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Standard User PCBasher
(member) Wed 18-Dec-13 12:56:56
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Re: I-plate on an extension?


[re: RobertoS] [link to this post]
 
Thanks for everyones help on this.

One of the extensions had been extended by a foot and the quality of cable was poor. I have replaced this and was connected at 40/10, although this dropped over night to 38/8.5. The only problem i have now is when connected by ethernet i get the max speed (35/7), but when using wifi is runs at 15/7. I will have to work out what is causing the interference, as it is next to my sky box, lamp etc. Another job for this evening!!

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Standard User PCBasher
(member) Wed 18-Dec-13 13:16:37
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Re: I-plate on an extension?


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The reason is i want the wifi at the back of the house. Walls are concrete so the wifi coverage drops. I have tried powerline adapters, but for some reason, they will not work on my ring main on the back of the house.

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Standard User yarwell
(sensei) Wed 18-Dec-13 14:14:04
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Re: I-plate on an extension?


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In reply to a post by PCBasher:
The only problem i have now is when connected by ethernet i get the max speed (35/7), but when using wifi is runs at 15/7.


Check the wireless link speed, 802.11g at 54M maxes out around 20 Mbits/s of useful throughput and all wifi standards drop to lower speeds as signal strength declines.

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Phil

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