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There are many reasons to set up a computer network. Whether for the home or office a network will increase productivity and convenience as the systems can be used for simplifying things like file sharing and for protecting important data. A network can also be used to connect an amazing home entertainment set-up, and even CCTV security systems.

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Free Next Day Delivery* TP-Link TL-PA8010P KIT V2 AV1300 Gigabit Passthrough Pline Starter Kit

TP-Link TL-PA8010P KIT V2 AV1300 Gigabit Passthrough Pline Starter Kit

  • Perfect for Bandwidth Demanding Activities
  • Gigabit Port for Ultra-fast Datasheet Transfer
  • Plug and Play, No Configuration Required

£ 58.49  inc. vat

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TP-Link TL-PA8010P KIT V2 AV1300 Gigabit Passthrough Pline Starter Kit

  • Perfect for Bandwidth Demanding Activities
  • Gigabit Port for Ultra-fast Datasheet Transfer
  • Plug and Play, No Configuration Required

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Mfr part code: TL-PA8010P KIT V2

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What are network devices?

Most networks are small (home, home office and sometimes even the professional environment) and even larger networks can be divided into smaller segments to make the management easier. Smaller segments are set apart from the larger network by a device specifically designed to filter data and help the network's efficiency. These are known, broadly speaking, as network devices.

Network devices, sometimes called networking hardware, are the physical devices required for communication and interaction between other pieces of hardware on a computer network. Network devices can include things like: a Hub, switch, router, bridge, gateway and modem.

What do these devices do?

Network devices are responsible for:

* Controlling traffic: Large networks need to filter and isolate data traffic.

* Connectivity: Network devices can connect different types of networks using different types of network protocols.

* Addressing: Splitting up the network with connectivity devices provides an actual (physical) example of delivering actual data to the right destination through the IP address's network ID and host ID.

Setting up a network

Setting up a network doesn't need to be a difficult process, and with the right accessories you can easily create a reliable and efficient system which will provide you with all of the functionality you require. The components you will need include

Media converters transfer data lines from copper cabling to fibre optic, extending the reach and reliability of the system. These devices can be a cost-effective solution for connecting an ethernet network to remote network segments over a fiber backbone with a simple plug-and-play installation with minimal configuration required.

Modems enable information to be carried over telephone lines, while network cards allow computers to communicate with the rest of the system.

For an extremely easy way to wire up your network, why not try a powerline adapter? These enable broadband data to be transmitted using the existing wiring in the home so setting the network up is so very easy. You plug one powerline adapter into the wall socket adjacent to your router, and connect the router with an ethernet cable. Then you plug the other powerline adapter into the wall socket adjacent to, say, your desk or workstation, and run an ethernet cable to your PC or laptop (or other device). It's that simple!

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