I have today moved into a new home and have fiber to home broadband at 360Mbps installed, when i directly connect to the router I get download speeds of 300+Mbps, however when I connect to my TP Link powerline adapters this drops down to a download speed of at best 2Mbps.
I used all this equipment in my previous home with only 70Mbps broadband and still obtained 60Mbps download speeds with my Powerline connectors.
I have tested the connections all throughout the house (which is a relatively new build house, and has just had a full electrical inspection of the powerlines) and even on a socket on the opposite side of the room from the router and base powerline adapter I still only get 1 - 2 Mbps download speeds.
Can anyone offer any advice on how to improve this, im struggling to accept that the power lines in the modern house are that poor to cause such a drastic drop in connection speed over such short distances.
For information the router that came with the Fiber to home package is as follows:
Product Vendor: Technicolor
Product Name: DWA0120