[ILUG] Home Network
belgarath at webangel.ie
Fri Feb 12 11:11:06 GMT 2010
Just to correct specs (vast amount of these devices) it is 200Mpbs one
way so it gives you 100Mbps duplex more or less, and they only work on
the flat electrical network so you cannot have any capacitors or big
resistors in-between the plug-in points also big power fluctuations (old
buildings with bad wiring) makes for poor transfer rate. So if you have
good electrical installation you should be ok.
On Fri, 2010-02-12 at 10:52 +0000, Kevin Philp wrote:
> I am looking into options for my home network. The problem is I have a
> long, thin house with many walls. So my standard 802.11.g wireless
> router, which is stuck at one end of the house, doesn't give a signal at
> the other end. I am looking into alternatives and I came across the
> option of running an ethernet signal over power lines - they claim
> 200Mbps speeds and 300M range.
> Anybody any experience/comments on these systems? Or any recommended
> options to increase my wireless coverage?
> An example is at:
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