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TP-Link 5 Port Gigabit Ethernet Network Switch | Plug and Play | Desktop or Wall-Mounting | Plastic Case Ethernet Splitter | Fanless | Traffic Optimization | Unmanaged (TL-SG1005D)
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- PLUG-AND-PLAY - Easy setup with no configuration or no software needed
- ETHERNET SPLITTER - Connectivity to your router or modem router for additional wired connections (laptop, gaming console, printer, etc)
- 5 Port GIGABIT ETHERNET - 5 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit auto-negotiation RJ45 ports greatly expand network capacity
- COST EFFECTIVE - Fanless Quiet Design, Desktop design
- RELIABLE - IEEE 802.3x flow control provides reliable data transfer
- UP to 80% Power Saving - Automatically adjusts power consumption according to the link status and cable length
- AUTO-NEGOTIATION - Supports Auto-MDI/MDIX, eliminating the need for crossover cables
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Gigabit Ports For Faster Speeds
Increase the speed of your network with the TL-SG1005D 5-port Gigabit desktop switch. Non-blocking, 5 10/100/1000Mbps ports enables instant transferring of large, bandwidth intensive files without interference.
Plug and Play
The auto features of this gigabit switch make installation plug and play and hassle-free. No configuring is required. Auto MDI/MDIX eliminate the need for crossover cables. Auto-negotiation on each port senses the link speed of a network device and intelligently adjusts for compatibility and optimal performance.
Go Green with Your Ethernet
Have the choice to go green when upgrading to a gigabit network. This new generation TL-SG1005D 5-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch features the innovative energy-efficient technologies that can greatly expand your network capacity with much less power.
Faster Network Response Times
The non-blocking switching architecture adopted in the Five-Port Unmanaged Gigabit Desktop Switch greatly improves network response times and significantly speeds up the traffic between subnets by forwarding and filtering packets at full wire speed for maximum throughput.
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The TL-SG1005D 5-Port Gigabit Rack-mount Switch provides an easy way to make the transition to Gigabit Ethernet. All 5 ports support auto MDI/MDIX, no need to worry about the cable type. Moreover, with the innovative energy-efficient technology, the TL-SG1005D can save up to 70% of power consumption. Interface Available: 8 x 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 Ports, AUTO Negotiation/AUTO MDI/MDIX; Protocols Supported: IEEE 802.3i/802.3u/ 802.3ab/802.3x
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I mean it is pretty self explanatory plug it between a end device (computer/ gamesystem etc) and an ACTIVE ROUTER that you have either assigned static IPs of the end devices or has DHCP active. This does not assign anything. I saw some people rate it 1 star because they connected it from a modem to other devices.. most modems are bridge adapters from the cable provider coaxial to an actual router. Some companies like comcast have dual purpose modem routers but bottom line is you need a switch to add connections to a router assigning IPs not to connect from a raw modem signal to multiple devices that have no IPs assigned. I thought this was somewhat common sense seeing as mainly tech savvy related people buy network switches but alas it still needs to be said.
I am writing this review under having purchased the 5 port switch but as I have multiple devices and game systems in the viscinity on a upstairs floor, I am seeing the need to get a 8port switch to extend connectivity. I would advise against crossing switches (1 switch connecting to another switch for more ports) and suggest just getting a larger port unit. Crossing switches has a tendency to result in mismanaged bandwidth unless it is managed through a web portal which these are not. Chose these over the netgear ones due to design and history I have with it.
Again the main issue people are having is not realizing they did not purchase a gigabit switch.. fast ethernet version is cheap for a reason. It is an antique at this point and is not worth the few dollars discount over a full gigabit speed switch.
I will note that the switch I received is a little different that what is pictured on the Amazon product page and the other 4 that I had purchased previously. Current models being shipped by Amazon have only one light on the front of the unit for power. The lights for each LAN port have been moved to the back just above where the Ethernet cable plugs into the port. TP-Link is still using the same model number for this switch, but it is now version 8. The pictures with the port lights on the front of the unit are version 7 of this switch. The performance of the unit is still excellent no matter which version you have. Definitely recommended if you need additional Ethernet ports in your home.
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The body is light plastic and you can easily mount it using the built in mount points or it is also possible to stick Velcro on for a movable mounting solution.
This is an entry level model, it does not have any management or qos features.
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I learned about this solution after trailing through pages of information about managed/unmanaged Ethernet Switches, Routers and lots of complicated instructions about how to convert a Router/Modem into Modem only. My head reeling with all this information I went shopping on Amazon for a solution. Most devices I looked at, I didn't really understand what they did exactly, and seemed to cost a fortune.
Then I found this! Oh, Joy! Not only is this cheap, it does exactly what I need. I connected all my smart Home Hubs, my Printer and my PC and used the existing ethernet cable from the Modem/Router to connect to the TP-Link. Took 5 mins. I did have to spend the next 20 mins "reminding" my Smart Hubs to connect to my network, but that wasn't hard. Everything works great and I now have 3 spare Ports for future use. So if you have the same problem as I did then this is the solution you are looking for.
Installation couldn't get any easier. Power the switch, cross connect it with your router with an ethernet cable and then plug devices into the remaining open ports. Done.
While it doesn't offer any of the sophisticated capabilities that an IT professional might desire... this just plain works. Recommended.