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Hi Can anyone advise me please? I have a TP-LINK AV600 powerline wi-fi kit and I'm after another plug to put in another room. Does anyone know if I can buy a single socket to connect to my… Read More
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5m, 3w agoPosted 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Hi

Can anyone advise me please?

I have a TP-LINK AV600 powerline wi-fi kit and I'm after another plug to put in another room.

Does anyone know if I can buy a single socket to connect to my existing socket connected to my router?

Thanks in advance

Dan
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5m, 3w agoPosted 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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yes you can use more sockets for more internet connections.
the wifi issue may just need resetting (i believe its a 10 second hold on the wifi plug and then hit the WPS button on your router for it to mimic your current wifi. not had to reset any of the plugs even if theyve moved switches so they remember which ones they were attached to. Also had one running off a wind up extension lead to the top of the garden in summer and worked fine

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Yes you can. Although more cost effective to buy a pack again. Ive got 6 TP link connections around the house and all work fine. Would recommend getting the same series. All mine are 500 series and not had an issue with connectivity and performance
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bigweapon07
Yes you can. Although more cost effective to buy a pack again. Ive got 6 TP link connections around the house and all work fine. Would recommend getting the same series. All mine are 500 series and not had an issue with connectivity and performance
Sorry my set up is 1 socket by the router. 1 wifi extender in back room. 1 wifi extender in garage (both with additional ports) 1 in each room for tv upstairs and a further 1 in office with 3 ports.
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bigweapon07
bigweapon07
Yes you can. Although more cost effective to buy a pack again. Ive got 6 TP link connections around the house and all work fine. Would recommend getting the same series. All mine are 500 series and not had an issue with connectivity and performance
Sorry my set up is 1 socket by the router. 1 wifi extender in back room. 1 wifi extender in garage (both with additional ports) 1 in each room for tv upstairs and a further 1 in office with 3 ports.
Hi bigweapon07
Thanks for the speedy reply.
So if I buy 2 more sockets can I use them both as Internet extenders?
Also with the wifi part of my set. The wifi has just stopped. It's been working for a few months now Nothing
#4
yes you can use more sockets for more internet connections.
the wifi issue may just need resetting (i believe its a 10 second hold on the wifi plug and then hit the WPS button on your router for it to mimic your current wifi. not had to reset any of the plugs even if theyve moved switches so they remember which ones they were attached to. Also had one running off a wind up extension lead to the top of the garden in summer and worked fine

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