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    Junior Member juanmas is on a distinguished road
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    TL-PA4010 and TL-PA2010

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    I have two kits TL-4010 AV500 Mbps and TL-2010 AV200 Mbps...

    can i make only one network with all (4) adapters ??

    how can i pair its ??

    thanks

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    yes, you can do that.
    about how to pair them, you can do this, pair A and B first. Then pair B or A with C. last C or A or B and D. Each time pair two devices.

    http://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-1618.html

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    I had the same situation, with 2 pairs of TP-Link PA2010P and two TP-Link PA4010. I didn't get too much info about how adapters works, but now I know I made a mistake adding to my router both TP-Link PA2010P and TP-Link PA4010.

    As I have three computers to connect, Then I will remove the old TP-Link PA2010P from the router and follow your advices pairing all 3 of them.
    Thank you.
    Leo


 

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