Powerline WiFi Extender

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"Good, but watch the password setting." - by Amazon Customer (UK)
Re-jigged my home broadband using this. I got a Virgin Superhub-3 after the old one was worn in that it dropped wifi (The old superhub that is).

The Superhub gives good coverage for floors one and two of my house but is sketchy on floow three where I have my study.
This powerline wifi adapter allowed me to get the ethernet and Wifi over the whole house.

It seems as if this TP-Link gives slightly better wifi response than the Superhub-3 once installed.

ONE ISSUE!! My original wifi password included an exclamation mark and this seems to not be supported on the TP-Link, causing the automatic Wifi extension to fail without explanation; and me not being able to manually configure the WiFi via the app to include the exclamation mark.

On my powerline, I was able to plug the Wifi end into an extension cord with a lone socket so I could site it atop ... full review

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"Excellent powerline product - as fast as one can expect!" - by Frugirunefru
Simply works precisely as expected, excellent product! Looks relatively good, too. Another plus is that ethernet cables are accessible from the top of the adapter (which helps with power plugs that are close to the floor). The MIMO technology and beam-forming appears to pay off as compared to older (slower) products. I definitely recommend this product.
Potential drawback: no WiFi range extender, but that depends on individual needs (I don't need this feature).

For those interested, I also attach real-life usage data from my set-up to give you an idea what to expect.
(do not expect the advertised 2000Mbps speeds but rather 100-200; this is at the high end of powerline technology!).

In the following I refer to 'powerline' as a powerline established with the two adapters from this product only (TL-PA902P KIT, a pair of adapters). The adapters must be on the same power circuit and in my case they were separated ... full review

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"Easy setup with good results" - by P.M.MURPHY
My son constantly complained about the broadband speed when gaming with his friends online. This was very frustrating as I have one of the fastest broadband packages you can get. After speaking to our service provider they suggested trying to hardwired items like gaming computers and consoles that require super fast connection speeds for streaming gaming and movies.
Having read multiple reviews on all the available adapters I decided to give these TP-Line adapters a go.

Setting up is very straight forward. Do the following: -
Plug in both adapters to sockets close to each other (to start with)
Press the pair button on one of the adapters for 1 second. The green LED indicator starts flashing
Next, within 2 minutes press the pair button on the 2nd adapter. The green LED indicator starts flashing on this too.
When both LED's on both adapters stop flashing the units are paired. (This can take up to 2 ... full review

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"Lot less trouble than a cable" - by Artisan (Herefordshire UK)
Ordered these and they were delivered the same day, a bit unnecessary but I had the option as I'm a prime member. Went up and fixed them in the next day and they were dead simple and quick to fix up, we now have Wi- Fi and internet in the garage where the band practice which is separate from the house. Wasn't sure if they would work across a couple of distribution boards but they do and it's saved me running a CAT5 or 6 across an overhead.

"Clone your IP address with this brilliant product." - by "QuickBrew" (UK)
I have spent more than a year trying to boost my broadband bandwidth at the far end of the house furthest away from my router and miserably failed each time.

As I am with Sky I tried their signal extender but without much success. The trouble with an extender is that if you locate it at a point in your home where you can still have lets say approx 50% signal from the router then the extender will only extend the signal from that initial starting strength of just 50% of what the router is capable of if you were next to it - so when you move away from the extender and say you lose another 15%, you only have a signal of 35% of what is available at the router.

If on the other hand you use an IP clone device which this TP-Link model is capable of then ... full review

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"Great Performance!" - by cold feet
The device works very well. I've a 70MB broadband connection. The BT Hub wifi will give me 40MB wireless connection speed when right next to it. I get the full 70MB with this device placed at the other end of the flat where previously there was zero signal. I would probably knock off 1/2 a star from perfect because of the poor set up instructions. You can get it working as they suggest pretty easily, but if you simply want to link it into your existing connection there is another way. Someone else on amazon gave instructions so I wont repeat. Nevertheless, a good product which does a remarkably good job.

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"Works superbly" - by J. Filer (London, UK)
This is an amazing device - I have an office in a separate building about 70 meters from my router and didn't want to daisy-chain wifi range extenders. Even though this passes through a distribution board between circuits, it still generates an excellent lossless signal in my office. I have it configured with the default "new" network setting and it works remarkably well.

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"So easy to set up and works great!" - by Mr. K. J. Rebeiro (London, UK)
Was sceptical that a wifi extender would work for my study upstairs as have real issues getting signal from the ground floor to the upstairs bedrooms. A mixture of really thick walls and pipes I guess as well as wooden doors block wifi signals. I tend to prefer 5G rather than 2G as well as the speeds are better with all the other wifi units in the area interfering with the signals.

I set it up with my access points downstairs and took it upstairs to the hallway, and now all rooms are serviced so well with a decent wifi speed so I can work productively from my office now. Fantastic! I used to use a power line extender with an old wifi router but it kept dropping out and signal on the power line extender was dreadful. I get up to 96Mb/s download out of a 200Mb/s line upstairs which ... full review

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"An excellent purchase, has now given me full coverage where ..." - by geffrin
An excellent purchase, has now given me full coverage where I had none. Only point to watch out for is when setting up, make sure the WPS connection works as expected (when following the included instructions). You can tell this by seeing NO change to your available networks, if a 'Tenda'... network appears, its NOT worked correctly. The Tenda network will be totally open to anyone. Just try again, once the Tenda network disappears you are all ready to go. Will be purchasing extension units soon.

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"Devolo is the best for Powerline products." - by S. Mitchell
I like Devolo's powerline products - they are easy to set up and work well. This is my third purchase of their networking plug-ins and I've had no problems so far. One note on this kit - the WiFi adapter has its own network identity and access key - it's not a repeater, so you'll need to log your devices onto it using the separate wifi passkey supplied (on the back of the device).

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"Works quite well, but wifi to internet connection stops working unless you turn off power saving feature!" - by Mr. G. Collinson (Merseyside, UK)
Seems to work pretty well and I'm glad I got the passthrough version.
However, the wifi connection - although it allows devices to connect - seems to stop working for internet connection.
This appears to be a long standing problem, due to the power saving function.
After contacting TP LINK support via online chat, who were helpful, I haven't received the promised email back within 24 hours (around 10 days now and counting).
I googled the problem and eventually found a guy that had complained about this to TPLINK, and eventually they provided a utility to enable you to turn off the power saving function..
So far this seems to have fixed the problem.

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"Easy to set up and connect to a third extender ..." - by iamgadget (Ayrshire, Scotland)
Easy to set up and connect to a third extender (same make, earlier generation product). Have been reliable and enables HD video streaming through TV services with no issue. The pass-through ability allows the socket to still be used. The units themselves still feel a little on the large size but this may be due to the functionality they offer which I am happy to trade off on.

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"No-brainer solution for wifi coverage problems and brilliant value" - by JerseyBean
Bought these to replace an aging set of Netgear powerlines which had been happily working for 5 years. These are much more compact and relatively easy to set up but read the instructions and watch the lights properly or it will take you longer. Only criticism is that because it clones the wifi, if you move one unit around or have overlapping coverage with one device logged onto [Network 1] there is no way of knowing if another device is logged onto [Network 1 CLONE] as they have the same network name. This is fine unless you have a wireless printer and a child who occasionally moves the extender to a location nearer their room and a wife who is querying why the printer doesn't work! Otherwise I would recommend; the price was much much better than other similar ones that do the same job. As far as I am ... full review

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"No problems.." - by Jason_Notts (UK)
Live in Victorian house with lots of solid walls over 3 floors. Had total dead spot for WiFi on uppermost floor. I have Virgin Media with the latest version of their hub, I think it's superhub 3. Watched a couple of videos on the tube from 3rd party reviewers on setup of the the TP-link kit. They all said basically same thing. They did show in detail how to login to the WiFi extender and change the SSID and password to that of your existing network if the clone feature did not work, so I had that as plan B. That itself looked like it would take about 5-10 mins extra if needed. Took the powerline adapter and WiFi extender out of the box and plugged them in nest to each other. Pairing took 5 seconds, no problem. Connected the powerline adapter to the Virgin router via LAN cable (3 ... full review