[TriLUG] OT Ethernet over Powerline
bimasakti at gmail.com
Mon Mar 3 11:49:57 EST 2014
I Never had good experience . I just keep mine in the shelf for doing a
Some easy test: do bandwidth check, and turn on the blender :D.. B/W would
drop dramatically haha!!
Cable is the best solution :D
Wireless is the second solution.
On Mon, Mar 3, 2014 at 10:50 AM, Scott Chilcote
<scottchilcote at ncrrbiz.com>wrote:
> One more data point.
> The user info that comes with these devices (when decipherable) says
> that you may only use them directly connected to the AC outlet - no
> surge supressors or UPSes allowed. Filters squelch the signal. For
> that reason they are the front line troops for any spikes or
> over-voltages that arrive through your power line.
> I used them for about a year and a half in my home and they worked
> well. We had a stormy summer weekend, and the throughput dropped to
> zero. The lights were still green, but no workie.
> I bought a different pair to replace those, and they didn't work
> reliably at all. They randomly went from a few Mbps down to almost
> nothing, then recovered for a while. I finally surrendered and ran 130
> feet of cat six through the crawl space, up the side of the house, and
> around a curtain wall. Other than a previously discussed malevolent
> squirrel attack, throughput has been peachy ever since.
> Scott C.
> On 02/28/2014 06:14 PM, Tony Clayton wrote:
> > Anyone had good experience with these devices that can recommend one to
> Scott Chilcote
> scottchilcote at ncrrbiz.com
> Cary, NC USA
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