DHP-343/B - D-Link DHP-343 200Mbit Powerline HD 4 Port 10/100 Switch Adaptor Starter kit £49.38 @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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First deal after many years of benefit. Saw a previous deal for this for £56.71 on Amazon but not seen this deal elsewhere.

From what I can see from other posts Free delivery for AVForums members, with the usual reminder on how to get it -
http://www.avforums.com/forums/scan_offer.php

The DHP-343 PowerLine 4-Port HD Starter Kit gives you everything you need to connect computers, digital media players, game consoles and other Ethernet-enabled devices in a network via your home's existing electrical wiring. Simply plug in both the one-port adapter and the switch to power outlets in your house and you're ready to connect your Ethernet-enabled devices.

D-Link's Powerline HD Starter Kit delivers up to 200Mbps over the pre-existing electrical wiring in a building. This fast transmission speed provides ample bandwidth suitable for streaming high-quality video HDTV signals, while simultaneously providing high-speed Internet access throughout an entire home. Using Quality of Service (QoS) technology, this adapter is able to ensure that low-priority traffic does not interfere with bandwidth-sensitive applications such as VoIP phone calls and online games.
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#1
I've got one of these - works great in my house and the 4 port switch built in is a great idea, it could only be improved if it had a pass-thru on it.
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not sure on this product - isn't the switch just going to be a hub here?
if the signal going through the mains is 100mbps each way then the total of all signals cant be more? thought a switch kept each input with its own 100mbps available to use but surely this has to share?
glad to be corrected my undertanding of switches homeplug types routers etc is fuzzy to say the least!
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I think you are correct - even though the switch is capable of managing each input, everything that goes through the AV plug has to share the 100Mbps each way.

Edit: does avoid the need for a separate switch requiring another power point so good idea.

Edited By: iandhind on Jan 12, 2011 12:14
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brilly
not sure on this product - isn't the switch just going to be a hub here?
if the signal going through the mains is 100mbps each way then the total of all signals cant be more? thought a switch kept each input with its own 100mbps available to use but surely this has to share?
glad to be corrected my undertanding of switches homeplug types routers etc is fuzzy to say the least!


I hear you but, you need to to view the switch as providing the network backbone with the powerline interface merely an extension to an individual port on it. So within the 5 ports (incl powerline i/f) you have discrete connectivity.
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brilly
not sure on this product - isn't the switch just going to be a hub here?if the signal going through the mains is 100mbps each way then the total of all signals cant be more? thought a switch kept each input with its own 100mbps available to use but surely this has to share?glad to be corrected my undertanding of switches homeplug types routers etc is fuzzy to say the least!
I hear you but, you need to to view the switch as providing the network backbone with the powerline interface merely an extension to an individual port on it. So within the 5 ports (incl powerline i/f) you have discrete connectivity.
my head almost popped there but yeah i see what you mean now.
i guess i was focussing on the powerline part thinking everything into the switch would have to come out the plug part when it may not have to.

Edited By: brilly on Jan 12, 2011 12:34
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brilly
BargainMad
brilly
not sure on this product - isn't the switch just going to be a hub here?if the signal going through the mains is 100mbps each way then the total of all signals cant be more? thought a switch kept each input with its own 100mbps available to use but surely this has to share?glad to be corrected my undertanding of switches homeplug types routers etc is fuzzy to say the least!
I hear you but, you need to to view the switch as providing the network backbone with the powerline interface merely an extension to an individual port on it. So within the 5 ports (incl powerline i/f) you have discrete connectivity.

my head almost popped there but yeah i see what you mean now.
i guess i was focussing on the powerline part thinking everything into the switch would have to come out the plug part when it may not have to.


Generally speaking if the traffic is between 2 devices on the same switch then the traffic only needs to go through the switch and no further.

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