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Amazon has TP-Link's Gigabit Ethernet Port Switches on Sales.

5 Port Switch ( TL-SG105 ) = $14.39 [amazon.com]
8 Port Switch ( TL-SG108 ) = $18.99 [amazon.com]
16 Port Switch ( TL-SG116 ) = $44.99 [amazon.com]

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Did anyone suggest otherwise?

No, these aren't PoE.
Just use the LAN ports on it and turn off DHCP. Some firmware let you switch the WAN port to act as a LAN port. You can also use them as additional access points.
the hell is an aumox

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Bought the 16 for the same price on May 8, 2020
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Seems to be $1 less than when we purchased some 8-ports late last year. Not an amazing price difference, but still cheaper than last October.

Stability has been good - no issues compared to the unstable trendnets they replaced.
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Thats just for an unmanaged switch... poe is 45
Did anyone suggest otherwise?

No, these aren't PoE.
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i maxed out ports on my 6 + 4 on the router so getting an 8 port to have expand-ability. Surprisingly my kinda cheap plastic white (I think also TPLINK?) gig one has been going strong for a 3+ years on 24/7
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Question. Can I use DC to USB powered? I have extra USB port from router, but I'm out with the outlet. If anyone don't mind me ask for dumb question. What's different between using the extra switch, for example on this deal, rather than using the switch on router? Slower speed or the same? Thanks so much
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Question. Can I use DC to USB powered? I have extra USB port from router, but I'm out with the outlet. If anyone don't mind me ask for dumb question. What's different between using the extra switch, for example on this deal, rather than using the switch on router? Slower speed or the same? Thanks so much
Look up the power brick for the switch you want and find one that's 5V. If it's like 5V 1A, you can probably power it depending on the router (tho some would probably only put out 0.5A). Buy or make a USB A male to DC barrel jack of the correct diameter and polarity.
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are these the ones that emit a buzzing sound?
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Look up the power brick for the switch you want and find one that's 5V. If it's like 5V 1A, you can probably power it depending on the router (tho some would probably only put out 0.5A). Buy or make a USB A male to DC barrel jack of the correct diameter and polarity.
Thanks. I ordered. I can confirm that the switch needed .15amps, and the router usb output is standard? At least 0.5 I think. Anyway, I will know for tomorrow if the cable works.
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Thanks. I ordered. I can confirm that the switch needed .15amps, and the router usb output is standard? At least 0.5 I think. Anyway, I will know for tomorrow if the cable works.
500 mA is the minimum, maybe you can use a Y-cable if you have more than 1 port on it. Sometimes routers will put out more than 500 mA if they support external hard drives or something.
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500 mA is the minimum, maybe you can use a Y-cable if you have more than 1 port on it. Sometimes routers will put out more than 500 mA if they support external hard drives or something.
I have one usb 2.0, another usb 3.0, I think they are different amps. The 3.0 support hard drive for sure. I'm going to use it for Synology. I'm using the usb 2.0 for fan to cool the router.
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Same prices they've been lately.
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