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It does not need to be within range of the existing WiFi signal because it uses your your ring main to transmit the data signal. So you can have it anywhere there is a power socket available.
By Haywarc on 25 June 2014
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By GB Enviro Solutions on 03 January 2014 SELLER
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Without further detail I am not sure what is meant by stopped working. If the lights are not flashing I would suggest it may be a hardware issue. If lights are active you could try using the Powerline Utility software, which came with the product, to diagnose and if necessary reset your remote devices. I hope this helps.
By Andrew on 10 December 2014
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Yes - that's how you set it up. One wired powerline plug connects to your router and one (or more) wireless powerline plug sets up its own WiFi zone. I live in a large stone building and the router's own WiFi signal does not travel very far at all.
By Mr. D. J. Johnston on 28 April 2014
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Hi Eddi, I don't know anything about the playstation or any other gaming machine all I can confirm is that it provides an extension to your wi-fi unit and provides a Wi-Fi connection and two standard network connections. The configuration that I have is a standard network cable from my WI-Fi/Network modem to another un… see more Hi Eddi, I don't know anything about the playstation or any other gaming machine all I can confirm is that it provides an extension to your wi-fi unit and provides a Wi-Fi connection and two standard network connections. The configuration that I have is a standard network cable from my WI-Fi/Network modem to another unit plugged into the mains. I then pressed the clone button on the WPA281 and my modem and this unit cloned all the connection details and the WEP code. I then plugged it in downstairs and my phone and tablet recognised it and connected to it using the origional Moden wep code. Connection via Wi-Fi is 300 Mbps and connection via the network ports is 500 Mbps. I hope this helps.
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By Arthur Dickens on 02 December 2013
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Sorry cannot help. My TP - LINK products never worked. In the end a friend recommended another product that was cheaper and works!
By GJF on 02 December 2015