Summary: Works great! Not much to say about this other than it does exactly what it says its supposed to do. Pretty self explanatory. Solid build, like that its metal and not cheap plastic. The last switch i had was d-link and worked find but this one seems more reliable and allows for more and faster speeds.
Summary: Not much to say other than it works as advertised. It's a dumb switch, not a managed switch. Very good throughput and since I only use 4 ports, there is sufficient horsepower to keept the PPS high. I was able to get a sustained 85 - 95 MBps or about 750 mbps. I am not expecting 1000 because you have to consider the actual R/W speed of disk and IO. I am also using thunderbolt to ethernet adapter. I am happy with it.
Great little gigabit switch which will definitely last.
Anooj Zaveri, Amazon
10 July 2014
Summary: It's gigabit, 5-ports, and looks good. I had purchased one of these previously to replace an older D-Link 5port gigabit switch. I was really happy with the performance, so I bought another one to use in my living room. It's small and stays out of the way. I get great transfer speeds from my Airport Extreme, so it's definitely doing its job. if you're in the market for a 5-port gigabit switch, buy this one. You'll be glad you did.
Summary: Saying something functions as expected has become a compliment in regards to home network equipment so this is high praise. This item is a Gigabit switch, so there isn't much to say about it. All of the ports have remained responsive, the indicator lights behave as they should when the ports are attached to points on the network with lower data rates (tested it by altering the port properties ). The LED's are bright and clearly visible in a very well lit room.
Summary: Specifically writing this review to counter the guy who says he's got a unit that needs a restart once a month. Must be a faulty unit, he should exchange. We have several deployed around a graphic design studio and they work 24 hours a day, flawlessly, without the need for a restart.