Power strips are probably OK but surge suppressors will filter out the
Ethernet "noise".

The older Powerline adapters I use have pass-through AC plugs in them so I
plug it into the wall & the power strip into it.

On Thu, Oct 23, 2014 at 10:18 AM, Gqcy <gmufasa01@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

has anyone here use the powerline adapters?
does it have to be in the wall outlet, or can it go through a powerstrip?


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