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TRENDnet TPL-430AP WiFi Everywhere Powerline Dual Band AC 1200 AV2 Access Point MIMO Beamforming 3x Gigabit Ports WiFi Clone £49 @ eBuyer
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TRENDnet TPL-430AP WiFi Everywhere Powerline Dual Band AC 1200 AV2 Access Point MIMO Beamforming 3x Gigabit Ports WiFi Clone £49 @ eBuyer

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Posted 21st Aug

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Amazon price match gone wrong again! Best of both worlds with this TPL-430AP as you get blazing fast extended dual band Wifi AC speeds AND 3x Gigabit Ports Powerline features as well! £49.98 + £3.49 delivery and in stock for next day, as got one delivered yesterday for someone! Stock on amazon is 1-3 months, but I think they have just forgot to put the price back up

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TRENDnet WiFi Everywhere Powerline 1200 AV2 Access Point

TRENDnet's WiFi Everywhere Powerline 1200 AV2 Access Point, model TPL-430AP, uses an electrical outlet to create or expand a wireless network. Two Powerline adapters are needed to start a network. Connect one Powerline adapter to the router, and plug the TPL-430AP into a power outlet in another room where WiFi connectivity is needed. The WiFi Clone feature conveniently copies your existing wireless network settings to the TPL-430AP for faster network integration.

Gigabit Ports
Three gigabit ports provide high-speed network connections to devices, and a 6 Gbps switching capacity allows data traffic to flow smoothly, reducing traffic bottlenecks.

WiFi Everywhere
Connect all of your 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz devices to a dual band WiFi AC1200 network.

WiFi Clone
Use your router's WPS button and the TPL-430AP's WiFi Clone button to conveniently copy your existing wireless network name and password for quick network integration.

Powerline

Sync Button
Press the Sync button to change existing Powerline encryption keys

Powerline 1200
Extreme Powerline networking over existing electrical lines, use all three electrical wires: the live, neutral, and ground wires to achieve faster throughput speeds

Gigabit Ports
Three convenient gigabit ports to hardwire computers, smart TVs, or other network enabled devices

Compatibility
Backward compatible with Powerline 600, 500, and 200 adapters

MIMO with Beamforming Technology
Enhanced performance and range

Multiple Adapters
Use up to 8 adapters on a single Powerline network

Easy Installation
TRENDnet adapters auto-connect out of the box

Pre-Encrypted
The adapter is pre-encrypted for your convenience

Wireless

Concurrent Dual Band
AC1200: concurrent 867 Mbps WiFi AC + 300 Mbps WiFi N bands

Wireless Coverage
Expand your wireless coverage with MIMO antenna technology

Pre-Encrypted
For your convenience the wireless is pre-encrypted with a unique password

WiFi Clone
Use your router's WPS button and the TPL-430AP's WiFi Clone button to conveniently copy your existing wireless network name and password for quick network integration.
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Additional tech info for those that care
  • Powerline 1200 networking over existing electrical lines
  • Built-in dual-band wireless AC1200 access point
  • Enhanced Powerline performance and range from MIMO with Beamforming technology
  • Easy installation – TRENDnet adapters auto-connect out of the box
  • Pre-encrypted for your convenience
  • Three gigabit ports for high performance wired networking
  • Powerline range of up to 300 m (984 ft.) over existing electrical lines
  • Two Powerline adapters are required to start a network
  • WiFi Clone button copies your existing wireless network settings to the TPL-430AP for faster network integration

Also, here is the Official Trendnet DEMO / MESS ABOUT login for the actual GUi and setup part of this device, if you fancy a play!

trendnet.com/emu…htm
Edited by: "bitcoin5" 21st Aug
Apologies for probably a stupid question, but how does this differ to, say, the BT Whole Home set up?
Just want to clarify is this for a complete set i.e. two powerline adaptors or just this unit (which then needs at least one other adaptor to connect to it)?

The wording reads to me as if you need a powerline set up already to use it "Two powerline adapters are required to create a network Connect a powerline adapter to the router and plug the TPL-430AP into a socket in another room where a Wi-Fi connection is needed."

Good deal if it's a set but kinda expensive (even on offer) if you need to have powerlines already....
Edited by: "ST3123" 21st Aug
dannynobbs21/08/2019 16:15

Apologies for probably a stupid question, but how does this differ to, …Apologies for probably a stupid question, but how does this differ to, say, the BT Whole Home set up?


No stupid questions.. come on danny, you only have to look at some of mine, to see how clever you are!!!

This simply plugs into any mains socket, you press the clone wifi button, it connects, then you simply carry on using your existing connection, but via a stronger, faster signal, pumped off this (very similar to BT Home Discs!) as an Extender, the bonus, over the discs, is IF you want to hard wire a 4K tv, you can plug it right into the back of it, using one of the gigabit network ports, this also applies to all other devices with a network port.

I popped it up, as BT Home Discs and the like, are very, very good for the price, but are expensive, just thought this would suit the average family / computer / 4g lte mifi users, at a bit less, but does a more versatile job for the money
bitcoin521/08/2019 17:45

No stupid questions.. come on danny, you only have to look at some of …No stupid questions.. come on danny, you only have to look at some of mine, to see how clever you are!!! This simply plugs into any mains socket, you press the clone wifi button, it connects, then you simply carry on using your existing connection, but via a stronger, faster signal, pumped off this (very similar to BT Home Discs!) as an Extender, the bonus, over the discs, is IF you want to hard wire a 4K tv, you can plug it right into the back of it, using one of the gigabit network ports, this also applies to all other devices with a network port.I popped it up, as BT Home Discs and the like, are very, very good for the price, but are expensive, just thought this would suit the average family / computer / 4g lte mifi users, at a bit less, but does a more versatile job for the money


Now that's what i call a comprehensive reply! Cheers bitcoin5 🏻
dannynobbs21/08/2019 21:03

Now that's what i call a comprehensive reply! Cheers bitcoin5 Now that's what i call a comprehensive reply! Cheers bitcoin5 🏻


Very welcome, better the devil you know and all that!!
Hmm, wondering if this is better than the Orbi I got delivered today...
Vegito21/08/2019 23:33

Hmm, wondering if this is better than the Orbi I got delivered today...


If you got new, I would suggest maybe it is, as the price of the features of Orbi mesh, tend to be offset when looking at something like this, that does a similar thing!

Have you a particular setup / property coverage in mind for Orbi, or did you get the whole house set up kit one?
I live in a 2 bedroom flat that is reasonably big. I use a Huawei LTE router with a 3 sim card in it for internet, so that has to kind of stay by my living room window. This means that outside of my living room, nowhere else in the house gets a good WiFi signal.

The old/current solution was to run a long ethernet cable from the router at the window to the other end of my living room where I have a computer desk, plugged into the computer.

I got the Orbi and set up the Orbi router on my computer desk and have that same ethernet plugged into it. Then 1 Orbi satelite plugged into the hallway that covers the rest of the flat pretty well.

In theory, I could just plug in this TPL-430AP into the same plug socket in the hallway and it would cover just as well. Only difference is it would rely on the wifi signal from my window-sill-based router to be strong enough to hit the extender (compared to the Orbi satelite that hits the Orbi router that is on the other side of my living room with line of sight to the hall).

Hmmm, not sure.

I think its a toss up really. The signal coming into this extender wouldn't be as strong, so likely lower speeds. But also 30 quid cheaper
I've always wondered how this would work if I want to extend my WiFi using my existing powerline adapters (av2/1200 tp-link) if my current WiFi is 5GHz/1300Mbps, 2.4GHz/600Mbps? Will it slow the entire wireless network down to 867/300Mbps if there's overlap?
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