I’ll have a look at this. The home plug is at max reach of the Ethernet cable as it is. I’d have to get a longer. Cable to try it.@Pawson6844 Some of the newer/faster homeplugs can cause problems with VDSL broadband as they operate on the same frequencies, the interference can end up causing hundreds of crc errors which results in your broadband dropping. You say the network problems disappear once you have turned them off?
If the homeplug is plugged in close to the telephone socket, you could try moving it a bit further away if any other power sockets are available. I'd be interested to know whether that alleviates the problem.
Actually bringing this up, I turn them off every weekend when they are not in use and the whole system has improved, not sure if that’s just a coincidence