ok so i definitely dont want the 1200mb+ ones then
the distance wont be that great as its only a 2 bed flat and the cupboard the modem and master socket will be in in is right in the middle of the flat, along with the fuse box. So I would expect it only has to go over maybe 20 or 30 metres of cable. I did see one site yesterday that did tests showing that powerline was actually worse for average latency and ping spikes vs 5ghz.
I am starting to think that by the time I have spend money on powerline adaptors, pcie wifi cards, and wifi dongles, I may as well have had BT just move the existing master socket to where I want it and be done with it! Which ultimately I may end up having to do anyway.
If both wifi and powerline endup a no go, I have 2 options, get BT to move the socket and run some cable around the skirtings, or stick the nte5a on it myself, (which I plan to do this week anyway), and run a cat5e along the skirting myself to the same location. Would it be better for performance to have them move the master by running cable, or leave the master and run cat5 myself?
Edited by Ewok (Sun 15-Apr-18 12:57:58)