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1. NETGEAR Wireless Digital Music
$35.00 list($100.00)
2. Netgear DS104 4-Port 10/100 Dual
$25.99 $19.99 list($39.00)
3. Netgear EN104TP 4-Port 10 Mbps
$266.90
4. Netgear FWAG114 ProSafe Dual Band
$56.99 $45.00 list($85.99)
5. NETGEAR DS108 8 Port 10/100 Mbps
$40.00 list($84.00)
6. Netgear DS106 6-Port 10/100 Dual
$46.00 list($239.99)
7. Netgear DS508 8-Port 10/100 Dual
$122.95 list($430.00)
8. Netgear DS524 24-Port 10/100 Dual
$49.95 list($180.00)
9. NETGEAR DS116 16 Port Hub (10/100
list($109.99)
10. Netgear EN308TC 8-Port ethernet
list($199.00)
11. Netgear EN524 24-Port Ethernet
list($59.99)
12. Netgear EN108TPNA 8-Port 10 Base
list($49.00)
13. Netgear EN106TP 10Base-T Ethernet
$159.95 list($249.99)
14. Netgear DS516 16-Port 10/100 Dual

1. NETGEAR Wireless Digital Music Player
list price: $216.00
our price: $105.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00011Y1MQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 2274
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Streams and plays MP3s and Windows Media format digital files from all of your networked PCs and Internet radio directly to your home stereo
  • Compatible with your existing 802.11b or 802.11g wireless home network
  • Remote control and vivid LCD interface for easy browsing of music collection
  • Listen through your stereo, boom box, headphones, or powered speakers
  • Compatible with Windows 98, 98SE, Me, 2000 or XP

Reviews (13)

4-0 out of 5 stars Does what it says
I'm not sure what the reviewer from England was reading as the datasheet on Netgear's website makes clear that a subscription to Rhapsody is required for the internet radio functionality -- in fact that's the main reason I purchased it since I already can stream MP3s via Tivo but got sick of stringing cable around to get internet radio to the stereo. (Additionally, keeping the TV on all the time when streaming music can get tiresome.)

One advantage to this product is that it wirelessly streams MP3s (and WMAS) at up to 320 rather than the standard 128 rate that some of the prior competing products knocked down MP3s to (so you don't lose the quality difference if you've encoded MP3s at a higher rate).

It can take some time to get through the playlist but not unreasonably so. And the price is relatively cheap compared to other wireless streaming solutions.

PS. Make sure you upgrade the firmware and software -- it addresss a number of the complaints of the other reviewers (dropped connections, lack of Internet radio etc.) I also found that its very sensitive to interference from other wireless networks -- and worked much better when I shifted my entire network up to a higher channel.)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great for Wired Rhapsody. Beware otherwise.
Good: The unit is attractive and solid, the sound is great. The unit's interface is surprisingly easy to navigate with the remote. If you have cataloged your MP3 music properly (playlists or MP3 tags), you will have no problem navigating a large library. Cataloging is not an issue using Rhapsody because it's automatic.

Bad: The wireless mode fails to connect, even though my dhcp server (linksys wireless router with all default settings) says an IP address was provided. As a network professional, I recommend against wireless if wired is an option for reasons mentioned in earlier reviews. As far as I can tell, it's mandate if you are not using a netgear hub.

The included media server is so bad that it's almost inoperable. It fails to operate as a service, requiring PC login elsewhere on the network. I was hoping that the unit could directly connect to Rhapsody, but that also requires a login to a PC. To get around the deficiencies of the media server, I manage all cataloging and playlists through Real Player.

Ugly: It cannot play internet radio. For that there is no workaround, and I almost returned the unit. I can only hope that one day Real Player can integrate with the unit.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works Great !!
The only problem I encountered was with my software firewall (Zone Alarm). After I disabled it, the MA101 is flawless! Looking for a fix now. It streams my 300+ cd collection from my pc to my stereo with virtually no lag time. Also installed the free 30-day Rhapsody software. Again, hardly any lag time between songs...even when using the shuffle feature. I'm very pleased!!

FYI: Athlon XP 2500+
1GB Ram
2-160GB Hard Drives
3Mb Broadband Connection

1-0 out of 5 stars It is good
Good that is if you want a fancy looking paper-weight or a $100+ piƱata, this is the way to go. After 20+ hours trying to get it to work I almost hit it with a baseball bat.

Like many of the bad reviews, I encountered frequent (like every 15 minutes) loss of server contact, box locks up and needs to be unplugged to re-boot, remote is unresponsive once the system crashes, using the remote while playing a song will sometimes crash it, and even when it does reboot it rarely finds the network again. The server software locked up my computer numerous times and now I get this stupid "wjveiw" error every time I boot up. It would reliably ping from my computer for hours, but somehow the mp101 would always say it lost server contact or lock up.

This will be returned, I think the only people making money on this product are the delivery companies. I should of bought it at a local store, now I have to pay $20+ for round trip shipping ,since I was so excited to get it I paid for 2'nd day air, big mistake. I think Amazon should credit that at least.

Went out and bought the linksys WMLS11b at Walmart for $149. It rocks, comes with it's own speakers and external jacks, even an optical, if you want to use your own stereo. So far no major problems. Loads 100's of internet radio stations automatically (I'm listening to my old college station right now, pretty cool). News, international, and plenty of music genres. You can even can listen to air traffic controllers and police scanners where available. Yes I know, internet radio is available with out the server, but it makes it 100 times more convenient than searching on your computer.

Some minor problems with the linksys, are the shuffle function is not working (I'll call tech support see if they can help), the vertical and horizontal footprint is larger than the mp101. Remote looks like it should operate a 1980's betamax player.

Set up time was about an hour. I have no idea how people got the mp101 to work reliably, esp. with rhapsody (yes, the upnp was enabled). The firmware and server upgrades did not improve the quality.

Sorry to bash a product, but this is a stinker! I lost 20 hours of my life and $20+ in shipping. If you want to try it out I suggest buying it somewhere that it can be quickly and easily returned without cost. OK, no more thinking about this product, I'm done venting.

FYI: My System; 1.8 ghz, win XP, wireless netgear 11.b network, internet 3Mb connection.

1-0 out of 5 stars Great Idea - Poor Software
Great Idea, Wireless network set up OK, loaded software and scanned for MP3 files. Everything working fine, couldn't be happier.

Then I started loading more of my CD's and LP's into MP3 format for use with the system. Problems, each time I added more music the software "broke" and the browse music function stopped working. Each time I tried to select by Artist I could only get half way through the "B"s before the list would loop back. Any attempt to search by starting letter would produce a "Search Failed" message.

Deleting the music and loading from scratch did not solve the problem. Neither did restarting either the computer or the MP101

So far the only thing that has worked is un-installing and then re-installing the software, complete with rescanning for music. Not a viable options for each time I add more music.

As for customer support ? I'm still waiting for a response. ... Read more


2. Netgear DS104 4-Port 10/100 Dual Speed Hub with Uplink Button
list price: $100.00
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Asin: B00000J4LQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 8488
Average Customer Review: 3.85 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Netgear DS-104 4-Port 10/100Mbps Dual Speed Hub connects multiple PCs to share printers, files, Internet access, and e-mail communications. You can mix and match 10 and 100 Mbps PCs, servers, and peripherals with this hub, all without any configuration required. The DS100 family combines many capabilities in a compact package and is designed for cost-conscious small-business users.

Each unit has a built-in self-learning bridge that provides the communications link between the 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps network devices. The intelligent bridge automatically manages network traffic so that 100 Mbps traffic and 10 Mpbs traffic do not unnecessarily crowd each other. ... Read more

Features

  • Auto-sensing dual-speed ports
  • Full connectivity among devices
  • Easy Plus and Play installation
  • Compact, sturdy metal case
  • Vista network ports with built-in LEDs

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars dependable, solid, inexpensive -- it doesn't get much better
I purchased this hub as part of a network starter kit (2 PCI ethernet cards + hub) and had no problems installing it. I run both Unix/Linux and Windoze machines and wanted all machines to be networked even with a mix of operating systems running at the same time -- and that meant simultaneous internet access, multi-player games, shared printers, etc. Basically, I wanted the network to do everything, so that any family member could sit down at a machine and do what they needed to do.

The DS-104 hub delivered from the time I installed it until the day I replaced it with a router (RT-314, also from Netgear). Installation was a snap, and as soon as I turned it on, I never had a moment's trouble from the DS-104.

So why did I switch? In two words, performance and price. Although the DS-104 is a fine product, its multiuser performance simply can't compare to a switch (which was built-in to the RT-314 router I replaced it with). I noticed that performance suffered when all of us wanted to use the computers simultaneously, which got me thinking about alternatives to improve performance. I initially intended to replace the DS-104 with a switch. After checking prices, I realized that I could actually purchase a router (switch + hardware firewall) for less than the cost of a switch alone. I eventually went that route, after receiving outstanding service from the DS-104 hub.

So was this purchase a throw-away? Hardly. The DS-104 did what it promised to do, reliably and without fuss. It handles both 10 and 100 Mbps connections transparently, so you don't even need to know the speed of whatever you're connecting. It's well-constructed (metal case instead of plastic) and absolutely reliable. Although I've replaced the DS-104 with a router, I haven't gotten rid of it -- I'm saving it for the day when I need to add several machines to the network and I'm out of ports on my router.

The DS-104 is solid, dependable networking at a very reasonable price. Recommended.

4-0 out of 5 stars The thing just works!
I took this hub out of the box, plugged it in, connected it to our internal network and my two PC's about two months ago, and it has worked flawlessly ever since. All without reading the manual! This hub is perfect for me because I occasionally attach a legacy 10Mbps device and don't need more than three ports (other than to link to our existing network).

One warning - if you have other Netgear hubs and equipment, keep the power supplies separate. I had a single-speed 100Mbps hub and got the power supplies mixed up. The unit looked like it was working but actually wasn't. The power supplies look similar, the plugs are the same, but I think the current and/or voltages are different.

Other than that, this is a great product. As I said earlier, it just works. When you factor in price, you can't miss.

3-0 out of 5 stars Switch to a Switch, and skip the Hub Bub
I bought a ds-108 Netgear Hub it performed fine, I THOUGHT, when I looked closer it was not efficient in delivering the print jobs. The tech support from NetGear is FANTASTIC... and after talking to a few folks at Verizon, and the ISP I switched to a FS-108 switch. BIG difference. Really I can't see any reason to get a hub when you can get a switch. The cost difference is minimal but the performance difference is like comparing a candle to an electric light. Switch from the hub to a "SWITCH" Or continuing holding a candle to the electric light.

1-0 out of 5 stars These hubs have a problem!
If you are using just a single hub you probably won't have any problems.

If you plan on daisy-chainging them together, you will run into an issue where the hubs must be reset every week or so. They will initially work but then, without any reason, the link between them will quit working. We had Netgear 200+ hubs and found this problem in nearly all of them.

Netgear support was of no help either. Since there was no way of reproducing the problem, they took the stance that there was no problem!

1-0 out of 5 stars very difficult to setup
I have tried to set up this hub with my home cpu and laptop and with no luck so far. I am using windows xp on both cpu's and I am getting frustrated with the whole thing, I am getting sorry I bought this hub, it shouldn't be this much trouble to set up a connection between my computers. I may take it back to the store where I bought it and find something a little easier to set up. If I do not succeed in getting help from the people who manufactured it, it is history. ... Read more


3. Netgear EN104TP 4-Port 10 Mbps Ethernet Hub RJ-45 with Uplink Button
list price: $39.00
our price: $25.99
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Asin: B00000J4M9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 6650
Average Customer Review: 4.21 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Netgear EN104TP is an Ethernet hub supporting four 10Base-T ports and a push-button uplink port for network expansion. Connecting multiple PCs, this device provides a speed of 10 Mbps for information exchange, resource sharing, and client-server or peer-to-peer applications solutions with simple unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) wiring. Built-in LED indicators clearly display port status. Plug-and-play installation with no software to configure makes this device easy to use.

Note: The EN104TP version of the EN104 provides no BNC or AUI connection.

The Netgear EN104TP Ethernet Hub comes with a limited lifetime warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Low-cost version of EN104 (no BNC support)
  • Uplink port for network expansion
  • Vista jacks with built-in LED indicators
  • Resource sharing
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Reviews (29)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best hub for a home network
I bought this hub to connect the computers in my home so they could share a cable modem. I looked at a lot of 10Base-T hubs, and found this one to be among the least expensive with the best satisfaction ratings. I am especially impressed with the hub's small size and metal case -- other hubs are larger and have plastic cases.

To me, the best recommendation for a piece of network hardware is that you never have to think about it, it just works. This hub gives me that in spades.

4-0 out of 5 stars A solid hub, but 10 Mbps is too limiting today.
Our office used to use a handful of the EN-104 4-port hubs and some of the EN-108 (the 8-port version of the same product).

As 10 Mbps hubs go, the EN-104's are really nice.

The quality of NetGear equipment has always impressed me:

- Nice sturdy metal construction instead of plastic.

- Status indicators built into the jacks, so you can easily tell which cable is connected and is active.

- Right-angled barrel power connector which reduce the likelihood of disconnecting power accidentally.

- With an easy-to-access switch, Port 1 toggles between station mode and uplink mode. Unlike some hubs where two jacks are wired together, this design prevents accidentally shorting a station to an uplink.

- Screw-mount notches on the underside allows for easy attachment to the wall, underside of a counter, etc.

If you want to set up a network without spending much, these hubs work well. However, I suggest you buy a 10/100 Mbps hub instead.

Here's why:

Practically all new networkable devices today support 100 Mbps (FastEthernet) as well as 10 Mbps (Ethernet). The EN-104 hub (and other 10 Mbps hubs) will limit you to the slower speed.

As 10/100 Mbps hubs are readily available today, and are quite affordable, I think your money is better spent on the faster hub.

Is there a noticeable difference between 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps? It depends on your usage, but if you regularly work with files larger than about 300 KBytes or larger, you'll notice a tangible difference. For truly large files (like graphics/movies, or when installing an application via a network drive), a 10 second transfer at 100 Mbps will take well over a minute at 10 Mbps.

If the NetGear 10/100 hub (DS-104) is a bit too pricey for you, you might consider the Linksys EFAH05W 10/100 hub. Though not as "nice" as NetGear equipment, the Linksys 10/100 hub is only a few dollars more than this NetGear 10 Mbps hub.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for Home Network!
I have bought two of these for home and office use. They work flawlessy and for the price you cannot beat the functionality. I was running at least Windows 98 on all computers I hooked up to the ethernet hub. Windows makes it easy to set up file and printer sharing.

After you are hooked up to a network you will not need to swap disks all the time in order to exchange information or to move files for printing. You can transfer a hundred megabytes in a minute or two depending on the kinds of files.

Setup is a breeze if you have ethernet cards installed already. Even if you do not have cards installed already there are instructions to walk you through step by step.

2-0 out of 5 stars just for your info
this product is OK for networking under 50 feet, i had the previous version which is the EN104 (NOT EN104tp) with the bnc port, that one work for my home networking, but when i bought this one DONT WORK, called cust support and he said its a diffrent chip inside that couldnt handle that far of a distance, i thought just to let you people know about this.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Back-up
I use this hub as a backup when my 100 base switch fails, which appears to be quite often. This hub has saved me on many occassions, and while it is only 10 base, it still works 100% of the time flawlessly. It is very reasonably priced, and is simple to cascade using the uplink (ie you don't have to purchase extra crossover cables, which are more expensive) feature, as well as a standalone network.

There is no software to install, it is literally plug and transfer. Highly recommended. ... Read more


4. Netgear FWAG114 ProSafe Dual Band Wireless VPN Firewall

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Asin: B00009L1XV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 16002
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 802.11a/b/g wireless LAN connectivity
  • True Firewall routing with Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) and Intrusion Detection
  • Denial of Service (DoS) attack protection
  • Support for two IPSec-based VPN end-point tunnels
  • Up to 108 Mbps wireless throughput

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Product
I highly recommend this product, which can be used with their other NetGear connectivity products (PCI cards, etc) as well as Centrino-based laptops seamlessly.
Everything works right out of the box, first time!

4-0 out of 5 stars It's a good WAP/router combo
Works very well.
Although it's a little slow for intranet transfers.
I use it with long (152 and 128 bit) WEP keys and maybe
that explains why local transfers are a bit slow.
SSID broadcasting can be turned off for both the A and G
APs which is a very desirable.
The radio signal is strong unlike other APs I've used before.
Highly recommended. ... Read more


5. NETGEAR DS108 8 Port 10/100 Mbps Dual Speed Hub
list price: $85.99
our price: $56.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00000J4L5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 8674
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Netgear DS-108 10/100Mbps Dual Speed Hub connects multiple PCs to share printers, files, Internet access, and e-mail communications. You can mix and match 10 and 100 Mbps PCs, servers, and peripherals with this hub, all without any configuration required. The DS100 family combines many capabilities in a compact package and is designed for cost-conscious small-business users.

Each unit has a built-in self-learning bridge that provides the communications link between the 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps network devices. The intelligent bridge automatically manages network traffic so that 100 Mbps traffic and 10 Mpbs traffic do not unnecessarily crowd each other. ... Read more

Features

  • 8-port dual-speed hub
  • Very small footprint
  • LEDs integrated into the RJ-45 jacks to clearly show status and bandwidth use
  • Push button RJ-45 uplink port for expansion
  • Type 2 repeater

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars NETGEAR Fan!
As stated in the other review, this product is housed in a sturdy metal casing, has lots of indicator lights, and comes from Bay Networks.

I use my DS-108 in a 100% Netgear environment. It is connected to my NetGear RT-328 ISDN Router. I have had no problems with this piece and it worked as advertised right out of the box.

The support for NetGear products is great! You can get lots of answers from the NetGear website as well as register your products online too.

I am a Systems Administrator for a growing software development company, and I give NetGear two thumbs up! If you can't or don't want to pay big bucks for Cisco, 3Com, Intel, then NetGear is for you-- the most BANG for the BUCK!

2-0 out of 5 stars Mediocre Hub With Issues
I've been using this hub for about 6 months now and am looking to replace it. About once a week, it hangs unrecoverably and requires its power cord removed to power it off, then replaced to reset it. In short, it is really a pain, and since hubs like this are a dime a dozen you would probably be better off with an SMC or a D-Link.

5-0 out of 5 stars Way better than Linksys!
Too many Linksys hubs getting cooked. I've replaced several of them with this hub without a problem since. NETGEAR TAKE NOTE: When you have a LOT of Netgear components, you want them all to look/stack in a uniform manner! So why the silly silver oval garbage with the dim LED's??? I like rectangular blue metal! It's a much more professional design to work with.
Get these hubs before they're all gone and all you can get is funny colored plastic.

5-0 out of 5 stars a blazing, sturdy hub
Net gear is owned by by Bay Networks, which does not make rinky dink equipment.

This hub has solid metal construction, sockets in the front, and lots of flickering lights that show the tranfer speed, and show who is connecting at either 10 or 100 Mbs. We use it to share one (adelphia 2-way cable) internet connection among 6 PCs, along with files and printing. No problems so far.

This hub handles the standard hub task with ease, and with a utilitarian aesthetic quality that you won't see in 3com's white plastic. 3Coms tries to disguise their hub as an external modem- why?

(p.s. I'm confused as to why 3Com's 8-port 10/100 hub costs over twice as much) ... Read more


6. Netgear DS106 6-Port 10/100 Dual Speed Hub with Uplink Button
list price: $84.00
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Asin: B00002EQD5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 24271
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Netgear DS100 series of 10/100 Mbps dual-speed hubs connects multiple PCs to share printers, files, Internet access, and e-mail communications. One can mix and match 10 and 100 Mbps PCs, servers, and peripherals with these hubs, all without any configuration required. The DS100 family combines many capabilities in little space, and the units are designed for price-conscious small-business owners. One can connect 10 or 100 Mbps network devices to the hub. Each port individually senses and adjusts to run at the proper speed.

Each unit has a built-in self-learning bridge that provides the communications link between the 10 and 100 Mbps network devices. The intelligent bridge automatically manages network traffic so that 10 Mbps traffic and 100 Mbps traffic do not crowd each other's segments. ... Read more

Features

  • Autosensing dual-speed ports
  • Full connectivity among devices
  • Easy Plug and Play installation
  • Compact, sturdy metal case
  • Vista network ports with built-in LEDs

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great price on a quality product
A good solid performer, does what it is supposed to do. I have been using its "baby brother", the DS104, for several years... just needed a couple of more ports. Entirely suitable for home networking, home office or small office use. Very heavy users would be better off with a switch rather than a hub, but this will be fine for most.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Hub. Great Price.
An earlier review stated "this hub only appears to provide half-duplex support".This is part of the definition of a hub vs a switch, thus the product is not flawed. A switch will provide full duplex and is more appropriate for multiple high bandwidth devices. If you're attempting to decide HUB vs SWITCH, do a google search before you buy.

I have been a fan of Netgear products since they were originally under BayNetworks. They make high quality devices, attractive design, and they normally offer long warranties. This product is no different. I've had it serving up a couple of machines now for over a year without incident. It's remained on 24 hours / 365 days and performs nicely.

The only downside I've seen with Netgear is their on going support (Firmware upgrades, etc.). Obvisouly that won't be an issue with this device, but something to consider if your also looking at them to provide a router solution. Also, the power adaptors seem to go a little too often.

All and all, this is a great hub and wonderful price. I can think of no reason for some who needs a hub to not pick this up.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Purchase
Great performance and stability - installed it in the ceiling of a middle school. Highly recommended for 5-6 computer systems.

4-0 out of 5 stars It's a hub. 'Nuff said.
It's a hub, and it does it's job well. Only one weird thing I'm noticing is that it appears to support only half-duplex (instead of full-duplex) on it's ports. But other than that, it works great. Just plug in all your stuff, and off you go. The network traffic indicator lights are great for seeing what's going on and how "strained" your hub is. This is perfect for a small office or home network, but if you are going to be dealing with nonstop traffic/bandwidth, I would probably go with buying a switch instead of a hub.

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW! DIDN'T KNOW I COULD HAVE SUCH A STABLE AND FAST MODEM!!
i can't believe it! i have a cable modem that i used with the hub and connected it to 5 other computers. it works great and the modem is very stable... i highly recomend this to anyone that wants home-networking. it is easy to use and i connected a cable modem to the hub using a router and with no hastle, it worked like a dream! ... Read more


7. Netgear DS508 8-Port 10/100 Dual Speed Stackable Hub RJ45 with Internal Power Supply & Rackmount Kit
list price: $239.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000063UZY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 40270
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8. Netgear DS524 24-Port 10/100 Dual Speed Stackable Hub RJ-45 with Internal Power Supply & Rackmount Kit
list price: $430.00
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Asin: B00004Y7LR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 41126
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9. NETGEAR DS116 16 Port Hub (10/100 Mbps)
list price: $180.00
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Asin: B00004SX3Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 26247
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Netgear dual-speed 10/100 Mbps hub connects multiple PCs to shareprinters, files, Internet access, and e-mail communications. You can mix andmatch 10 and 100 Mbps PCs, servers, and peripherals with these hubs, withoutreconfiguring. It is part of the DS100 family by Netgear, which combinesmultiple capabilities with affordability.

Auto sensing dual-speed ports individually sense and adjust to run at the properspeed for the connection you're using. Each unit has a built-in self-learningbridge, which provides the communications link between the 10 and the 100 Mbpsnetwork devices. The intelligent bridge automatically manages network traffic sothat 100 Mbps traffic does not unnecessarily crowd the 10 Mbps network segmentand vice versa.

The hub is ready to go with easy plug-and-play installation. It's compact andsturdy, and can be wall mounted. The built-in LEDs on the ports provide clearand intuitive status information. Netgear provides a five-year warranty on thehub and a one-year warranty on the power supply. Free 24-hour phone support isalso available. ... Read more

Features

  • Full connectivity among devices
  • Easy plug-and-play installation
  • Compact, sturdy metal case
  • Vista network ports with built-in LEDs

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars great easy hub..but for the price why not buy a switch
For less than $150 you can buy the FS116 switch. For that price difference, if any, you gain a lot more.

If you don't know the difference between a hub and a switch here is a brief summary.

Hub..share 100/10 MBit bandwidth between all 16 ports.

Switch..each connection has its own 100/10 Mbit bandwidth.

For most applications the Hub will work just fine but if you can get more for the same money..why not.

I actually bought and returned this item. At the time the description stated switch and it wasn't a switch. Its a hub.

4-0 out of 5 stars Well, just another nice hub from Netgear
I have use this 16-port hub at two of my business customers offices. It is a great little hub (yes, very small for a 16-port). It has an uplink port, handy for their Internet connection, and it has wall mount holes in the back of it. I like Netgear's stuff, especially for the price point. Highly Recomend this component. Cheap, compact, looks good next to telecom equipment, and effective. ... Read more


10. Netgear EN308TC 8-Port ethernet Hub with Rear Facing ports, BNC, & Uplink Button
list price: $109.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004Z7LD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 36778
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11. Netgear EN524 24-Port Ethernet Hub
list price: $199.00
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Asin: B00004Z8AI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 37914
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12. Netgear EN108TPNA 8-Port 10 Base T Ethernet Hub
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00004Z738
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 28421
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13. Netgear EN106TP 10Base-T Ethernet Hub
list price: $49.00
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Asin: B00004SYLP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 24834
Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Netgear EN106TP 10Base-T Ethernet hub delivers standards-based, plug-and-play networking solutions for small businesses, home offices, and low-density workgroups. Featuring a compact design and low cost, the hub represents an extraordinary value for users seeking the most straightforward and reliable connectivity solution available.

The EN106TP provides effective information exchange, resource sharing, and client/server or peer-to-peer applications solution with simple UTP (unshielded twisted-pair) wiring. The slim, sturdy metal case design provides a visual enhancement to the workspace without cluttering it, and the compact design fits anywhere--on the desktop or wall. The vista jacks with built-in LED indicators clearly indicate port status, simplifying installation and troubleshooting. The unit is plug and play with no software to configure.

Netgear backs the EN106TP with a limited lifetime warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Features vista jacks with built-in LED indicators
  • Provides effective information exchange, resource sharing, and client/server or peer-to-peer applications solution
  • Uplink port for network expansion
  • Compact, sturdy metal casing
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars this hub is made for a small home network!
i just got DSL with statis IPs and a 6 meg connection. im flying! but anyways, this hub is very reliable. ive had it about a week and data packets flow thru it as smooth as butter. i networked mine and my roommatte's PCs and ive had no problems whatsoever. one of the ports is designated for the uplink, then u can fill the other ports with CPUs. netgear offers good performance for a great price. the hub is good quality and its perfect for networking PCs at home. its made of metal, not cheap plastic, and is sturdy. buy this hub if you have a home or small office network.

5-0 out of 5 stars works mahvelous
I've never had Netgear equipment fail. Small and compact, reliable but not pricey, and in a 6-port size. Most hubs come in 4 or 8+. Durable metal also, instead of cheap plastic like other brands.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for Home Network!
I have bought two of these for home and office use. They work flawlessy and for the price you cannot beat the functionality. I was running at least Windows 98 on all computers I hooked up to the ethernet hub. Windows makes it easy to set up file and printer sharing.

After you are hooked up to a network you will not need to swap disks all the time in order to exchange information or to move files for printing. You can transfer a hundred megabytes in a minute or two depending on the kinds of files.

Setup is a breeze if you have ethernet cards installed already. Even if you do not have cards installed already there are instructions to walk you through step by step. By the way, if you are just using this for a home network, pick out the Netgear hub combo that gives you the most stuff for the cheapest. I have bought at least 3 different ones and the all provide the same functionality as far as I can tell. It is just that sometimes they come with one more port, or an extra cable, or multiple speed compatibilities.

5-0 out of 5 stars Answer to BNC question from Sep 17
If you need a BNC connector, you have to buy the EN104 or the EN108. The 'TP' designator on an EN product means it only supports 'twisted pair' or the RJ-45 connectors.

1-0 out of 5 stars Can i connect my BNC-cable?
I would like to know or i can connect this HUB to my BNC (or Coax in Dutch) Network. Can somebody help me?

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14. Netgear DS516 16-Port 10/100 Dual Speed Stackable Hub RJ-45 with Internal Power Supply & Rackmount Kit
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00004Z8TG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 38745
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