what is your point here? did you see OPs requirements?@ingdaka......... Please do some research before suggesting a powerline product that although announced new is really circa 2011. The top powerlines are using QCA7500 chips with a 10/100/1000 ethernet connection.
2. Mesh WiFi - works well.
Disagree, for a nominal few more bucks, one gets future growth capacity and better circuit technology. Worth it in my opinion, but yes its up the individuals wallet.anav, the original poster said they need 50Mbit total.
When the time in future comes and his country can cheaply provide him 500Mbit or more, there will be options to upgrade.
Why spend more now?
In vicinity of where I live (like 1000 km radius) automatic fuses somehow became standard for new wirings (either new buildings or adapted old flats/buildings). Only old people (like my parents who actually need power-line network) still use those old fuses which have to be replaced every time they blow.Good to know mkx, are the automatic fuses common in apartment building and the like?
Okay because ours don't blow they trip and you just reset them if tripped........... If that is what you mean your advice is wrong as powerline works well in our house through these fuses.In vicinity of where I live (like 1000 km radius) automatic fuses somehow became standard for new wirings (either new buildings or adapted old flats/buildings). Only old people (like my parents who actually need power-line network) still use those old fuses which have to be replaced every time they blow.Good to know mkx, are the automatic fuses common in apartment building and the like?
Do you have a landline? Is your landline available in several rooms? I used it to pass the ethernet cable. It doesn't even have to reach all rooms: just enough to give decent wifi coverage.According to electricianss I've spoken to running data cable through the walls of other apartmnents in this building has been near impossible unless the walls are cracked open to do so.
I have never used this one. But they need a CAT5 ethernet cabel - they doesn't use the same twisted pairs as phones do. I was talking about using the existing phone passages in order to pass ethernet cables. Usually You can cram a CAT5 and the phone twisted pair in the same place.Thanks Patenot,
I've looked at these: https://shop.duxtel.com.au/product_info ... cts_id=341
they could help in places if there's twisted pair in place. Have you found this solution to be reliable?
There are modules that, indeed, use twisted pair. AFAIK this isn't one of them.I’ll be been told by the MK distributor here is Australia that that module can convert twisted pair to Ethernet unless I’m mistaken. You can use an MK SFP router at both ends to get the job done apparently. The building is an unusual set up, as I said earlier electricians have had a terrible time trying to run data cable. I’m getting one out to the apartment to asses. Failing that it’s mesh wi fi and maybe SFP twisted pair to ethernet if possible I guess.
Can you provide a link to these phase coupling devices as an example?Yes. See here:
The Chateau in Nova Scotia contains more fibre per sq ft. than a typical bowl of breakfast cereal. No need for PLC, wireless mesh or any of those low-tech solutions.Now if you life in a Castel in Nova Scottland (or someplace like that), then the situation is different.