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TP-LINK TL-SG1008D 10/100/1000Mbps 8-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch, 10Gbps Switching Capacity

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8-Port
Plastic Case
  • Supports IEEE 802.3x flow control for Full Duplex mode and backpressure for Half Duplex mode
  • Standards and Protocols: IEEE802.3, 802.3u, 802.3ab, 802.3x, CSMA/CD, TCP/IP Ports: 8x 10/100/1000Mbps Auto-Negotiation RJ45 ports (Auto MDI/MDIX)
  • Basic Function: Wire-speed Performance MAC Address Auto-Learning and Auto-aging
  • IEEE802.3x flow control for Full-Duplex Mode and backpressure for Half-Duplex Mode Backbound Bandwidth: 16Gbps MAC Address Table: 4k
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • 100Base-Tx: UTP category 5, 5e cable (maximum 100m) EIA/TIA-568 100?? STP (maximum 100m) 1000Base-T: UTP category 5, 5e cable (maximum 100m)
  • 8 Gigabit Auto-Negotiation RJ45 ports, Supports Auto MDI / MDIX
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Technical Details

Capacity: 8-Port | Model: Plastic Case
  • Brand Name: TP-Link
  • Model: TL-SG1008D
  • Number of Ports: 8
  • Width: 165 millimeters
  • Height: 28 millimeters
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Product Details

Capacity: 8-Port | Model: Plastic Case
  • Product Dimensions: 1.1 x 5.5 x 7.9 inches ; 15.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001EVGIYG
  • Item model number: TL-SG1008D
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,173 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 19, 2005

Product Description

Capacity: 8-Port | Model: Plastic Case

The TL-SG1008D 8-Port Gigabit Rack-mount Switch provides an easy way to make the transition to Gigabit Ethernet. All 8 ports support auto MDI/MDIX, no need to worry about the cable type. Moreover, with the innovative energy-efficient technology, the TL-SG1008D can save up to 80% of power consumption.

Key Features

Superior Performance

Gigabit port, non-blocking architecture, 802.3x Flow Control - Featured with 8 10/100/1000Mbps ports, TL-SG1008D greatly expands your network capacity, enabling instant large files transfer. So, power users in the home, office, workgroup, or creative production environment can now move large, bandwidth-intensive files faster, and transfer graphics, CGI, CAD, or multimedia files across the network instantly.

Go Green With Your Ethernet

Save power up to 80% - The TL-SG1008D uses green Ethernet technology to make your network compatible without compromising performance. The switch automatically powers down the ports that are idle and budgets power output for different Ethernet cable lengths. It helps you save power up to 80%

Easy to Use

Plug and play & Universal Compatibility - Auto features make the TL-SG1008D plug-and-play and hassle-free. Auto MDI/MDIX eliminates the need for crossover cables. Furthermore, Auto-negotiation on each port senses the link speed of a network device-10, 100, or 1000 Mbps-and intelligently adjusts for compatibility and optimal performance.

Specifications

  • 16Gbps Switching Capacity, 8K MAC address table, 16KB Jumbo Frame, 2MB Buffer Memory
  • 100% Data filtering rate eliminates all error packets
  • Support MAC address auto-learning and auto-aging
  • Support Auto-Negotiation, Store and Forward
  • Fanless desgin to keep a quiet environment
  • Support 100-240V power supply

Package Contents

  • 8-Port Gigabit Switch
  • Power Adapter
  • User Guide

TP-LINK Unmanaged Switches Series

Which Unmanaged Switch is Right for Me?
Model Number
Product Name
5-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch
8-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch
5-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch
8-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch
16-Port Gigabit Desktop/Rackmount Switch
24-Port Gigabit Desktop/Rackmount Switch
16-Port Gigabit Rackmount Switch
24-Port Gigabit Rackmount Switch
Case Material
Plastic
Plastic
Steel
Steel
Steel
Steel
Steel
Steel
Port Number
5
8
5
8
16
24
16
24
Size
Desktop
Desktop
Desktop
Desktop
13-inch
13-inch
19-inch
19-inch
QoS
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IGMP Snooping
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AUTO MDI/MDIX
IEEE 802.3X Flow Control
Power Saving
Plug and Play

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Runs cool ,and I like the metal case.
xkydivr
I get the full gigabit speed streaming from my UnRaid server and files transfer really fast and stable.
jones105
Very easy installation and works great.
Jon H

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

138 of 147 people found the following review helpful By J. Bair on March 24, 2012
Style Name: Plastic CaseSize Name: 5-Port Verified Purchase
I wanted to hard-wire the network for my home theater setup. Most notably, an Xbox 360 (100Mbit), a PS3 (1000Mbit), an AppleTV 3rd gen (100Mbit), and the television itself (LN52B630, unsure about speed). Previous, I had the Xbox plugged in directly to my Airport Extreme over CAT5e, and used the wireless on the PS3/AppleTV. However, I wanted to hard-wire the AppleTV for airplay mirroring to speed things up a bit. And if I was going to split the one gigabit connection into more than one, I figure I might as well wire up everything, and a 5 port gigabit switch was exactly what I needed.

Looking around Amazon, this guy had really top notch reviews. Online research showed NewEgg reviewers giving this little guy glowing reviews, with a few nags here and there. There are a few neat hacks people have done to make this switch even more useful, but I won't get into those. I figured for $20, this little guy should do the trick. Plus, Amazon has a great return policy for faulty products, so why not give it a try. I've been burned by high quality names dying out on me for no good reason, so I figured I'd give this little guy a go.

So far, fantastic! I wasn't able to do a very good test to max out the line speed, but the speed did not change between no switch and the switch over the same wire. I checked all ports and they all worked at 1000BaseT just fine, and latency was consistent across all ports. Also, I confirmed that mixed modes caused no issues, as noted by my above devices. Of the 5 ports, 2 are gigabit (uplink to the Airport Extreme and the PS3), and the AppleTV/Xbox are 100Mbit - the TV is most likely 10BaseT, but it may be 100BaseT. Everything is working together flawlessly, though since it's for a home theater setup, it's not being taxed heavily.

If it dies on me or if things end up not working out, I will be sure to come back and update this review. But I figured I'd toss my two cents for other people running into my situation.
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81 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Bubba Guppy on July 30, 2011
Style Name: Plastic CaseSize Name: 5-Port Verified Purchase
I needed another switch and I bought this one because it was inexpensive, was supposed to be energy-saving, and was well-reviewed across the net.
It works very well, and it runs cool - barely warm to the touch.
Compare that with my Cisco 5-port gigabit switch which is always HOT to the touch.
Heat is wasted electricity and ultimately challenges component reliability.
I would recommend this product to anyone.
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53 of 59 people found the following review helpful By William Van Hefner VINE VOICE on August 25, 2013
Style Name: Metal CaseSize Name: 8-Port Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
When it comes to unmanaged home gigabit ethernet switches, there isn't really much these days that would set one brand apart from another. Gigabit switches pretty much just sit there and do what they are supposed to do without notice, if they are built right. The specs for gigabit switching haven't changed at all over the years, so manufacturers have had to find other ways to set themselves apart. The battlefront these days seems to be who can build switches the smallest, the cheapest or use the least amount of power. TP-Link seems to have settled on the latter, with the release of it's 8 port TL-SG108 gigabit ethernet switch.

So, the question is... Did TP-LINK actually build a switch that uses less power than other models? Yes, they did. Although the tests I conducted were not under sterile, laboratory conditions, they are certainly accurate enough to show that the TP-Link switch uses significantly less power than switches sold just 2-3 years ago. Running idle (no connections or traffic) the TL-SG108 barely draws any current at all. Perhaps 1 Watt, at most, which is most likely consumed by the LEDs it displays to indicate that it is operational. This is a tad better than switches made a generation ago, but consistent with most other desktop switches made these days.

Under a full network load, the most power that I saw the switch consume was about 4 Watts. I used a consumer Kill-A-Watt brand power meter for testing purposes and set out to test some other 8 port desktop gigabit ethernet switches that I had at my office. Using the same ethernet connections on the same network (representing a similar network load) a handful of the newest switches I tested consumed roughly equal amounts of power.
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36 of 41 people found the following review helpful By J. Marsh on October 6, 2012
Style Name: Plastic CaseSize Name: 8-Port Verified Purchase
I can't say much about this little switch except that it does it's job and it's an excellent value. If you're in the market for a switch there's no reason to pass this one up. If you've got a mixed network of 100 Mbps (Fast Ethernet) and 1000 Mbps (Gigabit) equipped machines, this will not only provide your network with switching and throughput your Gigabit machines can take advantage of, it will also improve the performance of your Fast Ethernet devices by providing store-and-forward switching. It has improved throughput on my mixed-mode network considerably even though I only have one device with a Gigabit network card. Streaming videos from my desktop Plex server to my Roku and from iTunes to my AppleTV is now totally seamless, without buffering or either device dropping off the network.

I should note that my Roku and AppleTV were previously connected by 150Mbps wifi, and my new setup is connected as such..
Desktop (Plex media server/iTunes) > TP-Link Gigabit Switch > DSL gateway/router > Cisco 10/100 Switch > Streaming boxes(Roku and AppleTV)
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By IAMSLICK TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 30, 2013
Style Name: Plastic CaseSize Name: 8-Port Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
If you have uVerse, which comes with a 3800HGV 4-port router, and you run out of ports, this switch can easily remedy the problem. Just plug it in to any of the ports on the back of the uVerse router, and then plug devices into the back of this switch, and off you go. Problem solved.

I like how the ports are any-to-any, meaning you can choose any one of the 8 ports to attach to another router, and any of the ports to attach to devices. There are no dedicated uplink ports. I have a Cisco MicroCell, an Ooma Telo, an ObiTalk, a laptop with docking station, a desktop computer, and a network printer all attached to the uVerse router...some directly, and some via this switch. Everything runs perfectly.

This is a great low cost solution to pretty much any home networking need, as far as I can tell.
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