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post #11 of 12 Old 08-02-2013, 01:08 PM
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I had a problem similar to that. Do you have the routers under the same name? I had both my new router and my old one named the same thing, which seemed to confuse my computer on which one it should be trying to connect to. Even if only one was active.
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No, different names. However the other router has not been plugged in for over a week.

Anyway, update: Currently we have taken the powerline adapters out of the question, and are using Router A with the Ethernet switch. No issues so far, except a little sluggishness. We will trial this for a week to see how things are affected at peak times in the house.

Thank you for your suggestions, folks.

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