D-Link 1000Mbps Powerline Gigabit Starter Kit - 2 Pack  £16.79  Mymemory with code
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D-Link 1000Mbps Powerline Gigabit Starter Kit - 2 Pack £16.79 Mymemory with code

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lraksmith

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these are very good! Perfect for BT TV I think I need to pick another up at this price
Swore I'd never buy a dlink product again after a rubbish router in 2003 but very tempted at this price to extend my power line network. Does anyone know if these will plug and play with some sumvision 1000Mbps ones?
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Dammit...just bought these last week for £20! They are good though. Heat
Heat bro
Got a BT one with passthrough though it is not gigabit.
Good find.
Do I need to replace my Devolo 500 with these - just got Sky Fibre Max and not sure whether my Homeplugs are effecting speed - honest question ?
Thanks ordered.
Thanks. Almost bought these on Thursday. Heated.
Do these def work? Ive wasted so much money on these before
Ordered. Thanks op
Wonder if these speeds make any difference when most routers connect at 100Mbps over Ethernet?
I bought four of these to replace some old TP-LINK 500AV powerline adaptors. Really not impressed so far - throughout appears to be significantly slower! It would seem that these D-Link adaptors are far more susceptible to poor electrical wiring. I switched back to the TP-Links and throughout shot back up!
MRBardo9 m ago

I bought four of these to replace some old TP-LINK 500AV powerline …I bought four of these to replace some old TP-LINK 500AV powerline adaptors. Really not impressed so far - throughout appears to be significantly slower! It would seem that these D-Link adaptors are far more susceptible to poor electrical wiring. I switched back to the TP-Links and throughout shot back up!

​look for the TP-LINK one?
Got those a few months ago when they were 5% off. Pretty happy with them. Live in an old house and I get around 400Mbps between all three of them. Never had to restart yet (although we have had some a few power cuts since I got them).
Voted absolute zero cold..
Wouldn't touch them even if they were paying me to take them! Have had so many problems with connection speeds, and these were found to be the culprits, and my house is only 10 years old! I'd definitely go with TP-Link or if you can afford it Devolo Gigabit. Expensive but well worth it in the end.
OK ordered,but can someone now tell me what these do?oO
You never get your top broadband speed using these powerlines anyway
I ordered... But I don't know why....

What exactly is the benefit... I've bought WiFi repeaters etc and had no.luck
Edited by: "HSunny" 29th Jul 2017
Agent47

You never get your top broadband speed using these powerlines anyway


internet goes trough electricity and you loose less speed compared to wifi, and its stable unlike wifi, also its great if you want to get rid of Ethernet cables, for exmaple with wifi i used to be ping lagging in online games, got one of those and i have perfect ping all the time now.
Got 5 of these linked up to a Solwise Powerline 1200 Piggy, very quick but not stated speed as they never are. (If you think you will get 1000mps from these don't be upset when they get nowhere near) Great product though. Fast enough for me and cheap
HSunny

I ordered... But I don't know why....What exactly is the benefit... I've … I ordered... But I don't know why....What exactly is the benefit... I've bought WiFi repeaters etc and had no.luck


Just tested this on this Laptop as I browse this thread.
Upstairs Virgin SuperHub > Cat 6 Flat Lan Cable >TP-Link 1200 PassThru > 13 Amp Ring Main No Surge Protect < Downstairs 13 Amp Ring Main No Surge Protect < TP-Link 1200 PassThru < Cat6 Flat Lan Cable < This Laptop.
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myshell001

Do these def work? Ive wasted so much money on these before



Impossible to say, they're using your electrical wiring to transmit data so everyone's results will vary.
Worked perfectly for me - as steam link was playing up on wired to wifi set up, these in place removed all stutter , buffering and loss of quality . Do find every now and again you might need to reset them (like once every two months) but for the price very happy
I already have some BT extenders. Anyone know if the two are compatible?
Bear.Bargains

OK ordered,but can someone now tell me what these do?oO


See Post #24
If you buy two packs of these can you use three a "receivers" and one at the back of your main router? If so do you have to adjust anything to work them this way?

Many thanks
are these wifi ?
vikasbhasin

Wonder if these speeds make any difference when most routers connect at … Wonder if these speeds make any difference when most routers connect at 100Mbps over Ethernet?


No, I can't say I've wondered. Thanks for asking
covforce55 m ago

are these wifi ?

​No. Basically uses your mains electricity internal cabling to conveniently transfer your internet connection from one part of the house/building to another without the use of separate ethernet/network cables. You still need to plug-in your device(s) at the other end to make use of it, so not wi-fi.
Publix2 h, 45 m ago

Just tested this on this Laptop as I browse this thread.Upstairs Virgin …Just tested this on this Laptop as I browse this thread.Upstairs Virgin SuperHub > Cat 6 Flat Lan Cable >TP-Link 1200 PassThru > 13 Amp Ring Main No Surge Protect < Downstairs 13 Amp Ring Main No Surge Protect < TP-Link 1200 PassThru < Cat6 Flat Lan Cable < This Laptop.[Image]


Could anyone show what LAN speed they get with these or similar powerline models e.g computer to computer (not dsl throughput)? Thanks
Not this specific brand.

Is it me or do these things pack up all the time? I've been through 2 sets of these both just stop working, strange???
I've user Powerlines for many years (Belkin, the TP-Link and now TrendNet).

They work really well, far better than wifi, apart from a subtle issue that affects the latter two - random disconnects every week or so. The fix is to run a continuous ping to the router in the background, which I do now and have never had a disconnect since.

Good price for these by the way, especially as they have gigabit ports (my current AV500 ones only have 100meg ethernet so of course can't transfer data anywhere near the touted 500mbps)
Publix

Just tested this on this Laptop as I browse this thread.Upstairs Virgin … Just tested this on this Laptop as I browse this thread.Upstairs Virgin SuperHub > Cat 6 Flat Lan Cable >TP-Link 1200 PassThru > 13 Amp Ring Main No Surge Protect < Downstairs 13 Amp Ring Main No Surge Protect < TP-Link 1200 PassThru < Cat6 Flat Lan Cable < This Laptop.



Not directly related to this product... but what the hell is going on with that upload speed? Seems super, super low.
ollie87

Not directly related to this product... but what the hell is going on … Not directly related to this product... but what the hell is going on with that upload speed? Seems super, super low.


Virgin Media Rationing -
It was much faster via the last UK hotel I stayed in!
Utube I start just before zzzzzzz's.
I have an old 200mb powering setup. Would I notice improvement by getting this (50mb virgin cable)?
Jonnyblock

I have an old 200mb powering setup. Would I notice improvement by getting … I have an old 200mb powering setup. Would I notice improvement by getting this (50mb virgin cable)?


Yes, I think so, but not by a factor of 5.
Everything must be "Perfect" for best results. Good Lan Cables - I use Cat 6 exclusively, No Surge Prot; etc.
I also switch off Powerlines at night; I reboot my 80mb Virgin Router once a week.
Bear in mind a mixed system will run at the speed of the slowest.
Could anyone show what LAN speed they get with these or similar powerline models e.g computer to computer (not dsl throughput)?

Copy:
941 MB (987,246,592 bytes)
1.43=103 seconds
Speed Upstairs Desktop > This Laptop downstairs
9,584,918 Bytes/Sec
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