Summary: Connected wireless router, Ooma VOIP telephone system and an AT&T micro cell to the internet modem through this unit. The wireless router worked, was able to connect to the internet with wireless devices but neither of the two phone units would connect to the servers. Connected the router directly to the internet and the two phone units to the router and both worked. I do not recommend this unit.
Summary: I installed this in my house to replace a couple of overburdened 5 port switches. My house more resembles a small office as we have ethernet to most bedrooms, my office, the living room and my wife's office. I did performance tests before and after installing the switch, and there wasn't any change in my network/internet speed (as expected).
Summary: I don't "love it" but its worth a five star rating, LOL. We have had this new switch just over 3 weeks and all is good, it has not missed a beat. I replaced a 8-port TP-Link switch with this one only because we needed more ports. I know it was the full sized "rackmountable" switch when I purchased it but it would be nice if they offered a 16 port with a smaller footprint but it is what it is. I have room for it so the size is not really an huge issue.
Summary: Works perfectly as you would expect. Combines nice features and a solid build quality to offer what appears to be great value for the money. The only question I have is how wall long will it last? But it certainly appears that I would happily buy this product again.
4 ports and wireless was all I needed to keep all the users satisfied. Then my lil sister and her hubby and ...
6 September 2014
Summary: Had an old Linksys router that did the job. 4 ports and wireless was all I needed to keep all the users satisfied. Then my lil sister and her hubby and family had to move back to the homestead. So One 4 port router had no chance against three xboxes an two PlayStations, three independent PC's and at least 10 wireless devices connecting in. I ordered this switch to solve my issue..
Summary: It's a neat 16-Port Switch. Much better than the TRENDnet one that I had previously. Has all the features I need, LAGG, QoS, VLANs, and is managed, or "Web Smart" as they say. It can be configured through a browser, or through a software Utility. No console here though, but, I don't need it. Runs great, is silent, and is easy to configure. I also have it's little brother, the TP-link TL-SG108E, from the same product family.