When I first got my box, I hooked it up and tried downloading one of their "free" 6 minute clips and it to me there wasn't enough space. I went into the settings and it showed the entire hard drive filled up. It was late at night so I decided to wait until the next day to deal with it, but when I woke up, whatever was on the hard drive was gone. Also, I just bought my laptop into the bedroom to check the download speed coming through my powerline adapter, and I was getting 1.5Mbps. I hooked my laptop up to my Western Digital Wireless AC Repeater, and I got 75Mbps. So I changed the connection over to the Repeater. I took the powerline adapter into another room, on the other side of the house where I have an access point setup, plugged it in, tested it again, but this time I got 80Mbps. I guess the electrical wiring is messed up somewhere in the bedroom where the powerline adapter isn't functioning properly. Kinda scary. Hopefully some electrical wired aren't crossed somewhere or exposed so the house doesn't catch on fire some night. Ideally, I should have some CAT6 cable hardwired into the bedroom straight from my router because this repeater only gives half the speed of my bandwidth. All repeaters work that way. I have a total of 45 devices connected to my network at any time, 7 in the bedroom. Granted, they're not always on at the same time, but I have everything setup using QOS in my router and have my primary router, 2 hubs, a powerline adapter, a wireless AC repeater, and a wireless AC extender for a total of 12 places to connect to 4 different netwotks. That's what happens when you work from home. You also find yourself playing with the FMP-X10 when I should be working.
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