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Home Network Setup

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#1 bowmatty


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Posted 06 November 2017 - 04:29 AM

Hi guys,

I am wanting to setup a more stable home network. My current setup is with a Technicolor TG797n v3 router connected to my desktop Dell Precision 5600 via LAN/ CAT6 cable. All the rest of the household gadgets (laptops,phones, smart tvs, Kodi box) are connected on the wifi, with speeds of around 25-30MbPS. The open source box is often buffering which is annoying and would like to get this resolved if possible. We are a family of 6 in a house that is on a 500m2 block.
Also im looking at getting the Kodi box connected onto a LAN, so looking into powerline adaptors.

Any suggestions to a setup that we would benefit from would be great. clear.png

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