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NETGEAR 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE Network Switch (4 PoE) £41.49 Amazon
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What's the difference between PoE or not
TellyLover13/01/2020 08:56

What's the difference between PoE or not


Power over Ethernet, can power compatible devices such as security cameras, access points without the need for a separate power adaptor/cable.
Heat added.
TellyLover13/01/2020 08:56

What's the difference between PoE or not


PoE is used to power devices via the ethernet cable, you'd know if you needed it.
If you don't need PoE then you can save a huge amount buying without, the non PoE version costs half this
I don’t know why PoE impresses me so much.
Heat added, great price
Unmanaged I guess?
Is it possible to run the Ubiquiti APs off of this?
qal1h13/01/2020 10:26

Is it possible to run the Ubiquiti APs off of this?


Yes aslong as they are the newer ones which are fully poe 802.3af compliant
malachi13/01/2020 09:55

Unmanaged I guess?



Yes, which makes it not great for use with most IP Cameras, still great buy if you after one for AP's, etc.
ukle13/01/2020 15:54

Yes, which makes it not great for use with most IP Cameras, still great …Yes, which makes it not great for use with most IP Cameras, still great buy if you after one for AP's, etc.


Why do you need managed for IP camera? Genuine question, could save me doing it wrong!
tristan_k9013/01/2020 17:56

Why do you need managed for IP camera? Genuine question, could save me …Why do you need managed for IP camera? Genuine question, could save me doing it wrong!


Can't talk for original poster, but I segregate my networks with managed switches so that (potentially dodgy) IP cameras are not on the same network (VLANs) as my other devices.
MiniMax13/01/2020 18:04

Can't talk for original poster, but I segregate my networks with managed …Can't talk for original poster, but I segregate my networks with managed switches so that (potentially dodgy) IP cameras are not on the same network (VLANs) as my other devices.


Ah okay thanks makes perfect sense. If the router has VLAN capability (mine does..), I'm guessing you could just do it from there and use a cheap switch in the loft (where the cameras will be run from)?
Thanks, been looking for a reputable PoE switch to migrate from a proprietary PoE nvr to a Shinobi setup. This looks just the ticket at a good discounted price, thanks. Ordered and heat. Will block camera Internet access at the router. Would like to separate traffic onto VLANs but at this price I can compromise .
Bought one of these for my son for Christmas. He bawled his eyes out on Christmas day... He said he wanted a "switch"... He could have told me it was Nintendo.
Dolphin0114/01/2020 06:21

Bought one of these for my son for Christmas. He bawled his eyes out on …Bought one of these for my son for Christmas. He bawled his eyes out on Christmas day... He said he wanted a "switch"... He could have told me it was Nintendo.


Ho ho ho......

C+ for effort
I just bought the business grade version of this (GS108PE) from eBay for £20. They are built like tanks, so didn't mind dabbling in the used market.
Been keeping an eye out for a 16 port version. No deals have come up yet
£54.99 now
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