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Old 02-03-2014, 11:23 PM   #271
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Old 03-03-2014, 12:25 PM   #272
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What do you all do with the Cat 5 cables provided by Sineoji after you replace them with better ones like Cat 6 cables?
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Old 03-03-2014, 06:28 PM   #273
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What do you all do with the Cat 5 cables provided by Sineoji after you replace them with better ones like Cat 6 cables?
Keep as spare?
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Old 03-03-2014, 08:48 PM   #274
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acutally how homeplug works? the connection is via the plug wired or wireless? am confuse.
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Old 03-03-2014, 09:55 PM   #275
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acutally how homeplug works? the connection is via the plug wired or wireless? am confuse.
Through the electricity cables inside yr home.
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Old 04-03-2014, 11:49 AM   #276
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ONT=>NETGEAR=>(Cat 6) SINEOJI---SINEOJI (Cat 5e)=>PC


on M1 100mbps



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Old 04-03-2014, 01:29 PM   #277
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Hi All,

Any of you have a NAS connected to the router? Possible to share your typical download speed from the NAS as below?

NAS->Router->Sineoji--- ---Sineoji->PC

I am getting around 15MB/s* download speed from the NAS to my PC (from Windows explorer readings) with the following setup and not sure if using the homeplugs will have any improvement.

NAS->Router (802.11ac)--- ---PC (802.11n)

*Pls take note the speed is "mega byte per sec" and not mbps (mega bits per sec).
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Old 05-03-2014, 01:57 PM   #278
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Anyone upgraded from the old Aztech 200 homeplugs?
What kind of gains did you get?
I am currently using a pair of old Aztech 200s.. and getting around 60Mbps on speedtest. My internet is 200Mbps..
Just wondering what kind of gains I might get on the 600Mbps Sineoji...
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Old 05-03-2014, 03:54 PM   #279
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Old 06-03-2014, 04:24 PM   #280
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Benchmarking Speed Test between Aztech 600 Mbps AV2 Pass Through & Sineoji 600 Mbps AV2 Pass Through.

Carried out test to measure the speed test of the 2 above brands placing 1 pair of homeplugs point to point of the same wall socket within 4 metres and 13 metres respectively. To determine how well each pair of homeplugs is able to sustain the throughput if the distance are stretch further apart as we all knew that the longer it goes, electrical noise interference will be the factor that impact the performance of homeplug powerlines. However, having said that, each homeplug powerline design,architecture and firmware is unique, such that its ability to handle this noisy lines and sustaining the consistency in terms of the bandwidth through the powerlines.

Test 1 - 1 pair of Sineoji 600 Mbps Homeplugs placed 4 metres apart from Dining Hall to Living Hall. Cat 6 Ethernet cable at both ends.

Sineoji : Download Speed 249 Mbps, Upload Speed 226 Mbps



The pair of Sineoji Homeplugs was removed and replaced with a pair of Aztech 600 Mbps Homeplugs placed at the same socket, location and distance of 4 metres apart, Dining Hall to Living Hall. Cat 6 Ethernet cable at both ends.

Aztech : Download Speed 149 Mbps, Upload Speed 164 Mbps



Next, let's put the pair of homeplugs to stress by placing them 13 metres apart.

Test 2 - 1 pair of Sineoji 600 Mbps Homeplug placed 13 metres apart from the bedroom to the living hall. Cat 6 Ethernet cable at both ends.

Sineoji : Download Speed 185 Mbps, Upload Speed 170 Mbps



The Sineoji Homeplugs was removed and replaced with Aztech 600 Mbps Homeplugs at the same power socket, location and distance of 13 metres apart.

Aztech : Download Speed 85 Mbps, Upload 103 Mbps



Gauging from above results, homeplug performance varies from homes to homes. However, the consistency of maintaining the bandwidth throughput over a stretch of lines and distances, overcoming the noise factors does play an important role in the homeplug ability. The longer the distance, the greater the challenge is.

Coming up next will be NAS to PC throughput measurement via Homeplug Powerline with a pass through device connected.

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Old 07-03-2014, 08:36 AM   #281
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Where to buy cheap or price is standard ? Thinking to buy 2 power passby
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Old 07-03-2014, 01:42 PM   #282
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PC to Nas LAN Speed Test via Homeplugs

1 pair of Sineoji 600 Mbps Homeplugs is placed between each other, 13 metres apart, bedroom to the living hall. NAS is connected to the gigabit port of the router where it sits in the living hall. NAS power adapter is plugged into the pass through socket of the homeplug.

Test 3

Perform a LAN speed test from PC to Nas connected via a pair of Sineoji 600 Mbps Homeplug. Measured the Read and Write speed from the PC to NAS.

Sineoji : Upload (Write) 10.53 MB/sec, Download (Read) 10.25 MB/sec



Replaced the Sineoji 600 Mbps Homeplug with Aztech 600 Mbps Homeplug on the same wall socket and distance. Measured the Read and Write speed from the PC to NAS.

Aztech : Upload (Write) 7.3 MB/sec, Download (Read) 7.22 MB/sec

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Hi xuanzang123, thanks for conducting the NAS-PC tests. Possible to include both wireless and wired download speeds for comparison?
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Old 08-03-2014, 12:06 AM   #284
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Smile Cat 7 lol

cat 7 good meh?
Bought to try. Dun really see much of a difference in normal usage. Yet to test on internal transfer speed.

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Hi xuanzang123, thanks for conducting the NAS-PC tests. Possible to include both wireless and wired download speeds for comparison?
Tony are u referring to wireless and wired download speed for NAS or speed test ?
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