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  • shadowlight
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    Originally posted by cburbs
    We are moving into a new rental unit next week. I am sure it isn't wired like the current place so everything will need to be wireless off the main router.

    Has anyone ever used the Netgear Powerlines?

    Should I go that route or just do Wireless N bridge.

    It will be Frontier communications FIOS to Router which goes wirelessly to WDTLive Plus in main bedroom, Main TV room has Tivo, Oppo, Xbox, Squeezebox, Pioneer Elite, To main computer room which has two PCs, Printer.
    If everything is on the same circuit the netgear will work very well. I use to get connection from study to family room. Nothing beats hard wire though.

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  • Netgear Powerline Ethernet adapter or Wireless Bridge

    We are moving into a new rental unit next week. I am sure it isn't wired like the current place so everything will need to be wireless off the main router.

    Has anyone ever used the Netgear Powerlines?

    Should I go that route or just do Wireless N bridge.

    It will be Frontier communications FIOS to Router which goes wirelessly to WDTLive Plus in main bedroom, Main TV room has Tivo, Oppo, Xbox, Squeezebox, Pioneer Elite, To main computer room which has two PCs, Printer.
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