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Re: Wireless N Adapters...

Posted: Wed Jun 27, 2018 6:22 pm
by kilaueabart
I didn't fiind a good chance to give it another try until this morning. Maybe it is due to trying the mains wall plug to power the adapter but the internet came right up on Ubuntu. That gave me courage to try to set things up on the OS4 side again, but I didn't have to do anything but boot the platform. Odyssey came up on line!

Another good thing about using the mains plug. I don't really have any USB sockets to spare!

Re: Wireless N Adapters...

Posted: Fri Jul 20, 2018 12:30 pm
by yoodoo2
Obviously not wireless, but I've used a number of different PowerLine adapters with no problems on OS4.Currently using a TP-Link AV600 and getting fairly decent speeds and excellent reliability.

Re: Wireless N Adapters...

Posted: Fri Jul 20, 2018 1:00 pm
by Corporal Up The Nuts
Also not quite wireless, but if your house has unused coax cables (analog tv, RF) routed through the whole building
then you can use Directv DECA adapters to convert those to ethernet cables/ send a ethernet signal over them.

Those are very cheap on ebay and can be powered via usb (generation 3), I use those and they are just as fast if I connect my AmigaOne or PC directly to the router.

If you still have those cables installed I really recommend trying these, they are excellent.

There are 3 revisions (generation 1, 2 and 3) but they perform identically, gen 2 just looks fancier and gen 3 can be powered via usb.