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Can i connect wirelessly to a Power line adapter ?

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Can i connect wirelessly to a Power line adapter (TP-LINK 600) or do i have to to use a wall pass through router(TP-LINK 300) http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5742734 http://www.argos.co.uk/product/41… Read More
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6m, 2w agoPosted 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Can i connect wirelessly to a Power line adapter (TP-LINK 600) or do i have to to use a wall pass through router(TP-LINK 300)
http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5742734
http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4139575?rec=webRespPDP:5742734:alt:CWVTPUBOOT:4139575
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6m, 2w agoPosted 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Neither, you need a set of powerlines with a built-in Wi-fi access point on one of them.

That router doesn't include powerline functionality as far as I can see, it would only operate as a bog standard range extender.

Edited By: EndlessWaves on Dec 11, 2016 12:23
#2
The adapter would have to be connected to a wireless point unless it has one built in.
#3
The tp link 600 is lan based so cable only.
The tp link 300 will allow you to connect wirelessly as it is a wifi range extender that will connect to your router.
#4
lol, quick replies! :)
#5
EndlessWaves
Neither, you need a set of powerlines with a built-in Wi-fi access point on one of them.
That router doesn't include powerline functionality as far as I can see, it would only operate as a bog standard range extender.

would i be able to connect a router to this(TP-LINK 600) to create a wireless signal at the end
#6
You need Wifi extended range.
Powerline adapter is no wire direct cable
#7
skyarsenal
EndlessWaves
Neither, you need a set of powerlines with a built-in Wi-fi access point on one of them.
That router doesn't include powerline functionality as far as I can see, it would only operate as a bog standard range extender.
would i be able to connect a router to this(TP-LINK 600) to create a wireless signal at the end

If by 'this' you mean the first link then it does create a network connection and can be plugged into a router but doesn't posses a wi-fi radio so you'd need to connect a wi-fi access point to the other end to connect wi-fi devices through it.

If you want a wireless access point connected to the router over powerline you need something like this:
http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5585575
#8
EndlessWaves
skyarsenal
EndlessWaves
Neither, you need a set of powerlines with a built-in Wi-fi access point on one of them.
That router doesn't include powerline functionality as far as I can see, it would only operate as a bog standard range extender.
would i be able to connect a router to this(TP-LINK 600) to create a wireless signal at the end
If by 'this' you mean the first link then it does create a network connection and can be plugged into a router but doesn't posses a wi-fi radio so you'd need to connect a wi-fi access point to the other end to connect wi-fi devices through it.
If you want a wireless access point connected to the router over powerline you need something like this:http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5585575

thanks for your help mate
#9
Google it
#10
callummc93
Google it

oooh someone hurt your feelings :D

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