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rugby jersey manufacturers NETGEAR 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch (GS105NA) - Desktop or Wall Mount with Limited Lifetime Protection good looking young
rugby jersey manufacturers NETGEAR 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch (GS105NA) - Desktop or Wall Mount with Limited Lifetime Protection good looking young
rugby jersey manufacturers NETGEAR 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch (GS105NA) - Desktop or Wall Mount with Limited Lifetime Protection good looking young
rugby jersey manufacturers NETGEAR 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch (GS105NA) - Desktop or Wall Mount with Limited Lifetime Protection good looking young
rugby jersey manufacturers NETGEAR 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch (GS105NA) - Desktop or Wall Mount with Limited Lifetime Protection good looking young

rugby jersey manufacturers NETGEAR 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch (GS105NA) - Desktop or Wall Mount with Limited Lifetime Protection good looking young

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Solder the other rugby jersey manufacturers toggle switch terminal to any convenient 3.3V rugby jersey manufacturers pin, through a 1k-ohm resistor (optional - these two resistors in series approximate rugby jersey manufacturers the original rugby jersey manufacturers 4.4k-ohm pullup, rugby jersey manufacturers but anything in the ballmark rugby jersey manufacturers should work)Note that EN_8051_TxRx is only latched during reset, so after flipping rugby jersey manufacturers the switch you have to power-cycle rugby jersey manufacturers the switch for it to take rugby jersey manufacturers effect. 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That IC actively drives rugby jersey manufacturers the BCM53128 RESET pin both high and low, so you can't safely pull RESET down directly.Rather than mounting a physical toggle switch, since my GS108e is in a hard-to-reach spot I decided to bring out these control signals (EN_8051_TxRx, rugby jersey manufacturers +3.3V, rugby jersey manufacturers RESET-via-regulator-shutdown) to a 4-pin header, which plugs rugby jersey manufacturers into GPIO rugby jersey manufacturers outputs on a nearby router, allowing management-enable rugby jersey manufacturers and rugby jersey manufacturers reset functions rugby jersey manufacturers to be controlled remotely. rugby jersey manufacturers Anyone going this route should ensure both rugby jersey manufacturers systems share rugby jersey manufacturers a common logic ground, and take care to never drive either signal to rugby jersey manufacturers more than 3.3V Documentation on the BCM5128 rugby jersey manufacturers is hard to come by, but I very much doubt it's 5V-tolerant.I use this rugby jersey manufacturers switch in my home office in combination with Linksys Velop mesh and rugby jersey manufacturers Hitron MoCA adapters to create a rugby jersey manufacturers wired backhaul between mesh nodes, as rugby jersey manufacturers well as to connect some wired devices rugby jersey manufacturers like the printer and some streaming rugby jersey manufacturers media devices. 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They rugby jersey manufacturers back it, rugby jersey manufacturers support it, take care of any issues and the warranty is great. Anyone complaining about the warranty needs to read the actual rugby jersey manufacturers warranty rugby jersey manufacturers agreement. I already rugby jersey manufacturers called rugby jersey manufacturers their rugby jersey manufacturers support line to rugby jersey manufacturers very some things on my system and they rugby jersey manufacturers took rugby jersey manufacturers care of everything. rugby jersey manufacturers Just MAKE SURE rugby jersey manufacturers TO REGISTER the rugby jersey manufacturers product w/ Netgear when you get it. rugby jersey manufacturers Which only takes a minute or 2. Great product and the delivery was rugby jersey manufacturers even rugby jersey manufacturers 2 rugby jersey manufacturers days earlier than estimated. Good job with that one Amazon!Supports desktop or wall mount placementI hate when Amazon groups similar products reviews together. Your rugby jersey manufacturers not rugby jersey manufacturers sure rugby jersey manufacturers if rugby jersey manufacturers the rugby jersey manufacturers reviews you are reading are rugby jersey manufacturers really for the specific product you intend to buy...Anyway my rugby jersey manufacturers review is for rugby jersey manufacturers the JGS524 24 port unmanaged rack mount switch.I purchased this to rugby jersey manufacturers replace a ZyXel 24 port Gigabit switch. There was rugby jersey manufacturers nothing rugby jersey manufacturers wrong with my ZyXEL; it gave me many years of trouble free service and was still working rugby jersey manufacturers perfectly when I pulled it out of service. rugby jersey manufacturers I purchased rugby jersey manufacturers it rugby jersey manufacturers back rugby jersey manufacturers in the day probably because it was a rugby jersey manufacturers little cheaper at rugby jersey manufacturers the time.Although the Netgear JGS524 has been around for a LONG rugby jersey manufacturers time, its a solid switch. I've rugby jersey manufacturers had a few of those or its variants kicking around at work, rugby jersey manufacturers and they just work. Never a problem. rugby jersey manufacturers Never rugby jersey manufacturers a need to reboot.The MAIN reason I recently purchased rugby jersey manufacturers the JGS524 was for its extra rugby jersey manufacturers indicators. I am about to upgrade to fiber at my house and rugby jersey manufacturers I wanted to rugby jersey manufacturers make rugby jersey manufacturers sure my rugby jersey manufacturers network was indeed up rugby jersey manufacturers to the task of faster speeds. rugby jersey manufacturers With rugby jersey manufacturers my old switch, the only indicators rugby jersey manufacturers I had was rugby jersey manufacturers 'link'. Of course that is fine when rugby jersey manufacturers hooking a rugby jersey manufacturers PC to it as you can always check your link speed rugby jersey manufacturers in Windows. However, switch to switch hookups (without a rugby jersey manufacturers speed indicator on at least one rugby jersey manufacturers end) I couldn't be sure I was indeed running gigabit speeds throughout my network without manually rugby jersey manufacturers speed testing. rugby jersey manufacturers So rugby jersey manufacturers I purchased the rugby jersey manufacturers NetGear rugby jersey manufacturers mainly for peace of mind.I popped the old one out, popped rugby jersey manufacturers in the Netgear, and low and behold I rugby jersey manufacturers had rugby jersey manufacturers two network segments only running a 100 base speed. 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My unit is the 'v2' rugby jersey manufacturers and does NOT rugby jersey manufacturers have rugby jersey manufacturers any rugby jersey manufacturers fans rugby jersey manufacturers (silent operation).For rugby jersey manufacturers what its rugby jersey manufacturers worth, the NetGear is rugby jersey manufacturers still the dark blue color it rugby jersey manufacturers has always been (for rugby jersey manufacturers the unmanaged version), rugby jersey manufacturers even though rugby jersey manufacturers the item description says its black.If I have to nitpick, my only gripe with my purchase is they rugby jersey manufacturers didn't rugby jersey manufacturers double box it. They just rugby jersey manufacturers slapped rugby jersey manufacturers some shipping labels on the neatgear box and sent it on its rugby jersey manufacturers way. I normally rugby jersey manufacturers like to rugby jersey manufacturers keep all the original rugby jersey manufacturers boxes rugby jersey manufacturers to my rugby jersey manufacturers PC equipment, so would have preferred it rugby jersey manufacturers was double boxed rugby jersey manufacturers like they usually do, but rugby jersey manufacturers it rugby jersey manufacturers arrived rugby jersey manufacturers undamaged rugby jersey manufacturers so its fine. rugby jersey manufacturers But rugby jersey manufacturers this has more to do with the shipping rugby jersey manufacturers and nothing to do with the product.So if your rugby jersey manufacturers looking for rugby jersey manufacturers a solid rack mountable Gigabit switch and don't need rugby jersey manufacturers the advanced features of a managed switch, rugby jersey manufacturers the rugby jersey manufacturers JGS524 is a solid buy.-AlanEnergy efficient rugby jersey manufacturers design rugby jersey manufacturers compliant rugby jersey manufacturers with IEEE802.3azLifetime Limited rugby jersey manufacturers Hardware Warranty, Next Business Day rugby jersey manufacturers Replacement, and 24/7 chat with rugby jersey manufacturers a NETGEAR expertSimple plug-and-play setup with no software to install or rugby jersey manufacturers configuration neededSilent rugby jersey manufacturers operation rugby jersey manufacturers ideal for noise sensitive rugby jersey manufacturers environment5 Gigabit Ethernet ports
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Buyer's experience:
      1: PROS:- true 802.1q VLAN tagging support, at a very low price- excellent wire-speed performance, tested @ 950+Mb/s in iperf on 6 ports at once, so long as Flow Control is disabled (see below). The main chip is a Broadcom BCM53128, which seems slightly faster and more efficient than the Realtek RTL8380 used on competing switches from TP-Link and Zyxel.- very low power use, approx. 1W - 3W dependent on ports in use (~ 0.25W DC / 0.45W AC base plus 0.3W per connected 1000M port, or 0.2W per 100M port). Traffic levels seem not to affect this much, though cable length might, since it tries to use lower transmit power on short cables. The switch-matrix core runs on 1.2V, with 3.3V for I/O, both provided by efficient switchmode buck regulators (unlike some switches that use a hot-running, linear step-down from 3.3V to 1.2 or 1.8V, at < 50% efficiency).- silent operation, with no fan or coil whine. Despite the lack of a fan, mine never even gets noticeably warm. There is a reasonably sized heatsink on the main chip, and a thermal pad under the PCB, allowing the case bottom to serve as an additional heatsink.- good build quality. Just one electrolytic capacitor, which is a Nichicon (reputable Japanese brand) 220uF on the power input, over-rated at 25V when operating at 12V. Main switch chip is a Broadcom BCM53128. Case is solid metal, compromised slightly by a stick-on platic piece around the ports for labeling, which another reviewer complained about.- happily runs on the variable 12V battery bus (10.5-14.4V) from an offgrid DC power system- starts up quickly, from cold-powerdown to forwarding traffic in about 8 seconds, far faster than any "true" managed switch (Catalyst, Juniper, Procurve etc.)CONS:- management interface, whether via web or Windows app is limited and cumbersome, especially when configuring VLANs, though is most cases this is only a one-time annoyance, set-and-forget- typical of switches in this class, there's no CLI management, nor SNMP, so tracking port activity with MRTG, etc. is not possible. Omitting these probably does reduce both cost and power use, though.- The management controller, integrated within the BCM53128 is a weak CPU derived from the 1980s-vintage, 8-bit Intel 8051, which is easily overloaded. This explains the lack of HTTPS SSL support, occasional dropped HTTP requests, etc. It's actually impressive they managed to squeeze an IP stack and web interface onto such a small CPU at all.- This limited 8051 service processor would only affect management functionality (it isn't part of the main switch-fabric data path at all), except for a dumb decision on Netgear's part to configure the switch registers to send a copy of *all* HTTP (tcp port 80) traffic, originating from any port, to this tiny management CPU.This has the effect of badly crippling the layer-2 Flow-Control feature, causing any and all HTTP traffic flowing through the switch to be bottlenecked to about 10Mb/s whenever Flow Control is switched on. The reason is that flow-control rate limiting kicks in whenver any port receiving the traffic gets overloaded, the weak management CPU effectively connects to a internal 9th, on-chip port that seems to run at only 10Mb/s, AND all web traffic from anywhere to anywhere (even when bearing an 802.1q VLAN tag!) gets uncontrollably copied to the phantom port-9.This wouldn't be so bad if the web interface could be moved to a less important port than tcp/80, set to listen to requests only from one specific switch port, or disabled entirely (until next power-cycle, say, or even semi-permanently until a factory reset), but none of these options are provided.Netgear does seem to ship these switches with Flow Control turned OFF by default, masking the performance problem, and in many cases Flow Control is undesirable anyway, but it can be useful in cases where a node on your network can't keep up with full Gigabit rates, but can do better than 100M. Many low-power single board computers fall into this category and can benefit from FC.The management controller can also be a big security hole, since it doesn't respect VLAN boundaries at all, and copies of its transmissions get relayed to ALL ports, in-the-clear and untagged, regardless of VLAN membership status. The switch effectively reverts to just a dumb hub whenever the hidden Port 9 is involved.HARDWARE MOD:If you don't mind voiding your warranty with a small bit of soldering, it's thankfully possible to disable this ill-behaved web interface and completely disconnect the BCM53128's 8051 management controller from its switch fabric, eliminating its security exposure and letting Flow Control work as intended, with no more weird slowdowns affecting port 80 . Here are the steps:1. First Get everything configured as you like in the web interface, setting up and testing all VLANs, etc. Reboot the switch and verify it comes up in the desired configuration.2. Open the cover and find tiny surface-mount resistor R75, between the main chip and the ports, near the crystal oscillator. Desolder this resistor. See my first photo, where it's already been removed, leaving bare pads.R75, which I measured at 4.4k in-circuit, pulls BCM53128 pin 43, "EN_8051_TxRx" high, to 3.3V. It CAN just be left floating if you don't mind losing the web (and Windows-config-tool) interface permanently after initial setup.3. If you want to be able to toggle the web interface off and on, solder a very fine-gauge wire to the removed R75 resistor's pad nearest the main chip, and another such wire to a 3.3V power pin anywhere on the board-- you could use the other side of R75, but it's easier to grab this voltage from a less closely-spaced area. I chose to use the power pin (pin 8) of U5, the 8pin serial EEPROM at upper-right.4. drill a hole on the back panel somewhere to mount a small toggle switch. Solder one of its terminals to the R75 pin (BCM531128 pin43, EN_8051_TxRx signal) through a 3.3k-ohm resistor. Solder the other toggle switch terminal to any convenient 3.3V pin, through a 1k-ohm resistor (optional - these two resistors in series approximate the original 4.4k-ohm pullup, but anything in the ballmark should work)Note that EN_8051_TxRx is only latched during reset, so after flipping the switch you have to power-cycle the switch for it to take effect. At least this Netgear is fast to reboot, but having to do so makes its port traffic & error counters effectively useless, unless you leave management enabled all the time.If you want to add a RESET button also, solder a fine wire to the right-hand (near the coil) terminal of resistor pad R7, which should be empty to begin with. This goes to the Shutdown terminal of the 3.3V switchmode regulator, and grounding it (through a 1k-ohm resistor) even briefly will cause a clean reset via 3-pin power-supervisor chip U3. That IC actively drives the BCM53128 RESET pin both high and low, so you can't safely pull RESET down directly.Rather than mounting a physical toggle switch, since my GS108e is in a hard-to-reach spot I decided to bring out these control signals (EN_8051_TxRx, +3.3V, RESET-via-regulator-shutdown) to a 4-pin header, which plugs into GPIO outputs on a nearby router, allowing management-enable and reset functions to be controlled remotely. Anyone going this route should ensure both systems share a common logic ground, and take care to never drive either signal to more than 3.3V Documentation on the BCM5128 is hard to come by, but I very much doubt it's 5V-tolerant.
      2: I hate when Amazon groups similar products reviews together. Your not sure if the reviews you are reading are really for the specific product you intend to buy...Anyway my review is for the JGS524 24 port unmanaged rack mount switch.I purchased this to replace a ZyXel 24 port Gigabit switch. There was nothing wrong with my ZyXEL; it gave me many years of trouble free service and was still working perfectly when I pulled it out of service. I purchased it back in the day probably because it was a little cheaper at the time.Although the Netgear JGS524 has been around for a LONG time, its a solid switch. I've had a few of those or its variants kicking around at work, and they just work. Never a problem. Never a need to reboot.The MAIN reason I recently purchased the JGS524 was for its extra indicators. I am about to upgrade to fiber at my house and I wanted to make sure my network was indeed up to the task of faster speeds. With my old switch, the only indicators I had was 'link'. Of course that is fine when hooking a PC to it as you can always check your link speed in Windows. However, switch to switch hookups (without a speed indicator on at least one end) I couldn't be sure I was indeed running gigabit speeds throughout my network without manually speed testing. So I purchased the NetGear mainly for peace of mind.I popped the old one out, popped in the Netgear, and low and behold I had two network segments only running a 100 base speed. Troubleshot my network, and put new ends on my wall faceplate to device jumpers, and gigabit speed restored.I would have never really known my network wasn't at top speed without manual testing or until doing large file transfers without the NetGear. So now I am good to go for the fiber install.When searching for info, I came across a lot of conflicting info. My unit is the 'v2' and does NOT have any fans (silent operation).For what its worth, the NetGear is still the dark blue color it has always been (for the unmanaged version), even though the item description says its black.If I have to nitpick, my only gripe with my purchase is they didn't double box it. They just slapped some shipping labels on the neatgear box and sent it on its way. I normally like to keep all the original boxes to my PC equipment, so would have preferred it was double boxed like they usually do, but it arrived undamaged so its fine. But this has more to do with the shipping and nothing to do with the product.So if your looking for a solid rack mountable Gigabit switch and don't need the advanced features of a managed switch, the JGS524 is a solid buy.-Alan
      3: I bought this Gig Ethernet Switch when I got my newer mesh system. I work for a large Internet, Phone & Cable provider and I would recommend this one to anyone looking for just a simple solution to small home networking. Plus, it is Netgear product, so you can't go wrong with them. They back it, support it, take care of any issues and the warranty is great. Anyone complaining about the warranty needs to read the actual warranty agreement. I already called their support line to very some things on my system and they took care of everything. Just MAKE SURE TO REGISTER the product w/ Netgear when you get it. Which only takes a minute or 2. Great product and the delivery was even 2 days earlier than estimated. Good job with that one Amazon!
      4: I originally had this mounted in the attic but I placed my hand on the casing and it almost burned me. This was not due to operating temperatures but to the heat in the attic. The manual says it can operate in the attic but I highly suggest putting it inside the house. I had to create a hole in the ceiling of the air return unit and feed cables through that. It stays cool all the time and works as intended. No complicated setup. Easy to use. Recommended for people with little knowledge of networks. I wanted a manager switch but didnt want to pay for it. This was a very good alternative. Highly recommended.
      5: I use this switch in my home office in combination with Linksys Velop mesh and Hitron MoCA adapters to create a wired backhaul between mesh nodes, as well as to connect some wired devices like the printer and some streaming media devices. It performs perfectly for this and since the switch and Velop WiFi nodes are all connected to each other via the MoCA adapters, we have full wifi speeds throughout the whole house no matter which wifi node your device happens to connect to.

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Bob
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Bob
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Bob
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