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Windows 7: Wireless and powerline combine?

06 Aug 2011   #1
HexDSL

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 (Full)
 
 
Wireless and powerline combine?

hello,

I am currently in a house where i am unable to run a physical connection to my router so i connected my PC via a PCI wireless (G) card but that has disappointed with a limit of about 2mbps for data transfer,

i then purchased a T(TLPA 101) P-link powerline starter kit (advertised as 85mps) bur for some reason it is only letting me shift data to and from my 'NAS' at about 900kbps (not sure if this is because of my old wiring or my cheap powerline purchase )

anyway i want to combine the two conenections to get a boost in my network speed, is this possible?

failing that is there a way to get my powerline adapter to go faster?

any tips would be of help!


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06 Aug 2011   #2
ZyanWu

Windows 7 Enterprise x64 SP1
 
 

Load balancing between 2 connections on Windows is gonna be a b1tch. But, if you really have to, here's a big post on one solution:
Multi WAN Load Balancing under Windows with PfSense | Bora's Place

And here are some tips on improving wireless performance:
How to improve your wireless network and boost its signal
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06 Sep 2011   #3
nancy0116

windows xp
 
 

also have a wireless powerline adapter, both have the function of powerline communication and wireless powerline communication.
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