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Message 21 of 88

Re: This is no good!

You can leave the hub plugged in upstairs, as it will give you the best connection.

 

See  Network connection problems and possible solutions

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Message 22 of 88

Re: This is no good!

Hi Keith -no I can't do that -I need to access the homehub wired ethernet connections. The master is at the other end of the house upstairs.

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Message 23 of 88

Re: This is no good!

Thats no problem, you simply extend just one of the Ethernet connections via a powerline adapter, and put an Ethernet switch(s) at the end. You can have as many connectios as you like.

 

See this example below.

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Message 24 of 88

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Message 25 of 88

Re: This is no good!

Thaks Keith -Didnt think of that one-Have you any recommendations manufacturer wise?

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Message 26 of 88

Re: This is no good!


@ALTSELGREEN wrote:

Thaks Keith -Didnt think of that one-Have you any recommendations manufacturer wise?


The devices shown on my diagram are the ones I have here, and use when I want to extend my network to the garage.

 

They are also used by other forum members. Is you search on sites like Amazon, you will find they are not too expensive.

 

The main advantage, is that you can locate your network anywhere there is a power socket, keeping your home hub connected to the test socket.

 

If you need to have the extension to carry the phone line, then change the front plate of your master socket to one like this.

 

 

It has a filter built in, to stop the broadband signal going down the extension cabling. The home hub plugs into the front.

 

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Message 27 of 88

Re: This is no good!

Speed sharply down yet again - any ideas?.

 

 

ADSL Line Status

 

Connection Information
Line state:Connected
Connection time:0 days, 00:28:05
Downstream:7.938 Mbps
Upstream:448 Kbps
 
ADSL Settings
VPI/VCI:0/38
Type:PPPoA
Modulation:G.992.1 Annex A
Latency type:Interleaved
Noise margin (Down/Up):11.0 dB / 24.0 dB
Line attenuation (Down/Up):30.3 dB / 16.5 dB
Output power (Down/Up):19.9 dBm / 11.7 dBm
FEC Events (Down/Up):0 / 0
CRC Events (Down/Up):2 / 0
Loss of Framing (Local/Remote):0 / 0
Loss of Signal (Local/Remote):0 / 0
Loss of Power (Local/Remote):0 / 0
HEC Events (Down/Up):11 / 0
Error Seconds (Local/Remote):1402 / 575
 
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Message 28 of 88

Re: This is no good!

your stats look the same as when you last posted them no obvious drop in connection speed
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Message 29 of 88

Re: This is no good!

Ok maybe I expressed it the wrong way, but why does it take forever to open web pages on all devices? And painfully slow downloads. ADSL faceplate now fitted to the master socket etc etc. 

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Message 30 of 88

Re: This is no good!

And what do all those errors and events mean? They were not there before.
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