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Standard User SimonMackay
(member) Tue 01-Oct-13 12:13:36
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Re: Wifi access points

[re: thegooner90] [link to this post]
I would keep the TL-WPA281 as an "infill" access point for garden use - plug it in to a mains extension cord as needed. As well, pay attention to what Solwise are offering - there is a two-band HomePlug AV500 wireless access point that works on both hte 2.4 and 3GHz bands but this one's on back-order. From what I have seen with their website, I would place Solwise as an expert with the HomePlug AV segment or advanced wireless networking.

Similarly a router repurposed as an access point and connected via one of its LAN sockets to the HomePlug AV segment could become another solution to your needs.

With regards,

Simon Mackay - Your quality Web-based resource for home and small-business computing information
Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Tue 01-Oct-13 12:18:53
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Re: Wifi access points

[re: SimonMackay] [link to this post]
That post is 6 months old

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