Netgear Powerline 100 Adapter

Netgear Powerline 100 Adapter
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Netgear XAVB1201-100NAS Powerline 100 Adapter

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Physical Characteristics

  • Height: 3.5"
  • Width: 2.1"
  • Depth: 1.3"
  • Power DescriptionTechnical InformationWarrantyWireless Specifications
  • Wi-Fi: No
  • Interfaces/Ports
  • USB: No
  • Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports: 1
  • Network (RJ-45): Yes
  • Audio Line In: No
  • Audio Line Out: No
  • Phone Line (RJ-11): No
  • PoE Port: No
  • BNC: No
  • General Information
  • Product Type: Powerline Network Adapter
  • Manufacturer Part Number: XAVB1201-100NAS
  • Manufacturer Website Address: www.netgear.com
  • Packaged Quantity: 2
  • Manufacturer: Netgear, Inc
  • Product Model: XAVB1201
  • Product Name: Powerline 100 Adapter
  • Brand Name: Netgear
  • Media & Performance
  • Area Coverage: 5000 Sq. ft.
  • Powerline Data Transfer Rate: 12.50 MBps
  • MiscellaneousPackage Contents
  • Powerline 100 Adapter
  • 2 x Ethernet Cables (6.5ft/2m)
  • Installation Guide
  • Certifications & Standards
  • IEEE 802.3
  • IEEE 802.3u
  • Green CompliantYesGreen Compliance Certificate/AuthorityRoHSNetwork & Communication
  • Powerline Transmission Standard: HomePlug AV
  • Ethernet Technology: Fast Ethernet
  • Physical Characteristics
  • Weight (Approximate): 3.04 oz
  • Specifications

    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 2.5
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA and/or Imported
    Origin of Components: USA and/or Imported
    Walmart No.: 551125872
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    Terrible product. WORSE service.
    11/9/2013

    Customer review by An anonymous customer

    1.0 stars by An anonymous customer

    The first thing you will notice when you open the box is the cheap, flimsy plastic covering on the powerline adapters. The second thing you will notice is that the instructions are of indecipherable quality. There is no setup walkthrough. There is no description of how the devices are configured. Then, you'll notice that the paperwork references software THAT IS NOT INCLUDED. So you will need to download it. Oh wait, the download link is incorrect. So good luck with that. With all those issues, I still managed to get the adapters connected with all green lights. But they still were not communicating (couldn't connect to DHCP on the PC.) So I went to the 'customer service' website to chat with a representative. After waiting 30 minutes, my chat was canceled by Customer Service and I was told I'd have to try again later. So I tried their email support, and after registering, got stuck in an endless cycle of having to reset my password over and over again (never was able to log in to create a ticket.) So then at the advice of their 'customer service' page, I decided to call their number. It said I could get free support for 90 days from purchase. I called the number and was played a message saying I should call another number AND PAY for their support. I will never deal with Netgear again. EVER.

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    Milton, FL
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    Wired networking as easy as it gets
    3/6/2015

    Customer review by MN1964Brain

    5.0 stars by MN1964Brain

    "anonymous customer" gave this product 1 star but I'm giving it the 4 or 5 it deserves. Customers should consider any review by an "anonymous" customer to be "worthless". 1. I have 2 undergraduate degrees in the computer field and have been working in computers since 1982. 2. I have been blind (no usable eyesight) since 2000 and had no sighted help installing this kit. 3. I found the two wall plug-in modules included in this kit solidly built, not "flimsy" as anonymous reported. 4. The included ethernet cables are about the same low quality one gets with most routers; but you can always buy a higher quality cable or two if necessary. 5. Clingy protective but removable plastic film covers the entire half of each module (the half opposite the wall plug); but if a blind man can find and remove it, sighted persons should have no problems. Installation is EXTREMELY complicated (being intentionally sarcastic). Plug one module directly into an electrical outlet near your router; if it's within 6 feet you can use one of the two included 6 feet long ethernet cables between the ethernet port on the module and a port on your router. You can use a longer ethernet cable if necessary. Plug the other module directly into an electrical outlet near your other ethernet device (printer, game console, TV, etc.). Plug the other included 6 foot ethernet cable in to the ethernet port on the module and the port on your device. I think the small slightly raised button near the ethernet port on each module only has to be pressed for one of the modules, but in my case I pressed it on both (about a minute apart). Our laser printer, which has a wired ethernet connection, is now back on our network. It took me longer to go into the printer's network configuration and re-establish all that than installation of the kit itself. 1. Our home was built in the late 1800s, so doesn't have the best electrical wiring layout, yet the printer behaves as if an ethernet cable is strung between the printer and router. 2. My install wasn't this easy purely because I'm a computer person. All that's required is a little common sense (which far too many people seem to lack), a Google search for help, contacting Netgear, or asking someone else for help. 3. Do note that the modules in this kit have no pass-through electrical outlet as the modules in some more expensive kits; not a problem in my case. 4. Always plug modules of this sort from any manufacturer directly into an electrical outlet, not an extension cord or the like. 5. Since the module's ethernet port, sync switch, reset hole and LEDs are all on the same end of the module, you will want to plug a module into the upper outlet so these features face up (unless you enjoy doing contortions).

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes

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    I am looking for wireless would this will be for wireless systems?
    by kathypura 7/29/2013
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    • A. Powerline Ethernet adapters are intended only for situations where it is impossible or impractical to run an Ethernet cable between a device (printer, computer, game console, TV, etc.) and a network (usually a wired or wireless router with several wired Ethernet ports). The "wireless" of powerline Ethernet adapters only seems wireless to a degree because an Ethernet cable doesn't have to be run the entire length of the connection, but only between each powerline Ethernet adapter and whatever's on the other end (device or router) at that location. True "wireless" is between two antennas (cell phone to tower, laptop to router, etc.). More info may be found in my review.
      by MN1964Brain3/6/2015
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    • A. no this is not for wireless this allows you to plug a cat 5 (ethernet cable) into the router, then into this device then plug it into the wall which broadcasts the internet over the power lines... you take the second device and plug it in another area of the house and then plug another cat 5 cable into it and then into your computer or router. it extends the internet across a house without having to run wires or drill holes in the walls.
      by thelocalgeek10/31/2013
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