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This will work great in an otherwise empty house with only one circuit (one circuit breaker in the electrical box)
I reject ALL packages without padding on all SIX box surfaces. I expect my new item to arrive in new condition.
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woot?!?!? what happened you're the same price as amazon! i thought you were supposed to be cheaper than anywhere else.... i am disappointed.... i feel like all the girl friends begging for attention might latch on to that and steal their men back from all the cool stuff you have
f5.... f5... f5 f5 f5.... where is the new woot *sobs* f5, woot server message: the world of woot has forsaken thee
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EltonNoway wrote:It's not so much the number of outlets that you have... as much as having the two outlets you intend to use on the same house power circuit.
In other words... if you plug one unit at your router or computer room... and the other unit in your garage or home office, and the two locations are on a "different" circuit breakers,... these may not work. Read the reviews on Amazon.
Don't know if the difference in breakers would be a roadblock. I have the Netgear branded powerline networking equipment in my house presently - one in an upstairs room where my internet signal enters the house and two downstairs in different rooms. I'm sure that each one is on a different breaker, and I haven't had any issues.
I just wish there was a way to use powerline networking equipment with a UPS - unfortunately, all of the UPS equipment that I know of also includes surge protection which renders all powerline networking equipment (at least all the equipment I've seen or researched) effectively useless.
Over FOUR HUNDRED Woots and counting.....
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