Edimax ES-3205P Mini 5 Port 10/100Mbps Ethernet Switch £5.00 @ Play.Com - HotUKDeals
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Was posted before at £8. I think it deserves a new topic hence the new price and hotness.

Specifications

Complies with the IEEE 802.3 and IEEE 802.3u standards
Provides Store-and-Forward architecture
Ultra small footprint (111x68x25mm)
Supports Auto-MDI/MDI-X, full/half duplex modes and auto-negotiation
Supports flow control and Non-blocking architecture
5 x RJ-45 Fast Ethernet LAN Ports
LED Indicators: Power, LNK/ACT for LAN Power

Description

200Mbps Full Duplex Transmission
Edimax ES-3205P is a high speed fast Ethernet switch for home and small business. ES-3205P not only complies with IEEE 802.3/802.3u 10/100Mbps Ethernet standard but also supports full duplex transmission. The full duplex feature can double the network throughput on every port. It is used for high speed server or switch-to-switch connections. The maximum throughput of every port can reach up to 200Mbps.

Supports Wire-speed and Flow Control
The ES-3205P built-in non-blocking and store-and-forward architecture feature your network with full-wire speed connections. It accommodates with flow control for full duplex mode and back pressure for half-duplex mode which ensure reliable data transfer and help to prevent data lost. Use ES-3205P to create a high-speeds network and benefit from it's ultimate performance and reliability.

Supports Auto-MDI/MDI-X and Auto Sensing
ES-3205P supports PnP (plug and play) installation and auto-MDI/MDI-X function. You can connect ES-3205P with computers or Ethernet devices without any configuration. You also can use either straight-through or cross-over Ethernet cable and combine 10 and 100Mbps devices into ES-3205P. The switch will automatically detect the right cable and speed for your device.
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#1
Thanks - HOT
#2
Also consider the GetNet GS-118P if you want 8 ports (remember 1 port is taken up with the 'feed/connection' to the rest of your network - eg your modem/router/switch.
£7.49 at Play.com currently & possible less elsewhere.
(The picture on the Play.com site is inaccurate - that was the old 5 port design.)
MKD
#3
Good switch. I've been using it for over a year - no problems just plug in and go.
#4
bought one today after asking for a switch in FS/Trade.
#5
Thaqnks OP, just ordered.
banned#6
just ordered! what the hell is it!?
#7
i currently use zyxel homeplugs.could i plug the one i use for my 360 into this and run 3 things of that (ie 360,bluray and wii/ps3)?
#8
N_W2003
i currently use zyxel homeplugs.could i plug the one i use for my 360 into this and run 3 things of that (ie 360,bluray and wii/ps3)?

yes
#9
much ass grassy ass ;)
#10
5 quid! It would be rude to not buy one!
#11
Cheers OP.
#12
No, just absolutely no way, would I buy ever one of these. Honestly Edimax switch are the bane of my work life. They are just so unreliable its driven us close to madness at work. Its unbelievable the amount of times they freeze and need resetting, or a port randomly stops working while all others are fine, or my personal grudge with this switches - packet loss and corruption. I've lost count how many times we have wasted a morning or afternoon troubleshooting network issues only to discover someone has installed an Edimax switch.
#13
I'm trying to understand what this is..........so I can plug the ethernet cable coming in to one room in to this and I then have 4 possible wired ethernet ports that can all be used at the same time ?
#14
forcedv
I'm trying to understand what this is..........so I can plug the ethernet cable coming in to one room in to this and I then have 4 possible wired ethernet ports that can all be used at the same time ?


Yes.
#15
Would this switch have any impact on a fixed static IP address on one of the attached boxes?
#16
Nice one! Hot!
#17
been using one for 6 months to network a media player, xbox 360 and humax freesat box from one cable - no probs at all. Also, low powered so green too!
Paid £8 for it back then.
#18
anniebee
Completely clueless tech here, so please forgive my ignorance...can you tell me if this would work on a PC that doesn't have an ethernet socket, ie could it be plugged into another unrelated socket and still work? Thanks for bearing with me by reading to here without tutting, sighing and rolling your eyes!


No, it allows you to connect multiple ethernet devices together onto a single cable back to your (say) broadband router.

As an example I have a Wii, PS3 and XBOX plugged into a switch begind the telly, and a single cable then runs from the switch behind the telly to the router in the corner of the room - much neater.

but you do have to have an ethernet port and cable !
#19
Cheers, just what I needed and great price
#20
Cool! Just what I needed!
#21
I really need a Gigabit one, any deals going for them?
#22
Does speed decrease when say, im on the ps3 but another device is running which also uses this switch?
#23
Seems to be £9.99 for me, has the price gone up or am I doing something stupid?
#24
stradle
Seems to be £9.99 for me, has the price gone up or am I doing something stupid?
Indded it has. EXPIRED!
#25
anniebee
Completely clueless tech here, so please forgive my ignorance...can you tell me if this would work on a PC that doesn't have an ethernet socket, ie could it be plugged into another unrelated socket and still work? Thanks for bearing with me by reading to here without tutting, sighing and rolling your eyes!


phanco
but you do have to have an ethernet port and cable !


Why not a USBethernet converter instead then? As long as anniebee has a free USB port it should work?
#26
shame it doesn't power off USB (requires 12V).

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