maybe a UPS  system might fix the problem?

On Tue, Oct 15, 2019 at 1:01 PM Bob Goodwin <> wrote:
On 10/05/19 13:56, Samuel Sieb wrote:
>> I see a TP-Link AC1750 Smart WiFi Router - Dual Band Gigabit Wireless
>> router available at an attractive price. Information is a bit vague.
>> Have you tried that model? I have been looking for assurance that it
>> could be used as an Access point as it comes. I can probably install
>> dd wrt or perhaps Tomato which has some features I find useful. I
>> always seem to get lost looking for openwrt compatibility?
> That's one of the models I'm still using with openwrt.
I'm still working on this. I bought the AC1780 router and set it up in
AP Mode with the TP-Link software that it came with and that seems to
work. I also bought the TP-Link Ethernet adapters "TP-Link Powerline
Adapter AV2000 Mbps - Gigabit Port, Ethernet Over Power, Plug&Play,
Power Saving, MU-MIMO, Noise Filtering(TL-PA9020P KIT)"
and that turns out to be the weak link. We live in a rural area and our
power is reliable but I do get occasional monetary drops the make the UPS
s beep and apparently that is causing the Ethernet adapters to become
unpaired. This morning I reset them and paired them hear at my computer
where it is convent to do. put the second one downstairs where the A/P
is and everything was restored. We cut the power at the circuit breaker
while doing some electrical work and when we switched it back on the
system was unpaired again. That explains the intermittent problem we are
having with the internet connection, most likely due to minor glitches
in power I suspect.

This making the system too unreliable to use and I am considering
returning the Ethernet Adapters to Amazon if there is no other
explanation, some thing I can fix that is.

has anyone else had experience with this, am  alone? I would like some

Thanks,  Bob


Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
users mailing list --
To unsubscribe send an email to
Fedora Code of Conduct:
List Guidelines:
List Archives: