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TP-LINK TL-SG1008D 10/100/1000Mbps Unmanaged 8-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch, Power-Saving
  • 8 x RJ45 Ports, Auto MDI / MDIX
  • 8K MAC Address Table
  • 9K Jumbo frame
  • 16Gbps Switching Capacity
  • Saves the Power up to 80%
  • IEEE 802.3x Flow Control
  • Plug and Play
  • $44.99
  • $23.99 
  • Save: $21.00 (47%)
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Nice size


Not sure what is going on with this switch, I have had it for a couple of days with 3 computers plugged in, only one was ever running. Never got the chance to test with multiple computers on.

While working all day via CITRIX the switch just stopped working. Power light would be on but all connection link lights went out and connectivity was gone.

The network link is via another wireless switch, no one else was affected, just all connected to this switch.

Switch was warm to the touch, I'd unplug fiddled with it and all came back up. Switch was on my desk so there was plenty of air flow. Up time seems to be around 2 1/2 hours before going out.

I have another backup switch I have, 5 port, that I've put in and I'm fine.

Hate to give this a bad rating given all the good ones.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Customer,

We are sorry to hear that you are having issues with this device. This particular issue is not a common one, and it is very hard to configure any settings to trouble-shoot, as this is an unmanaged switch. The best test setup would be to have one Computer and one Router plugging into the switch; this should help isolate the network connection to pinpoint the issue. This set up should theoretically be up 24/7 without crashing. This may also help determine if CITRIX is causing any sort of ip conflict that could be taking down the network. Most issues in an unmanaged switch are caused by poor connectivity – bad cables, ip collisions, redundant connections – or physical hardware issues in the switch itself. If you continue to have further issues with the device, then our RMA department will be happy to replace your switch under warranty.

We apologize for any inconvenience that his device may have caused you and hope you will continue to try out our latest products.

Best Regards!
TP-LINK Support Team
(866) 225-8139

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