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TP-Link LS108G 8-Port Desktop/Wallmount Gigabit Ethernet Switch, Steel Case - £13.99 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
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TP-Link LS108G 8-Port Desktop/Wallmount Gigabit Ethernet Switch, Steel Case - £13.99 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)

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Posted 2nd Dec 2019

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Good price for the 8 port switch.
  • 10/100/1000Mbos Auto-Negotiation RJ45 port supporting Auto-MDI/MDIX
  • Green Ethernet technology saves power
  • IEEE 802.3X flow control provides reliable data transfer
  • Steel housing, desktop or wall-mounting design
  • Plug and play, no configuration needed
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Good price for this. Have notifications on for switch alerts
Beat me to it.. it's a regular price dropper...but great price for a solid switch....
I have the managed version of this and the 5 port switch! Nice devices, built well and work.
This may be a stupid question but do these just give you extra ethernet ports on your existing router, as if they do just what I need 4 is just not enough!
scottydogg8102/12/2019 09:49

This may be a stupid question but do these just give you extra ethernet …This may be a stupid question but do these just give you extra ethernet ports on your existing router, as if they do just what I need 4 is just not enough!


Yes extra ports, plug one of your router ports into this, and the other 7 are now connected to your router
scottydogg8102/12/2019 09:49

This may be a stupid question but do these just give you extra ethernet …This may be a stupid question but do these just give you extra ethernet ports on your existing router, as if they do just what I need 4 is just not enough!


Yes. They're useful if you have multiple devices in one area, you can run a single cable from your router and then split instead of multiple cables.
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