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TP-LINK Deco P9 Whole Home Powerline Mesh Wi-Fi System Up To 6000 Sq ft coverage £169.99 @ Amazon
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TP-LINK Deco P9 Whole Home Powerline Mesh Wi-Fi System Up To 6000 Sq ft coverage £169.99 @ Amazon

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Mesh Wi-Fi + Powerline, Signal Through Walls - Dead Zone Killer
Powerline technology uses your home's electrical wiring to create stronger connections between Deco units, reducing the impact of walls and other obstacles on signal and providing even faster network speeds and truly seamless coverage.
Eliminate weak signal areas with whole home Wi-Fi. No more searching around for a stable connection. Want more coverage? Simply add another Deco.
Adaptive path selection keeps your network running at top-speed by automatically choosing the fastest connection path. Self-healing ensures you stay online even when one Deco unit is disrupted.

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867 Mbps at 5 GHz, 300 Mbps at 2.4 GHz
Whole home Wi-Fi coverage up to 6,000 sq ft / 560 sq m
Powerline Rate (HomeplugAV/AV2): 1000Mbps, 300 meters / 1000 feet over electrical circuit
Quality of Service (QoS)- Prioritize devices for faster performance when needed
Plug-and-Play TP-Link Mesh Technology - Assisted Setup
Supports connection to 100+ devices
Work with All Deco Models
Robust Parental Controls
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I bought the M4 series (dual gigabit ports and no ethernet over powerlines) last week. I am very very pleased with the setup of my WiFi since installing these 3 devices.

No more moaning about Netflix buffering on WiFi by my 16yr old daughter. Only £129.99 for the TP-Link Deco M4 triple pack.
In new house can only get very basic broadband 2-5mb. Ethernet throughout the house. Would I be best going for something like this or make use of the Ethernet ports? Thanks for any help you can give.
If you've only got 2-5Mb I wouldn't be messing about spending money on these if you have ethernet already run. If there's a dead spot on your WiFi utilise one of your ethernets in that area and add a second router and set up as a repeater - this is fairly simple if you watch how on YouTube.
Personal opinion of course
awms03/03/2020 01:10

In new house can only get very basic broadband 2-5mb. Ethernet throughout …In new house can only get very basic broadband 2-5mb. Ethernet throughout the house. Would I be best going for something like this or make use of the Ethernet ports? Thanks for any help you can give.


I have exactly the same issue as you, rural location and 2 to 5mb adsl. These won’t help you as with such low bandwidth you can’t really share the bandwidth with the whole house anyway and if you already have Ethernet installed, that will be fine. My only option is try something like a Vodafone home broadband connection.
We have sky broadband and the router struggles to get wifi to the rear of our house so I have a TP-Link TL-WPA8730KIT and TL-WPA4220 to reach the back rooms what would the advantages be with mesh?
PoiSoN03/03/2020 11:04

We have sky broadband and the router struggles to get wifi to the rear of …We have sky broadband and the router struggles to get wifi to the rear of our house so I have a TP-Link TL-WPA8730KIT and TL-WPA4220 to reach the back rooms what would the advantages be with mesh?


AFAIK mesh networks are much better for devices that will move e.g. your phone. With a standard repeater setup the phone would usually hold onto the bad connection the further you get even if your right next to another repeater with much better signal, where as with a mesh you will seamlessly switch between each one so the signal should stay consistent and solid
PoiSoN03/03/2020 11:04

We have sky broadband and the router struggles to get wifi to the rear of …We have sky broadband and the router struggles to get wifi to the rear of our house so I have a TP-Link TL-WPA8730KIT and TL-WPA4220 to reach the back rooms what would the advantages be with mesh?



Yes the main benefit of mesh networks is that the device sees all the mesh nodes as a single Wifi network, so eg if youve called your network "MyHomeWifi" that would be the only wifi network you connect to, even if your device switches between different mesh nodes located all over the house. The mesh nodes handle all the switching to the node with the best signal and the device is unaware so it is compatible with all wifi devices without any user interaction required.
djgomatt03/03/2020 06:11

If you've only got 2-5Mb I wouldn't be messing about spending money on …If you've only got 2-5Mb I wouldn't be messing about spending money on these if you have ethernet already run. If there's a dead spot on your WiFi utilise one of your ethernets in that area and add a second router and set up as a repeater - this is fairly simple if you watch how on YouTube. Personal opinion of course


I have just installed these in our house, middle of nowhere, ~5mbs adsl. Before we used a BT HH4 and some old devolo dlan 500 powerline adapters. These were good, but often dropped out and caused issues. This new system means I no longer have to switch wifi networks when walking from one side of the house to the other. Also, it has enabled us to use almost all of our internet speed everywhere in the house. This means we can now just about watch full HD video without any buffering! I would definitely recommend them if you have an old setup like we did with Devolo access points. If you already have a good network, then I wouldn't bother, but it certainly helped us especially as we have a 6ft wide stone chimney running up the centre of the house!

Also, if you are on BT, the hubs can't be put in modem only mode so you have to run the deco in access point mode and turn off the wifi on the hub. Not ideal as you lose some features of the deco such as firewall and device monitoring, but I was not bothered by the loss of these features as the hub still has basic versions of this.
P.S not sure if they work with ethernet backhaul, think they work best over powerline, think somewhere on the FAQs of the deco P7 they say you can't use ethernet backhaul?
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