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Powerline Adapter Issue with auto settings (New Issue)


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So I have had my netduma router for about a year or so now. I have also had my Zyxel powerline adapters since before the netduma. I have never had a problem before, until about 2 weeks ago and I can not figure it out.

 

Since I have had my duma, I manually input my download and upload speed and did not allow the netduma to auto adjust settings. Two weeks ago I upgraded my internet, input the new speeds and then clicked yes for auto settings. Ever since then, whenever my ps4, or xbox one, is connected to LAN, through the powerline adapter, it works for 30min-1hour and then the internet shuts off from it. It disconnects me from xbox live/PSN and when I go to test my settings, the ip address is successful and then internet and everything else that follows is failed. I am not allowed to get back on the internet with my xbox/ps4 until I unplug the powerline adapter, wait 2 min, and then plug it in again. This problem does not exist if I run a long cable to the router, bypassing the powerline adapters.

 

I have done some testing, and whenever this problem arises and I switch to automatic ip/dns/etc it switches my ip to something weird like 164.xxx.xxx.xxx.

The only thing I can think of is when I hit automatic settings in netduma then it change something and I don't know how to fix it. 

 

Here are some screenshots of my settings:

 

https://gyazo.com/e1...2c6dc1779986f29

 

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https://gyazo.com/b9...88c540f781df530

 

https://gyazo.com/6d...fe47c1108552a91

 

I hope I can somehow fix this issue. Thank you for the help.

 

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Could just be coincidence that the powerline adapter went bad at the same time you changed your internet. For gaming I'd rather have a cable anyway. Ping on powerline has some crazy jitter


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Could just be coincidence that the powerline adapter went bad at the same time you changed your internet. For gaming I'd rather have a cable anyway. Ping on powerline has some crazy jitter

Understandable. I have just used a powerline adapter, over the years, so I didn't have to run a cord throughout my house. For my pc, I have ran a 30ft ethernet cord under my house, from my living room to my pc. Would it have any affect on this if I used that cord, put a ethernet hub on the end, by my pc, and just used those 4 ports to split off of the LAN line? 



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I have a 10 metre ethernet cable going up through the floor into mission control and into a hub off which I run 2 computers my PS4 and Smart TV and MacBook, no problems :)


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Understandable. I have just used a powerline adapter, over the years, so I didn't have to run a cord throughout my house. For my pc, I have ran a 30ft ethernet cord under my house, from my living room to my pc. Would it have any affect on this if I used that cord, put a ethernet hub on the end, by my pc, and just used those 4 ports to split off of the LAN line? 

 

Hi, welcome to the forum! If you wanted to, you could do a factory reset from Settings > Misc. This is usually not recommended, though it would wipe your settings and allow you to start afresh, ruling out a particular setting having been changed to cause this issue. Also, when the Internet drops out, are you still able to access the Netduma interface and connect on wireless devices?


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