• TRENDnet 5-Port Unmanaged 10/100 Mbps GREENnet Ethernet Desktop Plastic Housing Switch, 5 X 10/100 Mbps Ports, 1Gbps Switching Capacity, TE100-S5
  • TRENDnet 5-Port Unmanaged 10/100 Mbps GREENnet Ethernet Desktop Plastic Housing Switch, 5 X 10/100 Mbps Ports, 1Gbps Switching Capacity, TE100-S5
  • TRENDnet 5-Port Unmanaged 10/100 Mbps GREENnet Ethernet Desktop Plastic Housing Switch, 5 X 10/100 Mbps Ports, 1Gbps Switching Capacity, TE100-S5
  • TRENDnet 5-Port Unmanaged 10/100 Mbps GREENnet Ethernet Desktop Plastic Housing Switch, 5 X 10/100 Mbps Ports, 1Gbps Switching Capacity, TE100-S5
  • TRENDnet 5-Port Unmanaged 10/100 Mbps GREENnet Ethernet Desktop Plastic Housing Switch, 5 X 10/100 Mbps Ports, 1Gbps Switching Capacity, TE100-S5
  • TRENDnet 5-Port Unmanaged 10/100 Mbps GREENnet Ethernet Desktop Plastic Housing Switch, 5 X 10/100 Mbps Ports, 1Gbps Switching Capacity, TE100-S5
TRENDnet 5-Port Unmanaged 10/100 Mbps GREENnet Ethernet Desktop Plastic Housing Switch, 5 X 10/100 Mbps Ports, 1Gbps Switching Capacity, TE100-S5
TRENDnet 5-Port Unmanaged 10/100 Mbps GREENnet Ethernet Desktop Plastic Housing Switch, 5 X 10/100 Mbps Ports, 1Gbps Switching Capacity, TE100-S5
TRENDnet 5-Port Unmanaged 10/100 Mbps GREENnet Ethernet Desktop Plastic Housing Switch, 5 X 10/100 Mbps Ports, 1Gbps Switching Capacity, TE100-S5
TRENDnet 5-Port Unmanaged 10/100 Mbps GREENnet Ethernet Desktop Plastic Housing Switch, 5 X 10/100 Mbps Ports, 1Gbps Switching Capacity, TE100-S5
TRENDnet 5-Port Unmanaged 10/100 Mbps GREENnet Ethernet Desktop Plastic Housing Switch, 5 X 10/100 Mbps Ports, 1Gbps Switching Capacity, TE100-S5
TRENDnet 5-Port Unmanaged 10/100 Mbps GREENnet Ethernet Desktop Plastic Housing Switch, 5 X 10/100 Mbps Ports, 1Gbps Switching Capacity, TE100-S5

TRENDnet 5-Port Unmanaged 10/100 Mbps GREENnet Ethernet Desktop Plastic Housing Switch, 5 X 10/100 Mbps Ports, 1Gbps Switching Capacity, TE100-S5

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  • Plug and play out of the box
  • 5 x 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports
  • Up to 40% GREENnet energy savings*
  • Up to 200 Mbps per port and total switching capacity of 1 Gbps
  • Power saving GREENnet technology reduces power consumption by up to 40%*

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Perfect and cheap. Less than $13 to get more ethernet ports, awesome!So far so good. The 2 I bought are functioning flawlessly. I did not need a Gigabit switch because my home network is only for accessing the web. I have several different rooms that have web devices (PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, TV) that need to connect to the network to connect to the web. They ALL function so much better going wired instead of wifi.If I had to do heavy fast networking between devices like my own servers, then I'd pay more for a Gigabit switch. But not needed. Not even close to needed. Don't believe the hype. If all you are doing is connecting to the internet, like MOST people, then you will not benefit from a device that can go faster than your internet downloads. Remember, no matter what is in the chain, the weakest link sets the speed.That's a little over simplified, but I had to do a lot of my own research on this issue of Gigabit switch or not and Cat5E or Cat6 and maybe I can save you some time and money. Pretty much if you have to ask if you need it, then you don't. Reason being is you're probably like most of us and the fastest thing you're doing on your network is downloading (streaming too) at whatever the download speeds you're paying for, which are nowhere near Gigabit speeds. 1 Gigabit = 1,024 Megabits per second (Mbps). My DSL is 10 Mbps. Most folks ISP speeds never exceed 25Mbps, which is 0.024 Gigabits per second.Put it another way: You don't need a switch that can move 1000 things a second when you're already limited (by the ISP) to no more than say 10 or 25 things a second, assuming again that you're like most folks whose home networks are simply for accessing the web. Even if you were able to get 100 Mbps internet speeds that's still only 0.098 Gigabits. Not even a tenth of what a Gigabit switch can do. Hope that helps.Oh and also, switches are smart with their resources unlike hubs meaning that they are more efficient. They send info back and forth ONLY between the devices that need to communicate. A hub sends info to all devices thus reducing the speeds of everything going through it. Off the subject, but just another reason why this switch is all I needed for my high speed DSL of 0.0098 Gbps (10Mbps) 5Liked It So Much - I Bought Two Since dumping cable and running everything off the internet, we have found an increasing need for ethernet ports. TRENDnet TE100-S5 5 Port Ethernet Switch was exactly what we needed to increase the limited number of ethernet ports coming out of the router. Our router is located in our basement and not wanting to run several ethernet cables through the floor for various needs upstairs, I purchased this and ran a single cable. At the moment, we have a Blu-ray player capable of running both Netflix and Amazon Instant Video (among other things) and a computer running out of this single unit. We have had no problem with signal strength, even with both units running at the same time. We also run a MagicJack Plus unit out of this same ethernet switch with no problem.Because we have been able to connect almost everything with an ethernet cable, we have avoided the need to buy wireless adapters for each of our devices which can run from either ethernet connection or wireless. Just avoiding that, we have saved a ton of money and I am pretty convinced we are getting better quality than we would if, for example, the Blu-Ray players were receiving a wireless signal instead of an actual ethernet connection.I was so pleased with the way this unit worked that I purchased a second one to use at work and have had equal success there.I am always looking for great value at low cost and this has provided it. It has been working for over a year now and I have not even paid the slightest bit of attention to it, which is exactly what I want from it. 5This is by far one of the best network switches I have ever used This is by far one of the best network switches I have ever used. you cannot beat the price and the quality is really good. I have used this many times to extend the network to DVR recorder's, Smart TVs and gaming consoles. I also use it for 2-way communications on alarm systems. Works flawlessly every time.I probably have purchased around 15 16 in the last two years. Only one of them actually failed but after a quick test I realize that the switch was intact and the power supply Died out (power surge). I spent $1.99 on a second power supply and the swithc worked like new.I seriously recommend this switch it is worth every penny 5GREENnet version is way slower I bought the TE100-S5/AS (version 1.3R) in 2013 and LOVE it. I love it so much that I bought a second one in 2014. I never noticed until yesterday that the second one isn't the same as the first one (which is weird because I clicked on the same item from my first order thinking I was re-ordering the identical product). The second one has the green line on top (GREENnet) and a slightly different model: TE100-S5/A (version 2.0R). Turns out this GREENnet model allows only half the bandwidth of the original one. It's much much slower according to various speed tests. It maxes out at about 40Mbps, not even coming close to its advertised 100Mbps. I won't be using it anymore. 1home entertainment setup I have a home entertainment system that uses four internet connected devices via ethernet (Dish reciever, Sony BluRay, Xbox 360 and Panasonic TV.) I have a wifi setup in my house that all of my computers wirelessly connect to for internet, but my router also has ethernet out ports for wired devices. My TV and components are 22 ft from the router with the wires concealed, and I considered at first just buying four 25 ft ethernet cables to hook them all up from the outs on the router. I saw this product and it was cheap enough to give it a go, and it works just like a phone cord splitter. There are no "in" or "out" ports on the unit, but as long as one line is hooked up to the modem, all of the other lines get broadband. I have a pretty simple set-up, and getting this instead of four 25 foot cables actually saved me a bunch of money, and eliminated the need to conceal four cables. I'm not sure if all four devices recieve the high speed broadband simultaneously, I'm going to guess that it's the job of a dedicated router to accomplish that task- but if you want to permanently connect four devices that don't all need to be using the internet at once, this does the trick. 5Great little ethernet switch This small device is amazing for the price. Plug and Play connectivity, i.e. no software setup or configuration was necessary.Note that one of the 5 ports is for input, leaving only 4 ports for output. Also, this unit is powered and needs an AC outlet for the included power cord/adapter.For those curious about my setup, please read on:I have my TRENDnet connected to a 100 foot ethernet cable which brings DSL (from our main house phone company's 4-port DSL router) into my distant 2-room man-cave complex. I have four Cat6 cables of various lengths from 6' to 50' connected to the TRENDnet switch for connecting my various computers in this 2-room "office". Once again, no software setup or config was needed. I have been on the Internet simultaneously with 2 computers connected to the TRENDnet at the same time with no problems while another family member was also on the Internet connected directly to the main router. We have never tested for simultaneous use our current maximum number of 7 connections (3 wired/wireless main house connections + 4 TRENDnet connections). It sounds ridiculous but it may be possible to connect 16 computers by putting a TRENDnet on each of the 4 DSL router ports, but I'm skeptical that all could be on the Internet at the same time - even if we had the DSL bandwidth (and 16 computers). 5Have 2 "daisy chained" no issues. Priced right Topography for my home network:Comcast Atlantato Motorola SB6121 SURFboard DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem - Motorola Retail Packaging (one year old, purchased from Amazon)to Cisco-Linksys WRT54GL Wireless-G Broadband Router (5 years old) which serves multiple wireless and wired devices including 2 desktops, 1 laser printer and forward to the first TE100to the first of the one of these TRENDnet TE100s (6 months old) about 60 feet from the router. This serves an ACER I3 win8 HTPC, Roku media set-top box, Samsung BluRay player, and forward to the 2nd TE100to the 2nd of the TE100s (1 month old) which serves two work laptops about 20 feet from the first (home office). (solves wonky wifi issues to remote room in the house)No noticeable degradation in bandwidth or latency between the Desktops (at router) and laptops (2nd instance of TE100)All applications perform flawlessly via Cisco and ATT VPNs including google voice and video. Wide variety of networked clients to enterprise systems. The 2nd TE100 accompanies to the office or other locations and has come in handy providing additional ports when only one was available. No fussing with it, just plug it in and go. Really a slick solution to extending your local network (just don't attempt to use this without a router to handle IP assignments and share the Internet). 5TRENDnet TE100-S5/AS I bought this switch to allow me to use more than one computer and another device a Captel 800i captioned telephone on the same Verizon DSL line with a Westell 6100 modem/router. The Westell 6100 only has one ethernet port so I bought the switch to allow me to hook more devices to the internet. The ease of use hooking it up and using it is amazing. I turned off the modem/router and I plugged the switch in and hooked the dsl line to one of the ethernet ports in the switch (it doesn't matter which port!). I then hooked the ethernet lines from two computers and another from the CapTel 800i phone to the other free ports. I turned on the modem/router and started using both computers and the phone immediately. No programs to load, no set-up, no rebooting of the computers, nothing! Pure plug and play! It was stress free and absolutely wonderful. If only setting up routers and modems were this easy. A great product, reliable, easy to set-up, and use. The case looks a little cheap, but it is a great product for the money. Can't say enough about it. 5Fantastic Little Switch This little switch is just what I needed! If you've tried using gaming consoles through their wireless adapters, you're mileage may very... In this case, I'm just far enough out of reach from my Actiontec 300 Mbps Wireless-N DSL Modem Router (GT784WN) that the wireless connection just wasn't acceptable, even though everything in it's range is fantastic.I had a few options; buy some Powerline Adapters (costly, possibility they don't work in this house with old electrical wiring, would rather not be the guy who accidently sets the place on fire, etc), or four very long and noticeable (not exactly in the position to drill holes in the house, other devices need other LAN ports, etc) Ethernet cables.In my grand scheme of things, I tried using Internet Connection Sharing with my laptop to my devices which they fought about (couldn't get an Open NAT through ICS). With this set up I was also back to using the laptop through wireless, and just wasn't happy about the situation.Then my brain clicked. Oh yeah! Switches! I managed to forget about using a switch somewhere in my empty brain. So, spending about $10 on Amazon and another $10 on Monoprice for a 100 ft Ethernet cable, I have the router assigning IP addresses and one very long, but tucked away from guests, Ethernet cable running to the switch. The switch itself blends in nicely with my other gadgets.Overall, I'm pretty happy to have a LAN connection going to my PS3, 360, Wii U, and laptop for about $20 total! 5This IS a 5 star purchase I bought this to run 3 video/security camera's at my house. This works without any problems and lets me switch to each camera without any hesitation.With all the "thievin'" going on by lazy people who only get off the couch to steal other' stuff to fuel their "habit" instead of finding a job, these cams are needed. And this port DOES ITS JOB. 5
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Perfect and cheap. Less than $13 to get more ethernet ports, awesome!So far so good. The 2 I bought are functioning flawlessly. I did not need a Gigabit switch because my home network is only for accessing the web. I have several different rooms that have web devices (PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, TV) that need to connect to the network to connect to the web. They ALL function so much better going wired instead of wifi.If I had to do heavy fast networking between devices like my own servers, then I'd pay more for a Gigabit switch. But not needed. Not even close to needed. Don't believe the hype. If all you are doing is connecting to the internet, like MOST people, then you will not benefit from a device that can go faster than your internet downloads. Remember, no matter what is in the chain, the weakest link sets the speed.That's a little over simplified, but I had to do a lot of my own research on this issue of Gigabit switch or not and Cat5E or Cat6 and maybe I can save you some time and money. Pretty much if you have to ask if you need it, then you don't. Reason being is you're probably like most of us and the fastest thing you're doing on your network is downloading (streaming too) at whatever the download speeds you're paying for, which are nowhere near Gigabit speeds. 1 Gigabit = 1,024 Megabits per second (Mbps). My DSL is 10 Mbps. Most folks ISP speeds never exceed 25Mbps, which is 0.024 Gigabits per second.Put it another way: You don't need a switch that can move 1000 things a second when you're already limited (by the ISP) to no more than say 10 or 25 things a second, assuming again that you're like most folks whose home networks are simply for accessing the web. Even if you were able to get 100 Mbps internet speeds that's still only 0.098 Gigabits. Not even a tenth of what a Gigabit switch can do. Hope that helps.Oh and also, switches are smart with their resources unlike hubs meaning that they are more efficient. They send info back and forth ONLY between the devices that need to communicate. A hub sends info to all devices thus reducing the speeds of everything going through it. Off the subject, but just another reason why this switch is all I needed for my high speed DSL of 0.0098 Gbps (10Mbps) 5Liked It So Much - I Bought Two Since dumping cable and running everything off the internet, we have found an increasing need for ethernet ports. TRENDnet TE100-S5 5 Port Ethernet Switch was exactly what we needed to increase the limited number of ethernet ports coming out of the router. Our router is located in our basement and not wanting to run several ethernet cables through the floor for various needs upstairs, I purchased this and ran a single cable. At the moment, we have a Blu-ray player capable of running both Netflix and Amazon Instant Video (among other things) and a computer running out of this single unit. We have had no problem with signal strength, even with both units running at the same time. We also run a MagicJack Plus unit out of this same ethernet switch with no problem.Because we have been able to connect almost everything with an ethernet cable, we have avoided the need to buy wireless adapters for each of our devices which can run from either ethernet connection or wireless. Just avoiding that, we have saved a ton of money and I am pretty convinced we are getting better quality than we would if, for example, the Blu-Ray players were receiving a wireless signal instead of an actual ethernet connection.I was so pleased with the way this unit worked that I purchased a second one to use at work and have had equal success there.I am always looking for great value at low cost and this has provided it. It has been working for over a year now and I have not even paid the slightest bit of attention to it, which is exactly what I want from it. 5This is by far one of the best network switches I have ever used This is by far one of the best network switches I have ever used. you cannot beat the price and the quality is really good. I have used this many times to extend the network to DVR recorder's, Smart TVs and gaming consoles. I also use it for 2-way communications on alarm systems. Works flawlessly every time.I probably have purchased around 15 16 in the last two years. Only one of them actually failed but after a quick test I realize that the switch was intact and the power supply Died out (power surge). I spent $1.99 on a second power supply and the swithc worked like new.I seriously recommend this switch it is worth every penny 5GREENnet version is way slower I bought the TE100-S5/AS (version 1.3R) in 2013 and LOVE it. I love it so much that I bought a second one in 2014. I never noticed until yesterday that the second one isn't the same as the first one (which is weird because I clicked on the same item from my first order thinking I was re-ordering the identical product). The second one has the green line on top (GREENnet) and a slightly different model: TE100-S5/A (version 2.0R). Turns out this GREENnet model allows only half the bandwidth of the original one. It's much much slower according to various speed tests. It maxes out at about 40Mbps, not even coming close to its advertised 100Mbps. I won't be using it anymore. 1home entertainment setup I have a home entertainment system that uses four internet connected devices via ethernet (Dish reciever, Sony BluRay, Xbox 360 and Panasonic TV.) I have a wifi setup in my house that all of my computers wirelessly connect to for internet, but my router also has ethernet out ports for wired devices. My TV and components are 22 ft from the router with the wires concealed, and I considered at first just buying four 25 ft ethernet cables to hook them all up from the outs on the router. I saw this product and it was cheap enough to give it a go, and it works just like a phone cord splitter. There are no "in" or "out" ports on the unit, but as long as one line is hooked up to the modem, all of the other lines get broadband. I have a pretty simple set-up, and getting this instead of four 25 foot cables actually saved me a bunch of money, and eliminated the need to conceal four cables. I'm not sure if all four devices recieve the high speed broadband simultaneously, I'm going to guess that it's the job of a dedicated router to accomplish that task- but if you want to permanently connect four devices that don't all need to be using the internet at once, this does the trick. 5Great little ethernet switch This small device is amazing for the price. Plug and Play connectivity, i.e. no software setup or configuration was necessary.Note that one of the 5 ports is for input, leaving only 4 ports for output. Also, this unit is powered and needs an AC outlet for the included power cord/adapter.For those curious about my setup, please read on:I have my TRENDnet connected to a 100 foot ethernet cable which brings DSL (from our main house phone company's 4-port DSL router) into my distant 2-room man-cave complex. I have four Cat6 cables of various lengths from 6' to 50' connected to the TRENDnet switch for connecting my various computers in this 2-room "office". Once again, no software setup or config was needed. I have been on the Internet simultaneously with 2 computers connected to the TRENDnet at the same time with no problems while another family member was also on the Internet connected directly to the main router. We have never tested for simultaneous use our current maximum number of 7 connections (3 wired/wireless main house connections + 4 TRENDnet connections). It sounds ridiculous but it may be possible to connect 16 computers by putting a TRENDnet on each of the 4 DSL router ports, but I'm skeptical that all could be on the Internet at the same time - even if we had the DSL bandwidth (and 16 computers). 5Have 2 "daisy chained" no issues. Priced right Topography for my home network:Comcast Atlantato Motorola SB6121 SURFboard DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem - Motorola Retail Packaging (one year old, purchased from Amazon)to Cisco-Linksys WRT54GL Wireless-G Broadband Router (5 years old) which serves multiple wireless and wired devices including 2 desktops, 1 laser printer and forward to the first TE100to the first of the one of these TRENDnet TE100s (6 months old) about 60 feet from the router. This serves an ACER I3 win8 HTPC, Roku media set-top box, Samsung BluRay player, and forward to the 2nd TE100to the 2nd of the TE100s (1 month old) which serves two work laptops about 20 feet from the first (home office). (solves wonky wifi issues to remote room in the house)No noticeable degradation in bandwidth or latency between the Desktops (at router) and laptops (2nd instance of TE100)All applications perform flawlessly via Cisco and ATT VPNs including google voice and video. Wide variety of networked clients to enterprise systems. The 2nd TE100 accompanies to the office or other locations and has come in handy providing additional ports when only one was available. No fussing with it, just plug it in and go. Really a slick solution to extending your local network (just don't attempt to use this without a router to handle IP assignments and share the Internet). 5TRENDnet TE100-S5/AS I bought this switch to allow me to use more than one computer and another device a Captel 800i captioned telephone on the same Verizon DSL line with a Westell 6100 modem/router. The Westell 6100 only has one ethernet port so I bought the switch to allow me to hook more devices to the internet. The ease of use hooking it up and using it is amazing. I turned off the modem/router and I plugged the switch in and hooked the dsl line to one of the ethernet ports in the switch (it doesn't matter which port!). I then hooked the ethernet lines from two computers and another from the CapTel 800i phone to the other free ports. I turned on the modem/router and started using both computers and the phone immediately. No programs to load, no set-up, no rebooting of the computers, nothing! Pure plug and play! It was stress free and absolutely wonderful. If only setting up routers and modems were this easy. A great product, reliable, easy to set-up, and use. The case looks a little cheap, but it is a great product for the money. Can't say enough about it. 5Fantastic Little Switch This little switch is just what I needed! If you've tried using gaming consoles through their wireless adapters, you're mileage may very... In this case, I'm just far enough out of reach from my Actiontec 300 Mbps Wireless-N DSL Modem Router (GT784WN) that the wireless connection just wasn't acceptable, even though everything in it's range is fantastic.I had a few options; buy some Powerline Adapters (costly, possibility they don't work in this house with old electrical wiring, would rather not be the guy who accidently sets the place on fire, etc), or four very long and noticeable (not exactly in the position to drill holes in the house, other devices need other LAN ports, etc) Ethernet cables.In my grand scheme of things, I tried using Internet Connection Sharing with my laptop to my devices which they fought about (couldn't get an Open NAT through ICS). With this set up I was also back to using the laptop through wireless, and just wasn't happy about the situation.Then my brain clicked. Oh yeah! Switches! I managed to forget about using a switch somewhere in my empty brain. So, spending about $10 on Amazon and another $10 on Monoprice for a 100 ft Ethernet cable, I have the router assigning IP addresses and one very long, but tucked away from guests, Ethernet cable running to the switch. The switch itself blends in nicely with my other gadgets.Overall, I'm pretty happy to have a LAN connection going to my PS3, 360, Wii U, and laptop for about $20 total! 5This IS a 5 star purchase I bought this to run 3 video/security camera's at my house. This works without any problems and lets me switch to each camera without any hesitation.With all the "thievin'" going on by lazy people who only get off the couch to steal other' stuff to fuel their "habit" instead of finding a job, these cams are needed. And this port DOES ITS JOB. 5
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