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Belkin F5D4072uk Poweline AV Adaptor, Twin-Pack (200mpbs) Black £52.99 @ Amazon

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Belkin's Powerline Networking Adaptors are a great way to extend the coverage of your home network and are perfect for using to connect your computer and other network devices to your home broadband r… Read More
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Belkin's Powerline Networking Adaptors are a great way to extend the coverage of your home network and are perfect for using to connect your computer and other network devices to your home broadband router. The Belkin Powerline AV adaptors allow you to transmit content directly from your broadband router to your computer and other networking devices through the electrical wires in your home, this is particularly useful for areas in your home that are hard to reach by wireless connection. Setup is simple with its plug-and-play connectivity. Connect one adapter to your router and plug into an available electrical outlet. Plug the second adpter into an available wall outlet and connect the other end to any device with an available Ethernet port such as a gaming console, set-top box, or computer. With greater bandwidth capability of up to 200mbps the Belkin Powerline AV Adaptors are perfect for use with content that is media rich and bandwidth intensive such as streaming movies and transferring large files.
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I suspect one of these will be the cheaper option for most people http://www.kikatek.com/product_info.php?products_id=61923
#2
very cheap for 200mbps kit have some heat. It appears to be your first deal so have some rep.
#3
great find...just what i was looking for..Ordered...Heat & Rep added :-)
#4
anewman;6601534
I suspect one of these will be the cheaper option for most people http://www.kikatek.com/product_info.php?products_id=61923


Not so cheap when you fall over it an break your neck because it is trailed all over the floor! You omit to mention the labour costs for chasing one into the wall, and redecorating several rooms afterwards.
#5
I picked up a twin 200 powerline at a bootfair for £5. Best deal I have had,but shame it wasn't national. Thing is you need more than two. Heated
#6
two's fine for me at the moment.
heat from me.:thumbsup:
#7
seen this deal a few days ago and cant decide to buy it or not, prefer to have 4 ports for multiple devices, this is still a great deal but no reply from belkin support yet to my queries (contacted them tuesday)
#8
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#9
Bully;6606318
seen this deal a few days ago and cant decide to buy it or not, prefer to have 4 ports for multiple devices, this is still a great deal but no reply from belkin support yet to my queries (contacted them tuesday)


I run a simple network switch from one of my 85mbs units, and it works fine sharing with a Desktop, occasional laptop and a media player although obviously limited to the bandwidth these can pass. I can presume you will be able to run these the same way
#11
nihcaj;6603634
Not so cheap when you fall over it an break your neck because it is trailed all over the floor! You omit to mention the labour costs for chasing one into the wall, and redecorating several rooms afterwards.

I nailed mine with cable clips across the skirting board. No redecorating, no trailing cables, looks as tidy as the telephone line that BT installed. About the most damage I did was drilling a hole big enough for the connecting end to pass through.
#12
I'm tempted to upgrade from my 85mb ones at this price!

These are ideal if you can't run cables all around your house of your renting or it's just not feesible
#13
anewman;6606749
I nailed mine with cable clips across the skirting board. No redecorating, no trailing cables, looks as tidy as the telephone line that BT installed. About the most damage I did was drilling a hole big enough for the connecting end to pass through.


Well if you can put up with that sort of mess, then I suppose it is fine for you! :whistling:
#14
Your accusing ME of trolling? With that post? Very rich.

Join the others on my ignore list, it will save a lot of bandwidth :-(
#15
Ok now the troll has left and taken his aerosol can with him does anyone know
if the below product will work with the belkin twinpack?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Linksys-PLS3...5806415&sr=1-4
#16
Bully, if you want 4 ports netgrear do them. don't mix makes as while they should work unencrypted - as long as they are the same speed / chipset, the software that encrypts the data is usually brand specific.
#17
anewman
I suspect one of these will be the cheaper option for most people http://www.kikatek.com/product_info.php?products_id=61923

your alternative for cable is valid, but it would help readers if you made sure people understood your suggesting an alternate method / Product, I was expecting to see a cheaper equivalent.

Different people have different needs and requirements and put a different value on their time, so its unfair for you to assume that your option is cheaper for most people without the necessary study into the readers and the users requirements.

I would be grateful if you are to comment on one of my posts in the future that you included more accurate information to allow readers to make a more informed choice.
#18
Bully, if you want 4 ports netgrear do them. don't mix makes as while they should work unencrypted - as long as they are the same speed / chipset, the software that encrypts the data is usually brand specific.


argh - was tempted to buy these but I need 2 single and a 4 port switch - shouldn't they work as long as they are all the same chipset (Intellon)?
#19
mad
Bully, if you want 4 ports netgrear do them. don't mix makes as while they should work unencrypted - as long as they are the same speed / chipset, the software that encrypts the data is usually brand specific.


i Have an old 4 port router i may try and use with these in living room to solve my problem,probably affect my speed if it does work
#20
Bully;6689884
i Have an old 4 port router i may try and use with these in living room to solve my problem,probably affect my speed if it does work


I use my 85mbs units with a simple switch with no problems
eg. http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/6144883/5-Port-Network-Switch-Hub/Product.html?ptsl=1&ob=Price&fb=0

(Not this one, just I can't find the exact model!)
#21
I need a powerline switch though that will be compatable with 2 powerline normal plug things - thats just a normal switch.

edit - I suppose I could just buy a normal powerline plug and stick a cheap switch on the end of it - sorry I'm a bit slow today!
#22
anewman
I suspect one of these will be the cheaper option for most people http://www.kikatek.com/product_info.php?products_id=61923


an unecessary post, why the swipe at the OP?
#23
not badly priced, various reviews show these are not good in performance as the Devolo 200mbs easy starter kits(£77) or the Solwise homeplugs.
#24
an unecessary post, why the swipe at the OP?


lol - indeed - I already have 2x15 meter network cables but my girlfriend isn't impressed with that - hence the interest in this powerline milarky - trying to find a decent deal on the high street for these so I can take them back if they are not compatible but it's not going well so far :(
1 Like #25
worto03
lol - indeed - I already have 2x15 meter network cables but my girlfriend isn't impressed with that - hence the interest in this powerline milarky - trying to find a decent deal on the high street for these so I can take them back if they are not compatible but it's not going well so far :(


i would say as a long standing amazon customer that you try these, i persoanlly run the devolo 200mbps avdesk and have never had an issue in over 3 years.

Amazon will take them back if youre not happy. Just say they dont work

S
#26
sunil1234
i would say as a long standing amazon customer that you try these, i persoanlly run the devolo 200mbps avdesk and have never had an issue in over 3 years.

Amazon will take them back if youre not happy. Just say they dont work

S


I wanted to try these too, but wasn't sure if amazon would take them back.
If i say it doesn't work and send it back to them and they find it's working (for them), would they accept it?
1 Like #27
I'm having a bit of a mare trying to find a 4-port 200mbit powerline switch to try with these - preferably also on amazon so I can send the whole lot back if they don't work together - any ideas?

edit Simplexity - not that I'd ever condone this of course but you can always get round this by saying it's an intermittent fautl :)

Cheers,
worto.
#28
anewman
I nailed mine with cable clips across the skirting board. No redecorating, no trailing cables, looks as tidy as the telephone line that BT installed. About the most damage I did was drilling a hole big enough for the connecting end to pass through.


"quality install" :w00t:
#29
ah stuff it - I've had enough looking around & just ordered some - cheers. worst case if I can't find a 4 port powerline switch to go with them I'll just buy another one of these and stick a dumb switch in.
#30
Stupid Question:

Can I use this without issue to bridge a couple of patch cables between my console and Router?

(console > patch cable > Powerline setup > patch cable > Router (integrated 4-port switch)?

I've always assumed these units need to be on the same ring-main to actually work - can any existing users confirm this?
#31
nihcaj
I use my 85mbs units with a simple switch with no problems
eg. http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/6144883/5-Port-Network-Switch-Hub/Product.html?ptsl=1&ob=Price&fb=0

(Not this one, just I can't find the exact model!)


So if I purchased one of these and plugged it into the "Boys" wall plug that would allow them to have the PC and the X Box connected at the same time???

Cheers
#32
FAMILYGUY
not badly priced, various reviews show these are not good in performance as the Devolo 200mbs easy starter kits(£77) or the Solwise homeplugs.


couldnt find a single review online except the 2 good reviews on amazon site
Have you a link to the reviews?
#33
QAL
So if I purchased one of these and plugged it into the "Boys" wall plug that would allow them to have the PC and the X Box connected at the same time???

Cheers


Have you an old router lying about with a few spare ports, should do the same job?
#34
sniperpenguin
Stupid Question:

Can I use this without issue to bridge a couple of patch cables between my console and Router?

(console > patch cable > Powerline setup > patch cable > Router (integrated 4-port switch)?

I've always assumed these units need to be on the same ring-main to actually work - can any existing users confirm this?


I was going to ask a similar question - Router downstairs & 2nd PC/XBMC upstairs - do they have to be on the same circuit?

If so, how can I find out before buying one?
#35
they don't have to be on the same circuit \ ring main as long as both ring mains go from the same fuse box.

It's the fuse box \ consumer box that stops the signal.

here's some good info

http://www.avforums.com/forums/networking-nas/731564-homeplug-faq.html
#36
QAL;6692970
So if I purchased one of these and plugged it into the "Boys" wall plug that would allow them to have the PC and the X Box connected at the same time???

Cheers


I have a media streamer, a PC and a Laptop (don't much use wireless) using exactly that type of setup, although usually not more than two are on at the same time!
#37
good find, i have been looking around for some of these, i was going to order but on amazon it says will be dipatched in 1 to 2 months.
#38
good offer for belkin kit
I recently got 2 powerline Comtrend 200mbps adaptors from ebay for £40 :)
#39
anewman
I nailed mine with cable clips across the skirting board. No redecorating, no trailing cables, looks as tidy as the telephone line that BT installed. About the most damage I did was drilling a hole big enough for the connecting end to pass through.


Thats exactly the reason I went for homeplugs, so that when we move house i don't have to go through that rigmarole again.
#40
good find, i have been looking around for some of these, i was going to order but on amazon it says will be dipatched in 1 to 2 months.


looks like they are out of stock now - my order says Delivery estimate: 4 Nov 2009 - 6 Nov 2009

I ordered about an hour ago.

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