Summary: Purchased this to get internet connectivity into a room on the second level that only had RG-6 cable connection. I have AT&T U-Verse and had a wired Total Home DVR® receiver in that room and initially had cat6 cable connected to the network connection on the back of it and then to a router to get...
Summary: I haven't fully deployed these yet, but ran a test over 2000' of RG6. Transfer rates were 11MB/s. Essentially 100mbps. This test was conducted using two rolls of 1000' of Commscope rg6 direct burial cable. I connected an xbox to it and media center worked great over the connection.
Summary: The adapter works well in conjunction with the AT&T Uverse gateway that has HomePNA built into it. I do not have anything running on the coax cables except the network and have had no issues with interference. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is because the Ethernet speed is limited to 100mb/s.
Summary: I have a shop located about 150 feet or so from my house and wanted to have internet connectivity there. Wireless was spotty when trying to connect and I wanted a wired solution. There was a preexisting coax cable, RG-59, that had been installed for television connectivity prior to my purchasing the...
Summary: Have a single Coax cable between garage and living room. Two of these on a single cable works amazingly well! I had wireless before (bridge), but for streaming, you need to have consistency and this does the job. Haven't done any extensive speed testing, but ping time across averages 0.851 ms.
The network adapter fixed a problem that the Consolidated Communications ...
Judy Nunez, Amazon
17 June 2015
Summary: The network adapter fixed a problem that the Consolidated Communications technicians could not fix after three visits to our house. We had heard the adapter would work but they said it wouldn't. Well they they were wrong.
Summary: We needed a solution to extend network connectivity into an upstairs bedroom. We had a PowerLine-AV2 based setup before, which worked well enough for delivering NetFlix traffic, but had inadequate bandwidth for feeding the TiVo Mini.