SarahJD wrote in post #16527028
? I'm not sure if the cable company can use a cable that's already up there to run the internet. They should be able to. But would we need another router? Would it be another charge? I can call on that first.
they look good (very similar to the ones I've used recently, which were the TL-PA511 units) - plug one in where your router is, and connect a patchlead between the router & the Powerline unit.
Bowl off down to where you need your other P.C. & plug the other powerline unit in at that point - patchcable between powerline unit & P.C. and you're good to go.
One thing they do mention is to try not to plug them into multi-boxes (dunno what they're called over there, any sort of power adapter with multiple outlets) It doesn't make a huge difference if you do, but if the distance involved makes the signal marginal then the less points of connection, the better.
The other thing to consider, is security - follow the "pairing" instructions carefully and you won't find your neighbours in the next apartment or whatever being able to connect to your "power" network.
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