Hi Keith, I reported a noisy line, and the guy said there was no fault, even though I can hear shooshing noise while talking to him! So where do I go from here. Thanks.
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Hi Nial, been trying the network adapters in various ways, come to conclusion its probably my house wiring causing problems. If i put the adapter in the back room and run a long LAN vable round to it, it works perfectly, If i connect laptop and do a speedtest i get between 50 to 65 mbps, putting adapter in original place, still getting break up, and speedtest results of 0.5 to 11 mbps......So, in conclusion seems like wiring not supporting adapters. I'm waiting on a call from my sparks, maybe he can put both the circuits i need on the same BUS, will let you know. Thanks for all your help.
Hi @Jiffy1 thanks for the update and sorry about the delay getting back to you. Those checks do point to a problems with the electrical wiring especially when they work without issue on the socket located in your back room. I really hope your sparky can come up with a solution for you and please do post back to let us know the outcome.
Hi Neil, Today i managed to get my adapters working properly, i have run an extension through the wall to a socket which is on the same ring as my router! can now have 2 4 k videos playing, spotify, and laptop all at the same time. Happy bunny. thanks for your help.