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    Mixing powerlines (Av1200 and AV2000) and speeds

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    Hi!

    Will I suffer any kind of speed loss if I mix and match powerlines in my home? I want to get some ethernet down to my basement, and I have a pair of AV1200 available that I would plug into a house that is already using AV2000 powerlines.

    Will the AV2000 powerlines be forced to deliver less data / speed due to the AV1200 being on the same network or can they work independent of each other and their output limits?

  2. #2
    both are TP-LINK? for me PA8010P is not working stable with PA9020P

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by vicsanca View Post
    both are TP-LINK? for me PA8010P is not working stable with PA9020P
    lên cho anh em cần

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicsanca View Post
    both are TP-LINK? for me PA8010P is not working stable with PA9020P
    Both are from TP-Link. I haven't plugged the AV1200 units into the outlet yet, because I wanted to know if I should just go out and buy another set of AV2000 instead.

    And by stable, do you mean dropped connection or poor speeds?

  5. #5
    for me, in my case AV2000 has the same speed than AV1200, alone or mixing between then. Not a real improvement with AV2000 and still very expensive

  6. #6
    Yes, bad speed and connection lost, almost unusable. Looks like with AV2000 beta firmware 3.2.4 is stable again.

  7. #7
    3.2.4.b is out and is better.

  8. #8
    hello Vogon, could you share the new B version for EU?

  9. #9
    I have already. It works for UK and EU.


 

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