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Old 13-01-20, 11:16 AM
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I'm running a pair of TP-Link 1200Mbps adapters which seem like overkill for me as my ISP connection ks 200Mbps but as tgrech said, you'll never get their rated speed.

If you want to use power line adapters, always get a set that is rated for double your connection speed. That will give ample headroom for any speed decreases, also always get a pass through kit and connect it direct to the socket, not through any form of extension.

Lastly, it's also wise to run a ping script in the background to stop them going to sleep while your PC is on. I've some example code if you would like to see it
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