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What do you guys use it for. I thought people have wifi at home
My home office is set up using this. Giga speeds for a couple computers
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Already have 4 of these... not even using all of them. Should I pull the trigger?
Sure... WHY not!
5 is always better than 4 BUT not as nice as 6!!!!
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Quality hardware for vert affordable price.

Waiting for POE prices to drop this low.
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this is a solid little unmanaged switch.
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What do you guys use it for. I thought people have wifi at home
I have 3 of these in our home, but you're right, WiFi is great...if you love inferior; speed, reliability, and security. Enjoy!
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Would this switch be sufficient for a wired/networked home as the first switch in the setup, so cable>modem>mesh router>switch> then hardwired access points throughout the home or is there a more preferred type to handle the bulk of the initial throuput?
That setup sounds fine.
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One thing I noticed on these switches: the 3rd port from the right (so I guess port #6) sometimes goes down for no reason and only works again if you unplug and re-plug the device. Like once every few months. They have updated the hardware since I began buying these, so it may be fixed.
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I have a mesh router but only has 2 Ethernet ports and I need more. Does this give me more Ethernet ports to plug my devices into? Do I just plug this switch into my mesh router and then plug my wired devices to this switch ? Thanks in advance
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I have a mesh router but only has 2 Ethernet ports and I need more. Does this give me more Ethernet ports to plug my devices into? Do I just plug this switch into my mesh router and then plug my wired devices to this switch ? Thanks in advance
Yes! Perfect for that use case. If you plug your other mesh router into the switch (if you can have cables all over the place....), then your mesh would get faster too
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I picked this up not too long ago and I'm kinda annoyed that the Power Cable is on the opposite side that the network ports go.
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Aafes.com is price matching. Free shipping if you do not have prime and no taxes.. Thanks.
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Yes! Perfect for that use case. If you plug your other mesh router into the switch (if you can have cables all over the place....), then your mesh would get faster too
Thanks!!
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Netgear 8-port GS308 also on sale.
$16.99 after $2 coupon:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07PFYM5MZ/
Netgear GS308 is inferior, it used electrolytic capacitor in the PCB board. TP-Link is all solid state.
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I picked this up not too long ago and I'm kinda annoyed that the Power Cable is on the opposite side that the network ports go.
In some cases this would be useful, yes, but almost every switch of this style (metal enclosure) is designed like this (eg, netgear, d-link, cisco). From what I've seen, plastic enclosure switches are your best best for power on the same side as the ports (or at least on the side).
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What do you guys use it for. I thought people have wifi at home
Hard wired network computers and cameras. Wireless degrades over distances, wired normally does not over longer distances
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