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TP-Link LS108G 8-Port Desktop/Wallmount Gigabit Ethernet Switch/Hub, Network Splitter, Plug and play, Steel Case £13.49 @ Amazon

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Durable Metal Casing

Sturdy, compact metal casing ensures a long product life, with desktop/wall-mounting design, to meet your needs in any environment. Besides, fanless design ensures quiet operation.

Gigabit Ports For Faster Speeds

Increase the speed of your network with the LS108G 8-port Gigabit desktop switch. Non-blocking, 8 10/100/1000Mbps ports enables instant transferring of large, bandwidth intensive files without interference.

QoS For Fluent Online Experience

Administrators can designate the priority of traffic based on QoS, for example, to ensure that voice and video applications remain clear and lag-free.

Go Green with Your Ethernet

Have the choice to go green when upgrading to a gigabit network. This LiteWave LS108G 8-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch features the innovative energy-efficient technologies that can greatly expand your network capacity with much less power.

Brand - TP-Link
Number of ports - 8
Included components - Installation Guide, Power Adapter, 8-Port 10/100/1000Mbps Desktop/Wallmount Switch
Colour - Green
Switch type - Flow Switch

About this item

- 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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    Not gonna lie.

    Ethernet switches, HDMI switches, USB hubs and the like....

    ...they excite me. I feel like I must buy, buy, buy.
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    I believe there is a mismatch in description.

    It says power 5V, 600mA but TP-link doesn't sell 5V powered 8port switches, only 9V so no option to power it from USB port
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    teddybeers21/04/2022 09:29

    I believe there is a mismatch in description.It says power 5V, 600mA but …I believe there is a mismatch in description.It says power 5V, 600mA but TP-link doesn't sell 5V powered 8port switches, only 9V so no option to power it from USB port



    Assuming it uses a standard 2.1mm barrel type plug, for around £2 you can buy special USB cables from the likes of Aliexpress that will boost the voltage from 5v to 9v at around 700mA max current.
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    rav4cas21/04/2022 11:22

    Anyone know the difference (apart from the price) between this one and the …Anyone know the difference (apart from the price) between this one and the TP-Link TL-SG108S, 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Network Premium Switch?


    I was wondering the same. As far as I can see, the only difference is that TL-SG108S supports IGMP snooping while LS108G does not support it. To be honest, I doubt it makes any difference for small home networks.
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    Back up to £16.98.
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    Aerobiz21/04/2022 08:22

    Not gonna lie.Ethernet switches, HDMI switches, USB hubs and the …Not gonna lie.Ethernet switches, HDMI switches, USB hubs and the like.......they excite me. I feel like I must buy, buy, buy.


    Thank you for your honesty.

    It's only when brave people like you come forward that the rest of us know we're not alone in this
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    Its not a network hub and its not a network spliter .. I know the op copied the amazon title, but its one of those annoying titles that is incorrect
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    taras21/04/2022 09:26

    Its not a network hub and its not a network spliter .. I know the op …Its not a network hub and its not a network spliter .. I know the op copied the amazon title, but its one of those annoying titles that is incorrect



    My guess is that they’re trying to catch people when searching, especially since ‘hub’ and ‘splitter’ are potential search terms casuals might use when they actually need a switch.
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    wilburscoville919121/04/2022 10:56

    Can someone please help me here. I've ordered this and I want to use it to …Can someone please help me here. I've ordered this and I want to use it to accept a cat6 from the router and send out several cat6 to separate rooms. I assume this will work?


    Yes, that will work.
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    Can someone please help me here. I've ordered this and I want to use it to accept a cat6 from the router and send out several cat6 to separate rooms. I assume this will work?
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    Anyone know the difference (apart from the price) between this one and the TP-Link TL-SG108S, 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Network Premium Switch?
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    Pretty sure that I don't need this and that it will do nothing more than my now aging netgear 8 port (white plastic) switch. But this one is metal cased.... why does that seem so much more tempting?
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    Great deal. Deserves more Heat
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    I'm currently re-wiring my house - everything is back to brick.
    Wired ethernet ports in most rooms, the virgin internet Hub in the loft and Wifi-Mesh around the house.

    Is this device here what I need for connectivity to all rooms from the Wifi-Mesh, that now acts as the router?

    (Also, if any of you knowledgeable lot think I've forgotten anything re: media-based wiring before plastering up, please let me know so far sorted; TV cable, Ethernet cable, considering HDMI (floor to TV mount position)) (edited)
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    wilburscoville919121/04/2022 10:56

    Can someone please help me here. I've ordered this and I want to use it to …Can someone please help me here. I've ordered this and I want to use it to accept a cat6 from the router and send out several cat6 to separate rooms. I assume this will work?


    You don't need chunky cat6 for it at all.

    It's only 1gbe so literally any cheapest cable wil work.
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    teddybeers21/04/2022 21:14

    You don't need chunky cat6 for it at all.It's only 1gbe so literally any …You don't need chunky cat6 for it at all.It's only 1gbe so literally any cheapest cable wil work.


    Thanks. I'll be dropping the cables through the weeks so was thinking to put cat6 in to future proof it really.

    HSunny21/04/2022 18:18

    I'm currently re-wiring my house - everything is back to brick.Wired …I'm currently re-wiring my house - everything is back to brick.Wired ethernet ports in most rooms, the virgin internet Hub in the loft and Wifi-Mesh around the house.Is this device here what I need for connectivity to all rooms from the Wifi-Mesh, that now acts as the router?(Also, if any of you knowledgeable lot think I've forgotten anything re: media-based wiring before plastering up, please let me know so far sorted; TV cable, Ethernet cable, considering HDMI (floor to TV mount position))


    Terrestrial tv cable? I'm not sure it's the best approach to feed the rooms ethernet from the mesh unless the mesh is linked by ethernet rather than wi-fi (edited)
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    wilburscoville919121/04/2022 22:35

    Thanks. I'll be dropping the cables through the weeks so was thinking to …Thanks. I'll be dropping the cables through the weeks so was thinking to put cat6 in to future proof it really.Terrestrial tv cable? I'm not sure it's the best approach to feed the rooms ethernet from the mesh unless the mesh is linked by ethernet rather than wi-fi


    For a future proving you really want to use at least fully shielded cat6a or cat7.
    Yet, future is uncertain as 10gbe rj45 equipment costs a fortune, especially switches. Even 2.5gbe is overpriced and yet just enough to cover speed of 3.5" hard drive but to slow already just for SSD.

    Optics could be taking a lead or maybe we gonna see something completely new.

    There is no really fast fairly affordable domestic Ethernet option at the moment.

    The end... of my moaning session. (edited)
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    wilburscoville919121/04/2022 22:35

    Thanks. I'll be dropping the cables through the weeks so was thinking to …Thanks. I'll be dropping the cables through the weeks so was thinking to put cat6 in to future proof it really.Terrestrial tv cable? I'm not sure it's the best approach to feed the rooms ethernet from the mesh unless the mesh is linked by ethernet rather than wi-fi


    Digital, will include terrestrial.

    Okay, so you suggest the following:

    Virgin modem --[Ethernet Cable]--> WiFi Mesh --[Ethernet Cable]--> Ethernet Hub --[Ethernet Cable]--> Devices around the house

    Note: the primary mesh connected to the modem is linked by ethernet cable

    (edited)
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