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    Exclamation AV500 WiFi P.E. (TL-WPA4220), problems with the conection

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    Hello everyone,
    I use the internet very usually, so I need a good conection. But my house is to big for only a router. For this reason I bought de Powerline Extender AV500.
    In the first days, I had a good internet and conection without any problems. But nowadays, my P.E. stops working sometimes. It only happens when I'm not using the internet very much. For this reason I think that the problem is a consequence of a bad "Sleep mode" configuration.
    I don't know how to solve that problem or if the "Sleep mode" is the reason. If anyone can help me, I will be grateful.

    Waiting for anyone can solve my probelm

    eloiaro5

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    The wireless extender doesn't have "sleep mode", are your devices connected to it by cable or wifi? When you lose the connection, what about the lights on the two powerline units? You can try different wall sockets, and check the environment. http://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-882.html

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    Hello all,
    I just join this forum.
    I have a pair of wpa4220 and will ask to ne-body here about my questions:
    1. Why does tplink prohibit that unit connected to power strip ?
    2. My units working well by cable and i want to deactive wifi beaming signal, Can I ?
    3. What is meaning of pass through and what kinda powerline adaptor model is not using pass through system ?

    Thanks. =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by zovojo View Post
    Hello all,
    I just join this forum.
    I have a pair of wpa4220 and will ask to ne-body here about my questions:
    1. Why does tplink prohibit that unit connected to power strip ?
    2. My units working well by cable and i want to deactive wifi beaming signal, Can I ?
    3. What is meaning of pass through and what kinda powerline adaptor model is not using pass through system ?

    Thanks. =)
    1. Some power strip may contains surge protector and will affect/stop the communications between adapters.
    2.There is a wifi button.Press it 5 seconds to disable the wifi function. The wifi button is also the wifi light.
    3. Powerline adapters normally too big and will cover another power socket. Pass through provide another available power socket for other devices. If you see no power socket on an adapter, that is non pass through adapter.

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    Ok, thanks @vieldcs, i will try soon...



 

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