@MartinLangmaid It totally makes sense what you did and why, and a great use of peplink technology. Kind of makes me want to dig out my Diablo 1 , so I can “route” IPX between two different locations. Going back to the TP-Link , I have a pair of the TL-PA2010 and I’m trying to use them in the worse way possible. Going between the main house, a junction box, and my shop. The whole layout looks like this.
Pole -> Load center panel with 200 amp breaker to -> 200 amp panel (another main 200 breaker)-> 20 Amp breaker -> Adapter
(same) Load center panel with 100 amp breaker to -> 100 amp panel (another main 100 breaker) -> 20 amp breaker -> adapter
So I already know from experience that the older models had issues crossing breakers , let alone three main breakers.All in all I’ve always been fascinated by Ethernet over power, and it’s uses in a pinch. For my project I’ll probably run 150’ of conduit between the two buildings and use CAT5E or run a fiber strand.