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  • One Switch Made to Expand Network 5× 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 Ports supporting Auto Negotiation and Auto MDI/MDIX
  • Plug and Play Easy setup with no software installation or configuration needed
  • Advanced Software Features Prioritize your traffic and guarantee high quality of video or voice data transmission with Port-based 802.1p/DSCP QoS and IGMP Snooping
  • Study Metal Case Fanless Quiet Design, Desktop or Wall-mounting Design. Operating Temperature: 0 degree Celsius 40 degree Celsius (32 degree Fahrenheit 104 degree Fahrenheit)

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TP-Link TL-SG105 | 5 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Ethernet Network Switch, Ethernet Splitter | Plug & Play | Fanless Metal Design | Shielded Ports | Traffic Optimization | Limited Lifetime Protection

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One Switch Made to Expand Network 5× 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 Ports supporting Auto Negotiation and Auto MDI/MDIX
Gigabit that Saves Energy Latest innovative energy-efficient technology greatly expands your network capacity with much less power consumption and helps save money
Reliable and Quiet IEEE 802.3X flow control provides reliable data transfer and Fanless design ensures quiet operation
Plug and Play Easy setup with no software installation or configuration needed
Advanced Software Features Prioritize your traffic and guarantee high quality of video or voice data transmission with Port-based 802.1p/DSCP QoS and IGMP Snooping
Study Metal Case Fanless Quiet Design, Desktop or Wall-mounting Design. Operating Temperature: 0 degree Celsius 40 degree Celsius (32 degree Fahrenheit 104 degree Fahrenheit)
Limited Lifetime Warranty Industry leading limited lifetime warranty and free 24/7 technical support

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I've gotten many for work here and there and never had one fail so far. But then again rarely ever see a network switch fail at all. Usually only ciscos that are failing
Yes, it multiples one ethernet to multiple. You can attach to a router to add more ports, yes. This will not block, alter, or shape traffic (no firewall).

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<15 switches with lifetime warranty are always a good deal
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Missed the deal with coupon on Thursday. Thanks for posting this!
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If a room only has 1 internet connection, can I use this to connect to more devices in that room?

And switches doesn't have firewall right? Need router for that? also can I run this off a router to create more connections to more devices?
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Quote from okaythen :
If a room only has 1 internet connection, can I use this to connect to more devices in that room?

And switches doesn't have firewall right? Need router for that? also can I run this off a router to create more connections to more devices?
Yes, it multiples one ethernet to multiple. You can attach to a router to add more ports, yes. This will not block, alter, or shape traffic (no firewall).
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I got a very similar looking Netgear 5-port switch for $13.49. Only a 3-year warranty though. This: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07S98Y...UTF8&psc=1

How much better is this TP-Link one?
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1. tp-link quality is not good
2. you may get 8-port for < 20
I've gotten many for work here and there and never had one fail so far. But then again rarely ever see a network switch fail at all. Usually only ciscos that are failing
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I just had this in my cart last night but was leaning towards this one from D-Link instead mainly for size/aesthetic, but functionally they seem the same. Any reason I should switch and get the TP-Link instead? https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B008P...UTF8&psc=1
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Quote from cdma2k :
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1. tp-link quality is not good
2. you may get 8-port for < 20
I've had tp m9 for over a year now and I still havnt restarted it once, compared to other top competitors where i need to constantly reboot
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I've gotten many for work here and there and never had one fail so far. But then again rarely ever see a network switch fail at all. Usually only ciscos that are failing
All the switch/hub fails I've seen were from power surges.
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Can you add 2 of these to a router or dacychain them together?
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Can you add 2 of these to a router or dacychain them together?
yes you can
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Can you add 2 of these to a router or dacychain them together?
Yep unmanaged switches are easy. I have 6 rooms in my house wired going to a central router. In each room I have one of these plug in to the wall outlet. Plug the TV, game system, streaming stick, computer, etc into them. Never any issues.
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