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TP-Link TL-SG105 5-Port Unmanaged Desktop Switch EXPIRED

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Amazon has TP-Link TL-SG105 5-Port Unmanaged Desktop Switch for $13.99. Shipping is free w/ prime or on orders of $25+.

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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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Quote from tomdpham :
I bought this switch, but I had to return it because my throughput became 100mps after a period of time. Link still says 1Gbps. Had to reseat the plug to fix speeds.
More likely that your cable was damaged.
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Will switches slow down speed since you're splitting the signal?
Do you mean will the speed drop if more devices are connected and transmitting data at full 1gbps?
Usually the answer is No. The switching capacity of switch is typically more than port speed. If you look at the specifications sheet, you will notice that this switch has 10Gbps switching capacity. Meaning it can easily switch 5 ports worth of traffic.

Check specification sheet in Amazon listing under "Product Guides and documents"
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Will switches slow down speed since you're splitting the signal?
Slow down what? Since this is a switch (and not a hub), all devices can theoretically transfer gigabit speeds to each other. If you have two switches connected, with devices on each one, and run a throughput test from devices on one switch to devices on the other switch, then they will be sharing that 1 gigabit link. If that is your use case, which would be abnormal, then get a switch with more ports. What is your setup like?
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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
LOL! Stop!Applause
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I paid 12.99 in Oct. and this has me considering buying another...
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LOL! Stop!Applause
in all seriousness it's true. I am in the middle of an RMA of a cisco switch but all my cheap tplink, trendnet, netgear switches are working fine. Not quite that often but still often enough that I've never sent a single RMA for a cheap switch but done many Cisco switches.
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8 ports also on sale for 19.99
https://www.amazon.com/Ethernet-S...464&sr=8-4
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8 ports also on sale for 19.99
https://www.amazon.com/Ethernet-S...464&sr=8-4
I'd be willing to pay $6 more for 3 additional ports.
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I'd be willing to pay $6 more for 3 additional ports.
I would too. 3 more ports and 1 less plug. The 8-ports will go on sale to $18 at times so we can keep an eye on it.
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good deal, in 4 1
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Just remember that the number of ports is -1 for the uplink device (router).
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