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Is this possible?

Jack Dvorak
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Go to solution Solved by The_russian,

That should work, but if you haven't bought the power line adapters yet I would consider other options, since power line is very hit or miss, it works great for some people and not at all for others. 

Can I buy those tplink ethernet over powerline things, then have a network switch (which to my understanding is just extra ethernet ports) and have that plugged in on the other side of it? Like the path is Router->Ethernet->TPLINK Ethernet power adapter #1 -> Ethernet power adapter #2 -> Network switch and then plug in two computers, and another device? Would that work properly or would i run into issues.

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That should work, but if you haven't bought the power line adapters yet I would consider other options, since power line is very hit or miss, it works great for some people and not at all for others. 

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