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Rosewill - 8-Port PoE+ Network Switch, Unmanaged Gigabit 1000M Ethernet Switch $64.99 + FS

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  • +8 PoE ports with 1000Mbps
  • 150 watts of internal power
  • Plug and play
  • Ideal desktop size 19-inch rack-mounted
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/192912747286

Amazon + FS (After $15 Coupon Clip)
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NJNW3P5​ [amazon.com]
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Good deal. After moving out of these and into managed (and yes, more expensive) switches I would only go back to unmanaged if you truly have simple network layout or as a trunk for a vlan or something.

Although I don't know what Rosewill is using as the oem on this, it's still good as a POE switch
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Tempted, looks good for a starter DIY POE security camera setup. 8 cameras should be decent. I imagine you'd loops the hub to another switch, and onto a NAS for recording.
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Tempted, looks good for a starter DIY POE security camera setup. 8 cameras should be decent. I imagine you'd loops the hub to another switch, and onto a NAS for recording.
This would only support 7 cameras, one of the 8 ports has to be used for uplink.
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Great specs:

150 watts of internal power: supports IEEE 802. 3af/at. Built-in 150W Max power; Each port reaches Max power supply at 30W. Complies with IEEE 802. 3, 10Base-T, IEEE 802. 3U, 100Base-TX, IEEE802. 3Ab, 1000Base-T, IEEE 802. 3AZ energy-efficient Ethernet (eee)
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