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TP-Link TL-SF1005D 5-Port 10/100Mbps Ethernet Switch £9.77 delivered at Amazon (or £5.78 each - Free delivery with Prime or £10 spend)

£9.77 @ Amazon
Can't see this posted before, and gets great reviews. Just got one to go behind my TV - splits a powerline to my TV, AV amp, ps4, and freesat box ☺ 8 port version is £10.73. Read More
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2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
Can't see this posted before, and gets great reviews.

Just got one to go behind my TV - splits a powerline to my TV, AV amp, ps4, and freesat box ☺

8 port version is £10.73.
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1 Like #1
Great deal - You can't really beat this can you :)
[mod]#2
Thanks for posting. I’ve added the price including postage.
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andywedge
Thanks for posting. I’ve added the price including postage.
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Jonnyblock
andywedge
Thanks for posting. I’ve added the price including postage.
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Looks like someone else edited after I had edited it. I have now edited it again.

Please see this thread here for further information as to why postage costs have been included.


Edited By: andywedge on Jan 12, 2015 18:46
#5
andywedge
Jonnyblock
andywedge
Thanks for posting. I’ve added the price including postage.
Here’s a ‘Help’ link which gives tips and advice on thread posting.

? Title hasn't changed
Looks like someone else edited after I had edited it. I have now edited it again.

Please see this thread here for further information as to why postage costs have been included.

But many people have Prime so it's also worth reminding them of the individual item cost for them in the title too in my opinion.
#6
Wish I needed one but my TP-Link router is doing the job of spitting the superhub connections. Looks like a smoking hot deal, never had any problems with TP-link products.
#7
mogsog
Wish I needed one but my TP-Link router is doing the job of spitting the superhub connections. Looks like a smoking hot deal, never had any problems with TP-link products.

Can any old wireless hub be used as an ethernet switch?
[mod] 1 Like #8
Jonnyblock
andywedge
Jonnyblock
andywedge
Thanks for posting. I’ve added the price including postage.
Here’s a ‘Help’ link which gives tips and advice on thread posting.


? Title hasn't changed

Looks like someone else edited after I had edited it. I have now edited it again.

Please see this thread here for further information as to why postage costs have been included.


But many people have Prime so it's also worth reminding them of the individual item cost for them in the title too in my opinion.

Or as is the case here, you may as well buy two (or something else to take the overall cost to over a tenner) if you don't have Prime as the postage cost takes it to almost a tenner anyway

See this thread here and feel free to contribute
1 Like #9
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Wish I needed one but my TP-Link router is doing the job of spitting the superhub connections. Looks like a smoking hot deal, never had any problems with TP-link products.

Can any old wireless hub be used as an ethernet switch?

Yeah, most wireless routers come with 4 ethernet ports you can use so if you want something with a bit more control than your superhub (or other bb provider modem) you may want to fork out the cash for a router which can be a switch too.

I got a TP-Link TL-WR841N and flashed it with open-wrt to implement ad-blocking from the router.

Edited By: mogsog on Jan 12, 2015 19:01
#10
mogsog
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Wish I needed one but my TP-Link router is doing the job of spitting the superhub connections. Looks like a smoking hot deal, never had any problems with TP-link products.

Can any old wireless hub be used as an ethernet switch?

Yeah, most wireless routers come with 4 ethernet ports you can use so if you want something with a bit more control than your superhub you may want to fork out the cash for a router which can be a switch too.

I got a TP-Link TL-WR841N and flashed it with open-wrt to implement ad-blocking from the router.

So it's not just as simple as using my old Virgin wireless router as an Ethernet switch where a power line comes out behind my TV?
#11
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Wish I needed one but my TP-Link router is doing the job of spitting the superhub connections. Looks like a smoking hot deal, never had any problems with TP-link products.

Can any old wireless hub be used as an ethernet switch?

Yeah, most wireless routers come with 4 ethernet ports you can use so if you want something with a bit more control than your superhub you may want to fork out the cash for a router which can be a switch too.

I got a TP-Link TL-WR841N and flashed it with open-wrt to implement ad-blocking from the router.

So it's not just as simple as using my old Virgin wireless router as an Ethernet switch where a power line comes out behind my TV?

Hmm no most virgin media routers are actually routers and modems combined, they need to receive the raw internet connection via coaxial and not ethernet. Sadly they don't have a switch mode.
#12
Excuse my ignorance,, lack of knowledge, can this be used to convert a 2 lan router into a 5 lan
#13
mogsog
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Wish I needed one but my TP-Link router is doing the job of spitting the superhub connections. Looks like a smoking hot deal, never had any problems with TP-link products.

Can any old wireless hub be used as an ethernet switch?

Yeah, most wireless routers come with 4 ethernet ports you can use so if you want something with a bit more control than your superhub you may want to fork out the cash for a router which can be a switch too.

I got a TP-Link TL-WR841N and flashed it with open-wrt to implement ad-blocking from the router.

So it's not just as simple as using my old Virgin wireless router as an Ethernet switch where a power line comes out behind my TV?

Hmm no most virgin media routers are actually routers and modems combined, they need to receive the raw internet connection via coaxial and not ethernet. Sadly they don't have a switch mode.

My old one has a modem which then ran a cable into a netgear router...
#14
Cheers OP
#15
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Wish I needed one but my TP-Link router is doing the job of spitting the superhub connections. Looks like a smoking hot deal, never had any problems with TP-link products.

Can any old wireless hub be used as an ethernet switch?

Yeah, most wireless routers come with 4 ethernet ports you can use so if you want something with a bit more control than your superhub you may want to fork out the cash for a router which can be a switch too.

I got a TP-Link TL-WR841N and flashed it with open-wrt to implement ad-blocking from the router.

So it's not just as simple as using my old Virgin wireless router as an Ethernet switch where a power line comes out behind my TV?

Hmm no most virgin media routers are actually routers and modems combined, they need to receive the raw internet connection via coaxial and not ethernet. Sadly they don't have a switch mode.

My old one has a modem which then ran a cable into a netgear router...

In which case providing the powerline adapter can move the unmanaged internet connection over from the superhub in modem mode over to the other powerline adapter to your old router then you should be able to split your connection from the router. Then you get the issue of whether or not using that old router for the wireless in your house is going to cause issues, can it only run on g rather then n or ac? You might just be better off buying the switch or a new router.
#16
mogsog
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Wish I needed one but my TP-Link router is doing the job of spitting the superhub connections. Looks like a smoking hot deal, never had any problems with TP-link products.

Can any old wireless hub be used as an ethernet switch?

Yeah, most wireless routers come with 4 ethernet ports you can use so if you want something with a bit more control than your superhub you may want to fork out the cash for a router which can be a switch too.

I got a TP-Link TL-WR841N and flashed it with open-wrt to implement ad-blocking from the router.

So it's not just as simple as using my old Virgin wireless router as an Ethernet switch where a power line comes out behind my TV?

Hmm no most virgin media routers are actually routers and modems combined, they need to receive the raw internet connection via coaxial and not ethernet. Sadly they don't have a switch mode.

My old one has a modem which then ran a cable into a netgear router...

In which case providing the powerline adapter can move the unmanaged internet connection over from the superhub in modem mode over to the other powerline adapter to your old router then you should be able to split your connection from the router. Then you get the issue of whether or not using that old router for the wireless in your house is going to cause issues, can it only run on g rather then n or ac? You might just be better off buying the switch or a new router.

Yeah well I've bought the switch now :D
Thanks for indulging my musings though!
1 Like #17
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Wish I needed one but my TP-Link router is doing the job of spitting the superhub connections. Looks like a smoking hot deal, never had any problems with TP-link products.

Can any old wireless hub be used as an ethernet switch?

Yeah, most wireless routers come with 4 ethernet ports you can use so if you want something with a bit more control than your superhub you may want to fork out the cash for a router which can be a switch too.

I got a TP-Link TL-WR841N and flashed it with open-wrt to implement ad-blocking from the router.

So it's not just as simple as using my old Virgin wireless router as an Ethernet switch where a power line comes out behind my TV?

Hmm no most virgin media routers are actually routers and modems combined, they need to receive the raw internet connection via coaxial and not ethernet. Sadly they don't have a switch mode.

My old one has a modem which then ran a cable into a netgear router...

In which case providing the powerline adapter can move the unmanaged internet connection over from the superhub in modem mode over to the other powerline adapter to your old router then you should be able to split your connection from the router. Then you get the issue of whether or not using that old router for the wireless in your house is going to cause issues, can it only run on g rather then n or ac? You might just be better off buying the switch or a new router.

Yeah well I've bought the switch now :D
Thanks for indulging my musings though!

No problem, good choice for the money it's not worth of effort of tarting about with the old router.
1 Like #18
I use this to run a cable from my router to my room so my pc, xbox etc can use a cable as the wireless is rubbish in the 17th building I live in. Had it a while, and never had problems..
#19
tsdwam
Excuse my ignorance,, lack of knowledge, can this be used to convert a 2 lan router into a 5 lan

Yes (if I understand your question right)
#20
Good deal, voted hot
And bought :)
#21
cuzzy
Postage re added to title, please dont remove.


I removed it. Games and Blue Rays are fine to not include delivery from Amazon but this has to have it included. Can't have different rules for one retailer can we? Should all posts from Amazon regardless of the product now have delivery included in the price?
#22
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mogsog
Jonnyblock
mogsog
Wish I needed one but my TP-Link router is doing the job of spitting the superhub connections. Looks like a smoking hot deal, never had any problems with TP-link products.

Can any old wireless hub be used as an ethernet switch?

Yeah, most wireless routers come with 4 ethernet ports you can use so if you want something with a bit more control than your superhub (or other bb provider modem) you may want to fork out the cash for a router which can be a switch too.

I got a TP-Link TL-WR841N and flashed it with open-wrt to implement ad-blocking from the router.

I don't no how I managed it really but I have 2 wireless routers set up.in my house. one is the superhub and one is a on networks router.(cheap) both wireless work and I have four ports on each router to use for wired lan
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oUkTuRkEyIII
cuzzy
Postage re added to title, please dont remove.

I removed it. Games and Blue Rays are fine to not include delivery from Amazon but this has to have it included. Can't have different rules for one retailer can we? Should all posts from Amazon regardless of the product now have delivery included in the price?

Hi please don't remove MOD amended delivery prices - the Amazon deal thread examples you quoted in the spammed duplicate of this offer were two weeks old - newer threads for Amazon items not covered by free delivery should now include those delivery costs in the deal price if applicable - see thread below for further discussion

https://www.hotukdeals.com/feedback/delivery-costs-should-included-price-2112472

thanks :)
#24
£9.77 delivered? Might as well spend less, go green, increase ports to 8 and up bandwidth to gigabit @ £9.69 delivered via Dabs
http://www.dabs.com/products/d-link-8-port-10-100-1000-green-ethernet-gigabit-switch-2VZW.html
#25
Flipd
£9.77 delivered? Might as well spend less, go green, increase ports to 8 and up bandwidth to gigabit @ £9.69 delivered via Dabs
http://www.dabs.com/products/d-link-8-port-10-100-1000-green-ethernet-gigabit-switch-2VZW.html

£5.78 with Prime which anyone can get as a free trial.
#26
Jonnyblock
Flipd
£9.77 delivered? Might as well spend less, go green, increase ports to 8 and up bandwidth to gigabit @ £9.69 delivered via Dabs
http://www.dabs.com/products/d-link-8-port-10-100-1000-green-ethernet-gigabit-switch-2VZW.html

£5.78 with Prime which anyone can get as a free trial.
Not when you've already had one free trial, lol (unless of course an existing customer goes down the grey route of opening a new account!).
#27
Flipd
Jonnyblock
Flipd
£9.77 delivered? Might as well spend less, go green, increase ports to 8 and up bandwidth to gigabit @ £9.69 delivered via Dabs
http://www.dabs.com/products/d-link-8-port-10-100-1000-green-ethernet-gigabit-switch-2VZW.html

£5.78 with Prime which anyone can get as a free trial.
Not when you've already had one free trial, lol (unless of course an existing customer goes down the grey route of opening a new account!).

I've had two, they offer you another one after a while. Plus many people have never tried it.

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