I have a Motorola NVG510 router that I would like to move closer to my TV. My family's smart phones and laptops seem to work fine but my TV does a lot of buffering watching movies on Hulu. I was thinking about moving my router closer to the TV to see if that would cut out some of the buffering. How can I go about moving the router?
A Homeplug essentially connects to the router directly via wire and sends the signal via your home's electrical wiring to another Homeplug which would be connected directly into the internet port at the back of the television.
There are other factors to consider here too, when you say all the laptops and smartphones are working. Exactly how many people are connected and what is the speed of your internet?
If everyone is streaming movies or online gaming at the same time, then a sufficient connection is required otherwise buffering and other issues will occur.
I've searched and seen that the modem in question is a DSL one released in 2012. It lacks gigabit ports and many features. I'd suggest actually calling your ISP for an upgraded and more modern modem/router.
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