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Re: BT Infinity set up - hub upstairs, masters/mains socket upstairs.

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@semraoz wrote:
But they have different Mbps values which one would be suitable?

 

That is the speed they operate at, the figures are usually very optimistic. As IMJ says, 500 would be suitable. There are a number of different types of configuration, some have more than one Ethernet socket so multiple devices can be connected to one adaptor. Some have a 'plug through' facility which means the adaptor can also be used as a normal mains socket.

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Message 22 of 26

Re: BT Infinity set up - hub upstairs, masters/mains socket upstairs.

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Also taking all this into account does this mean I can get rid of the long broadband cable that runs through the wall externally?
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Message 23 of 26

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Yes

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This is great thank you. Sorry for bothering you with all my questions this kind of stuff is trouble for me 😓
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Message 25 of 26

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Your set up will be similar to this

 

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Message 26 of 26

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Thanks this makes sense!
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