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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? See questions and answers. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Unfortuantly it did not work for my application from one apartment to another in the same building , although it worked fine within one apartment or house.
I was able to return it without any problems, it seems a good option for a non-wireless network. I have owned these for over 17 months now with no glitches attributable to the units and continuous use. My old XP based computer picked up a humm from the powerline but this never appears in either of my recievers Sony 5. Even if they were plugged into the same power strip. My main reason for buying is an old brick house with vaulted ceilings. I am a low voltage electrician by trade and do not like the idea of running Cat 6 cable under these conditions though I did install a floor to floor run on one end.
With Comcast as my provider and drewling for fiber I wanted something that can handle my current speed and deliver in the future. Under my current Comcast connection I am basically at the end of their service line and where my computers are in my house I was 4 broadband splitters down line from the main feed and getting dropped all the time on high internet use days.
After seeing a review by a monk in Hawaii and seeing the success these guys have in installing their systems in old hotels I decided to give it a try. My current set up has my cable modem at the nearest unsplit cable feed to the demarcation box. The modem feeds my Buffalo G-band wireless router which feeds one AV With the other plugged in downstairs at the other end of the house about 80 feet of powerline plus 8 feet of extension cord on each end. That plugs into an old D-Link router and feeds my two computers one upstairs, one down.
I have not been dropped by my ISP since I installed this system. My laptop runs wireless at a speed of 54 Mbps most of the time but the other computers rate out at Mbps the routers limitations , I download a movie from Starz Play in 12 minutes on average on the main computers.
As of late my 2. I am looking to add a unit and drop the wireless completely. I have yet to find a dual N band wireless for a comparable price that can do the job plus I would have to upgrade my laptop to gain speed but 2.
Things to Know; You can not run these through a surge protector, back-up power supply or power filter! Regular extension cords do work. I have experienced a couple of power outages with these and they boot up automatically in a matter of moments after the power resumes. They have survived any power surges had a big one that took out a light bulb. For most people I think the out of the box settings will work fine with little need to use the security settings. But security is easily setup if you so desire apartment buildings or duplexes that do not have separate power meters for each unit; probably why one person could not get it to transfer signal from one apartment to another was the power meters.
Reconfiguring your IP address takes a little doing but if you have set up a secure wireless system this would be a similar experience.
Though they claim Mbps speed no technical review of any BOPL modem has tested to that speed that I know of back when I was researching them It is useable to connect extender devises to the internet such as Xbox. I have used a computer based internet phone Magic Jack through the units with no problem. This device meets the Homeplug AV standard and should be cross compatable with other such compatible devices but its durability so far is selling me on this brand. All of the other similar devices the monk had tested quit working in a matter of days of high continuous use.
This makes me question just what the homeplug standard is realy worth. The Actiontec is significantly cooler to the touch. I had used this to extend my home network for over two years. After moving to a new house, it just stopped working. While it worked, it worked great for browsing and email, latency was a bit high for console gaming. I have sent numerous emails, filled out support requests on their site, and left voicemails.
I never heard from them. I was told to just plug both ends of this thing in. One to my router the other to the computer. One person found this helpful. Want to know how much it rained over the weekend? Add on a smart rain gauge to the mix to find out. Swann also has made an outdoor siren that is compatible with window, door, and garage sensors to alert you if something goes wrong. Other sensors can detect leaks in your house so that you can prevent severe water damage before it happens.
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