I have a second installation at my rental house however it has consistently been erratic frequently dropping its connection to flukso etc (globe out) however wifi still solid. Sometimes it's up for a week + and others its every 1-2-3 days.....was frustrating. Luckily it's located just around the corner from me so I'd pop over and pull the plug and let it reboot and reconnect etc.
I've put it down to very low wifi signal about 21db (with the meter box open) combined with the additional 6+ wifi network in the area all in the 95db range.
The meter box is doing a really good job at attenuating/shielding my wifi signal.
I was considering a wifi extender however these can reduce your network performance, installing a dedicated hard wire connection was also out (I'm too lazy) so I opted for power line adapter solution and purchased a Netcomm Powerline adapter kit NP204. $90AUD
Install was easy.
These adapters have an AC pass through socket so you can utilize the power outlets you are currently using for your router and the fluksometer. The kit even includes two one meter ethernet cables, one for connection between one powerline adaptor and your router and the other to connect the other powerline adapter to your fluksometer.
I had the fluksometer back up and running in minutes after I remembered I had to toggle the Flukso to ethernet.
The system has only been back up for a number of hrs so I'll report back in a week or so with some feedback but this seems to be a good alternative to wifi or deciated hard wiring in difficult installations.