D-Link PowerLine Twin pack - DHP-601AV/B AV2 1000 HD Gigabit Starter Kit £21.99 delivered by MyMemory - HotUKDeals
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D-Link PowerLine Twin pack - DHP-601AV/B AV2 1000 HD Gigabit Starter Kit £21.99 delivered by MyMemory

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Looks like a great deal for 1000Mbps / Gigabit powerline adapters starter kit. Not sure how good they are but compared to other pricey ones, I think these look better. More details from the websit…
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
Looks like a great deal for 1000Mbps / Gigabit powerline adapters starter kit. Not sure how good they are but compared to other pricey ones, I think these look better.

More details from the website

D-Links DHP-601AV PowerLine AV2 1000 Gigabit Starter kit makes it easy to create a high-speed network at speeds of up to 1000Mbps1. The kit includes two DHP-600AV PowerLine AV2 1000 Gigabit Adapters. Simply plug one adapter into your existing router to turn any power outlet in your home into an Internet connection and then plug the other adapter into the room you want to extend your connection to.

Advanced HomePlug AV2 Technology
The D-Link PowerLine AV2 1000 Gigabit Starter Kit (DHP-601AV) delivers the ultimate in wired connectivity for the hard-to-reach areas of your home. Utilising your homes existing electrical wiring as a reliable high-speed network, the DHP-601AV makes it easy to connect computers, gaming consoles, and media players to your network without additional cables. The DHP-601AV is the ideal solution for getting connected in spaces like offices, bedrooms and other areas of your home that are remotely located from your router.

How does it work?
PowerLine gives you the flexibility to create the network you need in the space you have, by using your electric wiring to connect computers and other devices. Its a simple solution to what can be a sticky networking situation.

Easy setup
Hassle-free plug and play installation, plugs directly into a power socket with no additional cables required. This adapter implements 128-bit AES data encryption at the push of a button to protect your network from any intruders.

Power saving mode
Automatically places the adapter in sleep mode if no data transmission or reception occurs over a certain period of time, reducing power usage by more than 85%.
Box Contains
1 x D-Link PowerLine DHP-601AV - AV2 1000 Gigabit Starter Kit - bridge - GigE, HomePlug AV (HPAV) 2.0, IEEE 1901 - wall-pluggable
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#1
Reviews are average/ok. Go for the zyxel 1000 pla5206, deal still live on box.co.uk which are better.

Edited By: csf on Dec 20, 2016 13:30: .
#2
csf
Reviews are average/ok. Go for the zyxel 1000 pla5206, deal still live on box.co.uk which are better.

the zyxel dont have good comments either with people reporting they are failing and speeds not that great.
#3
got to ask anyone out there - my pass through talktalk powerline adaptors (think that's the right description) keep needing to be synced what's the best equivalent
#4
I have both TP-link and D-Link powerline adapters connected in my house 5 in total - all work really well for me. Only 1 is connected directly to my router, and the other 4 connect (2 of each) quite happily connect in....so you don't need to be brand loyal on these things. I've had them for probably up to 2 years now, no problem at all. Even got my retired Mom to use a pair in her house .....she's forever switching them off to save power etc - but they still switch back on and just work. I used to have wifi extenders before which were nothing but hassle, these work great - a good price too - though you can sometimes get them cheap on eBay.
#5
nickz98
I have both TP-link and D-Link powerline adapters connected in my house 5 in total - all work really well for me. Only 1 is connected directly to my router, and the other 4 connect (2 of each) quite happily connect in....so you don't need to be brand loyal on these things. I've had them for probably up to 2 years now, no problem at all. Even got my retired Mom to use a pair in her house .....she's forever switching them off to save power etc - but they still switch back on and just work. I used to have wifi extenders before which were nothing but hassle, these work great - a good price too - though you can sometimes get them cheap on eBay.

How easy is it to pair adapters from different manufacturers?
1 Like #6
centaurandrew
How easy is it to pair adapters from different manufacturers?

I had no trouble with Devolo and Netgear but I had no end of pain when I tried TP-Link with either of them. YMMV

Edited By: SlightlyFoxed on Dec 20, 2016 22:40
1 Like #7
Got 3 of these up and running. Been rock solid. Unlike the TP link ones they replaced which forever needed resetting.
#8
so do these give off WiFi or ether net only? thx
#9
I've not had a problem myself......you only need to pair them if you want them encrypted.......easiest thing is never to encrypt them in the 1st place. For me encrypting / pairing them next to the router's powerline plug has worked 100% no problem.


centaurandrew
nickz98
I have both TP-link and D-Link powerline adapters connected in my house 5 in total - all work really well for me. Only 1 is connected directly to my router, and the other 4 connect (2 of each) quite happily connect in....so you don't need to be brand loyal on these things. I've had them for probably up to 2 years now, no problem at all. Even got my retired Mom to use a pair in her house .....she's forever switching them off to save power etc - but they still switch back on and just work. I used to have wifi extenders before which were nothing but hassle, these work great - a good price too - though you can sometimes get them cheap on eBay.
How easy is it to pair adapters from different manufacturers?
1 Like #10
these are just wired.
You can get different ones that have wifi built in too.
OR
to add wifi in the farthest reaches of your house, you can wire a wifi router into the powerline and just set it up from there........watch out for DHCP from there though, can be done be but requires a bit more IT know how.

I have both options - the built in option is much easier of course.

Beats extended wifi hands down, in terms of reliability and speed.

reflexion
so do these give off WiFi or ether net only? thx
#11
buy through Amazon from mymemory to save £2
?19.99
#13
Good deal. Just plug them in and away you go.

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