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TP-Link AV2000 Powerline Adapter Kit (TL-PA9020P-KIT) /W AC Passthrough $95.20 + Delivery ($0 with eBay Plus) @ Futu Online eBay

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This is the cheapest I have these excellent Powerline Adapters for in a while/ever. Hurry while they still have them at this price.

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    Good price got a pair myself in my apartment real world performance for me is about 11.2MB/s. Also tried the D-Link one's and they were slower.

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      Multiple things affect your real world performance, including your internet. If it's 11.2MB/s that's actually rather low. My TL-PA4010 does real world 13MB/s fine (limited by actual internet speed) and that's only 600Mbps adapter. The 150Mbps old adapter does around 50Mbps real world (~5.5MB/s).

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      I also get around 10-11mb/sec with these. A lot faster than other adaptors I've tried

    • -2 votes

      Does your modem have only 100mps ports? You need gigabit ports to go above about 12MB/s

      I get 45MB/s with my adapter with 50mbps NBN

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    These seem nice, and the double RJ45 port is good. But I found a couple of issue with them. They are wide, so if you plug them into a double power outlet, you won't be able to plug anything into the other outlet. And, if your poweroutlet is close to the ground you can't plug cables into the bottom of them.

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      I agree re the size. Some 30cm extension cords from Selby (or their eBay store) did the trick for me. Vertical double adapters will also work sometimes

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      They are wide, so if you plug them into a double power outlet, you won't be able to plug anything into the other outlet

      Here is a solution to your problem, you probably could use any of the double adaptors listed here :^)

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    Recently got a pair of these in a fairly modern apartment and they didn't work AT ALL in the second room.
    BE AWARE.

    Wireless 1 on ebay offered to return them for only 20% re-stock fee :/

    Heard great reports about them, I hear if they work, they work great but you'd wanna know EoP works in your house first.

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      You can always buy from officeworks for easy returns to try them first

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      +1. I bought a set of these and they didn't work at all in my last house despite being on the same circuit. Moved and tried them in the new house and they work just fine.

      Hit and miss, but if they hit they're pretty handy.

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      Were they plugged directly into the wall outlet? Most powerboards will filter out the data signal. You could have also tried different outlets depending on wiring.

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    Tempted to buy a second pair in case my current set fails. Touch wood.

  • +1 vote

    Used a few different models from tp-link. It's a LOT slower than the marked speed + the link randomly dies or gets extremely slow and requires a power cycle.

    Gave up and been using Google Wi-fi. It also sometimes need a power cycle due to slowness but much stable than powerline adaptor.

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    Have one of these setup. The modem is downstairs while my pc is upstairs. Connection is flawless and I get upwards of 42Mbps with these. But as mentioned above, the size of these plugs occupies two sockets/outlets but I guess that's why it has a built in socket at its back.

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    With this speed, wouldn't it better off to use 5Ghz AC wifi?

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      Its for situations where you're out of range of Wifi.

      your actual mileage will vary though, how fast powerline adapters work strongly depends on the internal wiring of the house, plus a bunch of other factors like signal to noise ratio and whether or not you have multiple circuits in your home. Some EoP's don't work (or don't work as well) across different circuits.

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    Since this deal is out of stock, can also be bought for $95.20 @ SydneyTec eBay
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/488177

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    Just wondering about these before I make a purchase. I have two devices I want to connect via EoP which are in separate rooms, will it work by having two ethernet cables plugged into the adapter next to my modem and then another two adaptors in either rooms for my devices. Or is this not possible? Thanks.

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      Why would you want to do this?

      You only need one cable at each end

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      will it work by having two ethernet cables plugged into the adapter next to my modem

      You need to plug 1 ethernet cable from the EoP to a LAN port on your modem. If you have other devices near the modem, plug them directly into the modem.

      and then another two adaptors in either rooms for my devices.

      Yes, you can have more than 2 EoPs connected to the same network. A kit comes with 2 EoP units, if you want to use 3, you will need to buy another kit.
      For this model, each EoP can have 2 devices connected to it.