> Le 2 sept. 2019 à 22:51, Mike Gordon via olympus <olympus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> a écrit :
> <<We’ve been using this Devolo system for two years now, and are perfectly
> <<with it (stable, reliable, and fast).
> Thanks for thinking about this, Philippe. I was hoping to avoid a complete
> redo of all devices hooked to to wifi due to time constraints. I stumbled
> into a brand new relatively inexpensive Mesh extender.
Price apart, I was told when I selected ours, that those you plug into the
mains may trigger unwanted side-effects on, say, your washing machine,
stereo-set, or outdoors lighting. I don’t know why nor how (corrupt carrier?).
That’s why I chose the devolo system. I simply had to give the local wifi
network a name, and all my wi-fi appliances saw it. It was then just a matter
of entering the password I had settled for, once for all on each, and it was
done. Seamless wi-fi mobility on the premises :-) Same applies to guests, easy
> $49 bucks or so at B&H --more than 3 times the cost of the N300 gizmo but no
> need to worry about 2 separate logins. I think my current modem/router is
> past its sell -by date. I don't know much about the optical connection
> business. I suspect the setup will be more complicated than it looks for a
> non-network savy person. I determined after a bit of research that
> debugging my Vera controller wifi issues would burn hours--tech support had
> it all done in 40 minutes and knew all the usual culprit complications. I
> was correct in my assessment. I don't know how they make any money on such
> devices that are so finicky to get set up in a stable fashion given the tech
> support time burned.
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