PLTS200 Frequently Asked Questions
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1. What is the PLTS200?
2. What is the warranty period of the PLTS200?
3. What are the IP Address, Username and Password to login to the PLTS200 web-based setup page?
4. What is the minimum requirement to support PLTS200/PLTE200?
5. What kind of Powerline technology does the Powerline Network Adapter use?
6. What Operating System can be used with PLTS200?
7. What is the default network password for the PLTS200?
8. How do I locate the device password?
9. How do I access the Powerline Utility?
10. Can I change the network password?
11. What is the transfer rate of the PLTS200?
12. Does PLTS200 have a web based GUI?
13. Does PLTS200 support TCP/IP for standard routers?
14. What is the internal power supply being used by the PLTS200?
15. How many built-in Ethernet ports does PLTS200 provide?
1. None of the LEDs light up after I installed the Powerline Adapter, what should I do?
2. What to do when the Ethernet LED does not light up on the Powerline Adapter?
3. When I scan the Powerline network, I cannot detect all of the Powerline devices.
4. What to do when I cannot connect to other computers on your Powerline network or to the Internet?
The PLTS200 is a four-port Powerline Network Adapter. It has four (4) Ethernet ports to connect up to four computers or other network devices to your Powerline network.
The warranty period is dependent on the country of purchase. For more information about your device's warranty, click here.
The PLTS200 does not have an IP address or a username/password.
4. What are the minimum requirements to support PLTS200/PLTE200?
i. A computer or other device with Ethernet network adapter.
ii. An available AC power jack.
iii. A password change utility that requires a computer with a CD-ROM drive running Windows XP, Vista, or Vista 64-bit with latest updates.
The PLTS200 uses a Home plug 1.0 with Turbo Powerline technology.
The PLTS200 is compatible with Windows XP and Windows Vista operating systems.
The default network password is “HomePlug”.
It is located at the back of the device on the Powerline adapter label.
Click Start > All Programs > Linksys > Powerline Utility.
85 Mbps at physical layer.
No. It only has the Windows-based utility interface.
The PLTS200 has four (4) built-in Ethernet ports.
• Power (Blue) – The power LED lights up blue when the Powerline Adapter is powered ON.
• Ethernet (Blue) – These numbered LEDs correspond with the numbered Ethernet ports on the back panel of the device.
The Ethernet LED lights up blue when its corresponding port is connected to a network device. It flashes to indicate
network activity over that port.
• Powerline (Blue) - The Powerline LED lights up blue when the Powerline Adapter is connected to the Powerline network
through the Power port. The LED flashes to indicate network activity over that port.
To resolve this:
Disconnect the Ethernet network cable from the Powerline Adapter.
Disconnect the power cord from the Powerline Adapter and wait for five (5) seconds.
After five seconds, re-connect the Ethernet network cable to the Powerline Adapter.
Re-connect the power cord to the Powerline Adapter.
If this solution does not work, make sure the electrical outlet is working properly.
When the Ethernet port detects a local network connection, the Ethernet LED will light up. If in case it does not, follow the troubleshooting steps below:
• Make sure the Ethernet network cable is securely connected to the Powerline Adapter.
• Make sure the Ethernet network cable is securely connected to the computer or other network device.
• Check the Ethernet adapter on your computer to see if the adapter is working properly.
Make sure that all devices on the Powerline network have been configured with the same Network Password. The Network Password must be identical in order for them to communicate with each other. If you are adding a new Powerline Adapter to a pre-existing power network with a unique Network Password, use the Add Device option on the main screen of the Powerline Utility.
Ensure that all devices on the Powerline network have been configured with the same Network Password.
The Network Password must be identical in order for them to communicate with each other. If you are adding a new Powerline Adapter to a pre-existing Powerline network with a unique Network Password, use the Add Device option on the Main screen of the Powerline Utility.
Verify that the IP address and TCP/IP protocol are set up correctly for all of the Powerline networked computers.