• D Link Ethernet Switch, 8 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Metal Fanless Desktop Or Wall Mount Design (Dgs 108
  • D Link Ethernet Switch, 8 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Metal Fanless Desktop Or Wall Mount Design (Dgs 108
  • D Link Ethernet Switch, 8 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Metal Fanless Desktop Or Wall Mount Design (Dgs 108
  • D Link Ethernet Switch, 8 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Metal Fanless Desktop Or Wall Mount Design (Dgs 108
  • D Link Ethernet Switch, 8 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Metal Fanless Desktop Or Wall Mount Design (Dgs 108
D Link Ethernet Switch, 8 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Metal Fanless Desktop Or Wall Mount Design (Dgs 108
D Link Ethernet Switch, 8 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Metal Fanless Desktop Or Wall Mount Design (Dgs 108
D Link Ethernet Switch, 8 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Metal Fanless Desktop Or Wall Mount Design (Dgs 108
D Link Ethernet Switch, 8 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Metal Fanless Desktop Or Wall Mount Design (Dgs 108
D Link Ethernet Switch, 8 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Metal Fanless Desktop Or Wall Mount Design (Dgs 108

D Link Ethernet Switch, 8 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Metal Fanless Desktop Or Wall Mount Design (Dgs 108

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  • Eight (8) 10/100/1000 Mbps Ports
  • Inexpensive Gigabit Ethernet solution for SOHO, small and medium businesses
  • Supports IEEE 802.1p QoS traffic prioritization
  • Built to last: rugged metal housing, fanless
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

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This was a perfect and inexpensive upgrade to my CAT5E wired LAN This was a perfect and inexpensive upgrade to my CAT5E wired LAN. With my old 10/100 Fast Ethernet router I was only getting 15 mb/sec download while I pay for a 100 down 10 up broadband cable. With this switch I am now getting over 100 mb/sec on anything connected to CAT5. I also upgraded my modem to a DOCSYS 3.1, but I first tested with my old 3.0 modem and was reliably getting 90 mb/sec. This is a great switch for an average house that has drops wired in bedrooms plus living room etc. 5Garbage wireless Wireless settings kept reverting to factory default. Range was non-existent. Xbox when connected would show no download speed and 1 Mbps upload. Constant disconnects of most wireless devices. Terrible UI with limited settings. My four year old router blows this one away with stability and speeds. I reset to defaults, upgraded firmware, nothing solved my issues. This router is hot garbage! Avoid at all costs! 1works just fine Plug and play, EZ-PZ, all that stuff. Works just fine right out of the box.I had one simple problem. I have all the plug-in keystones in a "structured wiring enclosure", or a metal box set into a studwall. It also encloses this switch. That box isn't very deep, and I put an outlet in it for this switch, but the wall wart power supply is so elongated that there's no room in the box as it sits cross-ways to the orientation of the duplex outlet, and intrudes into the plane of the enclosure's cover plate. If you have this sort of power arrangement hidden in your wall box, you might need a multi-tap that effectively rotates the outlet ninety degrees, such as B001UE7SC8 (and others) here. Just a heads-up... 5Great router and great price Last year, I got tired of my TP-Link Archer AC1750 and decided to 'upgrade' to a pair Google OnHubs to take advantage of Google WiFi's supposedly great mesh network system. I have never owned a more disappointing, piece of garbage, feature-less router than Google WiFi. This past weekend was the last straw, so I decided to look elsewhere. Most of these mesh systems attempt to be very consumer friendly in that they only offer apps for management rather than a web admin page. I *need* a web admin page. I do port forwarding and use DHCP reservations, which are frustrating to do on an app, and I flat out hate using my phone to administer my router.My house is 2350 sqft, and 2 stories. I was initially concerned that the D-Link AC2600 EXO (DIR-882) wouldn't cover my whole house and back yard, but those concerns were unfounded. I placed the router upstairs in the front of the house, and speed tests are still excellent in the backyard.The web admin page is clean and uncluttered, and updating the router didn't wipe the settings, which may seem like an obvious feature, but tell that to TP-Link. The only thing that was difficult to find was where to do DHCP reservations (the home menu, click on the device list, then on a specific device). Everything else was pretty straightforward.I did turn off the smart connect feature (or whatever it's called) on the Wireless page, because my iPhone was connecting automatically to the 2.4 GHz network instead of the 5 GHz network. That might've been because of something I did on my Mac, though (changes sync across iCloud...yadda yadda), so possibly not the router's fault. Anyway, overall, I'm happy with this router so far. The price point for the feature set seems pretty hard to beat. 5Lost 2 ports after only 27-28 days of use It was easy to setup and use but my Roku box connected by ethernet to my router through this switch lost connectivity after it's been used earlier in the day. Malfunction port turns solid amber instead of blinking green. Moved ethernet cable to an open port (no light) turned the light amber. Roku did not re-connect to the internet. Reconnected Roku directly to router by ethernet cable and movie streaming resumed.I did a few recabling in an attempt to isolate and found no conclusive reason, despite my having configured and used routers and switches for 25 years professionally and personally. Am returning this switch to Amazon and buy a TP-Link model with which I have a good experience for over a nearly two years. 3It's a lemon router This router was easy enough to set up and allows for control of each devices internet access. I thought it was perfect for the first 3 months, but we've just started month 4 and we have a problem. It's constantly losing wifi connection. I've rebooted twice in one week and this time the reboot didn't fix the connection. I'll call DLink support tomorrow after work, but I'm not hopeful. Started researching how others have fixed the problem and the only permanent fix is a new router. I'll update if I do find a solution. 1So far so good I hesitantly upgraded from a D-link DIR-816L.I'm actually very impressed with this new router. It seems oddly large compared to my old D-Link. However It was easy to configure after taking several minutes to figure out the navigation menus.I didn't need to mess with having to configure the 2.4 and 5 GHz bands as it switches for you automatically as needed, and guest login was simple which is handy for my shop customers/staff. I really didn't have to configure that much. It was simple to apply filters to forbidden sites.I've noticed real world large file wifi transfers with my AC capable adapters speeds have tripled.The range is much better than my older D-link wifi router. Previously I had to use a booster to reach my shop through several walls. Now I don't need to use it.This was a great buy and so far everything is excellent. I'd highly recommend this product. 5Love this router Love this router. I had a cheap $40 router that worked ok in our old home but we recently moved to a 2,000sgft 2 story home, our old router just could not keep up or get good signal. The master bedroom up stairs on the other side of the house we couldn t hardly load Hulu or anything on our firstick. As your can see in the picture the lower numbers are up stairs next to our tv and the higher numbers are down stairs where the router is, we also have 4 TVs 2 fire sticks 2 phones and a Xbox hooked up without any problems, I haven t got to test the speeds outside yet but I didn t have any problems loading anything outside or in the basement. Set up was pretty easy as well took 2 try s changing the name of the WiFi name though 5pretty big unit - make sure it will fit - does the job Works well. My devices seem a little faster, especially the ones that can use the upper band. I have had to reset it 2 or 3 times in a month or so but still using DOCISS 2 cable modem with it. That might be a problem. Seems about the same frequency of required resets as with the N wireless it replaced. Also not paying for fastest internet service. Haven't had time to upgrade.Setup was only slightly confusing. I did have trouble with setting them up as infrastructure printers but I think that turned out to be due to old drivers on the computers, one very declining-health inkjet (which is now dead), and incorrect "wake on print job" setting on a printer. The other, hp laser jet, seems to now be working fine from both a Mac and a PC.Signal strength seems about the same as my old 'N' router as I don't get full bars when in my home office (about 30 feet but looking thru 3 walls and a pantry of food). All devices at that location work satisfactorily though. I did put the D-link on top of a high cabinet though in hopes of eliminating some blocking from other network devices inside the cabinet.Location of the WPS button is easy to confuse with the RESET button. You must look closely at the tiny labels and I had to use a flashlight. They should have put the WPS button on the front/top or at least put large, contrasting labels on it.The D link is pretty big, check the dimensions, including antenna height, against your planned location before buying it.Overall, these are minor complaints and I am satisfied with the D link for my 'N' to 'AC' upgrade.D-Link EXO AC2600 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router - 4K Streaming and Gaming, With USB Ports (DIR-882) 4Problems with inbound filter implementation I had to replace my DIR-655 because the old router (i.e. DIR-655) was unable to let me take full advantage of gigabit ethernet bandwidth coming out of my new DOCSYS 3.1 cable modem with Gbps service. My experience with DIR-882 has been mixed: wireless power and coverage: excellent; being able to handle bandwidth: very good. One critical (for me) function: inbound filter implementation: very poor, horrible, not really working. This review could be useful for you, three-star rating would apply to your situation only if you care about ibound filtering. If you don't care about that function, stop reading. It could be a 5-start device for you. It's relatively dirt-cheap. Now for the problem/issue: first of all, the older model, DIR-655, had a very good, though not perfect, implementation of inbound filters, which were possible to apply on port-by-port basis (think about virtual servers/port forwarding being configurable each with its own inbound filter). On DIR-882 inbound filters are global, they could not be applied on port-by-port basis. Also, while inbound filters work for BLOCKING specific groups of external IP addresses, they do NOT (seem) to work for ALLOWING *only* particular groups of external IP addresses to come through the router to LAN. It could be my stupidity, of course, that I was unable to configure the filters, I admit that there is a chance it's my "problem" (hoping it's the only one). I spoke with a D-LINK "third-level" technician who confirmed to me that inbound filters on DIR-882 do not work the way they did on DIR-655 (though she made an impression that she didn't really know what DIR-665 (i.e. the older router) is capable of). In one sentence, I was unable to set up inbound filters (in combination with port forwarding) to allow incoming traffic only from certain IP addresses on certain TCP ports. Finally, DIR-882 does not allow to use inbound filters for remote management (you really don't want remote management to be allowed from everywhere, if at all!). I am returning DIR-882 (no reason to bad-mouth D-LINK, I've been using a lot of their equipment for the past 20 years. Hoping that Netgear Nighthawk x10 will do what I want. I will post another review concerning inbound filter functionality on x10 at a later time.Updated:1) D-Link, thanks for paying attention!2) Netgear X10 does not have inbound IP filtering either. No response (at all!) from them concerning this matter for 5 days.3) therefore, price-wise, D-Link seems to be superior4) I have to move to a "semi-professional" router.5) I never liked that these devices often combine more than one function (wireless and routing) - it's just my personal choice (stupid? is as stupid does).6) Both D-Link and Netgear devices have powerful wireless (but not as powerful as I wish they had, so it's better for *me* to have my WAPs scattered around. Mesh networks are of zero value to me (just know which WAP to use where). 3
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This was a perfect and inexpensive upgrade to my CAT5E wired LAN This was a perfect and inexpensive upgrade to my CAT5E wired LAN. With my old 10/100 Fast Ethernet router I was only getting 15 mb/sec download while I pay for a 100 down 10 up broadband cable. With this switch I am now getting over 100 mb/sec on anything connected to CAT5. I also upgraded my modem to a DOCSYS 3.1, but I first tested with my old 3.0 modem and was reliably getting 90 mb/sec. This is a great switch for an average house that has drops wired in bedrooms plus living room etc. 5Garbage wireless Wireless settings kept reverting to factory default. Range was non-existent. Xbox when connected would show no download speed and 1 Mbps upload. Constant disconnects of most wireless devices. Terrible UI with limited settings. My four year old router blows this one away with stability and speeds. I reset to defaults, upgraded firmware, nothing solved my issues. This router is hot garbage! Avoid at all costs! 1works just fine Plug and play, EZ-PZ, all that stuff. Works just fine right out of the box.I had one simple problem. I have all the plug-in keystones in a "structured wiring enclosure", or a metal box set into a studwall. It also encloses this switch. That box isn't very deep, and I put an outlet in it for this switch, but the wall wart power supply is so elongated that there's no room in the box as it sits cross-ways to the orientation of the duplex outlet, and intrudes into the plane of the enclosure's cover plate. If you have this sort of power arrangement hidden in your wall box, you might need a multi-tap that effectively rotates the outlet ninety degrees, such as B001UE7SC8 (and others) here. Just a heads-up... 5Great router and great price Last year, I got tired of my TP-Link Archer AC1750 and decided to 'upgrade' to a pair Google OnHubs to take advantage of Google WiFi's supposedly great mesh network system. I have never owned a more disappointing, piece of garbage, feature-less router than Google WiFi. This past weekend was the last straw, so I decided to look elsewhere. Most of these mesh systems attempt to be very consumer friendly in that they only offer apps for management rather than a web admin page. I *need* a web admin page. I do port forwarding and use DHCP reservations, which are frustrating to do on an app, and I flat out hate using my phone to administer my router.My house is 2350 sqft, and 2 stories. I was initially concerned that the D-Link AC2600 EXO (DIR-882) wouldn't cover my whole house and back yard, but those concerns were unfounded. I placed the router upstairs in the front of the house, and speed tests are still excellent in the backyard.The web admin page is clean and uncluttered, and updating the router didn't wipe the settings, which may seem like an obvious feature, but tell that to TP-Link. The only thing that was difficult to find was where to do DHCP reservations (the home menu, click on the device list, then on a specific device). Everything else was pretty straightforward.I did turn off the smart connect feature (or whatever it's called) on the Wireless page, because my iPhone was connecting automatically to the 2.4 GHz network instead of the 5 GHz network. That might've been because of something I did on my Mac, though (changes sync across iCloud...yadda yadda), so possibly not the router's fault. Anyway, overall, I'm happy with this router so far. The price point for the feature set seems pretty hard to beat. 5Lost 2 ports after only 27-28 days of use It was easy to setup and use but my Roku box connected by ethernet to my router through this switch lost connectivity after it's been used earlier in the day. Malfunction port turns solid amber instead of blinking green. Moved ethernet cable to an open port (no light) turned the light amber. Roku did not re-connect to the internet. Reconnected Roku directly to router by ethernet cable and movie streaming resumed.I did a few recabling in an attempt to isolate and found no conclusive reason, despite my having configured and used routers and switches for 25 years professionally and personally. Am returning this switch to Amazon and buy a TP-Link model with which I have a good experience for over a nearly two years. 3It's a lemon router This router was easy enough to set up and allows for control of each devices internet access. I thought it was perfect for the first 3 months, but we've just started month 4 and we have a problem. It's constantly losing wifi connection. I've rebooted twice in one week and this time the reboot didn't fix the connection. I'll call DLink support tomorrow after work, but I'm not hopeful. Started researching how others have fixed the problem and the only permanent fix is a new router. I'll update if I do find a solution. 1So far so good I hesitantly upgraded from a D-link DIR-816L.I'm actually very impressed with this new router. It seems oddly large compared to my old D-Link. However It was easy to configure after taking several minutes to figure out the navigation menus.I didn't need to mess with having to configure the 2.4 and 5 GHz bands as it switches for you automatically as needed, and guest login was simple which is handy for my shop customers/staff. I really didn't have to configure that much. It was simple to apply filters to forbidden sites.I've noticed real world large file wifi transfers with my AC capable adapters speeds have tripled.The range is much better than my older D-link wifi router. Previously I had to use a booster to reach my shop through several walls. Now I don't need to use it.This was a great buy and so far everything is excellent. I'd highly recommend this product. 5Love this router Love this router. I had a cheap $40 router that worked ok in our old home but we recently moved to a 2,000sgft 2 story home, our old router just could not keep up or get good signal. The master bedroom up stairs on the other side of the house we couldn t hardly load Hulu or anything on our firstick. As your can see in the picture the lower numbers are up stairs next to our tv and the higher numbers are down stairs where the router is, we also have 4 TVs 2 fire sticks 2 phones and a Xbox hooked up without any problems, I haven t got to test the speeds outside yet but I didn t have any problems loading anything outside or in the basement. Set up was pretty easy as well took 2 try s changing the name of the WiFi name though 5pretty big unit - make sure it will fit - does the job Works well. My devices seem a little faster, especially the ones that can use the upper band. I have had to reset it 2 or 3 times in a month or so but still using DOCISS 2 cable modem with it. That might be a problem. Seems about the same frequency of required resets as with the N wireless it replaced. Also not paying for fastest internet service. Haven't had time to upgrade.Setup was only slightly confusing. I did have trouble with setting them up as infrastructure printers but I think that turned out to be due to old drivers on the computers, one very declining-health inkjet (which is now dead), and incorrect "wake on print job" setting on a printer. The other, hp laser jet, seems to now be working fine from both a Mac and a PC.Signal strength seems about the same as my old 'N' router as I don't get full bars when in my home office (about 30 feet but looking thru 3 walls and a pantry of food). All devices at that location work satisfactorily though. I did put the D-link on top of a high cabinet though in hopes of eliminating some blocking from other network devices inside the cabinet.Location of the WPS button is easy to confuse with the RESET button. You must look closely at the tiny labels and I had to use a flashlight. They should have put the WPS button on the front/top or at least put large, contrasting labels on it.The D link is pretty big, check the dimensions, including antenna height, against your planned location before buying it.Overall, these are minor complaints and I am satisfied with the D link for my 'N' to 'AC' upgrade.D-Link EXO AC2600 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router - 4K Streaming and Gaming, With USB Ports (DIR-882) 4Problems with inbound filter implementation I had to replace my DIR-655 because the old router (i.e. DIR-655) was unable to let me take full advantage of gigabit ethernet bandwidth coming out of my new DOCSYS 3.1 cable modem with Gbps service. My experience with DIR-882 has been mixed: wireless power and coverage: excellent; being able to handle bandwidth: very good. One critical (for me) function: inbound filter implementation: very poor, horrible, not really working. This review could be useful for you, three-star rating would apply to your situation only if you care about ibound filtering. If you don't care about that function, stop reading. It could be a 5-start device for you. It's relatively dirt-cheap. Now for the problem/issue: first of all, the older model, DIR-655, had a very good, though not perfect, implementation of inbound filters, which were possible to apply on port-by-port basis (think about virtual servers/port forwarding being configurable each with its own inbound filter). On DIR-882 inbound filters are global, they could not be applied on port-by-port basis. Also, while inbound filters work for BLOCKING specific groups of external IP addresses, they do NOT (seem) to work for ALLOWING *only* particular groups of external IP addresses to come through the router to LAN. It could be my stupidity, of course, that I was unable to configure the filters, I admit that there is a chance it's my "problem" (hoping it's the only one). I spoke with a D-LINK "third-level" technician who confirmed to me that inbound filters on DIR-882 do not work the way they did on DIR-655 (though she made an impression that she didn't really know what DIR-665 (i.e. the older router) is capable of). In one sentence, I was unable to set up inbound filters (in combination with port forwarding) to allow incoming traffic only from certain IP addresses on certain TCP ports. Finally, DIR-882 does not allow to use inbound filters for remote management (you really don't want remote management to be allowed from everywhere, if at all!). I am returning DIR-882 (no reason to bad-mouth D-LINK, I've been using a lot of their equipment for the past 20 years. Hoping that Netgear Nighthawk x10 will do what I want. I will post another review concerning inbound filter functionality on x10 at a later time.Updated:1) D-Link, thanks for paying attention!2) Netgear X10 does not have inbound IP filtering either. No response (at all!) from them concerning this matter for 5 days.3) therefore, price-wise, D-Link seems to be superior4) I have to move to a "semi-professional" router.5) I never liked that these devices often combine more than one function (wireless and routing) - it's just my personal choice (stupid? is as stupid does).6) Both D-Link and Netgear devices have powerful wireless (but not as powerful as I wish they had, so it's better for *me* to have my WAPs scattered around. Mesh networks are of zero value to me (just know which WAP to use where). 3
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