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Power line adapters

Don't matter how often I reset them and pair them after about an hour the signal drop and I lose the CCTV

I'm going mad please help

 

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Re: Power line adapters


@Rayholt wrote:

Don't matter how often I reset them and pair them after about an hour the signal drop and I lose the CCTV

I'm going mad please help

 


Maybe they are faulty? New or old?

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Re: Power line adapters

Seems funny that a month after I'm out of contract my adapters don't work and my WiFi speed is a 1/4 of what it should be

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WiFi speed isn't guaranteed, and if you got the adapters from Virgin they'll replace them. 

Saying that, power line adaptors can be funny too. Turning a washing machine on can be enough to stop them from working in some cases. The solution is to use wired ethernet. 

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I have wired ethernet at front of house hence p/adapters at rear for CCTV and WiFi dead zone. Have done factory reset of everything today just got CCTV to be done and see if it works

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