Summary: I use these at home to connect a Playstation 3 to my home network as the wireless connection was poor at 60%-65% due to distance and walls. They connected fine right out of the box. The speed is very close to direct connection. We watch Netflix movies and download Playstation Network software on the PS3. However when I tried using their software to rename the connection per their recommendation, they would not accept the authorization code printed on each device.
Summary: -no need to write down the passwords plug one device in at a time to router run software - click on privacy tab - click on use default network -click on set local device only unplug device and repeat steps on the rest of devices -no need to write down the passwords
Summary: I had problem trying to get this product to work. I kept getting a password invalid error while trying to add a password. Followed a solution provided by another reviewer (changing the private name) still didn't work. For some reason the only solution to my problem is by connecting my computer directly to the remote plug (not connected to router) , then select the main plug(the plug connected to a router) to add a new password (add the password of the main plug that's...
Excerpt: Straightforward to set up, needed s/w install to enter device passwords and network names to enable encryption. Sometimes I manually have to do ipconfig /release & ipconfig /renew on the remote Pc to get a connection.Saw approx. 14 Mbps sustained throughput by way of my electrical wires. When I replaced the two powerline adapters with a 50 ft. Cat five cable, I saw approx. 92 Mbps sustained functionality (i.e.
Excerpt: Plug it in - it works! As other people noted, on a 2 plug outlet, will slightly block the upper outlet ground. Function in a three floor constructing with 40 offices and elevator. Plugged 1 in the back tech room, into a 5Mb hub and into a surge protector powerstrip. Plugged other into a powerstrip in an workplace on the other side of the creating. They just worked like magic!