Need information about TL-WPA4220

Need information about TL-WPA4220
Need information about TL-WPA4220
2020-04-18 22:35:26

Hello,
My doubt was, if I get, for example, two TL-WPA4220, are they and the router, where is conected the TL-PA4010, going to be the same net? Or every time I change rooms I'm gonna have to change net? 
And if the answer is no (for the first question), how can i get a unique net for my house? 
Thanks!

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Re:Need information about TL-WPA4220
2020-04-20 21:43:29 - last edited 2020-04-22 16:57:11

@Callander 

 

You will have the TL-PA4010 wired to the router. The other two TL-WPA4220 will be placed around your residence. Both TL-WPA4220s will have their own network name and password, but will still be apart of the same network of your router. You can change the wireless network name and password so they are all the same, but you may have some issues. As you roam to different areas your client device may switch over to the closest network node or it may stay connected to a node even if another is closer. It would be best to name the powerline adapters different so you know exactly what device you are connecting to. Yes, you will need to manually connect each time, but it will save headaches not knowing what you are connected to.

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Re:Need information about TL-WPA4220
2020-04-20 22:41:49

@Tony Thanks! And is there a tecnology for having a unique network for the house? I've been told about the DEMOS, but I'm not sure about them...

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Re:Need information about TL-WPA4220
2020-04-22 16:59:25

@Callander 

 

I believe you are talking about the powerline network? If so, the powerline network is encrypted and only accessible to other powerline devices that are on the same circuit panel. In other words your neighbor could not put a powerline device in their own house and tap into your powerline network.

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