Ethernet Over Power: Get Rid of Your WiFi and Easily Get Internet Throughout Your House
May 2, 2018 Kyle Hunt 0 Comments
We have wanted to get rid of the WiFi at home for a long time, as it sends our electrosmog meter through the roof, but I really did not want to run long cables all around the house, out in the open or through the walls. Little did I know that there is a very simple solution to have internet running throughout a house by using the existing electrical lines. It is all so very simple and the technology is not new, but I only learned of it recently. It was brought to my attention by Sofia Smallstorm when I interviewed her about environmental pollution and the dangers of radiation.
Here’s how it works. You order a set of “power over ethernet” adapters ($40+), plug 1 into an outlet and connect it to your modem or router, then plug in the other and connect it to your computer. They should come pre-synced, but if it is not, all you do is press a button. You can take the adapter to any other outlet in the house (unless your house has unusual or old wiring) and you will get internet. If you want to have all your rooms to have adapters, you can order some more and sync them up.
That’s really all there is to it, though you can keep “networking” however you see fit. For example, you can set up an ethernet splitter (like a router) in a room if you want to have a lot of people using the internet at once. You can also still use your old router and just change the settings so that it no longer broadcasts the wiFi.
We got rid of our wiFi and now we are finally getting the high speed internet we were paying for! In some outlets it is almost three times faster than the old WiFi router. Yeah, we have to connect the computers to ethernet cables, rather than grabbing the internet from the “ether”, and yes, it does cost a little bit of money. However, we see it as an investment in our health and it gives us great peace of mind not having all of us, especially the young one, playing and working around a router that is blasting us with radiation. Now the meter is “green” throughout our house.
WiFi is convenient, but is it worth the risk?
Thanks to: http://www.renegadetribune.com