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NETGEAR 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE Network Switch, Hub, Internet Splitter (GS308P) - with 4 x PoE - 55W @ Amazon
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NETGEAR 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE Network Switch, Hub, Internet Splitter (GS308P) - with 4 x PoE - 55W @ Amazon

£41.59£60.4031%Amazon Deals
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Posted 8th MarEdited by:"Freelancer"

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Price has dropped to £41.59 for this decent capacity switch.

  • ETHERNET PORT CONFIGURATION: 8 Gigabit ports
  • POWER-OVER-ETHERNET: 4 PoE ports with 53W total power budget
  • PLUG-AND-PLAY: Simple set up with no software to install or configuration needed
  • VERSATILE MOUNTING OPTIONS: Supports desktop or wall mount placement
  • SILENT OPERATION: The fanless design means zero added noise wherever its located, making it ideal for noise-sensitive environments
  • PEACE OF MIND WARRANTY – Covered by an industry-leading 3-year limited hardware warranty
  • ENERGY EFFICIENT: Designed to optimize power usage lowering its cost to operate. Most models are compliant with IEEE802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet mode.

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Has been cheaper before but still a good price if you need this.
What is power over ethernet good for? Any examples?
Mrepg08/03/2020 20:44

What is power over ethernet good for? Any examples?


IP Cameras, hubs, repeaters, IP Phones other small network connected devices
Mrepg08/03/2020 20:44

What is power over ethernet good for? Any examples?


Powering a WAP? POE CCTV camera? That's the 2 I've used POE with, probably many more examples that I can't think of.
Edited by: "bawbagus" 8th Mar
Mrepg08/03/2020 20:44

What is power over ethernet good for? Any examples?


At home mainly CCTV IP cameras that support it, I have wireless access points that use it as well.
I have a virgin router could I connect this to that and also I have bt home Wi-Fi to extend Wi-Fi reach could I connect that Ethernet socket to one of the sockets on this device ?
Yes you can connect them, but not to power up. You will still need power supply sockets next to them. It means you can get cheaper version without Poe support. Switch off DHCP on BT hub as well. Virgin routers have notoriously c*** wireless signal.
Edited by: "Freelancer" 8th Mar
Can run a Raspberry Pi off these with a Pi Hat.
FatherTed08/03/2020 21:50

Can run a Raspberry Pi off these with a Pi Hat.


That was my idea and I think you could. Ideally I’m after a managed switch though as I have 4x pi 4 4gb I wanted to dabble with k3s and create a cluster for hass.io etc
wakkaday08/03/2020 21:10

I have a virgin router could I connect this to that and also I have bt …I have a virgin router could I connect this to that and also I have bt home Wi-Fi to extend Wi-Fi reach could I connect that Ethernet socket to one of the sockets on this device ?


To extend wifi for Vm There is a netgear wifi ,signal repeater it will come up as another wifi signal,enter your router password or press and hold connection button on router and extender and you are connected.
Supports up to 10 devices(each device you want to connect to the repeater/extender will need to enter your router password once) there is a single cable socket as well if you wish to use wired connection but i haven't tried it..
Edited by: "Halfaudio" 9th Mar
Halfaudio09/03/2020 01:22

To extend wifi for Vm There is a netgear wifi ,signal repeater it will …To extend wifi for Vm There is a netgear wifi ,signal repeater it will come up as another wifi signal,enter your router password or press and hold connection button on router and extender and you are connected. Supports up to 10 devices(each device you want to connect to the repeater/extender will need to enter your router password once) there is a single cable socket as well if you wish to use wired connection but i haven't tried it..


I hallways have a bt home Wi-Fi mesh which works well
JamesBrown-2b3d5.9136608/03/2020 22:27

That was my idea and I think you could. Ideally I’m after a managed switch …That was my idea and I think you could. Ideally I’m after a managed switch though as I have 4x pi 4 4gb I wanted to dabble with k3s and create a cluster for hass.io etc


The pi hat is expensive tho for just power
Convenience of having the pi 4s powered by a single device and all located close together in a homeland environment
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