I have a powerline adapter connected to an outlet on the main floor of my house. There I have my PS4’s ethernet connected. The other adapter is upstairs where the router is.
Over the last several weeks, I’ve begun to lose connectivity via the ethernet; wi-fi is fine. Ethernet worked great for a long time, but now the disconnection issues are becoming more common.
Now, my powerline is connected to a non-grounded outlet. I know this because I have a power bar connected to the outlet as well, and the grounded light is off.
So my question is, because my powerline isn’t connected to a grounded outlet, is it not getting enough power for the connection to work? Or is it more than likely to be the ethernet cable?
I’m more concerned with the former, as I really don’t want to call an electrician.