TP Link hassle

  • 27 February 2017
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We have some TP link socket adaptorsn for the network.
 
Every thing was fine at first, but lately the connection seems to slow down badly at certain times of day.
My own system is connected directly to the router and no change is noticed by me.
 
Does anyone have any ideas as it has us all flummoxed.

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Userlevel 7
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these homeplug ones?

any power events that keep happening?
Userlevel 5
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None that I have noticed.
Userlevel 7
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Is or on the same circuit as a hair dryer or other appliances?
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one is in the kitchen with a fridge and freezer in there, the other two are in bedrooms.
 
The only inductive load up there would be when the wife uses the hoover.
Userlevel 7
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Disconnect the ones in the kitchen and see if it improves... Some people say that there should only be 2 pairs max per household... BTW do you have 100 or 200/220A service? Homeplugs are terrible with 100A service homes...
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It appears that the problem was the router.
 It died completely on friday, and I only got back on line yesterday evening.when the new one arrived.
 
Thanks for all the help, it's much appreciated.
update firmware!
check your cable connect to router!
Move away from other electronic devices!
Keep your device always cool and clean!
:cathappy:

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