OK, so here is my issue in a nutshell. Bear in mind by knowledge of networking is definite noob-level. I live in a rural area, in a 100+ year old Victorian solid brick property that has, at most, two power outlets per room. Our current WiFi is provided by Boundless who specialize in rural broadband. The speed is OK if you just want to browse sites but streaming often takes hours of buffering which is super frustrating. We got them to boost the signal but it was still pretty prehistoric. I got an outbuilding built outside about 25ft from the house and asked Boundless about getting the broadband extended to that. They said it could probably be done via running an ethernet, and recommended a guy. Looked up said guy (we'll call him Dave) and found he had a lot of positive reviews and was local. Dave came round and said I wouldn't need to run ethernet and that he could set up a TP powerlink system that would work just as well. He put this in place, and it seemed to work fine. The next day - not so much. My outdoor computer said it was connected, but just kept buffering. Couldn't load a page. Indoor was sporadic; some devices were fine, others had the same buffering issue and others dropped in and out. Got him to come back and he adjusted some stuff, but it didn't seem to help: again fine when he was around, but back to square one the next day. A week later everything goes down. Get in touch with Boundless who told me the usual 'turn it off and on again' before sending out the engineers. Engineers spent two hours sorting it and reverting it back to how it was before Dave got involved. Said they couldn't understand what Dave had done, and that the WiFi booster should be in a socket on it's own (not ideal when you only have two sockets to play with and they're both in use). Now it's slow, intermittent and doesn't extend outside. ***. So I guess now I'm in a quandary. I'll have to get Dave back as I paid £250 to get this sorted and he guaranteed streaming-level connections but I feel like I'm never going to get the internet I want. From my vague information, does anyone have any thoughts?