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The Best Powerline Networking Adapter

Updated Dec 11, 2022
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If a traditional Wi-Fi or mesh network isn’t cutting it in your larger home, and you don’t want to (or can’t) drill holes and snake Ethernet cable through your walls, you’ve got more options: powerline networking and MoCA (multimedia over coaxial alliance). Powerline networking uses your home’s electrical wiring to share your internet connection, bypassing Wi-Fi and its limitations, while MoCA works similarly over the cable TV wiring in your home. After spending more than 48 hours testing 13 kits, we’ve found TP-Link’s TL-PA9020P to be the best powerline networking kit for most people.

TP-Link TL-PA9020P V3, the best powerline networking adapter

TP-Link TL-PA9020P V3

The best powerline networking adapter
Our pick adds two speedy, wired network connections, anywhere you have power in your home.
We recommend
Netgear PLP2000, a good choice if our pick is out of stock

Netgear PLP2000

A good choice if our pick is out of stock
The PLP2000 offers some of the speediest connections in our tests, but its higher price and short warranty are drawbacks.
Another good choice
Trendnet TMO-311C2K, speedier using cable outlets

Trendnet TMO-311C2K

Speedier using cable outlets
MoCA wires up your home network, using the cable TV connections in your walls rather than Ethernet or powerline.
Another good choice

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