Summary: 1. The mac address & password label have been removed. 2. The bandwidth is extreme low & lossing packets. (about 2~3Mbps bandwidth which means you download speed will be around 200K/S.) I did test my TPlink single powerline, and it can give me full speed (30Mbps) under the same network environment.
Summary: Like some others have experienced, I got 2 PLS400 units instead of one PLE400 and one PLS400. However, both units were bad as I have another set PLS/PLE units to work with. Additionally, the serial number / password stickers were removed.
Summary: Plain and simple - if the device you're trying to connect is on a different circuit breaker - do NOT buy this product, it won't work. Connect the devices - no network. Instant chatted with support and the person told me plain and simple - this device HAS to be on the same circuit or it won't work.
Summary: i plugged, it didnt work. Called linksys, they said it doesnt work in different breaker circuit. I tried then both in the same room and worked as advertised, fast and no set up process. guess what?
(we know its not ideal to plug them into the power strip but this is just proof that if it doesn't work so close properly it wil
6 June 2012
Summary: you will never see 200mbps since the device port is only 100mbps. see pictures attached. first picture, speed is without powerline adapter, (gigabit network and internet speedtest is 84/94mbps Verizon fios.)...
Incompatible with the prior versions of Linksys power line system: Misleadingly documentd
E. Johnson, Amazon
6 June 2012
Summary: Purchased to add to an existing plk300 system. Compatability would be assured because all devices are on the homeplug alliance certified products list, and in article 17151 on the linksys knowledge base.
Summary: This device grabs an IN-USE IP address, knocking off another device, usually a wirelessed PC. Can start out OK, then, BANG, you're disconnected. Unplug the device and all is well. Ignores router's DHCP assignments and grabs what it chooses, when it chooses.
Summary: I got these (PLSK400) to connect both a XB360 and a PS4 to the internet. My previous adapter (D-Link DHP-309av) required me to manually switch the Ethernet cable every time I wanted to use the other system. I have no plans to run any serious tests but I did base line both with 3 speedtests.
Not compatible with earlier generation Linksys Powerline AV (PLE200)
Mike G., Amazon
22 March 2012
Summary: I ordered this kit to add to an existing Powerline AV network made up of Linksys PLE200 devices. Apparently, Linksys doesn't keep compatibility between its own devices, even though they're all supposedly compliant with the Powerline AV standard.