D-Link AV2 1000mb powerline adapter x2 @mymemoryukebay
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D-Link AV2 1000mb powerline adapter x2 @mymemoryukebay

£21.99eBay Deals
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Found 4th Nov
Seems a good price for 2x gigabit 1000mb powerline adapters. Price is delivered from the my memory-uk ebay store.

Details:

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 home’s 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. It is 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

18 Comments

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Do these even come close to achieving 1000mbps

inoxx7 m ago

Do these even come close to achieving 1000mbps


Bear in mind the 1000mbps actually refers to 500 download and 500 upload. So realistically you'll only be able to achieve 500mbps download.

Original Poster

People seem confused about these adapters. Whilst they say 1000mb in reality you will get around 100mb if you did a speed test on this online. All powerline adapters are like that unfortunately.

However if you have 100mb broadband these adapters will allow you to use your full broadband speed without needing to run long cables or rely on a wifi connection.

Thanks op, ive been looking for gigabit powerline to replace my current tp link 600mb, missed the netgear pl1000 from earlier so this will do.

GlesgaNed16 h, 27 m ago

Bear in mind the 1000mbps actually refers to 500 download and 500 upload. …Bear in mind the 1000mbps actually refers to 500 download and 500 upload. So realistically you'll only be able to achieve 500mbps download.

And thats in ideal conditions. I'd be surprised if they can sustain 200mbps

Even at 100mbps real speed is a lot of speed most londonflats are getting like 5 or 6 Mbps

mmk112517 h, 18 m ago

Thanks op, ive been looking for gigabit powerline to replace my current tp …Thanks op, ive been looking for gigabit powerline to replace my current tp link 600mb, missed the netgear pl1000 from earlier so this will do.

Just wondering will it make any difference yo the browsing experience at all if the max speed the provider can offer is only ~100Mbps

TheKnight58 m ago

Just wondering will it make any difference yo the browsing experience at …Just wondering will it make any difference yo the browsing experience at all if the max speed the provider can offer is only ~100Mbps


Browsing the web will be just fine.

Original Poster

If your looking to increase Web browsing speed try changing your dns server

Would this be good for streaming ?

TheKnight4 h, 5 m ago

Just wondering will it make any difference yo the browsing experience at …Just wondering will it make any difference yo the browsing experience at all if the max speed the provider can offer is only ~100Mbps


Probably not max speed, I have 60mb fibre and im already getting anywhere between 20mb up to max 60mb with the current tp link 600mb. But I'm hoping a gigabit powerline will give me a more stable max speed.

Though more importantly, it's annoying the hell out of me that my router is showing the ethernet connection as "amber" and not "white" because it's not a gigabit connection!

Supersako7561 h, 10 m ago

Would this be good for streaming ?


I have a 600mb TP link powerline and stream 4k via chromecast ultra just fine, so this should be as good if not better. from what I've read in one of the review, it suggested that the AV2 1000 "... were blazingly fast when tested, even beating a 1,200Mbps set of Powerline adapters!"

techadvisor.co.uk/rev…98/

Download the Netgear Powerline Utility, it will shwo you the UP/DOWN connection speed you are actually getting.

You can then tinker a bit and move the adapter to various sockets till you find the highest speed.

Used a TP Link 600Mpbs for the last 2-3 years, connection ranges from 30Mbps up/down when interference is at it's highest ( 10% of the time ) to 100 Mpbs (Most of the time ).

House wiring was done brand new 15 years ago, and these adapters are placed in the main house to the extension so quite a long distance also.

Everyone's circumstances will vary so check with the steps above. (Still only recommend this as a temporary solution )

I've got these after a bad experience with far more expensive Zyxel 1200s. These have been rock solid with speeds 250-400Mb in my old terrace with old wiring according to the Zyxel management software. Well worth the money even though the price is creeping up. From my research it seems the AV1200s are more prone to interference. I think the main thing with powerlines is to be in a position to return them if they don't work for you.
Edited by: "steford" 6th Nov

Getting a gigabit ultrafast connection. Would these be better than the 200mbps AV ones I have now?

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LightningPete6 h, 31 m ago

Getting a gigabit ultrafast connection. Would these be better than the …Getting a gigabit ultrafast connection. Would these be better than the 200mbps AV ones I have now?

What?

Your asking if a gigabit (1000mb) connection needs more than a 200mb powerline adapter.
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