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Old 04-11-2022, 02:17 PM   #1884
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Originally Posted by Hemi-Cuda View Post
It all depends on the wiring in your home. If you've got a newer house with good electrical wiring then you're probably fine, but a house with older or convoluted wiring will have worse speeds than wifi. If you're lucky enough to be able to put the receiver and transmitter on the same electrical run then that's going to be almost as good as standard ethernet, but the longer the signal has to travel then the worse the connection will be
I'm not going to argue Wifi Speeds especially newer standards but I still see far too many dropped signals with wifi and packet loss because of it. I recommend PLN for the stability which I've never see an issue with, if you can troubleshoot and get a solid connection on wifi its a no brainer but at the end of the day its still wireless and too many factors can affect it.
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