Summary: So this switch is a great little unmanaged switch. However it is being advertised and grouped with other managed switches. Yet the product tags correctly identify it as an unmanaged switch. Very confusing.
Summary: If you're looking to expand your home network then you've found the right product. Setup was a snap and it is working flawlessly. The only bad thing to say about it is its shape. Because of the odd slope to the top you can't put anything ontop of it. So it must occupy the very top of any stack you place it on. Other than that it works as advertised.
It works well, but not powerful enough for my network
3 February 2013
Summary: it works well if you need a simple gigabit network, but as I have AT&T UVerse, the two I purchased did not work well enough as it would saturate the switches. Ended up going with a pair of smart switches and doing separate VLANs for the UVerse equipment and the other items on the network. Sounds like overkill, but, with a pair of 'dumb' gigabit switches betweeen the UVerse gateway (no matter the brand), I could only get 1 stream..
Summary: I replaced a Hawking Technology switch with this one. It works great wall-mounted, and comes with the screws to do so. The switch never runs hot and I have not had to restart it for any reason.
Summary: Product worked exactly as I needed it to. Straight forward setup. Just make sure you connect it first to your wireless/wired router and not the other way around. Documentation could have been a little clearer about this, but a short trip on Google and it was working flawlessly.