NETGEAR GS308P-100UKS 8-Port Gigabit Switch with 4-Port PoE (can use with PoE CCTV Cameras) £49.99 @ Amazon
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NETGEAR GS308P-100UKS 8-Port Gigabit Switch with 4-Port PoE (can use with PoE CCTV Cameras) £49.99 @ Amazon

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Found 1st May
Cheapest price it seems to go on Amazon.

Please note this is not the standard GS308 8 port switch which goes for around £15-£20. This one has 4 PoE ports to provide power to devices like CCTV cameras.

Eight copper 10/100/1000 Mbps RJ-45 Ethernet ports.
Ports 1-4 are PoE 802.af capable of providing up to 15.4W per port (but not to exceed 53W total across all active PoE ports).
Power up to 4 PoE-capable devices (wireless access points, VOIP phones, IP security cameras, etc).
Fanless design for silent operation.
LEDs for Power/PoE Max/Port Speed.
Auto-MDI/MDIX eliminates the need for crossover cables.
802.3x Flow Control
802.1p QoS and DSCP
802.3 az Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) compliance
Ideal for small office and home networks

Eight auto-sensing Gigabit Ethernet ports with four PoE 802.3af ports (ports 1-4)
Power-Over-Ethernet (PoE) ports provide data and power up to 15.4 W per port (up to 53 W total PoE power across all PoE connected devices) on a single CAT5 (or better) cable
Plug-and-play auto connect to router and modem using any port
Durable and rugged metal case with fanless design for silent operation - ideal for small office and home networks

11 Comments

Is this a reverse two way duplex variant

Original Poster

Unsure why this is going cold. This is a PoE switch not the standard GS308 which is usually around £15.

The reviews seem good for this unless I am missing some knowledge experts may have.

Original Poster

DoctorDeals

Is this a reverse two way duplex variant


Unsure what you mean by this. Are you wanting to send power from a device to the switch?

I've ordered one to connect to PoE CCTV cameras (send power to the cameras so they work + can transmit the data back) and to a NVR (to record the camera streams).

thetarget

Unsure what you mean by this. Are you wanting to send power from a … Unsure what you mean by this. Are you wanting to send power from a device to the switch?I've ordered one to connect to PoE CCTV cameras (send power to the cameras so they work + can transmit the data back) and to a NVR (to record the camera streams).



​Yes indeed. which cameras are you using please?. I am researching get a couple

Hot from me. Thanks, just what I needed after a lightning strike took out two ports of my last one..

I'm using Hikvision cameras like THIS

DoctorDeals

Is this a reverse two way duplex variant


duplex I know of course but the rest....

DoctorDeals

Yes indeed. which cameras are you using please?. I am researching get a … Yes indeed. which cameras are you using please?. I am researching get a couple



Take a look at the Dahua Starlight model range, check out IPCAMTALK.COM as these seem to be the brand of choice, only 2MP but amazing nighttime images.

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mikemod

Hot from me. Thanks, just what I needed after a lightning strike took out … Hot from me. Thanks, just what I needed after a lightning strike took out two ports of my last one..I'm using Hikvision cameras like THIS


I thinking of getting one of those to see what they are like and then order another if the range and angle is fine for my needs.

Are you using a NVR in your set-up? If so, which one.

Do you encounter any bandwidth issues on the rest of your network? I ordered a Hikvision NVR without PoE built in from a recent deal on here but now I am concerned whether I should have ordered one with some PoE ports.

Originally I planned to put the NVR in the loft but now I've read that is probably not a suitable place. Maybe the PoE switch would be okay there as I had a plug socket fitted up there ages ago. Then just run a cable to the NVR. Need to think of somewhere to hide the NVR but near to a power socket.

Original Poster

DoctorDeals

Yes indeed. which cameras are you using please?. I am researching get a … Yes indeed. which cameras are you using please?. I am researching get a couple



Looking to order the one mikemod has linked to.

thetarget

I thinking of getting one of those to see what they are like and then … I thinking of getting one of those to see what they are like and then order another if the range and angle is fine for my needs. Are you using a NVR in your set-up? If so, which one.Do you encounter any bandwidth issues on the rest of your network? I ordered a Hikvision NVR without PoE built in from a recent deal on here but now I am concerned whether I should have ordered one with some PoE ports.Originally I planned to put the NVR in the loft but now I've read that is probably not a suitable place. Maybe the PoE switch would be okay there as I had a plug socket fitted up there ages ago. Then just run a cable to the NVR. Need to think of somewhere to hide the NVR but near to a power socket.



Great cameras, excellent quality, I am running two of these into a Synology NAS running their surveillance software.
Good night quality as well, I live out in the country so when it is dark it is pitch black.

I have never noticed any bandwidth problems on my network, I am running a NETGEAR GS724T-400EUS as my main switch.
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