TP-Link 16 Port 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Switch | Plug Play |

TP-Link 16 Port 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Switch | Plug  Play |

TP-Link 16 Port 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Switch | Plug Play |

TP-Link 16 Port 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Switch | Plug Play |:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! It works good. This one is the TL-SF1016DS - the S after the D designates steel case. It includes a couple of brackets. Indicator light array is off to the left side of the ports and a bit small to see in actual use. It uses a standard pc style power cord - the older kind which are a bit stiff and bulky. The power cord exits out the opposite side of the network cables and has to go straight for a ways, 4 or 5 inches, before bending in another direction. There is no fan so it is perfectly quiet. This looked like a good value in a 16-port router to me and I have not been disappointed in any way.I got this switch so I could more easily move my main router into another room to provide better wireless coverage. Everything that was plugged directly into my router #1 and an 8-port switch are now moved over to this 16-port switch - TP-Link unmanaged in steel case (with black powder coating). When I first hooked it up, my router #2 stopped working. Router #1 and #2 are both netgear R6400. Previously, router #2 was wired directly into router #1 but is now wired into this TP-Link switch instead. Problem turned out to be a bad RJ-45 connection on one of the cables and moving it over to the new switch caused it to act up. Symptom was that only wireless connections off router #1 were working but no wired connections and not the router #2 wireless either. Once I solved that issue by replacing that one cable I have had no problems. This switch is pretty nice mounted on a wall out of sight, not too far from the cable modem (which is where my router #1 used to be but now its in another room)max 82% off,max 47% off,ranking top8TP-Link 16 Port 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Switch | Plug Play |
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  • Non-blocking switching architecture that forwards and filters packets at full wire-speed for maximum throughput
  • 3.2 Gaps switching capacity
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  • Supports Mac address auto-learning and auto-aging
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  • Fanless design to make sure it works quietly without disturbing your family
  • Standard 13-inch steel case.
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Capacity:16 Port | Non-PoE

The TL-SF1016DS Fast Ethernet Switch provides you with a high-performance, low-cost, easy-to-use, seamless and standard upgrade to improve old network to 1000Mbps network. All 16 ports support auto MDI/MDIX, no need to worry about the cable type, simply plug and play. Moreover, with the innovative energy-efficient technology, the TL-SF1016DS can save up to 25%* of the power consumption and 70% of the packaging material can be recycled. Interface Available: 16 x 10/100Mbps RJ45 Ports (Auto Negotiation/Auto MDI/MDIX); Internal Memory: 2Mb; Protocols Supported: IEEE 802.3i IEEE 802.3u IEEE 802.3x

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TP-Link 16 Port 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Switch | Plug Play |

TP-Link 16 Port 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Switch | Plug Play |:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! It works good. This one is the TL-SF1016DS - the S after the D designates steel case. It includes a couple of brackets. Indicator light array is off to the left side of the ports and a bit small to see in actual use. It uses a standard pc style power cord - the older kind which are a bit stiff and bulky. The power cord exits out the opposite side of the network cables and has to go straight for a ways, 4 or 5 inches, before bending in another direction. There is no fan so it is perfectly quiet. This looked like a good value in a 16-port router to me and I have not been disappointed in any way.I got this switch so I could more easily move my main router into another room to provide better wireless coverage. Everything that was plugged directly into my router #1 and an 8-port switch are now moved over to this 16-port switch - TP-Link unmanaged in steel case (with black powder coating). When I first hooked it up, my router #2 stopped working. Router #1 and #2 are both netgear R6400. Previously, router #2 was wired directly into router #1 but is now wired into this TP-Link switch instead. Problem turned out to be a bad RJ-45 connection on one of the cables and moving it over to the new switch caused it to act up. Symptom was that only wireless connections off router #1 were working but no wired connections and not the router #2 wireless either. Once I solved that issue by replacing that one cable I have had no problems. This switch is pretty nice mounted on a wall out of sight, not too far from the cable modem (which is where my router #1 used to be but now its in another room)max 82% off,max 47% off,ranking top8TP-Link 16 Port 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Switch | Plug Play |