|well done for the cat 5 install|
id suggest getting a double socket next time and running two lines as its just as quick and if one fails you have a back up.
powerline ...... groan erm general thoughts is they are in my eyes almost the same problem as wireless. which is traffic from them can be picked up by your neighbour and they need encryption to stop this. im against it always since any information that they can pick at there leisure without being spoted is more likely to get snooped. i know the encryption is supper cool but nothing beats a locked door. Since when its forced you can instantly tell.
secondly as with wireless its advertising speeds it will never reach. 200Mbs i doubt will be real life figiures.id put a pint on it that the 200mb is the send and receive speed so in actually fact its 100mb. The encryption will take its toll and any noise on the line will drop the speed and i presume they will use some sort of collision detection which will drop it as well.
stick with wired if possible. put on extended cat 5 and you can run that up to 1gig(with the right hardware). also with two lines you can get two cards and team the connection and get that up to 2gig. with none of the reliability or security concerns as wireless.
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google it! wasnt the answer to the question i asked so dont be dense and give me that repl