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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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Great deal. Too bad I already have two 8-port TP LInk and Netgear and a 5 port TP Link.
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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.
My modem is also a router. But it is not located where all the ethernet wires meet in the basement. So I am using another wireless router to connect all the ethernet (but this router only has 4 ethernet switches) as a temporary solution.
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My modem is also a router. But it is not located where all the ethernet wires meet in the basement. So I am using another wireless router to connect all the ethernet (but this router only has 4 ethernet switches) as a temporary solution.
Then this switch will work in your case. All you would need to do is connect this switch to any LAN port on your wireless router. Also, it is not good practice to have a router behind another router. Put your second device in access point only mode to avoid being double natted.
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Not seeing managed version for $30 - linky?
Sorry I didn't think to look when I posted it. Looks like Amazon is sold out and it's only available 3rd party. It's available all the time,just got one for work last week. Highly recommend it.
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Great deal. In for one for my entertainment center.
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Skip this go with uniFi
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Sold out. 😢
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Sold out. 😢
Yes, sold out as I was about to add to my cart. lol
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Thanks for your feedback. How hard it is to configure the managed switch? I got one 2 days back and it is on the way.
Super easy, YouTube the model number.
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Yes, sold out as I was about to add to my cart. lol
Same 😭 took too long looking at specs
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Yes, sold out as I was about to add to my cart. lol
I had it in my cart but then took a bit too long looking at Cat6 cables 😞
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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.
I agree that's it's a low probability, but when it happens it's a PITA to find the issue. I had a switch that was plugged into another switch. And the port on the main switch started acting up. Not all devices on the secondary switch initially exhibited the issue only one PC. I checked the router, router setup and the PC and could not find anything. Some days i would have no issues and some days it will act up. It was until another device started to have similar issues that i was able to find the problem. Took me several months to find the problem.

my setup is: Modem - Router - Switch - Switch - Router (WiFi).
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my setup is: Modem - Router - Switch - Switch - Router (WiFi).
My setup is:
cable-modem(wifi turned off)---router(with wifi -this is my )---switch(fanout to media room, pogoplug torrent client, another switch, raspberry_pihole)---switch(in office)(fanout to several computers and printers.)

Basically, you want to have a low number of switches daisy-chained together. Each switch does store-and-forward, so each switch along the path will introduce some latency.
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you probably have a modem with router, both in one.

in my case the second switch is not data critical, otherwise i would have ran another line directly to the second switch or wifi router.
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Thanks for the feedback everyone, repx4 Smilie
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