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Add a Hard-Wired Ethernet Port to Any Room in Minutes

Add a Hard-Wired Ethernet Port to Any Room in Minutes

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People can’t get enough Internet these days–and neither can some devices. Many now depend on an Internet connection to offer full functionality. In addition to TVs, various 4K-capable streaming devices, gaming consoles, and computers, there’s probably at least one can opener for sale that has an Internet port.

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People can’t get enough Internet these days–and neither can some devices. Many now depend on an Internet connection to offer full functionality. In addition to TVs, various 4K-capable streaming devices, gaming consoles, and computers, there’s probably at least one can opener for sale that has an Internet port.
Lots of devices offer enhanced functionality when connected to the Internet, but sometimes a Wi-Fi signal just isn’t strong enough in some areas of your home. In some cases, the devices don’t even have Wi-Fi as an option. Even if Wi-Fi is available and functioning, wired Internet connectivity is still more reliable, faster, and more secure. So, it’s clear that wired Internet connections can still be quite useful.
Installing a wired Internet port is a task that can range from difficult to impossible, and it’s always expensive if you can’t do it yourself. But Powerline Networking, such as TP-Link’s Powerline AV Network Adapter Kits, can save the day. They let you set up wired Internet ports in just minutes without having to run cables or cut through walls—you can use your home's electrical wiring.
The TP-Link Powerline Network Adapter Kits let you transfer Ethernet traffic through your home's electrical wiring. The kits contain two modules that plug into outlets in your home and can then pass Ethernet traffic between them. One module plugs into an AC outlet somewhere near your router, and then an Ethernet cable makes the data connection between the module and the router. The other module plugs into an AC outlet in the room where you want to add an Internet port. You then plug your TV, Blu-ray player or gaming console into this module’s RJ45 jack. The modules are powered by the outlets into which they’e plugged, so there's no need for power cords or batteries.
The TP-Link adapter kits provide Gigabit connectivity with speeds up to 2000 Mb/s. That’s fast enough to transfer large files or to stream video quickly to your 4K HDTV. The kits must plug into walls outlets and will connect to any device with an Ethernet port. All modules must be paired and the connection is secured with 128-bit encryption, so you don’t have to worry about anyone in your building freeloading off your Internet by plugging in their own powerline adapter.

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