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NETGEAR 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch (GS908) - Desktop Housing with Integrated Ethernet Cable Management, and Fanless Design for Quiet Operation.

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ETHERNET PORT CONFIGURATION: 8 Gigabit ports
PLUG-AND-PLAY: Simple set up with no software to install or configuration needed
MODERN DESKTOP DESIGN: Simple and stylish for use in any room or office, and the integrated cable management system keeps cables untangled and out of sight for an uncluttered desk and office.
SILENT OPERATION: The fanless design means 0 added noise wherever its located, making it ideal for noise-sensitive environments
PEACE OF MIND WARRANTY – Covered by an industry-leading 3-year limited hardware warranty
ENERGY EFFICIENT: Designed to optimize power usage lowering its cost to operate. Most models are compliant with IEEE802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet mode.
BUILT TO LAST: Every NETGEAR Network switch is rigorously tested for reliability, quality, and performance.
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not a good practice because when one switch or port starts acting up you would have a hard time finding out which switch or port is bad.

While that may be true, the odds one port on a switch goes is pretty small. More likely the power supply goes than anything else. And in a home environment, it is fairly easy to find out which switch is failing and just toss it. They are cheap stuff.
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Why can't I hook it up to a ONT and then connect to routers to it?
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You do it with this? I know I'll need my own router.
No, I use different switches on my network.... but I bought one of these because I couldn't pass up the price and I have an addiction to cheap switches.
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Why can't I hook it up to a ONT and then connect to routers to it?
Do you have more than one IP address? I did it that way when I had 5 IP addresses.... one router/server for each IP.... but chances are you only have one IP.
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Do you have more than one IP address? I did it that way when I had 5 IP addresses.... one router/server for each IP.... but chances are you only have one IP.
I believe FiOS gives you one.
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I was using am old router with 100mb as switch. This will be great.
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*Warning: this is probably a dumb question.

Can I plug in my modem (where my internet comes from) to any of the switches and all the switches will be able to use it? There is no 'internet' inout switch I noted in the pictures (kind of like what you get with a wireless router).
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I believe FiOS gives you one.
It does unless you pay for more than one.
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I have the managed version (GS908E) that includes 2 usb ports for charging. It's great. I use 2 of them. Never had any issues, and it's one of the best looking switches out there. I got them for $70 when they first dropped. Now available for $30 on Amazon. If you don't need to manage your ports this is an amazing deal.
Not seeing managed version for $30 - linky?
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I just need a simple answer. Will this work between my ONT and personnel routers?
The simple answer is it depends what you mean by 'work' and how (exactly) you will use it.
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*Warning: this is probably a dumb question.

Can I plug in my modem (where my internet comes from) to any of the switches and all the switches will be able to use it? There is no 'internet' inout switch I noted in the pictures (kind of like what you get with a wireless router).
Yes plug the input cable from the modem into any port - the others will be able to use it.
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I just need a simple answer. Will this work between my ONT and personnel routers?
Simple answer: no.

Why would you want it before your router?
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Yes plug the input cable from the modem into any port - the others will be able to use it.
This is not true. You need a router. Sometimes this can be convoluted because home routers are technically a router, switch and wireless AP, and there's hybrid modem/home routers, but if you have a simple modem or ONT, you need a router in-line first before you can utilize this switch.
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*Warning: this is probably a dumb question.

Can I plug in my modem (where my internet comes from) to any of the switches and all the switches will be able to use it? There is no 'internet' inout switch I noted in the pictures (kind of like what you get with a wireless router).
You need a router before a switch or it won't work. What type of modem do you have? Most ISP's nowadays issue modem/router combos with WiFi.
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