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I have been using my Belkin powerline adapter without any problem. I bought another powerline adapter to use in my office. To test if it is working I used it in place of the belkin powerline connected to my computer. I cannot get the internet any longer. The status shows that I am getting 169.254.x.x ip address. I tried manually setting up the tcp/ip using the setting of my belkin powerline. I still cannot get internet. Please help me if there is other options to fix my powerline.

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Is the same phase used in your office?(electrical wiring)

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