Pros: Tested and fully supports jumbo packets up 9720 (WNR3500L v2 + Tomato firmware). All ports work at gigbit speeds and all leds work. Max transfer rate on windows 7 and Linux Mint is 80mbps...blazing fast....no noticeable latency problems during LAN party with all ports in use at gigabit speeds.
Cons: I should have bought two!! Also, there is a newer version of this that has a larger case, that I would not like. I bought this one from newegg because it was the smaller case as pictured on the newegg description.
Summary: The much larger issue is the speed auto-negotiation problems. It is consistently not able to negotiate gigabit speed with anything plugged into it. Nearly all devices I connect will negotiate 10mbps, half-duplex. That sort of behavior is difficult or impossible to fix if the other device is another switch. Even when hard-setting the connected device to 1Gbps, there is no guarantee that it will actually work.
Pros: Small size.
Cons: Large external power brick but that's the trade-off for having the switch itself remain small.
Excerpt: i bought another switcher the TP-LINK TL-SG108 with this together.It seems that there is no even single difference between these two product. consider of the price, SG100D-08 is pretty good one but only can lower its price.
Excerpt: I rent office space and my landlord provides internet access as part of the package. They have ATT Uverse connectivity, but the wifi is sketchy because of the layout of the building and the profusion of other business's wifi signals. They recently installed a 16-port Cicso gigabit switch in front of the ATT modem so that those who wanted to run their own cable could bypass the wifi.
Summary: The product was as described, came when promised, was easy to set up (plug and play) and has performed flawlessly since it was installed. One gotcha - the lifetime warranty is only good as long as the exact model is current. This has not been an issue with Cisco equipment in the past as it has with Linksys.