I have a new MacBook Pro and would like to know how to manage my connectivity within my own home with the following scenario
I have WiFi and can connect to that no problem
I also have a TP-LINK Powerline box in my main plug socket which I connect to via a Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter (setup for a desk at home)
When I plug my ethernet cable in, the TP-LINK box doesn't pick up that the MacBook is connected. It is not faulty because it worked OK with my previous Windows PC
My question is: is this a situation whereby having 2 locations/configurations (one WiFi only, 1 Ethernet) would be the solution? Or is there a setting I do not have enabled which is causing the TP-LINK box to not recognise the MacBook ethernet connection when it is plugged in?