Works great with my exising D-Link PowerLine setup
James M. Kray "Lewis Fan", Amazon
8 March 2014
Summary: This is a great unit but be aware that IF you have a high amperage draw on the same circuit, it will reduce your download and upload speeds. Specifically, my Dell power charger for the Dell laptop, drops the speed.
Summary: They work for about a week and then stop communicating with each other. I unplug one unit for about a minute, then plug it back in and a few days later do it all over again. Somewhere I read this may be due to a power saving function. However I can't find a setting to disable it.
Summary: The product I bought PowerLine AV type DHP-310ABV is not working at all. I am tired to install this product two days long. PluNPlay is absolutely not working. I don't know what I should do with this product here! I have contacted [...] but even the type they don't put as the item.
Summary: Either I'm an idiot or these are good for surfing the net from anywhere in the house, and thats it.
Pros: Works great as long as you only need internet access
Cons: I tried every router/switch/powerline combo I could imagine and could never get my HTPC and Office computer to link up via homegroup, but I could see each computer on the network. I ran a cat5e cable outside my home and punched through the walls to each computer and the two linked up the instant ...
Summary: Connected two computers with Ethernet cables on a 1gb network: file transfered around 70 megabytes per second (around 560 megbits per second). Plugged both D-Link adapters into the same plain power outlet: file transfered around 7 megabytes per second (around 56 megabits per second).
Summary: so it worked intermittently for a short while - now it has stopped all together - the smaller plug has given up the ghost after 3 months, no lights on it illuminated. i suggest you buy the other brand aztech which worked for years in my old house, never again dlink.