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TRENDnet 5-Port Gigabit GREENnet Switch. [bhphotovideo.com]

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Can't seem to verify if the bottom has the typical mounting holes. Anyone know for sure?
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Can't seem to verify if the bottom has the typical mounting holes. Anyone know for sure?
Not sure about that.. maybe someone here will know.


More info/discussion can be found about this item in this thread from September.
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Can't seem to verify if the bottom has the typical mounting holes. Anyone know for sure?
I just watched some unboxing videos and it has mounting holes. Search TEG-S5G unboxing video to make sure it has what you are looking for.
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I bought the ethernet 10/100 version last month for $8.99 at Frys and they had mounting holes, so I assume these do too
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Can't seem to verify if the bottom has the typical mounting holes. Anyone know for sure?
If not, you could use the heavier Command tape to mount it.
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I just watched some unboxing videos and it has mounting holes. Search TEG-S5G unboxing video to make sure it has what you are looking for.
Great suggestion. It indeed has the typical slide lock mounting holes. Picked it up as a replacement.
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If not, you could use the heavier Command tape to mount it.
Thanks. I like the idea for many applications, but I mount upside down in an A/V stand and it would still be worrisome for me and less swappable down the line.
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I just watched some unboxing videos and it has mounting holes. Search TEG-S5G unboxing video to make sure it has what you are looking for.
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Great suggestion. It indeed has the typical slide lock mounting holes. Picked it up as a replacement.
What are you using these mounting holes with? A screw or something? I'm looking to mount it in a media cabinet wondering if I can avoid buying one of those $20 brackets.
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What are you using these mounting holes with? A screw or something? I'm looking to mount it in a media cabinet wondering if I can avoid buying one of those $20 brackets.
2 smaller screws
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Why not just use Velcro?
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What are you using these mounting holes with? A screw or something? I'm looking to mount it in a media cabinet wondering if I can avoid buying one of those $20 brackets.
Two screws at the right width...done.
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Why not just use Velcro?
I use it for everything...perfect for securing my cable box to the back of my TV, as an example. Keeps the clutter out of sight.
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Are ethernet switches basically all the same? Similar to how most HDMI cables are the same assuming you're comparing apples to apples? TIA!
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