Originally Posted by parityboy
I have a set of Zyxel powerline adapters and I'm looking to replace them as part of a network-wide overhaul. However, what I would really like is a set of powerline adapters where I can manage the entire powerline network from a single console.
Do any powerline adapter manufacturers support this feature? What about other things like SNMP?
Additionally, I'm curious as to if there is third-party firmware for Powerline Adapters (the equivalent of Tomato or DD-WRT)?
I know the extollo communications has a web interface you can sign into and change some things and monitor speeds see whats connected and it had more than than the tp-link app which just showed the connection speed. I dont know though if adding the powerline wifi mesh adapter to what I have adds more options or not. Also, I'm currently using the extollo lanplug 2000 and it has the option to add the una adapter which is wifi or when using more than 1 creates a mesh network . I looked for a while to see if there was anything with custom firmware but there wasn't.
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