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TP-Link TL-SG1005D 5-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch was £29.49 now £12.98 & FREE Delivery @ Amazon
TP-Link TL-SG1005D 5-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch was £29.49 now £12.98 & FREE Delivery @ Amazon

TP-Link TL-SG1005D 5-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch was £29.49 now £12.98 & FREE Delivery @ Amazon

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Need one of these to provide hard wired connections to the bedrooms for TV boxes and this seems to fit the bill for a good price,

Increase the speed of your computer network with the TL-SG1005D Five-Port Unmanaged Gigabit Desktop Switch from TP-LINK. Suitable for the home, the office, a workgroup, or a creative production environment, this device can improve your network server and backbone connections to speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps. This ensures that graphics, CGI, CAD, or multimedia files and other applications with bandwidth-intensive files are transferred across the network almost instantly. Diagnostic LED indicators help you quickly detect and respond to network problems, while power-saving features.

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Cold as they have always been this price if you just look around especially on ebay

I've had one of these for 6ish months now. was a bit dubious at first due to the cheap price, bit so far its never missed a beat!

I have two of these...they're very good but the other poster is right...always been at this price...or around it. Been tracking it for a couple of weeks as I need a third.

Good bit of kit, got two of these as well and they've never skipped a beat

Agree with all of the above. I have 2. These can sometimes be found even cheaper at DABS.

PeteBest

Good bit of kit, got two of these as well and they've never skipped a beat



Do these run cool?
I'm asking because I've got a netgear gigbit switch with does and I think it's a good point.

The majority of home users might find this more basic 5 port 100Mbps switch better value at £6.21:
amazon.co.uk/gp/…-21
Edited by: "Raz23" 15th Jul 2014

Raz23

The majority of home users might find this more basic 5 port 100Mbps … The majority of home users might find this more basic 5 port 100Mbps switch better value at £6.21: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000FNFSPY/?tag=ho01f-21


Slow for a network that has NAS attached - needs to be Gigabit (1000)

Cold - they are always this price!!
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These are nicely hackable - both to convert them to managed and to link several without tying up ports by using the RGMII interface. To be honest, I don't think that most home computer networks *need* gigabit speeds - but when everything (except possibly the WAN connection) already is equipped for it, it does seem a pretty cheap "nice to have".

These are nicely hackable - both to convert them to managed

- now that's very cool ...

Hootwo

- now that's very cool ...


Dont keep it a secret , spill teh beenz ...

cooliusxp

Cold - they are always this price!!



True, but I think the more people use TPLINK over netgear or dlink, the better (as they are cheaper and more reliable)

GwanGy

Dont keep it a secret , spill teh beenz ...



From what I could find, it involves adding circuitry. Not just a firmware hack.

similar price to what I have paid previously. Great items though. Got 3 in my home network giving me gigabit speeds for file transfers

jasee

Do these run cool?I'm asking because I've got a netgear gigbit switch … Do these run cool?I'm asking because I've got a netgear gigbit switch with does and I think it's a good point.



Yep, considerably less than an router, top merely gets slightly warm not hot on my upstairs one

Thanks, was looking for one of these - grabbed it

Grrrrrrrrrrr

These are nicely hackable - both to convert them to managed and to link … These are nicely hackable - both to convert them to managed and to link several without tying up ports by using the RGMII interface. To be honest, I don't think that most home computer networks *need* gigabit speeds - but when everything (except possibly the WAN connection) already is equipped for it, it does seem a pretty cheap "nice to have".



Do these have a physical rgmii interface?
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