the router.
Reason for wanting to do this is to reloacate the wifi router to a more efficient wifi area.
We need some good quality home plugs to extend wi fi signal across a big house. Any advice appreciated on models, makes quality etc.....No issues so far. Mine are the 411 I think the model is, newish 500 Mbs ones. I have one in my kitchen and never heard it make any sound
You clearly have an issue with your wiring. Or faulty homeplugs. Try moving the homeplugs to different sockets/different rooms to see if that makes any difference. If the performance is similar in every socket/room, or even the same room, then I'd suspect a fault in one or both of the homeplugs. Or your wiring is foobar.Shouldn't I be getting better than this? Firmware is up to date on homeplugs to.
The ones I'm using are single Ethernet pass through, I also have another set of tplink double Ethernet pass through. Suppose could try those.You clearly have an issue with your wiring. Or faulty homeplugs. Try moving the homeplugs to different sockets/different rooms to see if that makes any difference. If the performance is similar in every socket/room, or even the same room, then I'd suspect a fault in one or both of the homeplugs. Or your wiring is foobar.
With 500-AV and decent/problem-free wiring you should be getting close to 150Mbps actual TCP throughput (as tested using iperf).
I mean you should be able to transfer 150Mbps between two computers connected at either end of your Homeplug 500-AV network (and has nothing to do with your internet connection).Not sure what you mean by TCP throughput using iperf though sorry. When you say I should get 150Mbps is that just from homeplug to homeplug? Not my actual internet speed
I've got a homeplug connected to a little hub and then my TV and Apple TV connected to the hub and seems to work fine.Can you add an adapter into a homeplug that only has one ethernet port that will enable you to get an extra port, so that instead of one you would have two???
Hi @Fat_Tony - sorry I can't answer your question, but you may be able to help with my question (just above yours) about using 200 and 500 on same set up....?Hi folks
Ive got a fairly elaborate home set up with 2 different internet supplies, 2 different electric circuits for different parts of the house and loads of home plugs, some of which beam out wifi aswell.
It all tends to work fairly well, and when things go wrong I can usually fix them.
Ive tried to introduce another home plug with wifi output today, its one I've used in the past without any issues. Its a solwise, and when I try and connect I'm getting a "failed to obtain ip address" error showing on my phone as it tries to connect to the wifi.
Ive done a reset using the little button but no joy. Is there any obvious reason why this might be happening? I have no reason to think the plug is damaged, it worked fine as recently as about a month ago and has just been sat on the shelf since then.