Question about Belkin F5D4074 Network Adapter
I too have the same configuration. I reset all the boxes to their factory settings and connected them to one another on a single 4 gang extension lead (not a surge protected one)
I could get their passwords to pair up as the middle led would indicate. But I could not get the data to freely flow from an old device to a new one!
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Posted on May 31, 2011
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Nov 05, 2017 | Computers & Internet
are two standards for powerline: HomePlug 1.0, which has a maximum link
speed of 85Mbps and HomePlug AV, which has a maximum link speed of
200Mbps. You can use the two standards within the same building, but
they are not compatible with each other.
HomePlug 1.0 - F5D4050, F5D4070. Powerline Turbo (F5D4071, F5D4073)
HomePlug AV - Powerline AV (F5D4072 + F5D4074 + F5D4077 + F5D4081). Powerline AV+ (F5D4075 + F5D4079) + Powerline HD (F5D4076 + F5D4078) and Powerline HD500 (F5D4085)
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