Need an additional Powerline but only comes in pair ?

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Need an additional Powerline but only comes in pair ?
Need an additional Powerline but only comes in pair ?
2019-10-21 21:05:27
Model: Adapter  
Hardware Version: V3
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I currently have a TL-PA9020P KIT. I need another powerline adapter to another floor. May be this if I want to have wifi and also one gigabit port, TL-WPA7510 KIT?

 

(1) On the PA9020P, I am using one ethernet port to the smart TV. and the other adapter I have it hook up to the router. If I hook up one more device, do I need to hok upp another ethernet to the router?

 

(2) For the TL-WPA7510, do I have to pair them separately? If yes, then it will be 4 wall units being occupied by the 4 adapters. If no, that means I only need one of the two in the box?

 

 

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Re:Need an additional Powerline but only comes in pair ?
2019-10-22 02:51:43

@birdieman 

 

For your information, all the TP-Link powerline adpaters are compatible with each other, while you buy the TL-PA9020PKIT as the start kit, 7/8/9 series products are recommended.

 

You can refer to the case 2 of the instruction below:

https://community.tp-link.com/en/home/stories/detail/564

 

Meanwhile, cause the powerline adapters are sold as a kit usually, few of them are available as single one, like the TL-WPA8630P.

 

If you bought the TL-WPA7510Kit, you only need connect one main unit to the main router by ethernet cable, and then locate others to boost wifi or provide ethernet connection; For the extender unit, you can use it to boost wifi, and for the adapter unit, it is still useful, per I said, you can add it into the network and provide ethernet connection. 

 

May it help and have a nice day. 

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Re:Need an additional Powerline but only comes in pair ?
2019-10-22 11:52:36

@Kevin_Z So if I hear you correctly and understand your referred link, I would connect the TL-PA7010 to the router, and then I can use the TL-WPA7510 for Wifi and connect one to any device and pairs the 2 TL-PA9020P to 4 other devices. Will this actually lower the speed ? 

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