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TP-LINK TL-WPA4220KIT AV500 Powerline 300 M Wi-Fi Extender/Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot with Two Ethernet Ports, Starter Kit/Twin Pack (Easy Configuration, Wi-Fi Clone for Smartphone/Tablets/Laptop)

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  • Wi-Fi clone button simplifies your Wi-Fi configuration and helps build a seamless unified home network
  • HomePlug AV standard is suitable for online gaming
  • Extend 300 Mbps wireless connections to previously hard-to-reach areas
  • Two Ethernet ports allow your TVs, game consoles or PCs connect to the internet
  • Up to 300 m range over the household power circuit

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Style Name: AV500
Technical Details
BrandTP-LINK
Item Weight231 g
Product Dimensions9.4 x 5.4 x 4 cm
Item model numberTL-WPA4220KIT(UK)
SeriesTL-WPA4220KIT
Wireless Type802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
  
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ASINB00DHB2T44
Best Sellers Rank 231 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight699 g
Date First Available19 Jun. 2013
  
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This product extends your Internet connection to every room of the house through your home’s existing electrical circuitry. It features a Wi-Fi Clone button enabling Super Range Extension, which means it can automatically copy the SSID and password of your router. In this way, it simplifies your Wi-Fi configuration and allows for seamless roaming within your home network. After pressing the button, you can place the powerline adapter anywhere you want for wired or wireless access and enjoy seamless networking across your entire home or office.

With the enhanced HomePlug AV technology, it provides you with stable, high-speed data transfer rates on a line length of up to 300 m. It is a helpful choice for a whole home solution to connect all network compatible devices - from computers and game consoles to set-top boxes for IPTV to printers and NAS hard drives.

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2x Powerline Ethernet Adapter
2m RJ45 Ethernet Cable
Resource CD
Quick Installation Guide


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Wi-Fi hotspot
Powerline speed up to 500 Mbps 500 Mbps 500 Mbps 500 Mbps
Wireless speed up to 300 Mbps 300 Mbps 300 Mbps 300Mbps on 2.4GHz + 433Mbps on 5GHz
Wired connection to multiple devices 2 2 3 5
Extra power outlet
HD/3D streaming
Universal compatibility

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**UPDATE 8th July 2016** TPlink have made a new firmware available that should fix some of the most serious bugs - see link in latest comments - I have only tested this for a week so far but it does seem a LOT better. So if you buy these, I highly recommend the first thing you do is upgrade them to the new firmware (upgrading the firmware wipes the configuration). I will be doing a fuller update of my review in due course but in the mean time have changed from 1 to 3 stars.

I bought this kit to get better wifi coverage as my house seems to have very thick walls. To give a bit of context to this review, I'm a software engineer with about 20 years experience, a good proportion of which has been spent writing and debugging network related software.

Initially they appeared to be working fine, however very soon I started to have intermittent connectivity issues that it took a long time to pin down.

There are at least two known problems with the TL-WPA4220 firmware (apologies, this now gets a bit technical):

Problem 1: They use a non-standard method to assign themselves an IP address. This is known to cause issues because it is possible for the DHCP server to assign the address the TPA-WPA4220 has picked for itself to a different device, which causes a conflict on the network.

Problem 2: After they have been running for at least a few hours, they intermittently stop allowing DHCP traffic to pass through them. This results in client devices 'auto configuring' with a 169.x.x.x address, which means they are unable to access the internet. You can temporarily cure this by power cycling the device. For me, this doesn't just affect DHCP traffic, but also seemed to cause problems with UDP traffic in general.
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By Tech 2.0 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 18 Aug. 2013
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I have been using home plugs for years to great effect and have had my eye on these for a little while now. The rear of my house suffers from a lack of Wi-Fi coverage, in no small part due to old stone walls and baby monitor etc. Having previously tried a Wi-Fi range extender with little success I came across these.

What struck me first about these is how small they are compared to some of the ones I have had in the past. I was particularly keen to try them as they pipe a strong signal to where it's needed and then create a new or cloned Wi-Fi hotspot, thus not suffering the same issues repeaters do
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Installation was simplicity itself. I plugged the small nano unit in and connected it to my Virgin Superhub. I then plugged in the Wi-Fi unit at the rear of my property. Powered on the connected instantly. I then pushed the Wi-Fi clone button and then the WPS button on the Superhub and after about a minute I was up and running. I now have a flawless signal all around my home, garden and even in my garage. As I sue dthe Wi-Fi clone option my devices all move seamless around as if it were one network. Great for streaming movies to my iPad whilst I have a soak in the tub.

Now where these take it a step further is that in the Wi-Fi homeplug there is also 2 ethernet ports as opposed to the usual one. This is great as not only can I benefit from wireless but I can also supply a cabled connection to at least two devices. I find that with a cabled connection, my speeds aren't much worst off than when connected direct to the router. I use them for gaming, linking my xbox downstairs to my router upstairs and pings/latency etc are spot on.

A word of caution. Homeplugs/powerline adaptors etc can be a bit picky.
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Ignore the instructions and do the following:

Plug in the smaller adapter, attach via ethernet cable to your router

Plug in the larger adapter in its desired location

Press the pair button on the front of the smaller device

Press the pair button on the underside of the larger device

(this is where the WPS stuff would normally go, i tried that 5 or 6 times, each with a device reset on the larger device but to no avail)

insert the mini-cdrom into a computer, click the larger device icon as it appears (there are only 2 in front of you on the program which autoruns) This will now show you the IP address for your WIFI Tp-link device. Mine was 192.168.1.124 (yours might be different to this)

Login is "admin" username and password

Type this IP address into your browser on the computer, under 'Wireless settings' change the network name to your existing network SSID name,and the channel (if you know it, if not change it to any number, thats not 1 as this is the auto), thats the one that it broadcasts to all your devices just now.

Then under 'Wireless security', simply change the hexadecimal password (PSK password it is labelled as), which on mine was all numbers, to that of the same as your EXISTING Wifi network.

It will ask you to reboot the device, via the browser screen. Do so.

and VOILA! it will now be a clone of your wifi.

I was using a skyhub, the newer black one, and the WPS just wouldnt clone (I think its because it times off before the full 60seconds are up as this was what was required on the tp-link manuals)
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