Powerline Brings Internet to Any Outlet
Powerline adapters make it possible to achieve the speed and security of a wired connection anywhere in the home, without the messy additional wiring. Using the existing electrical wires in the home, Powerline transforms every outlet into an Internet access point.
*a minimum of 2 devices required to create a connection
Reduce In-Game Lag
There is nothing more frustrating then in-game lag. Even the slightest delay can cause your instant death. When you use WiFi, you risk higher latency levels due to interference from home structures, like walls, doors, and floors as well as other devices such as smart phones, laptops, and TVs.
A wired connection means the lowest latency and fewest packets lost.
Do these icons look familiar? Here’s what they mean.
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Packet Loss occurs when packets of data traveling across a computer network fail to reach their destination. Packet loss is caused by errors in data transmission, typically across wireless networks or by network congestion.
The latency of a network connection is the amount of time required for data to travel between the sender and receiver. While all networks have some form of latency, the amount varies, and higher latency causes what we perceive as lag.
This icon appears when there are spikes in your latency. When you see this icon, it means that you are not in sync with the server. Seeing this symbol once in a while isn’t a cause for concern, but if it appears often, it means your connection is not stable.
Tired of seeing these icons?
These icons indicate connectivity issues caused by network congestion, wireless interference, and network congestion. To see less of them, switch to a direct wired connection. If you can’t install CAT5/6/6e, try using NexusLink’s G.hn Powerline Adapters for a connection that’s
more reliable than wireless, and more convenient than Ethernet.