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Old 09-03-2014, 09:29 AM   #286
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Tony are u referring to wireless and wired download speed for NAS or speed test ?
For NAS, tks.
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Old 09-03-2014, 04:35 PM   #287
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with a freshly installed windows7 ... best result for M1 200mbps

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Old 09-03-2014, 05:03 PM   #288
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Went to challenger northpoint outlet just now to look for homeplugs. There's this pair of Sineoji homeplugs costing $78 which seems quite reasonable, but sadly i forgotten whether it's a 200MBPS or 500MBPS type. Chance upon a TP-LINK pair of homeplugs, one pair w/o AC powerline passthrough cost $75, a pair with AC powerline passthrough cost $95. Both are 500MBPS type.

Can't decide on which haha.
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Old 10-03-2014, 11:43 PM   #289
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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.
Can you do a comparison with a Cat 7 or Cat 6 with a Cat 5 cable connected to Sineoji ? Any gain or improvement from a Cat 5 to Cat6/7 ?
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Old 16-03-2014, 10:13 PM   #290
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There is a new firmware release for the Sineoji 600Mbps Homeplug without the pass through, PL600EG. Saw it at Sineoji website.

http://www.sineoji.com/downloads/PL600EG_5-3-1-02.zip

Going to upgrade the firmware...
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Old 17-03-2014, 11:08 PM   #291
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My fibre ONT residing on a blind spot where the router is connected next to it in the kitchen. Hardly could receive any wireless. Manage to move the router to the study room eventually with the below setup.

Connect the ONT directly to homeplug (kitchen) followed by another homeplug in the room directly link to the WAN port of the router.

ONT --Sineoji 600 (Kitchen)-------------Sineoji 600- WAN Port of Linksys e4200 (Study Room)
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Old 18-03-2014, 05:38 PM   #292
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Hi, I'm using two Aztech Homeplug 200Mbps with the subscribed broadband of 200Mbps, However I'm only getting close to 60Mbps with Lan Cable. If i change to 600Mbps Mini Gigabit HomePlug AV2 Pass Through. Am i able to get over 100Mbps?
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Old 18-03-2014, 06:11 PM   #293
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Hi, I'm using two Aztech Homeplug 200Mbps with the subscribed broadband of 200Mbps, However I'm only getting close to 60Mbps with Lan Cable. If i change to 600Mbps Mini Gigabit HomePlug AV2 Pass Through. Am i able to get over 100Mbps?
should be able to... good luck
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Old 21-03-2014, 06:59 PM   #294
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Hi, I'm using two Aztech Homeplug 200Mbps with the subscribed broadband of 200Mbps, However I'm only getting close to 60Mbps with Lan Cable. If i change to 600Mbps Mini Gigabit HomePlug AV2 Pass Through. Am i able to get over 100Mbps?
same problem met here today.

my aztech 200mbps with 200mbps M1.
then i realise the speed only ~60Mb/s (speed test).
then i realise the cable they gave only Cat 5 (~100mbps max)
then i dig up a Cat 5e cable and try direct connection with my router (get ~200mbps)

now i'm going to buy 2 new cat 6/7 cables and thinking of getting a new homeplug in this few mths. . .

any recommendation and where i can get the sineoji one?
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Old 21-03-2014, 07:07 PM   #295
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same problem met here today.

my aztech 200mbps with 200mbps M1.
then i realise the speed only ~60Mb/s (speed test).
then i realise the cable they gave only Cat 5 (~100mbps max)
then i dig up a Cat 5e cable and try direct connection with my router (get ~200mbps)

now i'm going to buy 2 new cat 6/7 cables and thinking of getting a new homeplug in this few mths. . .

any recommendation and where i can get the sineoji one?
Wah aztech 200 can gif 200mbps unbelievable!!
Not need new homeplug since old one so power can maximize ur internet speed
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Old 21-03-2014, 07:16 PM   #296
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Wah aztech 200 can gif 200mbps unbelievable!!
Not need new homeplug since old one so power can maximize ur internet speed
nonono...
my bad if i didnt make it clear...
aztech only ~60.

i mean my plan is 200mbps.

200mbps only when i use direct ... (router - rj45 - laptop/computer)
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Old 21-03-2014, 08:31 PM   #297
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nonono...
my bad if i didnt make it clear...
aztech only ~60.

i mean my plan is 200mbps.

200mbps only when i use direct ... (router - rj45 - laptop/computer)
Ooh haha misunderstand
Wait 4 mimo av2 homeplug come out 1st b4 upgrading bah
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Old 22-03-2014, 12:38 AM   #298
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Hi All,

I bought the Sineoji 600 Mbps Gigabit Homeplug from the IT Show and this is my first time using a homeplug. The Sineoji should be plug-and-play right? I notice that the LAN connections via my Sineoji homeplug seems to be quite unstable, as it will suddenly turn off by itself. Before it turn off, I can see the LAN connection and when I do a speedtest, I am able to hit 90+Mbps. After it turn off, speedtest become 40+Mbps using the wireless connection. Please advise if there is anything which I need to do to have a stable connection.

Thanks for the time
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Old 23-03-2014, 05:09 PM   #299
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speed test after updating with new software for sineoji 600





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Old 23-03-2014, 05:45 PM   #300
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speed test after updating with new software for sineoji 600





not much different? do state yr internet speed subscribe scully is 300mbps u got 100 only
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