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NETGEAR FS605UK 5-PORT 10/100 FAST ETHERNET SWITCH - £12.71 @ currys

£12.71 @ Currys
The Netgear FS605 Switch is ideal for your home network and are a good choice for quality, convenience, and usability all at very affordable prices. Netgear FS605UK 5-Port Ethernet Switch Instant plu…
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The Netgear FS605 Switch is ideal for your home network and are a good choice for quality, convenience, and usability all at very affordable prices. Netgear FS605UK 5-Port Ethernet Switch
Instant plug and play
5-port, 10/100 Mpbs switch
Auto speed and duplex detection
Auto uplink for the right connection
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Netgear FS605UK 5-Port Ethernet Switch Instant plug and play 5-port, 10/100 Mpbs switch Auto speed and duplex detection Auto uplink for the right connection External power supply
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#1
For those on 50Mb BB.....the Netgear WGR614 is not compatible and drops your BB to about 32Mb..........so i would expect this may do the same !!!
#2
Mecoconuts
so i would expect this may do the same !!!


I wouldn't.
#3
Nor would I, care to explain the link between this product and the WGR614? And don't say they're both made by Netgear.
#4
idbirch
Nor would I, care to explain the link between this product and the WGR614? And don't say they're both made by Netgear.




One is a network switch/hub and the other is a wireless router.
#5
TehSheep
One is a network switch/hub and the other is a wireless router.


No, you were supposed to say --> An ethernet cable.

:whistling: :lol:
#6
Shengis
No, you were supposed to say --> An ethernet cable.

:whistling: :lol:


:w00t:
#7
Shengis
I wouldn't.


I did say 'MAY' do the same ....as i can't confirm.....as most Netgear models are generic the WGR614 may have the same network hub in it .....and i know 100% it's not compatible with 50Mb !!
#8
Mecoconuts
I did say 'MAY' do the same ....as i can't confirm.....as most Netgear models are generic the WGR614 may have the same network hub in it .....and i know 100% it's not compatible with 50Mb !!


That's no doubt because it's a G router so therefore too slow for a 50mb connection full stop. Bet it works at full speed if you turn the wireless off and use it wired though. Fwiw the N routers aren't that hot either, Ok for BB but complete ***** for file copying.
#9
Shengis
That's no doubt because it's a G router so therefore too slow for a 50mb connection full stop. Bet it works at full speed if you turn the wireless off and use it wired though. Fwiw the N routers aren't that hot either, Ok for BB but complete ***** for file copying.


No .........the WGR614 is not compatible full stop ....even wired .... Virgin supply a new Netgear WNR2000 Router with every 50mb installation.......but i've heard they're even having problems with those now and are supplying Belkin Routers instead....
#10
Mecoconuts
No .........the WGR614 is not compatible full stop ....even wired .... Virgin supply a new Netgear WNR2000 Router with every 50mb installation.......but i've heard they're even having problems with those now and are supplying Belkin Routers instead....


Well anyway, its got sod all to do with this deal so no point in continuing :lol: A switch is a switch, unless its a Cisco ;-)
#11
Mecoconuts
No .........the WGR614 is not compatible full stop ....even wired .... Virgin supply a new Netgear WNR2000 Router with every 50mb installation.......but i've heard they're even having problems with those now and are supplying Belkin Routers instead....


I've got a WNR2000 and get around 80Mb/s over wireless and and more over wired. I see no problem with 50Mb/s using one of these devices.
#12
Will this work in conjunction with a Belkin Powerline network adapter (85Mbps) as seen earlier on HUKD, so that I can connect multiple ethernet devices at a different location to the main modem/router?
#13
Yes it would
#14
i bought this for £12.99 at pcworld last year so far no problems.
#15
It arrived last week and worked straight away!

I had a long 90 foot ethernet cable laid in my house from downstairs, connected to the router then had the other end of the cable connected to this Ethernet switch upstairs.

I have three ethernet cables hooked up to the switch with two computers on each end and an X-box 360.

works amazingly!
#16
Just gone up to £18.38. Was at the lower price until earlier today.

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