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Can two of these routers be link together with powerline, so that wireless coverage will be expanded? Mar 4, 2014
Yes, I did that with mine. I use one as a router and one as an access point. It got rid of some dead spots in my wireless coverage. I also hard wired my blu-ray player to the access point. I get 100 mbs hard wired and up to 72 mbs wireless. I was quite satisfied.
My router (dhp-1565) is unstable, connects and disconnect frequently, What is the reason Jul 30, 2014
I had the same issue, I called up dlink tech support desk, so after 3 failed attempts to fix the problem, they sent me the replacement AC model. The new router is working fine now but w/ occasional signal disconnect. Overall, I'd say - if possible get your money back and go for netgear.
I have purchased time warner wifi is this what I"ll need to get the wifi from my laptop thru my house Jul 3, 2014
We found our wifi kept dropping out when we were outside by the pool,so we purchased the D-link and plugged it into the outlet by our patio door inside and we get great wifi now.
I am not aware of a firmware update
This is not a modem so No it won't
Can this router be used in conjunction with only a DSL internet router to become a wireless router for the house? May 12, 2014
You could connect this router as an Access Point to get wireless. Its range is reasonable but whether it can cover your whole house depends on many factors.
Will this work with other brand of powerline adapters, say TRENDnet TPL-406E2K Powerline 500 AV? Apr 4, 2014
Don't know for sure but they are supposed to all work together
Yes, it should work. One of the power line is connecting to this router through one of the gigabit Ethernet ports, and the other power adapter can be connected to the device you want to have networking access. There are some limitation/requirement of the electric wiring in a building for using the power adapter(most of the houses meet those requirement).
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