TP-Link AV600 Powerline Ethernet Adapter(TL-PA4010 KIT)- Plug&Play, Power Saving, Nano Powerline Adapter, Expand Home Network with Stable Connections
- Fast speed: Wired connection with high speed data transfer rate, ideal for HD video or 3D video streaming and online gaming, up to 100Mbps
- Plug and Play: No new wires and no configuration required; Step1: connect one adapter to your router. Step2: plug in another powerline adapter wherever you need wired internet service
- Network expansion: The TL-PA4010 KIT transforms your home’s existing electrical circuit into a high-speed network with no need for new wires or drilling and brings wired network to anywhere there is a power outlet(Up to 300 meters)
- Miniature design: Smaller than most powerline adapters in the market, blends discreetly in front of any power outlet
- Power Saving Mode: TL-PA4010 KIT automatically switches from its "Working" mode to efficient "Power-Saving" mode when not in use, reducing energy consumption by up to 85%
- Please note that the Powerline Adapters need to be on the same circuit(not necessary to be in one room). Powerline adapters must be deployed in sets of two or more
- Compatible with all TP-Link Powerline Ethernet Adapters AV2000, AV1300, AV1200, AV1000, AV600, AV500, AV200. Please purchase TL-WPA4220 or TL-WPA4220KIT if you need Wi-Fi Powerline Adapters
- Industry leading Manufacture's 2 year Warranty and Free 24/7 technical Support
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0 posts • 148 mentions • top 50 shown below
13 points • quigsies
Here’s one for barely 30
4 points • hamie96
You're going to want a powerline adapter if you want a wired connection. I'm not sure how much it'll help in your use case.
4 points • AedandoRL
plug it into a wall socket near your router, plug ethernet cable into router.
plug other one into a wall socket near your tekken machine, plug ethernet cable in.
a thousand times better than wireless. not only will your opponents appreciate it, but you will notice a difference as well.
3 points • DirkDiggy99
Hey kids ask your parents for this Powerline Ethernet Adapter
I bought my daughter a pair after she was having issues with Wifi due to our thick stucco walls. Even in an older built house they work great. She hasn't had any dropped connections for 3 months.
3 points • CommunistCuntWaffle
TP-Link AV600 Powerline Ethernet Adapter - Plug&Play, Power Saving, Nano Powerline Adapter, Expand Home Network with Stable Connections (TL-PA4010 KIT) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AWRUICG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_ljNzFbM43PKNR
This is what I have and the work incredible, over 14,000 reviews and 4 stars
3 points • DannyIsGreat
Agree the op should check these out. I use em all over my house and they are great for places you want wired speeds or have a weak wifi connection. If op is interested these are the ones I've been using for 5 years now with no problems. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AWRUICG/
3 points • speed-run
I know very little on the subject, but this is the one I bought back in May. I had some issues gettimg it set up the first time, but after that its worked well for me.
2 points • meemo4556
An even cleaner method would be powerline Ethernet adapters (hope you don’t have over 500 mbps internet lol). Literally transmits internet over power lines.
2 points • kshifflett516
TP-Link AV600 Powerline Ethernet Adapter - Plug&Play, Power Saving, Nano Powerline Adapter, Expand Home Network with Stable Connections (TL-PA4010 KIT) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AWRUICG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_-bzqFbEZGQ3D5
I bought this and connected a cable coming from the ISP’s router to this device then in the other room it goes a switch. I use it for PS4 and streaming with no issues.
2 points • afsdjkll
I was getting this (or something very similar) while using wifi. I feel like it's an internet connection issue. I switched from wifi to an ethernet cable and it went away.
I don't have my router by my PS4 so I used one of these. It's obviously not ideal for speeds, but it has worked well for me since installing it.
2 points • FixerFour
2 points • Peter_Plays_Guitar
Please upgrade your internet for us.
It's cheap and lagless.
2 points • NjGTSilver
Use a “powerline Ethernet adapter” instead of Wi-Fi. Costs about $50 and will give you hard wired performance.
The issues you are having are def NOT the servers, it’s somewhere in your home or with your ISP.
I am using an older version of this in my office: TP-Link AV600 Powerline Ethernet Adapter - Plug&Play, Power Saving, Nano Powerline Adapter(TL-PA4010 KIT) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AWRUICG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_XiJfEbWQAS4T0
Note make sure whichever brand you buy you get 2 adapters, one goes into the wall next to your router, the other next to your Xbox.
2 points • ImGuss
If you're talking about the Gigabyte X570 UD, it doesn't look like that comes with wifi out of the box. You'd have to either get a wireless card (which would either take a PCIe slot or an M.2 slot) or you can buy one of these these and use your ethernet port. A warning about using powerline ethernet adapters, if your house is old it's possible that the signal is actually worse than wifi.
Edit: they also have USB wifi cards but I've never used them.
2 points • EdgarDrake
You can take a look at this: TP-Link AV600 Powerline Ethernet Adapter. That thing is like a charger brick, but instead of providing USB socket to charge phone, it provides LAN socket to connect LAN cable. So, behind the wall, instead of typical LAN network inside the building, it just electricity powerline.
1 points • MAX-I-MUS
I think this is the US version but honestly you'll be better looking it up for yourself. I've got mine hooked up to a router and got Ethernet cables going into my ps4, smart tv and pc which also might be worth looking into as WiFi speeds will never be as fast as cable. I'm not an expert or anything but if you've got any questions I'll be happy to try to help!
1 points • DefinitelyNotaGuest
Just get a powerline adapter.
1 points • rapsandjays
TP-Link AV600 Powerline Ethernet Adapter - Plug&Play, Power Saving, Nano Powerline Adapter, Expand Home Network with Stable Connections (TL-PA4010 KIT) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AWRUICG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_qRICFb0XT8MHC
How about this
1 points • ExCap2
Youtube has a whole bunch of reviews of people testing it out before you make a decision.
1 points • SendHELP_22
You should be solid with an Ethernet cable. There’s also a power line adapter people use if your router is hella far from your computer.
1 points • WarnerDromners
You are welcome.
1 points • Mriv10
It depends how old your house is but Ethernet Over Power works for me, it's 2 boxes that plug into the wall one connects to the router and the other to your PC. Some can even work as WiFi extenders. https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-AV600-Powerline-Ethernet-Adapter/dp/B00AWRUICG/ref=mp_s_a_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=ethernet+over+power&qid=1596457067&sprefix=ethernet+ove&sr=8-4
I can't find the one I bought but it's this same brand, just make sure your house it new enough for it, I don't remember what year but it was something like newer than the 60s should be fine. Also, make sure it's plugged straight to the wall outlet it doesn't work well if plugged into an extension cord or powers strip.
1 points • kowaterboy
Its like ethernet, i just didnt want a really long cable to my router. This is the one I used. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AWRUICG?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share I was on wifi but this is a lot more reliable.
3 points • DMRv2
PowerLine adapters are an easy way to avoid double NAT by just bridging onto the family network: https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-AV600-Powerline-Ethernet-Adapter/dp/B00AWRUICG
1 points • IgnoranceIsAVirus
TP-Link AV600 Powerline Ethernet Adapter - Plug&Play, Power Saving, Nano Powerline Adapter(TL-PA4010 KIT) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AWRUICG/
All the cable, no stutter, no holes.
1 points • MammothPapaya0
Just use a powerline adapter.
1 points • nearsingularity
You could try a power line adapter. I have a coworker who says they work.
TP-Link AV600 Powerline Ethernet Adapter https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AWRUICG/
1 points • cruzer2727
TP-Link AV600 Powerline Ethernet Adapter - Plug&Play, Power Saving, Nano Powerline Adapter(TL-PA4010 KIT) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AWRUICG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_eH8CEbKRT4ZJD
1 points • nostalgichoneybadger
Here ya go friend. https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-AV600-Powerline-Ethernet-Adapter/dp/B00AWRUICG/ref=sr_1_3?crid=10I26ZZA9ZL72&keywords=powerline+ethernet+adapter&qid=1584492062&sprefix=powerline%2Caps%2C231&sr=8-3
1 points • Ripnicyv
This is the correct product for doing this https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-AV600-Powerline-Ethernet-Adapter/dp/B00AWRUICG the one you had does something else, you only need to make sure that the two out lets Are on the same rail in your breaker
1 points • Informal_Drawing
Use a powerline adaptor, much, much easier.
Something like this: Amazon.com link
1 points • thatonedude123
If I needed to buy one today, I would probably buy this one https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AWRUICG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabt1_ewhRFbVJWDZS6
There are people here to ask who could give you more educated recommendations, I'm sure.
1 points • DavidL1112
Bones recommended this one so that's what I bought. Should have it tomorrow.
1 points • andyburts91
TP-Link AV600 Powerline Ethernet Adapter - Plug&Play, Power Saving, Nano Powerline Adapter(TL-PA4010 KIT) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AWRUICG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_TF5qEbNS41AT2
1 points • Ahhy420smokealtday
Try powerline ethernet adapters you plug one in near your router and put ethernet in it. Then plug the other one in any other power outlet and ethernet comes out. They will jump circuit too so it really works everywhere. Except don't put it on the same circuit as AC or Laundry which is normally very easy to do avoid doing.
Anyways you get ethernet low latency from anywhere in your house.
1 points • Totally_for_Creeping
You can use one of these. I used one for several years and it worked great. You plug one into the outlet near your modem and plug the Ethernet cord into it. Then the other in an outlet near your computer and the Ethernet cord from it to the computer. Sync them up and you are set.
1 points • theBeardedHermit
>If you are renting, the router is in another room, and you can't make holes in the wall then the priority setting is your best bet.
This is another great solution. No need for any holes, or running a ton of Ethernet calbe through your house, as long as you have an outlet near the router and another near your console/pc. I've been using one for a little over 5 years now, and it's been great.
1 points • imaxbyyy
Lots of people use these: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AWRUICG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_nFq0Fb51B61RF
I've never used it personally, but I heard they work very well!
1 points • Brewmentationator
It's not better or worse. Just different. I have one PC with a powerline and one with a pcie card
1 points • IronHeart_777
This may be the answer you're looking for then.
TP-Link AV600 Powerline Ethernet Adapter - Plug&Play, Power Saving, Nano Powerline Adapter(TL-PA4010 KIT) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AWRUICG/ref=cm_sw_r_fm_apa_i_QptJEb3P1PDG1
1 points • dwarrior
You can get them from alot of places such as walmart, all they do is act like ethernet but use your houses electrical wires as cables (its blackmagic). They also make versions that use your houses coax lines instead if you prefer.
You plug one into the wall beside your modem/router and run an ethernet cable to it, then plug the other into the wall by your console/computer and run an ethernet cord from it to your system. Bypasses wifi all together.
1 points • AndrewLP5303
Get some tp link power line adapters, that way you won't have to run an ethernet all the way through the house
1 points • Bones_Zero
I don't either, I use this. It's dark magic, I actually cannot understand how it's possible.
1 points • LordlyWarrior42
I have these https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AWRUICG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_5vUuEbPJBX3S8
1 points • howcanibhelpful
Look into Ethernet over power dongle?
1 points • Thadudewithglasses
You could also use powerline xtenders. Plug them into an outlet and run the wire to your computer. Works pretty well for me.
1 points • underprivlidged
This is what I'm talking about. Cheaper AND better.
1 points • mcbergstedt
Ethernet over power is when you plug your router into a wall socket using an adapter and it used your power lines in your walls to send data to like this one. Then you have another one at another spot in your house and it acts like a physical connection between your router and computer.
I didn’t know they were a thing until a couple months ago
1 points • Mr_B0T
Does your house have electrical outlets? You can use them as ethernet wires if you get the right adapter.
I have this one and it works wonders. https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-AV600-Powerline-Ethernet-Adapter/dp/B00AWRUICG?ref_=Oct_s9_apbd_otopr_hd_bw_b50jE&pf_rd_r=JNJR914M34QWTXFE53TF&pf_rd_p=3680d498-17b2-51ba-bf7b-b52e6326eff7&pf_rd_s=merchandised-search-10&pf_rd_t=BROWSE&pf_rd_i=1194444