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Wifi Dongles

Discussion in 'Zgemma-Star H.2S' started by d2cracker, Dec 25, 2016.

  1. d2cracker

    d2cracker Member

    Merry Christmas everyone :)

    Bought the kids 2 h2s's but dafty here forgot to get 2 wifi dongles. Can anyone advise what sort I need or do I just just standard USB wifi dongles? Hoping to get one tomorrow when out and about from Pc world or currys or something.

    any advice would be fab

  2. moshibeth

    moshibeth TK Veteran

    Either hard wire the boxes or pickup a set of tp link home plugs,Dongles are a pain to setup as you need to download drivers ect
  3. d2cracker

    d2cracker Member

    That was my next option already have home plugs but they will need some network switches
  4. moshibeth

    moshibeth TK Veteran

    Why would they need network switches,As long as you plug direct into the router and box they will just pair up
  5. d2cracker

    d2cracker Member

    Because they got the PS4 wired to the home plug in each room. So will need a switch in between
  6. moshibeth

    moshibeth TK Veteran

    Im not a gamer but are the ps4 not wifi enable then
  7. d2cracker

    d2cracker Member

    Yup, but we have a plex server in the house and and streams better through the cable
  8. moshibeth

    moshibeth TK Veteran

    I agree always best hard wired,Will have to wait until tommorrow then
  9. murdotechmob

    murdotechmob Member

    You can get home plugs with 2 network sockets on it to replace the existing one used for the PS4 so you don't need to waste another plug with a switch.

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  10. d2cracker

    d2cracker Member

    Got a TPlink 600mb and a tp link 5 port switch for under £26 today, be more than fast enough to run both
  11. itskenallen

    itskenallen Member

    The Edimax dongle or any with a Ralink chipset seem to work best for the Zgemma without needing drivers installed. If you have a decent router with stable WiFi, the dongle is good enough to run these boxes without issue.
    If u think ur wifi is flakey and not that stable, then better to hardwire it or use a home plug extender.

    Here's a link to a previous discussion on this.
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    Last edited: Dec 27, 2016