DGS-108 D-Link 8 gig ports, nice metal case and good proformence.
Gadgit Tech, Amazon
14 September 2015
Summary: I now have 3 DGS-108 from D-Link and have yet had any issues with these, one that is installed in what I thought would be a problem area due to heat at around 120-130F, but that unit has been running just fine after 2 years and still going.
Summary: Does exactly what it is supposed to. It is small enough to mount just about anywhere. I have one of these in each room. I wired my house with Cat6 in 2007. What I didnt plan for was the explosion of connected devises in each room. I hate WiFi.
Summary: This ethernet switch works wonderfully. I live in a dorm, so wifi is unreliable. I like that I can plug in all of my devices (gaming system, computer, and smart blu ray player), with virtually no drop in speed. It's great!
Summary: I have several of these D-Link un-managed switches around the house. The construction is solid and the device is reliable. I replaced my Netgear switches with D-Link and have been happy ever since. I found that the Netgear preferred an occasional unplugging.
Summary: It may be a simple network switch, but for residential purposes, it does the job perfectly. I've got one Ethernet wire to the back of the TV, then through this switch, I've got 3 devices connected into the network! I'm also using this same switch by my router to create additional ports.
Summary: So far this has been a good switch. My first one at home it was easy to install and worked on start up. The metal box is solid. The 1 Gb/s ports all work but the total throughput is about 2 Gb/s so you can't saturate all the ports but for the price it is good for home use.
Summary: Connected my SkystreamX4 box (AWESOME!! elitemodsteam.com), a bluray DVD player, and my home theater receiver to my home network via this switch. True plug n' play functionality, with a truly fast connection. Works perfectly with my ASUS gigabit router.