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Old 02-04-2014, 05:10 PM   #331
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I have Starhub Fibre 500Mbps.

ONT > DLINK 1750AC > 600EPG > 600EG > Desktop
Speed is only 80Mbps

ONT > DLINK 1750AC > Desktop
Speed is 490 Mbps

Did the firmware upgrade and the centre LED was flashing RED. Originally all GREEN.
Robert I have the same configuration as yours. Is your pair of homeplugs plugged directly to wall socket or power extension strip ? If it is, plug directly to the wall socket.

ONT--Asus Router---600EPG (Living Hall) --------------600EG--PC(Bedroom)

600EG upgrade to new firmware.

Speed Test - Download 138 Mbps, Upload 141 Mbps

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Old 16-04-2014, 06:44 PM   #332
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I have a funny situation. Homeplug connected to router have all green leds lighted up then another homeplug connected to iptv at first have leds light then after awhile i neber on the iptv the plug not lighted up. So does sineoji homeplug have sleep mode? Lol emailed to sineoji but was told someone will call me and im still waiting.

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Old 17-04-2014, 07:13 AM   #333
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I have a funny situation. Homeplug connected to router have all green leds lighted up then another homeplug connected to iptv at first have leds light then after awhile i neber on the iptv the plug not lighted up. So does sineoji homeplug have sleep mode? Lol emailed to sineoji but was told someone will call me and im still waiting.
Hi Lorettatay,

When your homeplug is connected to the router where it has established a link between your router and homeplug, there is activity and it will exhibit the light indicators, Power, Data and Ethernet. However, when there is no data activity, it will go on standby mode in the case where your IPTV is not on, there is no data activity.

Hope this helps,

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Old 17-04-2014, 07:18 AM   #334
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Hi Lorettatay,

When your homeplug is connected to the router where it has established a link between your router and homeplug, there is activity and it will exhibit the light indicators, Power, Data and Ethernet. However, when there is no data activity, it will go on standby mode in the case where your IPTV is not on, there is no data activity.

Hope this helps,

Sineoji
oh i see. Thanks.
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Old 17-04-2014, 11:54 PM   #335
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Hi guys,

i just bought 2 powerline adapters, 1 is the sineoji PL600EPG and the other is a TP-link WPA4220 (av 500mbps 300mbps wifi extender). and i set it up as followed:

Zhone Router/ONT --> PL600EPG --> TP-link WPA4220 ---> (via ethernet) PC

They can be paired without much trouble. i went on to perform a speedtest on the pc that is connected to the WPA4220 via ethernet cable (cat 5e), apparently the throughput seems good (90mbps down 90bmps up).

However, when the speedtest is running, about 10sec after starting the test, i realised that the download speed dropped to zero and stayed on for like 5sec before climbing back up to 90mbps. sometimes, in 1 speedtest, the connection dropped to 0kbps like 2 times.

Any idea what causes this instability? or is it because the 2 adapters are of different brands? will it be better if i get a sineoji powerline wireless extender?

Also anyone with sineoji powerline wireless extender, could i enquire about the wireless throughput and signal strength. Is the wireless signal strength strong?

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Old 18-04-2014, 02:27 PM   #336
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Hi guys,

i just bought 2 powerline adapters, 1 is the sineoji PL600EPG and the other is a TP-link WPA4220 (av 500mbps 300mbps wifi extender). and i set it up as followed:

Zhone Router/ONT --> PL600EPG --> TP-link WPA4220 ---> (via ethernet) PC

They can be paired without much trouble. i went on to perform a speedtest on the pc that is connected to the WPA4220 via ethernet cable (cat 5e), apparently the throughput seems good (90mbps down 90bmps up).

However, when the speedtest is running, about 10sec after starting the test, i realised that the download speed dropped to zero and stayed on for like 5sec before climbing back up to 90mbps. sometimes, in 1 speedtest, the connection dropped to 0kbps like 2 times.

Any idea what causes this instability? or is it because the 2 adapters are of different brands? will it be better if i get a sineoji powerline wireless extender?

Also anyone with sineoji powerline wireless extender, could i enquire about the wireless throughput and signal strength. Is the wireless signal strength strong?
Router=>Sineoji 600=> Sineoji PL500EW=>via Ethernet and wireless

Here is a video with a Sineoji 600 Homeplug connected to the router and the other end is a Sineoji 500 Homeplug with a wireless extender. Speed Test on wired and wireless connected to the Sineoji 500 Mbps Homeplug with wireless, PL500EW.

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Old 18-04-2014, 08:23 PM   #337
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Router=>Sineoji 600=> Sineoji PL500EW=>via Ethernet and wireless

Here is a video with a Sineoji 600 Homeplug connected to the router and the other end is a Sineoji 500 Homeplug with a wireless extender. Speed Test on wired and wireless connected to the Sineoji 500 Mbps Homeplug with wireless, PL500EW.

Thanks! i went to exchange the TP-LINK WPA4220 with sineoji PL500EW. I found that the upload speed is not as good when using ethernet. With TP-link WPA4220 i am able to fetch 94mbps but PL500EW i'm only able to get 70-75mbps. Download speed appears to be pretty similar for both (>90mbps).

I pair PL600PEG with PL500EW and performed a speedtest, the PL600PEG appeared to be green for all the indicators when the test is at the download phase, however during the upload phase, the PL600PEG turns amber/red light. This wasn't observed when i pair PL600PEG with TP-link WPA4220.

Any idea why this is so? Any way to resolve this issue? i'm new to using powerline/homeplugs. any help would be appreciated. thank you.

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Old 18-04-2014, 10:25 PM   #338
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Thanks! i went to exchange the TP-LINK WPA4220 with sineoji PL500EW. I found that the upload speed is not as good when using ethernet. With TP-link WPA4220 i am able to fetch 94mbps but PL500EW i'm only able to get 70-75mbps. Download speed appears to be pretty similar for both (>90mbps).

I pair PL600PEG with PL500EW and performed a speedtest, the PL600PEG appeared to be green for all the indicators when the test is at the download phase, however during the upload phase, the PL600PEG turns amber/red light. This wasn't observed when i pair PL600PEG with TP-link WPA4220.

Any idea why this is so? Any way to resolve this issue? i'm new to using powerline/homeplugs. any help would be appreciated. thank you.
Tormont,

You may increase the bandwidth frequency of the PL500EW from 20Mhz to 40 Mhz. There are 3 parameters, 20 Mhz, 20/40Mhz (Auto) and 40 Mhz. Factory defaults is 20 Mhz. This will improve the download and upload speed. IP address for the setup of the PL500EW will be 192.168.33.1 but ensure that you configure a static IP address on your PC 192.168.33.XXX and your subnet mask 255.255.255.0

If you encounter any difficulty, do give us a call at our hotline as we operate from Mon - Sun from 9 am to 12 midnight.

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Old 19-04-2014, 02:23 AM   #339
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Tormont,

You may increase the bandwidth frequency of the PL500EW from 20Mhz to 40 Mhz. There are 3 parameters, 20 Mhz, 20/40Mhz (Auto) and 40 Mhz. Factory defaults is 20 Mhz. This will improve the download and upload speed. IP address for the setup of the PL500EW will be 192.168.33.1 but ensure that you configure a static IP address on your PC 192.168.33.XXX and your subnet mask 255.255.255.0

If you encounter any difficulty, do give us a call at our hotline as we operate from Mon - Sun from 9 am to 12 midnight.

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Hi!

thanks for your reply. I would like to know if i set it to 40MHz, would devices that cannot utilise 40MHz be affected?
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Hi!

thanks for your reply. I would like to know if i set it to 40MHz, would devices that cannot utilise 40MHz be affected?
Hi Tormont

It might, you may want to be on the safe side by setting to 20/40 Mhz (Auto)

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Old 21-04-2014, 08:31 AM   #341
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What makes your homeplug loses sync with each other? My friend placed a 500mbps homeplug at router n 200mbps for 4 ip cameras on a wiring. At first, everything work, within days, each homeplug starts failing and eventually all 4 200mbps loses connectivity with the 500mbps homeplug. Is it something to do with wiring?
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Old 21-04-2014, 01:30 PM   #342
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What makes your homeplug loses sync with each other? My friend placed a 500mbps homeplug at router n 200mbps for 4 ip cameras on a wiring. At first, everything work, within days, each homeplug starts failing and eventually all 4 200mbps loses connectivity with the 500mbps homeplug. Is it something to do with wiring?
geckoSG,

Homelugs communicating across powerlines depends on the quality, condition and the noise levels induced. If there is a high noise interference, which can be un-favorable to homeplugs resulting on the below symptoms. You will be surprised that at different times of the day, the bandwidth varies. That explains in the evening, there is always a bottleneck as many electrical appliances will be on including your neighbors as they are identical in the electrical phase.

It puzzled me on the combination, 500 Mbps and 4 units of 200 Mbps ? 200 Mbps Homeplugs across the entire network for 4 IP cameras will be more than sufficient.

It will be best if we can come down on site to evaluate so that we can determine the root cause.

We can arrange an onsite service this evening or any time that will be convenient. Let me know so that I can make the necessary arrangements.

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Old 21-04-2014, 06:43 PM   #343
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Sineoji-san

I have 3 Aztec Homeplug 500M and liked to add 1 more. Can I use Sineoji homeplug 600 ?

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Sineoji-san

I have 3 Aztec Homeplug 500M and liked to add 1 more. Can I use Sineoji homeplug 600 ?

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snoopy168,

You may use our Sineoji 600 Mbps in conjunction with your existing 500Mbps Homeplugs as both AV and AV2 are compatible. However, the AV2 will not be optimized as a result.

Unless you can segregate the HomePlugs with 2 network groups. Workgroup 1 assign to your 3, 500 Mbps Homeplugs and workgroup 2 will be a pair of Sineoji 600 Mbps Homeplugs.

Hope that helps,

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Old 21-04-2014, 09:17 PM   #345
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The 500mbps is also used for something else. Tats why 500 sits at the router side. In total, she used 7 x 200mbps. For total 7 cameras. The thing is 4 cams sitting on the same electrical circuit keeps failing whereas the others r still ok.

Now we r testing the wireless instead. Got rid total 5 x 200mbps and used 1 wireless homeplug n a repeater. Now all cams r online. Fingers still crossed tat nothing gets disconnected.

I took back all the 200mbps now and is playing with them around my own house. Btw, Sineoji, for the homeplugs, if i had sync before n then when it loses sync. If I plug 500mbps together with the 200 along a strip of extension cord, they shld sync rite? Cos ours did not n we had to resync all the homeplugs again. I suspect something with the 500mbps homeplug. But no time to test again
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