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Old 12-26-2006, 11:59 PM   #1
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Default DSL-Powerline connections

Ive recently been reading up on networking and I ahve come up with a solution to all the people that was wireless and I really want to know how it works. With everything I have read I am still not satizfied with my knowledge of this and I would like to expand it I was hoping if anyone knew about this?

DSL - Powerline and how it works... can anyone tell me more?

What I have gathered.

You can by an adapter for your standard Ethernet modem. You plug one end into an ethernet port on your modem and the other into the wall. (is this all to set up the powerline connection?)

Now to my knowledge this is all. You jsut buy another adapter and plug that into YOUR ethy port on your computer, and then into the wall and you should be connected at a faster speed than a Cat5.

Is this all there is to it? and can someone give me a couple links to where we can by these adapters?


anything will help.


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Old 12-27-2006, 12:27 AM   #2
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