D-Link 500Mbps Powerline Starter Kit - 2 Pack £14.75 @ Mymemory
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D-Link 500Mbps Powerline Starter Kit - 2 Pack £14.75 @ Mymemory

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Found 17th Jul
D-Links DHP-509AV PowerLine AV 500 HD Starter Kit makes it easy to create a high-speed network using your home's existing electrical wiring. Extend your home network to places where you currently have no Internet access, such as a garage or basement. The kit includes two DHP-500AV PowerLine 500 HD 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.

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Bought this on Amazon for £15 a few days ago, good deal. If someone needs a Gig port for some reason, good deal here for an extra fiver: hotukdeals.com/dea…626

imkpmg32 m ago

Bought this on Amazon for £15 a few days ago, good deal. If someone needs …Bought this on Amazon for £15 a few days ago, good deal. If someone needs a Gig port for some reason, good deal here for an extra fiver: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/d-link-dhp-601av-b-powerline-av2-1000-hd-gigabit-starter-kit-2742626


I grabbed this one (the 1000Mbps version) a few weeks back when it was on offer £16.79 and they are perfect for BT TV! Even use one end within a serged protector extension lead
Edited by: "darthvader666uk" 17th Jul

Would these work between upstairs and downstairs when they're both on different main switches on the fuse box?

IBadAss30 m ago

Would these work between upstairs and downstairs when they're both on …Would these work between upstairs and downstairs when they're both on different main switches on the fuse box?



I would imagine so. That's how we use them, most houses are wired that way and most consumer uses will be linking upstairs to downstairs. It's not a big expense if it doesn't but if I understand what you asked and how you are wired, I'm 99% sure it'll be ok

IBadAss

Would these work between upstairs and downstairs when they're both on … Would these work between upstairs and downstairs when they're both on different main switches on the fuse box?


Yes

IBadAss

Would these work between upstairs and downstairs when they're both on … Would these work between upstairs and downstairs when they're both on different main switches on the fuse box?


Yes, mine do.

Best thing I ever did was use a powerline to extend our wifi. Now have it all over the house and in the garden. Much better than a wireless extender.

Thanks, just in need of some of these.

Are these wired?? Guessing no good for extending mobile device WiFi range?

Any deals on one with 2 ports?

Would these be a big improvement over some 200mb ones I have??

Question: Will this extend out as a wifi repeater at the other end where i have a deadspot? or i need to use cable? New to these kits

pablotay85

Are these wired?? Guessing no good for extending mobile device WiFi range?


amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

showing £18.99 now did I miss a code or something?

abdi12346

Question: Will this extend out as a wifi repeater at the other end where … Question: Will this extend out as a wifi repeater at the other end where i have a deadspot? or i need to use cable? New to these kits



Same here...are these similar to repeater?i would like to extend the current range aswell as speed into my Garden?

http://i.imgur.com/fbrxjMkl.jpg

Annoying high pitched sound from the units. Great customer service though and free returns so I have returned it.

Cold though.

Can I use a set of 2 kits in one network to connect 3 devices?
Edited by: "MusicInMe" 20th Jul

I bought 2 packs of these hoping I could use them with our existing Netgear homeplugs but they aren't connecting to our network. Is there any reason why they wouldnt work, other than brand name?

Original Poster

I have five TP Link plugs working but I had to use the method where you use the PC to name each plug the same and then they work without having to pair them. tp-link.com/us/…tml
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