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    Hi,

    I am still looking for a sbs 2003 hardware. I have got a bit of a problem will a homeplug work with sbs 2003?

    The Reason why is becasue the SBS 2003 will go upstairs but the router is downstairs.

    Thanks

    Andy

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    Re: Homeplug

    Dont't know what you mean by a "homeplug" but the general answer is, if it works with Windows server, it works with SBS.
    TIA

    Steven Teiger [SBS-MVP(2003-2009)]
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    • #3
      Re: Homeplug

      I think (OP to confirm, please) that "Homeplug" is ethernet over electricity cables -- you plug a special adaptor into a mains socket that has an ethernet port on it.

      If so, AFAIK, it will work fine as this is running at the lowest levels of the OSI model, below TCP/IP

      Basically, if two PCs can network, so can a server.

      BTW, a better thread title would be good!
      Tom Jones
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