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TP-Link TL-SG1005D 5-Port Desktop Gigabit Ethernet Switch/Hub, Network Splitter - £9.99 (Prime) / £13.48 (Non Prime) delivered @ Amazon
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TP-Link TL-SG1005D 5-Port Desktop Gigabit Ethernet Switch/Hub, Network Splitter - £9.99 (Prime) / £13.48 (Non Prime) delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 2nd Mar

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Plug and play gigabit switch. Comes with 3 years warranty.

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Expanding your wired network is as simple as adding the TP-Link TL-SG1005D Managed Network Switch, featuring five reliable ports.

Worry-free, speedy networking

You won't need to worry about which cable to use thanks to the auto-MDI/MDIX support, which makes it easy to make connections between your devices. It provides excellent connections with the Gigabit Ethernet ports, so you can rely on a swift response.

In addition, the IEEE 802.3x flow control provides reliable data transfer so you can create a stable network and high quality connections between your devices.

Energy efficient

The TLSG1005D includes energy efficient technology, which means that you'll be able to expand your network without needing to worry about increasing energy bills.

With plug and play functionality that takes minimal time to set up, the TP-Link TL-SG1005D Managed Network Switch is perfectly designed to simply expand your network.

  • Plug and play, no configuration required
  • Small and silent desktop network switch with fanless design for quiet operation
  • 5 ports Gigabit Ethernet Splitter - 5 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit auto-negotiation RJ45 ports ideally expand network capacity
  • Green Ethernet technology saves the power up to 85 percent
  • Comes with 3 years manufacturer's warranty

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Horrible wording on the amazon site. This product TLSG1005D is unmanaged and not a "network splitter" or "network hub" its a switch.
Got this for a couple of CCTV cameras and it works well.....it really is plug and play.
Edited by: "dispose3" 2nd Mar
Bought the 8 port version recently to hard-wire my Plex server and TV. Switch does it's job, but has to be switched off when I need to need to use my HDMI over Ethernet extender - causes too much interference.
can someone please explain what this is used for, many thanks
These work well initially but mine didn't even last eight months. Stuffing all my IP camera traffic through it plus internet traffic for the basically the entire house, it didn't like it. I started getting random network dropouts, most evident by broken up timeline bars on my NVR and found this to be the problem. When I fished it out it was hot to the touch and some of the status LED's were partially burned out.

You can get a metal case 8 port Tenda switch for £2.80ish more from box.
freakstyler02/03/2020 12:27

These work well initially but mine didn't even last eight months. Stuffing …These work well initially but mine didn't even last eight months. Stuffing all my IP camera traffic through it plus internet traffic for the basically the entire house, it didn't like it. I started getting random network dropouts, most evident by broken up timeline bars on my NVR and found this to be the problem. When I fished it out it was hot to the touch and some of the status LED's were partially burned out.You can get a metal case 8 port Tenda switch for £2.80ish more from box.



Yours is a similar story to my experience with prior TP-Link products, and based on what I've read of others. The value is there, but this is basically low-tier tat that can't be relied upon long term.
chischis02/03/2020 13:15

Yours is a similar story to my experience with prior TP-Link products, and …Yours is a similar story to my experience with prior TP-Link products, and based on what I've read of others. The value is there, but this is basically low-tier tat that can't be relied upon long term.


Something like this would be ok for stuffing behind a TV to share a network connection between a few not always on devices, using something like this as a backbone handling lots of traffic 24/7 wont end well, at least in my experience. In my opinion its not even cheap, I paid £8 for this from Currys last April, they're feather light with no air vents, in other words designed to fail.

The Tenda 8 port switch I've just replaced this with, even though it only cost £12 is all metal, heavy, well vented and contains a massive heatsink.
freakstyler02/03/2020 13:31

Something like this would be ok for stuffing behind a TV to share a …Something like this would be ok for stuffing behind a TV to share a network connection between a few not always on devices, using something like this as a backbone handling lots of traffic 24/7 wont end well, at least in my experience. In my opinion its not even cheap, I paid £8 for this from Currys last April, they're feather light with no air vents, in other words designed to fail.The Tenda 8 port switch I've just replaced this with, even though it only cost £12 is all metal, heavy, well vented and contains a massive heatsink.


Where did you buy your Tenda 8 port switch from for £12 ?
daedos02/03/2020 11:35

Bought the 8 port version recently to hard-wire my Plex server and TV. …Bought the 8 port version recently to hard-wire my Plex server and TV. Switch does it's job, but has to be switched off when I need to need to use my HDMI over Ethernet extender - causes too much interference.


Plugged in to an extension lead by any chance?
f2raf02/03/2020 11:39

can someone please explain what this is used for, many thanks


Plug it into your router and it gives your more Ethernet ports
f2raf02/03/2020 11:39

can someone please explain what this is used for, many thanks


It splits one network cable into four. But all can be used at the same time. Its essentially a network on your network. (Most routers have 4 ports max... So u can expand that there.... Or ... Run one cable to the living room and use this to connect four devices next to the TV...
daedos02/03/2020 11:35

Bought the 8 port version recently to hard-wire my Plex server and TV. …Bought the 8 port version recently to hard-wire my Plex server and TV. Switch does it's job, but has to be switched off when I need to need to use my HDMI over Ethernet extender - causes too much interference.


Hdmi over Ethernet requires a dedicated cat5......
chischis02/03/2020 13:15

Yours is a similar story to my experience with prior TP-Link products, and …Yours is a similar story to my experience with prior TP-Link products, and based on what I've read of others. The value is there, but this is basically low-tier tat that can't be relied upon long term.


This is more a short term splitter for the kids rooms etc. Ideally a nice Comms case. Individual runs. 😁
the__cat02/03/2020 18:07

Plugged in to an extension lead by any chance?


The switch is plugged in to an extension power block yes, most of the AV equipment is. The HDMI extender Interference was minimal until it started using the switch.
wayne.pearsall02/03/2020 22:02

Hdmi over Ethernet requires a dedicated cat5......


Yes. Am using a dedicated cat 6 cable to send Sky to another room The switch is for home Plex network only. May try a cat 7 cable but easier to try a new switch first.
daedos02/03/2020 22:52

The switch is plugged in to an extension power block yes, most of the AV …The switch is plugged in to an extension power block yes, most of the AV equipment is. The HDMI extender Interference was minimal until it started using the switch.


When the problem occurs is the HDMI extender connected to the same extension at the same time as the switch?
daedos02/03/2020 22:54

Yes. Am using a dedicated cat 6 cable to send Sky to another room The …Yes. Am using a dedicated cat 6 cable to send Sky to another room The switch is for home Plex network only. May try a cat 7 cable but easier to try a new switch first.


Put the switch direct to socket. Rest of stuff to extension.

It's the hdmi sender a network based, or using cat 6 to connect between two points. My guess is there's a "ground loop"... Like with audio...
wayne.pearsall02/03/2020 22:00

It splits one network cable into four. But all can be used at the same …It splits one network cable into four. But all can be used at the same time. Its essentially a network on your network. (Most routers have 4 ports max... So u can expand that there.... Or ... Run one cable to the living room and use this to connect four devices next to the TV...


Tank you
the__cat02/03/2020 23:19

When the problem occurs is the HDMI extender connected to the same …When the problem occurs is the HDMI extender connected to the same extension at the same time as the switch?



wayne.pearsall02/03/2020 23:42

Put the switch direct to socket. Rest of stuff to extension. It's the hdmi …Put the switch direct to socket. Rest of stuff to extension. It's the hdmi sender a network based, or using cat 6 to connect between two points. My guess is there's a "ground loop"... Like with audio...


I thought you guys had cracked it... alas no. Played around with it yesterday - diff ethernet cable+route for the extender, diff power supply for the switch, using a diff plug point (via extension), then later on plugging it directly in the wall as suggested. Worked great last night, then today lots of interference again. Unplugged the switch and interference went. The interference goes immediately when the switch is unplugged so I'm sure that's the source source.

@wayne Not sure if that was a question. The HDMI extender is a simple cat 6 connection, no network.

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Edited by: "daedos" 4th Mar
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