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    Powerline networking is a cool and useful way to carry a wired Internet connection through your home or apartment.
    For my entire adult life, I've been an apartment dweller. There was always the potential for me to move around for my job, so I didn't want to buy a house. But living in an apartment — or even a rented house — means I can't do any heavy customization. If I could, I'd punch holes in my walls and run Ethernet cable to every room, both to ensure consistent speeds and to keep my home network as safe as possible. As long as I can remember, I've always had my desktop and Xbox plugged into Ethernet for these exact reasons.

    Powerline networking is a cool way to bridge this gap.

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    11-01-2017 12:10 PM

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