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Ethernet port problem

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Hey guys,

My basement does not have an Ethernet port, and my computer only has onboard Ethernet. Reason being to move my computer to the basement is a larger space, and the entire basement is overall much cooler (temperature) than the room that it is currently in. I have done some research, and found ethernet running through the powerline. Would this be a good product for the price?

http://www.amazon.com/D-Link-DWL-P200-Power-Ethernet-Adapter/dp/B0002MH3HO

Thanks for the responses,
Sorry if this has already been posted or if its in the wrong section.
post #2 of 3
I assume it is a house.... how old is the wiring?

Ideally, the circuit between the adapters does not have any heavy machinery like vacuums or dishwashers on it.

That looks to be an older model... newer models are P3xx.
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The house as built about 15 years ago, and yes, the wiring passes through the kitchen. What suggestions for Ethernet adapters would be ideal for my situation?
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