Hey all, bit of a mixture of a question. Currently we have our internet provided by Virgin Media (UK). We have their Super hub thing, which at the moment i have set to send its signal through a wire into the Time Capsule, which is acting as our router. This sends out our wireless signal which reaches to 60% of the house. Great. Now, coming out of the Time Capsule i have a ethernet cable, which is connected into a Devolo home networking plug. The one that goes into the mains. I then have 4 of these plugs, at the back of my house where the wireless signal doesn't reach. Now we got these plugs when they first came out and were about £120 each. So, probably about 5 years now. We're obviously getting more and more internet capable devices in our house and i think our internet is struggling. Many games consoles, computers, phones, ipads, even our home heating is controlled via the internet. I think one of the blue plugs i use to connect my mac mini to the internet is dying. Sometimes i will come on and be told that my computer has a self assigned ip address and cannot connect to the internet. If i change the blue plug thats connected to another one, then it works ok again. So, tomorrow i need to fix the internet. Reset the Time Capsule and just start from scratch. Is there a way or a limit on how many devices can be connected to the internet at once? If so, is there a way to change this limit somewhere? I was then wondering if someone had any suggestions for fixing the range of our internet. I'm probably going to just buy some new/modern home network plugs and use them instead of the old ones, but not sure if there might be a better way. Hope this all makes sense! Thanks for any help!