I will say that I'm most-comfortable working with enterprise-grade hardware ...
Garrett C., Amazon
22 September 2014
Summary: I will say that I'm most-comfortable working with enterprise-grade hardware, which this obviously, is not. I purchased this to segment my home network into a private network for my home business devices and an easier-to-access via WAP for the rest of the family.
Summary: This is getting a bit long in the tooth now days, but this is a gig-port switch, let's you do vlans and QoS, and aggregate a couple ports. I think the switch is great for home use, especially with a synology or other NAS solution that can take advantage of aggregated gigabit ports.
Summary: Absolutely fixed my problem with AT&T Uverse. Uverse was killing my home network by flooding my switches when I moved the set-top boxes around my home to new locations. I originally had the set-top boxes, except for one, plugged directly into the Residential Gateway so, while i did notice some...
Summary: Bought this to replace a Linksys that MASY have been causing feedback problems. CAnnot tell you if or why, but since I installed it, the problems of a lost internet connection ahve disappeared.
Summary: Had to pick a switch as our old vpn firewall had to be replaced and new one from out tech support needed a switch to handle more work stations. Being the wana be geek, when i got it i put in place without calling support. Literally plug everything in and it worked.
Summary: This seller, Origin Micro, delivered a unit prepared for foreign markets. Inside the manufacturer's box was a power module that wouldn't plug into US AC outlets, and required 230 VAC, Taped on the outside of the NetGear box was an off-brand power module that would work on US outlets.