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41. Netgear FS-105 5-Port Fast Ethernet
$36.99 $25.00 list($69.99)
42. NETGEAR FS608 8 Port Switch (10/100)
$25.99 $17.99 list($48.00)
43. Netgear GA311 Gigabit PCI Adapter
$49.99 list($99.99)
44. NETGEAR FS108 8 Port Fast Ethernet
$142.99 $129.99 list()
45. Netgear ME103 802.11b ProSafe
$35.00 list($100.00)
46. Netgear DS104 4-Port 10/100 Dual
$54.99
47. Netgear WG121 Wireless 802.11g
$113.99 $59.95 list()
48. Netgear JFS524 24-port Fast Ethernet
49. NETGEAR FR328S 8 Port Cable/DSL
list($350.99)
50. Netgear RM356 Remote Access 56K
$98.99 $70.00 list($145.99)
51. Netgear PS110 10/100 Print Server
$145.99 $134.95 list()
52. Netgear ANT24D18 Ant 18DBI Patch
$49.00 list($99.99)
53. Netgear ME102 802.11b Wireless
list($49.99)
54. Netgear FA411 PC Card 10/100 MBPS
$370.99 $362.37 list()
55. Netgear GS516T 16-port Copper
$25.99 $19.99 list($39.00)
56. Netgear EN104TP 4-Port 10 Mbps
$32.99 $20.00 list($61.00)
57. NETGEAR FA511 32-bit CarBus PC
$48.99 list($72.00)
58. Netgear GA511 Gigabit PC Card
$266.90
59. Netgear FWAG114 ProSafe Dual Band
$56.99 $45.00 list($85.99)
60. NETGEAR DS108 8 Port 10/100 Mbps

41. Netgear FS-105 5-Port Fast Ethernet Switch-Metal Case
list price: $72.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00002EQCW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 6874
Average Customer Review: 4.53 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Netgear FS-105 Port 10/100 autosensing switch simplifies 100 MBps switching technology for the small-office marketplace. This product provide a way to instantaneously boost network performance while preserving your network infrastructure, including installed cabling and desktop software and hardware.

All five ports automatically sense speed, installation is Plug and Play, and each connection can easily be upgraded from 10 to 100 Mbps. Each port provides dedicated 10 or 100 Mbps bandwidth for connecting PCs, servers, and hubs. In full duplex mode, each port supports up to 200 Mbps of throughput.

The switch supports n-way autonegotiation, and each port automatically senses and operates at the proper duplex mode while built-in LEDs clearly indicate port status. These features take the burdens of configuration, installation, and troubleshooting off the user.

The switch is Plug and Play, so there's no software to configure. The switch is protocol independent and is compatible with all popular networks such as the Internet, TCP/IP, NetWare, Windows, and LANtastic. ... Read more

Features

  • Fast Ethernet switch
  • 5 switched 10/100 Mbps ports
  • Automatic speed and full or half duplex
  • Vista jacks with built-in LEDs
  • Compact and easy to install

Reviews (17)

4-0 out of 5 stars Fast router, flexible, design is a bit uncomfortable for me.
I originally had a hub, and when I realized that I wasn't getting anywhere near the throughput I would get with a switch, the obvious choice was netgear. the switch is fast, slick looking, and has LED's to tell you everything about your connections. the downside? design. the ethernet cables plug into the front of the unit, while the power cord plugs into the back. the problem here is that if your ethernet cables are as flexible as warm butter, they get in the way of the led's or each other. when i plugged three cables in, the box sat to the side because the weight of the cable held up up. if you are going to wall mount the unit (it comes with screws to do so) then that might help, but if you are going to set it on your desk, the ethernet cables have to run from the front of it, instead of behind... the unit also gets warm, so make sure you have clearance on all sides so it gets air. otherwise, despite the design issues, the product is slick. has led for 10/100mb, full duplex, collisions, and the 5th port doubles as an uplink.... for fast networking netgear makes a quality product.

5-0 out of 5 stars A good, solid switch. A little nicer than others.
With switch prices coming down to about $10-per-port, it's hard to justify buying anything less than a 10/100-switch for all but the most cost-conscious buyer.

As most 5-port 10/100 switches have the same capabilities and cost about the same, there's not much to distinguish one from another. Still, I particularly like the Netgear FS-105 5-port switch. Like other products from Netgear, this switch is a little nicer than the competition because it has:

- Nice sturdy metal construction instead of plastic. The case also has a grounding tab in case you're using the switch in a (electrically) high-noise environment.

- Connection status indicators built into the jacks, so you can easily tell which cable is connected and is active. (The "vistajack" feature.)

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

- An easy-to-access switch to toggle port 1 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.

With a 1000-MAC address buffer and 200 Kbytes-per-port packet buffer, this switch can easily handle the typical traffic load of small- and medium-sized networks.

The Netgear product is not the cheapest 10/100-switch (check out the D-Link Fast Ethernet Switch, for example), but for overall design and value-for-money, I still like the Netgear the most.

4-0 out of 5 stars I wish the ports were on the back
I agree with the other reviewers, in that this is a very solid built and reliable product. I've been using mine for six months now and have not had to touch it. It performs very well, as I've ran multiple file transfers simultaneously among four computers and it was amazingly faster than when using an older 10/100 hub.

The one complaint that I have about Netgear switches and routers is that many of them have the ports on the front of the unit instead of the back. If you're installing this in some out-of-the-way place like your attic or basement, or if you're installing in a computer rack where you want everything facing front, this is a non-issue. If you want to put this on your desktop it is a major inconvenience, because the cables coming into the switch will either be strung across the front of your desk, or will snake over and behind the unit. In either case, you have cables on your desktop and it's quite unsightly.

All things considered I'm still happy with the Netgear switch, but if I had it to do over again I would have probably bought one that worked better in my home office.

5-0 out of 5 stars Reliable switch
Sturdy construction in an unobstrusive yet eye-catching package, the FS105 is an excellent workhorse! I have been using one for the past 1 1/2 years without a hitch. Setup is easy and quick so there is very little hassle and headaches involved.

Only one problem is that it tends to run rather warm so I elevate the switch on 2 jenga blocks to allow for better heat dissipation.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good Device, Small Size is a +
I'm not hiding that I like Netgear products for entry level use. This device has a 5th port that you can use in uplink or normal mode. It is very compact with indicator lights for connection and collisions. It is also very reliable. ... Read more


42. NETGEAR FS608 8 Port Switch (10/100)
list price: $69.99
our price: $36.99
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Asin: B00006B9HO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 3593
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Netgear FS608 is a powerful plug-and-play switch that connects at 10 or 100 Mbps and makes it easy to link as many as eight computers or peripherals to your Ethernet network. You'll experience maximum performance for 10/100 Mbps devices with eight ports that automatically sense the correct speed, while Netgear's Auto Uplink adjusts for different types of Ethernet cables. The FS608's sleek case has lights on the front for easy monitoring. Installation into your home network couldn't be simpler and, once connected and turned on, it begins cool and silent operation--without an internal fan. ... Read more

Features

  • Plug and Play installation, no configuration
  • Auto-detects speed and duplex
  • Auto Uplink makes the right connection
  • 100 Mbps access/200 Mbps in full-duplex
  • Vertical option saves space on your desk

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Sleek, but problems in a busy environment
As others say, the device is small and easy on the eyes. I express caution with regard to critical purposes such as servers and IP telephony; we have experienced some weird problems with this. We have three (Netgear FS608 v2) in two locations; two connected to a 24 port Dell switch and the third I think connects to a Cisco 3524. They may intermittently refuse to forward frames from just one source to just one destination while allowing frames from that same source to other destination, weird stuff like that. Reset takes a power cycle OR just unplug the uplink cable and reconnect. It's a real nuisance if it means you have to drive to work on a weekend or an IP telephone call goes "blip" into la-la land. I'm sure they have a limitation on the size of the MAC address cache but I have not so far researched it. Beware using little switches on big networks! (That sounds like a grade b movie title!)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great
This replaced my 4-port Netgear Hub. Fast, great looking; it now matches my silver computer. My only problem is that now the cables are in the back, and the weight of them tends to pull the switch backwards and nearly off the desk. No big deal though.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works flawlessy
I've had it for a month. It does what it should. No problems easy to set up. What I like is the tiny size compare to the previous generation of switches.

5-0 out of 5 stars Stylish AND Easy to Use
What can I say, this is one stylish switch! Looks sweet. I purchased it for LAN parties at my house and I have to say that I am not the least bit disappointed. The unit itself is very handsome and very well built. Truly plug and play with newer OS's like Windows 2000 and Windows XP...no software setup required whatsoever. When I use it, I usually have 4 computers hooked up to it (there are a total of 8 ports, so 8 computers for LAN only, 7 for LAN + Net) and then one of the ports acts as the uplink/downlink to my SMC Barricade via a 100 ft. CAT 5e cable and then the SMC Barricade connects to my RCA Cable modem. Again, nothing to set at all! Very easy to use. No problems when gaming for hours on end :) The box also includes a VERY nice standing bracket which actually works! Wow, first time I've gotten a standing bracket that actually HOLDS the hardware in a vertical position stably. This switch is highly recommended for those of you who want a stylish, easy to use, well built, well designed, and truly plug and play switch. ... Read more


43. Netgear GA311 Gigabit PCI Adapter
list price: $48.00
our price: $25.99
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Asin: B0001NYJ58
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 4659
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Transfer even the largest video files within your home network at blazing speeds
  • Supercharge your office network with Gigabit Ethernet ¿ fast enough to send even the largest CAD, simulation, or database files from one user to another.
  • Setup made easy with a new Smart Wizard install assistant

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Blazing speed for a low price!
Wow. I bought this NETGEAR Gigabit PCI adapter, and I was amazed at the speed! I was able to transfer a full length movie (4 GB in size) in a little under a minute, and an mp3 song takes just a blink of an eye - literally a fraction of a second..

And it is only a few dollars more than a 10/100 PCI NIC that is only a tenth the speed! A great buy... ... Read more


44. NETGEAR FS108 8 Port Fast Ethernet Switch with Auto Uplink (10/100
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00002EQCS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 9952
Average Customer Review: 4.09 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Fast Ethernet switch
  • 8 switched 10/100 Mbps ports
  • Automatic speed and full or half duplex
  • Vista jacks with built-in LEDs
  • Compact and easy to install

Reviews (11)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Switch! But runs HOTTT!
Features 8 ports of 10/100 Full-duplex ability. It comes in very durable metal casing and feels somewhat heavy. It is truly plug and play. Compared to my generic (TrendNet 5-port 10/100 full-duplex switch) it blows it out of the water. I get better pings across my home network and when loaded with 7 computers transfering files at 100mBits full-duplex it shines! The only con is that it runs HOT! Be sure to place it where it can breathe and not next to anything heat-sensitive.

5-0 out of 5 stars Netgear's FS-108: a 1st class switch at a fantastic value
This 10/100 megabit switch is great if you are starting to feel the squeeze of a 10 megabit network. If you're like me, it getting pretty old moving huge scanned pictures and other large files around the home LAN. At 10 megabits, it typically took me 20-30 minutes to get a CDR worth of scanned images over to my CDR writing machine for backup. Well, not any more!

Since I hooked up my FS-108, I can move a CDR worth of images or MP3 files (650 megs worth) in about 3-4 minutes instead of that 20-30.

This switch is a piece of art. Built like a tank, incredibly solid and small for what it does. No fan, so it makes no noise whatsoever. The switch hooked up painlessly and worked flawlessly from the get-go.

4-0 out of 5 stars it's good, but pls get 2A power supply instead
I purchased this switch 3 years ago
happy with it, however, the supplied power adaptor seems not to provide enough current, it runs hot
it seems to have more current power adaptor to run (at least 2A, do not use the supplied adaptor)
now I install it vertically on the wall, just warm to touch (just use 3 out of 8)
for more stable operation, a stronger power supply is recommended (at least 12-15V 2A)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great and solid performance
An incredible product, currently running on a home linux network, works great and stays up and working for long, even for burning CD-ROMs through NFS... Great product!

5-0 out of 5 stars Why buy Netgear over Linksys?
...I ordered a Netgear FS-108 which worked perfectly out of the box and has continued to work without one single hitch ... I'm about ready to buy another Netgear unit and the warranty ... is five years on the Netgear versus one on Linksys. ... Read more


45. Netgear ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point

our price: $142.99
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Asin: B000093IRR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 18828
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Features

  • VPN pass-through support
  • Simple to install and use
  • 802.1x support with EAP MD5, TLS
  • SNMP MIB I and MIB II support
  • 2 detachable 2dBi antennas

46. 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


47. Netgear WG121 Wireless 802.11g USB Adapter

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Asin: B0000DBMDM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 9026
Average Customer Review: 2.86 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 54 Mbps standard 802.11g wireless Internet access
  • USB 2.0 powered
  • Easy setup via Smart Wizard install assistant
  • Works with all standard 802.11g and 802.1b wireless routers and access points

Reviews (14)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works Fine
I bought this same product. I use it with a Netgear 802.11g router. I use all Netgear products to hopefully prevent any conflicts between hardware, but I'm not an networking expert so I'm not sure if that will really prevent any problems. But from my POV this is a safe buy. No problems so far. What I like about this product is that i can place it on a high shelf out of the way of metal objects and other stuff that would potentially interfere with the radio signal, because it's connected by USB.

3-0 out of 5 stars Didn't work with my TiVo, worked fine with Windows XP...
...but sadly, I purchased it for my TiVo Series 2 (240 series). It's not on the recommended or even the 'reported compatible' list for the TiVo (see http://customersupport.tivo.com/tivoknowbase/root/public/tv2006.htm? for that) but I figured it was worth trying. All the ones on that list are 802.11b, and since I have an 802.11g network I didn't want to slow it down by adding a b client.

I will probably keep this, as it is very lightweight and portable, and it will probably be handy for adding wireless capability to computers I'm doing short-term evaluations on, esp during business travel.

Setup on Windows, for those of you concerned with such things, was a snap. I particularly liked the NetGear software's more detailed signal strength graph than the standard Windows XP wireless software; this made it easier to position the adapter for best reception.

4-0 out of 5 stars Netgear WG121 Wireless 802.11g USB Adapter
This works great with newer computers utilizing windows xp. Have been using 3 in my home with a netgear wgt624 v2 wireless modem for months with trouble free daily usage. Set up was a breeze.

1-0 out of 5 stars Computer freezes
Setup was fine. But after a few days, the computer would freeze up. It took awhile to determine the cause. I finally found that it was the wg121 causing the issue. It's a random occurance, basically it could happen in a few minutes or several hours. Tech Support is a shame. Still trying to get it to work, but from the www.broadbandreports.com forum, it doesn't look good. This seems to happen if you have an AMD motherboard.

1-0 out of 5 stars Blue Screen
Packaging is misleading. Did not work on Win98. Tech support answered quick enough, but told me to upgrade from Win98 to at least Win98SE. Package says mimimum requirement is Win98 and a USB. Got a "KEBUGCHECKEX Error 44 Blue Screen" on several install attemps. ... Read more


48. Netgear JFS524 24-port Fast Ethernet Switch (10/100 Mbps)

our price: $113.99
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Asin: B00006B9H6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 18522
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Features

  • 24 10/100 ports
  • Plug and Play
  • Auto-detects speed and duplex
  • Auto Uplink Technology makes the right connection
  • Rack mount kit included

49. NETGEAR FR328S 8 Port Cable/DSL ProSafe Firewall with Dial Back-up

Asin: B00006L4WR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 23129
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Features

  • Built-in RS-232 serial port for ISDN/analog modem backup
  • True Firewall and IPSec-based VPN pass-through
  • High-speed CPU up to 6x throughput of other brands
  • Install Assistant and Smart Wizard for easy setup

50. Netgear RM356 Remote Access 56K Modem Router
list price: $350.99
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Asin: B00004Z8PW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 14702
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good for small office or home networking
This product has been very helpful in our office. We have 6-8 computers connected to the router (and a connected hub) on a 56k connection. It may be a bit slow at times if several people are trying to download large documents at once (which is very rare), but that certainly outweighs the hassle of having to shout across the office to see who's online and wait your turn for the modem phone line. And it outweighs the cost of having a phone line for each computer... the person that said four modems are cheaper than this router might be right, but not for long once you get four monthly phone bills!!! Also, this router has allowed us to network our office so we can share documents and printers. I recommend it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Good answer for modem-based wireless network
If you don't have broadband, but would like to have your laptop access the Internet through a wireless connection, this would be a good option (you would also need to by a wireless base station as well). An alternative is the Apple Airport.

2-0 out of 5 stars Networking a modem? Kinda silly...
While this piece of hardware works flawlessly--and, as another reviewer notes, is a great way to turn a modem into an Ethernet feed--it's a silly concept to actually network more than 1 computer using a conventional modem as found in the RM356. Once you see this thing in action feeding 4 computers, you understand how silly the concept is... not to mention that 4 56kbps modems are, in fact, cheaper than this 1 unit.

In short, get (or wait for) broadband, make sure your broadband modem is of the ethernet variety, then buy one of the multitude of lower priced switches/minihubs available here and elsewhere if you want to share that connection.

5-0 out of 5 stars A simple must have for SOHO network!
If you use a modem to connect to the Internet or another network at home or in a small office, throw it away and get this device. Even if you have a single PC this device can provide a nailed-up network connection that is on all the time, just like you might see at work.. There is no more clicking on a connection icon and waiting for your PC to dial and handshake. It uses a built-in modem, your POTS (regular phone line), and ISP service. You can configure it to dial-on-demand or configure a nailed-up connection that is on all the time like DSL.

Pitfalls might include that you must have a network card in you PC to use this device. It doesn't work to my knowledge with dialup online service providers like AOL, MSN and those that require you to connect with their proprietary PC software. It's best to keep, or get a local Internet Service Provider that gives you a raw Internet connection. I used mine for years before DSL became available in my area. It's a great product. ... Read more


51. Netgear PS110 10/100 Print Server with 2 Parallel Ports
list price: $145.99
our price: $98.99
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Asin: B00000JBHF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 7333
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Netgear's PS-110 print server lets you share printers among all users on the network without complex configurations or having to dedicate a PC for printer serving. It connects directly to the network and can be placed anywhere for convenient access. With its built-in network hub, the Netgear PS110 provides connectivity solutions and file, print, and resource sharing. It can also connect two parallel printers, such as a color printer with a high-speed laser printer.

The Netgear PS110 attaches to a 10 or 100 Mbps hub or switch, providing seamless transition from Ethernet to Fast Ethernet. It has one speed-sensing 10/100 Mbps printer port and a pair of IEEE 1284 bidirectional parallel network ports. The extensive LED screen highlights all links and activities. The unit also provides simultaneous support for Unix, Windows, and NetWare clients. TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, and NetBEUI network protocols are supported as well.

FirstGear, a Windows-based configuration tool, enables simple installation. Flash EPROM lets you download upgrades as they become available.

Netgear offers a five-year warranty on the print server, while the power adapter is covered for a year. ... Read more

Features

  • 10/100 Mbps print server lets network users share printers
  • Built-in network hub solves file, print, and resource-sharing issues
  • Switches from Ethernet to Fast Ethernet seamlessly
  • 10/100 Mbps port and 2 IEEE 1284 bidirectional ports
  • Supports Unix, Windows, and NetWare clients

Reviews (14)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for Small Office
I bought this print server for my office so I could send print jobs from either of our networked workstations to either of our printers without having to worry about whether a particular workstation was on (or working!). Both machines are running NT4.0.
I found the setup to be fairly straightforward -- just follow the direction in the booklet. To the other machines, the server basically looks like another computer with two attached printers which are shared. After the install, each workstation must run the installation program to configure the machine to use the print server. Each printer has a name which can be selected as the printer or default printer from a standard Windows print dialog. We have used the server for a month with no problems. Now I plan to get one for my house so I can print to printers from my laptop over a wireless LAN without leaving other machines on all the time.
Apparently some of the reviewers did not check the manual on the CD to answer their problems, as I found full instructions to configure for Unix/Linux computers. Also, when the server has been set up, there is a web browser based administration utility.
I didn't give the box 5 stars because there doesn't seem to be any way to remove a printer once it has been installed, other than to reset the box. If I could add another feature, I would include the capability to print using a USB connection from the print server to the printer.

3-0 out of 5 stars 64K print buffer is inadequate for DOS capture printing
I have used the PS110 for SCO UNIX systems with netcat for
several clients with complete satisfaction. Netcat makes a
connection to port 4010 or 4020 and sends data without errors.

However, I have just recently (Dec 2002) placed a PS110 with a
client in a Win98 network to print from FoxPro 2.6 for DOS and
had to remove it as its 64K print buffer is too small for the
FoxPro reports to be printed without error.

NetGear's web site has a technical document indicating that the
proper procedure is to capture the desired LPT port and direct
it to the print server as \\PSDXXXXX\P1 for parallel port1 or
\\PSDXXXXX\P2 for paralle port 2. (PSDXXXXX is the hostname that
shows up when you browse network neighborhood)

The PS110 that I delivered to the client had BIOS version 6024,
while the Netgear web site listed 6017 as the latest available
BIOS that can be downloaded.

The problem with buffer overflow on the PS110 using the Windows
capture setting appears to be a problem with Windows 98 and the
timeout Win98 appears to allow for captured print jobs to
completely spool to the target host computer. If you use capture
and send to a shared printer on another Win98 system, the file is
spooled to the host win98 system in under a second. Sending the
same file to the PS110 takes over 20 seconds and results in an
error message indicating problems writing to the printer, and
the remaining lines from the print job are lost or garbled.

Testing using nc.exe (from Hobbit) to send from a DOS window
under Win98 to port 4010 is sucessful and takes several minutes
to print my 7-page test file.

Netgear second level technical support admitted the problem and
could provide no solution as the 64k print buffer cannot be
increased.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best print server available
I have tried numerous other print servers including HP JetDirect and the Linksys network print servers. My experience with NetGear has been the best.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product! No Problems!
I purchased this product about 1 month ago and abused the heck out of it. Print from detailed photo's to charts and displays to photosmart 1218 and a hp color lazer print. I don't have any back logs or transfer problems. Great product and highly recommended!

1-0 out of 5 stars Highly frustrating little blue box.
Let me get this off my chest first: I like Netgear products a lot. I also see that other reviewers seem to like this printserver, so take their experiences into consideration as well.

I have experienced many irritating problems with this printserver since buying it. Printing complex PDF files to my laser printer is a lost cause- three or four pages will print and then I'll get an error. After this happens the print server locks up and needs a reboot (often my computer also needs a reboot to print again- I think there might be a problem with their printer driver as well). I've called tech support and tried replacement units to no avail. I am inspired to write this review because of a problem I'm currently having- I just tried printing a simple document from WordPad and the printer driver insists there is another job waiting on the printer (there isn't).
My overall recommendation is to buy Netgear products but avoid this printserver. ... Read more


52. Netgear ANT24D18 Ant 18DBI Patch Panel

our price: $145.99
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Asin: B00009B5AH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 23395
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53. Netgear ME102 802.11b Wireless Access Point
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00005B8HU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 14485
Average Customer Review: 3.88 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Netgear's wireless access point gives mobile users continuous,high-speed 11 Mbps access to corporate network resources, e-mail, and theInternet. It helps you quickly set up a new wireless network office or extendyour existing Ethernet network to remote locations in your building, without thetime or expense of Ethernet cabling. Equipped with a Netgear cable/DSL router,it lets all users on your wireless network share broadband Internet access.Multiple access points may be used to extend the coverage as well as increasethe number of wireless users. The ME102 supports roaming from access point toaccess point within an office and includes 40-bit WEP encryption to ensureprivacy.

Supporting 32 users per access point, the ME102 works with any 10 Mbps Ethernetand any IEEE 802.11b-compliant product. It comes with a five-year limitedwarranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Wireless connectivity for PCs
  • High-speed 11 Mbps data rate
  • Operating range up to 500 feet indoors and 1,650 feet outdoors
  • Supports 32 users per access point
  • 5-year limited warranty

Reviews (33)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great, inexpensive - but not for network newbies
I just received my ME102 today, and it was up and running in 5 minutes (not counting the time required to drive the screws [included] to wall-mount the unit near one of my Ethernet switches).

I didn't find the USB-based configuration to be ideal. To be sure, it worked well. But I don't like installing drivers and software on my PC that will be used only once or occasionally, and the rest of the time just adds more junk to the Windows registry and is yet another thing added to program groups. (I have issues with clutter.)

In any case, as others here have mentioned, documentation is sparse indeed. And frankly, if you don't know your TCP/IP network pretty well, and/or don't know the basics of wireless Ethernet concepts, you might well find yourself in over your head. The default configuration is far from one-size-fits-all, and the average home computer user will have trouble changing it -- especially with the somewhat non-intuitive interface to the config software.

All that said, once this baby is set-up and running, it's great. I get terrific range and excellent performance, even with a basement mounted access point.

My only caution: Beware of your 2.4 GHz cordless phones. This would be true of any 802.11b set-up, but some of these cordless phones will chew-up your data stream and spit it out in chunks on the carpet. Here, I have my choice between using the wireless Ethernet, or using a Panasonic 2.4 GHz phone... Any attempts to use both, and the phone wins. (The Panasonic is going in the trash very soon; a Uniden 2.4 GHz model cooperates fine.)

4-0 out of 5 stars Inexpensive, but a little difficult to set up...
I bought this wireless AP to give my wife's laptop PC broadband Internet access around the house. It works pretty well and was easy to set up without encryption, but adding 128-bit WEP encryption was time consuming and frustrating. Netgear needs to improve its documentation on that. I ended up getting help from one of the USENET newsgroups as well as Netgear's tech support line. It required downloading and installing a firmware upgrade and updated configuration software from Netgear's website - something the average consumer may not be comfortable with. The Netgear tech support rep was helpful in configuring the AP, but declined to give me any advice on configuring the wireless card because it isn't a Netgear product (all I wanted to know was how and where to enter the encryption key). Also, there is a marked decline in the effective range of the unit with 128-bit encryption enabled.

Having said that, now that it's up and running, it's great. But if you're not a network or PC techie, be prepared for a fairly steep learning curve.

5-0 out of 5 stars The only way to go for the $$$
This unit performs extremely well! You must download the firmware upgrade 1.4h, which will fix security issues (others being able to connect via SNMP unauthenticated) and adds 128 encryption. The firmware upgrade also includes new management utilities, the ones on the CD wont work correctly. My Panasonic 2.4 GHz phone caused the card (MA401) to loose connection, so I changed the AP to run on channel 11 instead of 1 and that fixed the problem - 0 interference. I get 100% link quality and 80% signal strength 40 feet away and through walls. It maintains 11 Mbit over 100 feet away inside!

The downside is for the price Dlink offers more for the money by including router/print server in the unit. But I didn't need a router, I needed reliable and fast wireless access.

Netgear support is awful, don't expect them to help you if you run into troubles.

My configuration:

Cisco Router for DSL, Linksys 4 port Router/Hub, ME102 AP, ME401 card. The Linksys router acts like DHCP server, so I set the AP to run DHCP. I also use VPN with no issues under this configuration.

4-0 out of 5 stars sweet, but missing web config, and...
I had this ap for 3 years, this offers good range w/orinoco and linky WUSB11 2.6
the setup requires windows (sorry for mac, linux, and pda users)
I got the latest firmware, which claims bridge support
but after upgrading, no luck at all to set it up as bridge, the config is very confusing, how come use mac address instead of ESSID???!
the bridge setup of Linky is way easier and working, this one should have been good like linky
I don't try 128bit WEP yet, but the added mac filtering is handy
good: good range, mac filtering and 128bit WEP through firmware update
bad: windows only setup, bridge function is not working, antenna is not removable/upgradable
if you use it as ap, you'll like it, however, SMC 2804 works better, and antenna is upgradable, and NO PLATFORM

4-0 out of 5 stars Great connection for a great cost
After an intensive research into 802.11a due to potential cross talk with my 2.4GH wireless telephone and four wireless web cameras (X10 runs on 2.4GH) I decided I would *try* the 802.11b due to its cost and availability. I am pleasantly surprised that there is zero cross talk or interference. All cameras and phone in use, no problems! Though the phone does interfere with the cameras, it does not with the network connection...
Setup was brainless, plug and play 100% for both the access point and the pcmcia card (NetGear MA401) both bought at Fry's for an excellent price.
The marketing states 1650 feet-line-of-sight and 500 feet indoors (common construction, etc.) I walked my laptop, connected via the wireless connection, down the street a city block and the connection was still useable for web browsing. Did I mention the access point was laying on my garage floor, surrounded by motorcycles? I was impressed to say the least.
I have mounted the access point on the ceiling of the garage (connected to one of the remote hubs on the home network) and the signal strength and distance useable have doubled.
I highly recommend this unit, and NetGear pcmcia cards to connect to it. ... Read more


54. Netgear FA411 PC Card 10/100 MBPS 16-Bit
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00005NWV0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 17726
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great card!
This is indeed a very reliable PC card, which works in either 16 or 32 bit PCMCIA or cardbus slot. It is truly an integrated hot-swap to plug in even with your laptop on, and without the older and fragile dongle. Personally I cannot tell the difference in performance between the 16 bit (FA411) and 32 bit (FA511) cards (besides the price). If you buy a 32 bit card however, make sure you have a cardbus slot; otherwise it will not work in a 16 bit PCMCIA slot (found on older laptops). Many newer laptops today come with a built-in ethernet NIC. If your laptop doesn't have one however, you are better off (and cheaper) to just get a 16 bit PC card, and I would definitely recommend this card.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good product
After my old Xyrcom card's external jack broke down, I wanted to try an integrated Ethernet RJ-45 network card. Netgear's FA411 looked like an affordable option, plus Netgear has a good reputation in the industry. Having Windows XP Pro installed on my laptop, another factor considered for purchasing this card was the XP compatibility stated in the product package.

Installation is simple, the card is hot pluggable allowing for installation while logged on to the OS. The XP driver is digitally signed and worked flawlessly. I found out that an updated driver was already available in Netgear's home page.
Drivers are also included for DOS, Novell, and older versions of Windows.

The card has two LED indicators, one for the 100 Mbps network and the other for the connectivity status.

Since this is an integrated card, there is no need for an external connector that can get lost or bent/cracked. One note of caution though, although the card actually occupies one Type-II PCMCIA slot, the integrated connector covers two. If you need the additional slot, then I'd recommend a card with an external RJ-45 connector. Also, the integrated jack protrudes about an inch beyond the slot, so you will also need to take this into consideration when storing your laptop.

If you need a simple, affordable card that does the job, and do not require 32-bit performance or an external jack, then purchase this card with confidence.

5-0 out of 5 stars I bought the cheaper but this is real mccoy
I have purchased cheaper solutions to net connections that failed terribly. This was only (a bit) more. It worked like a charm. I am actually connect writting this review with this item. I strongly recommend this product. I honestly don't know what the 16 bit means but, hey it works and works well. ... Read more


55. Netgear GS516T 16-port Copper Gigabit Switch (100/1000 Mbps)

our price: $370.99
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Asin: B00006B9H3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 21739
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Features

  • 16 10/100/1000 ports
  • Up to 2000 Mbps full-duplex throughput over Cat 5 cables
  • Auto-detects speed and duplex
  • Auto Uplink to make the right connection
  • Cost-effective backbone upgrade

56. 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


57. NETGEAR FA511 32-bit CarBus PC Card Mobile (10/100)
list price: $61.00
our price: $32.99
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Asin: B00005NWV1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 14937
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Sizzling 32-bit, bus-mastering performance
  • Very low power consumption
  • Auto-detects optimum network speeds up to 200 Mbps
  • Compatible with legacy operating systems
  • No dongle to lose or break

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars simple, and work great with linux
this is very simple installation in linux (uses tulip_cb)
just plug in, and works
and no gripe at all for months running 24/7
that's all ... Read more


58. Netgear GA511 Gigabit PC Card
list price: $72.00
our price: $48.99
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Asin: B0002VITFU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 15252
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Features

  • PC Card with 1000Mbps throughput for the fastest possible wired Ethernet connection
  • 10x faster than Fast Ethernet and 100x faster than 802.11b when used with a Gigabit switch
  • Transfer even the largest video files within your home network at blazing speeds
  • Supercharges your office network with Gigabit Ethernet ¿ fast enough to send even the largest CAD, simulation, or database files from one user to another
  • Setup made easy with a new Smart Wizard install assistant

59. 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


60. NETGEAR DS108 8 Port 10/100 Mbps Dual Speed Hub
list price: $85.99
our price: $56.99
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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


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