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1. SMC8516T 16-Port 10/100/1000 Layer
$86.99 $79.99 list($99.99)
2. SMC7008ABR Barricade Cable/DSL
$75.99 $60.00 list($110.00)
3. SMC SMC7004ABR Barricade Cable/DSL
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4. SMC2304WBR-AG EZ-Stream Universal
$79.88
5. SMC Barricade g 2.4GHz 54Mbps
$52.99 $34.00 list($69.99)
6. SMC7004VWBR Barricade Cable/DSL
$1,823.99 $1,645.95 list()
7. SMC8624T TigerSwitch 10/100/1000
$398.99 list()
8. SMC8524T 24-Port 10/100/1000 Layer
$26.99 $26.88 list($50.00)
9. SMC Networks SMC-EZ6505TX EZ Ethernet/Fast
$65.99 $59.88 list()
10. SMC EZ6516TX 16 Port 10/100 Dual
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11. SMC Ez Switch 8 10BT/100BTX Switched
$149.99 $88.30 list($182.99)
12. SMC EZNET-16SW 16-port 10/100
$90.99 $90.95 list($199.99)
13. SMC EZNET-24SW 24-port 10/100
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14. SMC7004AWBR Barricade Cable/DSL
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15. SMC Tigerswitch 10/100 24 Port
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16. SMC Ez Switch Ii 10/100 8 Port
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17. SMC Tigerswitch 10/100 12-Port
18. SMC 6405TX 5-Port 10/100 Switch
19. SMC Barricade Plus Wireless Cable/DSL
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20. SMC Ez Switch Ii 10/100 5 Port

1. SMC8516T 16-Port 10/100/1000 Layer 2 Gigabit Switch

our price: $286.99
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Asin: B00019JGUU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
Sales Rank: 38070
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Features

  • Auto MDI/MDI-X on each port to simplify integration into a network
  • Support to handle Jumbo Packets up to 9K bytes packet
  • Features Store-and-Forward mode with wire-speed filtering and forwarding rates
  • Ports can be configured to 10/100Mbps half or full-duplex, or to 1000Mbps full-duplex mode to maintain network stability
  • Automatic Source Address Learning and Aging to ensure superior delivery of data.

2. SMC7008ABR Barricade Cable/DSL router with 8-port 10/100Mbps switch and Integrated Print Server
list price: $99.99
our price: $86.99
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Asin: B000063V09
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
Sales Rank: 12791
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 8-Port 10/100Mbps Switch
  • Rack-mountable
  • Built-in Firewall
  • Built-in Print Server
  • VPN Support

Reviews (9)

1-0 out of 5 stars Terrible out of box security
Be careful when you setup this router! Out of the box, it has remote administration enabled *by default* on its port 1900 on the WAN side of it meaning ANY arbitrary person can login and do what they want with your router, including making any internal machines that you think are "protected" by the router vulnerable! An oversight like this indicates lack of quality assurance/control by SMC. SMC of course denies this, but anyone with this SMC router who never touched their advanced settings to enable the firewall or forward port 1900 to a non-existent internal IP address can visit http://1.2.3.4:1900/ where "1.2.3.4" would be your external (internet side) IP address and simply hitting "login" lets you login without a password (since setting one is an "advanced" option)

1-0 out of 5 stars It is *NOT* platform independent!!
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Although SMC deceptively states that this product is "platform independent" you will not find any Macintosh software to configure the print server.

BOTTOM LINE ... Unless you play on a PC the integrated print server will be useless - a real waste of your hard earned money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Once again SMC does it right
This is simply a great product for the price. As a network engineer I am particular about what devices I use to protect my home network and I like the Barricade for several reasons:

1. Ease of setup. Setup on this router is a no-brainer.
2. Reliability. I have not had to reboot it or had it lock up in the 3 months it has been protecting my home network.
3. Features. The Barricade has features that you would expect in a much more expensive solution.

I would recommend this device to anyone.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to use: plug it in, run the wizard and forget it.......
I have used a few routers/switches in the past. I will say that this SMC is the easiest to set-up and manage. Easier than a Linksys by far. You don't need a degree to manage it and the online help is the best that I have ever seen for a router.
My .$02 :Don't mess with a wireless router combo. Spend the extra cash and get you an access point AND this switch. You can then place the AP (via ethernet cable) where you wish, not where the router decides because of the physical properties.
I have 2 diff models (Linksys and D-Link)of the wireless router combos: both are back in their boxes.
Anyway, you can't go wrong with this SMC and it has a lifetime warranty: something unheard of these days.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy Enough for the Network Newbie & Good Enough for the Pro
For those of you that are just starting out, or who want something of high quality, with a very straight-forward set-up, and want a good value to boot, then this is what you need. I bought this to set up my first home network because it came highly recommended by my local techie. (He has it personally and also installed it for my office peer-to-peer network.) My level of computing knowledge is a high average: I can build my own computers, but I'm self-taught and don't always know about the "latest and greatest" without researching it. I used the printer-server, which was a nice bonus and I'm currently using it with 5 computers. I've had the unit for at least six months and have had no problems whatsoever and don't expect any. Don't hesitate on this one. If you can set up your own network, then this is almost too easy! ... Read more


3. SMC SMC7004ABR Barricade Cable/DSL router with 4-port 10/100Mbps switch and Integrated Print Server
list price: $110.00
our price: $75.99
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Asin: B00005NBR6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
Sales Rank: 10075
Average Customer Review: 4.04 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 4-Port 10/100Mbps Switch
  • 56k External Modem Port
  • 4 auto-MDIX/MDI ports
  • Built-in Firewall/Print Server
  • VPN Support

Reviews (123)

5-0 out of 5 stars SMC Barricade 7004ABR
There are several items that set this SOHO router apart from its peers:

1. Support:
SMC actually tries to solve problems with the product in an expeditions manner.

2. Flexibility:
The 7004ABR can be used with a serial modem, a serial ISDN TA, or any Ethernet-based broadband interface. It can also be configured to AUTOMATICALLY switch from the broadband interface to the serial interface if the broadband loses its connection, and automatically switch back when the broadband problem clears up.

The unit also includes a print server so PC/linux users can convert that old parallel-port printer into a network printer. I can't meaningfully comment on that feature, as I don't use it.

3. Security:
Stateful Packet Inspection, and logging of attack attempts. This unit _could_ be sold as a firewall, not just a SOHO router.
Unit can be configured to be totally stealthed on the WAN side. (good)
Client filtering can be used to selectively control internet access based on client IP, and date/time.

4. Convenience and Reliability:
Changing settings does _not_ require rebooting the router. This is a unique feature among SOHO routers that I have tried.
Only operation requiring router reboot is a firmware upgrade, which is, btw, extremely easy from any modern web browser.
As a result, it is easy to achieve just about 100% network uptime reliability with this product, even when making changes in the configuration. Very cool feature.

This unit is a class act, and at (dollar amount), an absolute steal.

4-0 out of 5 stars Router with power
This piece of hardware is a must if you wish to share your Internet access coming in from DSL or Cable modem. Your PC is mostly secure behind this router - don't rely on the hardware security alone, use firewall software to supplement your protection! The ease of use is high. Out of the box it's three connections and you're nearly ready to rock and roll (power, modem, and your PC). Launch your browser, visit the default IP address for the router and set some information about your modem and your done.

I would give the unit 5 stars, except that I haven't seen the unit run flawlessly from the first power up. There have been a couple occasions where I have had to reset the router - and I have no ideas why. So, aside from the peculiar behavior where I'd no longer have access to the "outside" but all the lights looked good, this is a great unit to have.

I have a wireless access point connected to it for an 802.11 (no B or A) network. Prior to that, I ran a WAP for the old Digital ROAMAbout wireless network. All worked great. I haven't had the chance to check out the external modem back up feature for it yet - don't know if I ever will.

I recommend this unit.

3-0 out of 5 stars DHCP Server has some problems
All in all, the SMC router is a good bang for the buck compared to Linksys routers. Its internal firewall had no problems yet and compatible with a lot of service provider's protocols. I've had no-name brands of routers before and had that fail me (email couldn't work through the router). I've had this router for about 2-3 months and the same problem comes. The router would kick off anybody connected while using the DHCP function. For example, one person is surfing the internet and another turns on their computer to log on. The latter person would have the connection halted while the other computer gets an IP address. The firmware is fully updated and the only solution is to hit the reset button. I gave it 3 stars for the price and functionality but DHCP addresses....look out!

5-0 out of 5 stars it goes strong after 3 years of use
I have nothing much to say about this little hard-wired router
SMC should keep producing this product
the most impressed part is stability
almost no disconnect/hanging with verizon DSL
the print server works fine as well
the only gripe is a little bit slow with UDP, no big deal
SMC has made some masterpieces
this router
SMC 2804WBR (grey version, not silver one), this one REALLY HAS SUPER RANGE with appropriate antenna, better than MS MN700, both "624" so-called Super G

hoorah, SMC!

5-0 out of 5 stars SMC X 3
Bought the 7004 ABR when an ISP promised that they would supply a broadband connection. Well that was 18 months ago and it didn't happen. Just got cable so I hook-up the router, it came out of the box DOA. Called customer support they shipped out a new one...although I purchased it 18 months prior the replacement was "no-charge". Customer support was easy to contact. The replacement router with print server work great. Nice doing business with companies that stand behind their products. ... Read more


4. SMC2304WBR-AG EZ-Stream Universal Wireless Broadband Router

our price: $164.99
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Asin: B0001G6Q24
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
Sales Rank: 24147
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Features

  • Universal Wireless Support: Compatible with 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g.
  • High-Speed Wireless Data rates up to 108Mpbs-- Supports both Turbo A and Super G modes
  • Wireless Security features with 64-/128-bit WEP Encryption, Disable SSID Broadcast, and WPA support.
  • Advanced Feature set including, Access Rules, Client Application Filtering, MAC Address Filtering, and support for 8 DMZ Hosts
  • Integrated DDNS feature for automatic updating of your WAN IP.

5. SMC Barricade g 2.4GHz 54Mbps Wireless Router with built in USB Printer Server

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Asin: B000117DBW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
Sales Rank: 4204
Average Customer Review: 2.31 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Built-in USB Print Server
  • EZ 3-Click Installation Wizard
  • Universal Plug and Play support
  • Connects to a Cable/xDSL modem
  • Built-in Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI)

Reviews (13)

2-0 out of 5 stars SMC2804WBRP-G a bit better if you turn off the Timeout
Unfortunately, the reviews below are spot on... I have the same complaint for the SMC2804WBRP-G -- the print server does not work well (I bought it for the print server). Per the recommendation below, I changed the Idle Time Out to 0 (in the SMC SYSTEM Password Settings page). Some improvement printing to my HP LaserJet, though inconsistent and it depends on the size/complexity of the file. The print server is VERY, VERY slow, hence the time out issue. The router will suddenly drop the internet connection sometimes when trying to print. Annoying. Customer service is quick to answer, helpful, though sometimes it is a challenge to effectively understand each other.

5-0 out of 5 stars Worked fine, easy and fast setup, including print server
After reading the reviews of this router, I was a little nervous purchasing it for a friend of mine. He specifically wanted printer server capabilities and many of the reviewers stated they had problems with getting the print server to work correctly and/or reliably. Other routers with print servers were $50-$100 more expensive (and reviews also indicated various problems printing), so we decided to purchase this one from Fry's electronics, confident that we could return if it had problems. I have one of SMC's original routers (the 7004WBR - with a parallel port print server) and it's worked reliably for the last 3.5 years ( I paid ~$299 for it back then, the price of early adoption).

My friend also wanted to go wireless with 2 notebook PC's, so we also purchased two SMC wireless cards. One of the notebook PC's was a relatively new Dell Inspiron, while the other was an old IBM A20 with just 128M RAM, 10G HD and a ~500 MHz CPU. Both the Dell and amazingly, the IBM had Windows XP running.

Installation of the router was fast and easy. Per the quick start manual, I installed the software from the CD, then checked the "wired" capability to the Dell. I was able to log into the router and check the settings. I did not change anything from the default (including security) before installing the wireless cards. Those too went quick. I was surprised there were no real problems with either PC. One reboot later and both notebook were wireless. I enabled some of the security features (WPA, discard pings from WAN, MAC Address filtering) and left the rest untouched.

The last task to do was to install and configure the print server. I had to pull up the full manual for this as I remember the process was involved for my old SMC router. This is not in the quick start guide. Following the instructions word for word, I set up the print server. Several "wizards" and related windows come up during the process, but manual is pretty easy to follow. My friend had a HP deskjet 940c, which was on of the many HP printers on the list. In fact, the list of "configurable" printers seemed very comprehensive. We printed a few documents without problems. The printer seems to print the last page first now, but otherwise worked fine. I set up both computers to print to the SMC print server and tested several documents. No problems.

Some reviews have mentioned reliability and the need for reboots as a problem. Well I cannot say one way or another as I just installed it, however my older SMC 7004 WBR has lasted almost 4 years with no reliability problems.

I gave it 5 stars because after only about 1 hour of setup I had both computers wireless and using the SMC print server without any problems at all. My friend was very impressed. I showed him some "cool" multimedia links (www.ifilm.com) and we watched a few movie trailers wirelessly from the kitchen. He was impressed and very thankful.

I'll update the review if I get a "support" call from him.

2-0 out of 5 stars Same Printing Problems
Strangely, printing seemed to work OK for me for a couple months. Then it died. Now, it prints about the top 2" of any documents and then printing stops. Sometimes the router needs to be rebooted to regain Internet access, but sometimes not.

I've tried upgrading firmware, to no avail -- even including some of the beta firmware versions floating around.

Otherwise, seems to be an OK router. But don't count on this baby as a print server.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great speed and distance
I decided to purchase this product even though the reviews were not that great. I previously owned a SMC7004AWBR and had no problems, so with that it seemed logical that I would buy SMC again. I think most people that have complained are just regular complainers or just don't know how to properly configure a router.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worthless, even if they pay you to take it.
This is the worst wireless product I've ever used. SMC is clearly clueless about networking.

It was configured with NAT/firewall, etc. off, and used as a simple wireless bridge by ignoring the "WAN" interface and connecting a LAN port to the existing net. All WEP keys were set identical to to AP it is supposed to replace.

1) The WEP/WPA setting is worthless. It's supposed to allow both types of clients to connect. It doesn't. Had to set it to WEP only to get a client to connect properly.

2) Some buffoon at SMC decided that all networks have 24 bit masks, so this is unconfigurable.

3) No way to set a default route except out the WAN port.

4) Can't connect a Macintosh using any of the WEP keys. I get link, but the SMC won't forward packets. No DHCP, no connection even with a static address. It worked fine with the old AP.

5) NTP can only be configured to talk to a server from a preset list. No way to set it to talk to an existing server.

6) Dynamic DNS is also crippled. Unless you use TZO or DynDNS, you're out of luck. No way to get it to update BIND.

7) It's impossible to update code if you use the Opera browser. It just resets immediately. SMC script kiddies think IE is HTML.

8) It's scary to consider what potential problems lurk with NAT/Firewall and print server functionality, or even basic RF problems as others have mentioned.

How do these people stay in business, selling scat like this? ... Read more


6. SMC7004VWBR Barricade Cable/DSL router w/ 4-port 10/100Mbps and 802.11b 11 Mbps Access Point
list price: $69.99
our price: $52.99
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Asin: B00006HMR3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
Sales Rank: 11588
Average Customer Review: 2.97 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Barricade wireless cable/DSL broadband router (SMC7004VWBR) is a platform-independent multifunctional router that combines a 4-port 10/100 Mbps dual-speed switch, an 802.11b wireless access point, Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) firewall security, network management, and Virtual Private Network (VPN) pass-through support in one convenient device.

The wireless Barricade router is the first router in its class to offer an integrated SPI firewall. This firewall provides protection against hacker invasions--such as Denial of Service attacks--by analyzing individual data packets as they pass through the Barricade, to ensure that only authorized packets are allowed access to the network. To control network access, parents or business owners can block certain Web sites by entering either a URL or just a keyword of a Web site. In addition to these incredible features, this addition to the Barricade family provides hacker prevention and logging functionalities; for example, when a hacker attempts to access your network, the Barricade can alert you via e-mail so you can take appropriate action.

The wireless Barricade provides a 10/100 Mbps WAN port for high-speed integration into your network. Supporting NAT, the Barricade can provide simultaneous Internet access for up to 253 PCs using a single, purchased IP address. To manage these connections, the Barricade has a built-in DHCP server to auto assign IP addresses to devices on your network. To install this device, simply place the EZ 3-Click Installation CD into your CD-ROM drive and in minutes you will be surfing the Web. Using the Web-based management system you can configure this router to handle IP routing and port forwarding through the virtual server option. For additional management, this router also has a full-featured access control option. The integrated feature allows you to filter traffic through your network based on IP and MAC address.

For wireless connectivity, the wireless Barricade supports 802.11b communication at data rates of 1, 2, 5.5, and 11 Mbps. To secure this wireless connection, the Barricade supports MAC address filtering and both 64- and 128-bit Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP). This integrated wireless technology allows you to connect to your network from up to 1,000 feet away.

SMC's Barricade wireless cable/DSL broadband router is a comprehensive networking solution for PC, Mac, and Linux users, and is backed by a limited lifetime warranty. Combine all of these features, functionality, and affordability with SMC's award-winning technical support and service, and you have the perfect network device for any situation. ... Read more

Features

  • Share your Cable/DSL connection
  • 802.11b High Speed Wireless Lan connection
  • 4 port 10/100 Mbps switch
  • Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) Firewall
  • 64-bit or 128-bit WEP encryption and MAC address filtering

Reviews (70)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent wired router, so-so wireless...
I was upgrading from a three year old NetGear RT311 Cable/DSL wired Router because I wanted wireless 802.11b capability. The main reason I bought the SMC Barricade SMC7004VWBR over other wireless routers was the low price.

In comparision with my previous router's wired ethernet capabilitues, the SMC Barricade was slightly easier to setup and the web-based setup and maintenance menu is certainly a great improvement.

Besides that, it offers a lot of features for the money - DHCP, NAT, Firewall, 64 and 128 bit WEP (Wireless Encription), Status log, etc.

Wireless capability for me was a convenience and not a must-have, because my laptop at home is mostly connected via Ethernet. Only with my Sharp Zaurus SL-5500 PDA (with Linksys WCF12 WiFi CompactFlash card) did I really need wireless.

Using the SMC EZ Connect Wireless PC Card on my Dell Inspiron (running Windows 2000) I noticed the signal strength was nearly 100% upto 20' away from the router. When I took the laptop to my bedroom, about 30' away from the router and separated by two dry walls, the signal strength dropped to 50%, but with no loss in connection. The Sharp Zaurus SL-5500 PDA with Linksys card similarly had no loss of connection.

The only time I did notice a problem was when one morning the wireless network suddenly stopped functioning (whereas the wired ethernet network continued without a problem). I had to do a reset of the router (using the web menu) and then the wireless began functioning again.

My bottomline recommendation is to get this router if wired ethernet is essential and wireless is not so critical.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great value
I've had this SMC7004VWBR running for over a year on my home network. I share a DSL broadband connection with several home PC's. The Windows XP and Windows 98 PC's have worked very well connecting thru the router.

This is not a perfect product but the value and features it offers for the price is hard to beat. I am impressed with the ability to configure the firewall. I use the browser based console to disable my son's internet access by time of day. I also use the URL blocking feature to filter out domains that I don't want access to. The time-of-day feature could be beefed-up to provide more flexibility, but again, this is a feature that use to be in firewalls a few years ago that cost thousands of dollars.

Make sure you upgrade to the latest version of the firmware before you spend any time configuring the device. Generally speaking I can go months without having to reset the router. I haven't had problems with the wireless range or interference from cordless phones, but YMMV.

If I were to purchase a new wireless router I would consider the "g" version since that gives you Wifi Protected Access (WPA) as opposed to WEP (which can be hacked). If you are very concerned about security and someone stealing your bandwith or hacking onto your network, then you want a product that offers WPA. Then restrict access to the MAC address of your PC's and you'll be virtually hack-proof.

2-0 out of 5 stars Makes a nice space heater!
I have now tried two SMC wireless Barricades (this unit and it's newer version, and both have "crapped out" after a few months.
Unfortunately, I also had problems with their older, wired router. Although I have ensured that there is adequate air circulation, and the ambient temperature never exceeds 70 degrees, it appears that these units are prone to overheating. (...)I found that my internet access was getting slower and slower, and my FTPs were aborting more and more frequently.

Also, be aware that if you upgrade the firmware, you WILL lose all your settings (you [cannot] read the old .bin file back in!)
[Be sure] to write down ALL your current settings [before] doing an upgrade!

It's too bad, since I have been a proponent of SMC ever since they marketed one of the first high speed UARTs many years ago!

5-0 out of 5 stars No problem with installation
I was concerned with some of the comments, but decided to take the risk with the low price. I was able to set it up with little knowledge. It has been about a week and have had no problem. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to get set up with a wireless router.

1-0 out of 5 stars horrible wireless, try Belkin or Lynxssys
It's cheap and you get what you pay for. The setup was easy. That's the end of the praise. If you don't use encryption on your wireless link it seems to work fine. But with encryption enabled it won't keep the link. It continually drops the link and the re-init time kills your connection. Even with excellent signal strength. My wireless card, SMC EZconnect 2635, works great with other networks, but this SMC 7004 WiFi AP stinks.
SMC EZconnect card seems to work fine, not great, but acceptable. ... Read more


7. SMC8624T TigerSwitch 10/100/1000 24 10/100/1000Port Gigabit Managed Switch with 4 associated SFP mini-GBIC slots

our price: $1,823.99
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Asin: B00006HYG7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
Sales Rank: 51335
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Features

  • Support up to 24 auto-MDIX 10/100/1000 ports with 4 associated mini-GBIC slots for optional gigabit fiber plug-in
  • Non-blocking 88Gbps switch fabric for maximum switching performance
  • Layer2/Layer 4 IP precedence and IP DSCP to ensure smooth transmission of vital data
  • Layer 2 isolation between ports within the same private VLAN plus support for automatic GVRP LAN registration for maximum security and bandwidth efficiency
  • Port trunking group links between switches, increases bandwidth for dedicated link

8. SMC8524T 24-Port 10/100/1000 Layer 2 Gigabit Switch

our price: $398.99
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Asin: B0001BVVIS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
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Features

  • Support to handle Jumbo Packets up to 9K bytes packet
  • Features Store-and-Forward mode with wire-speed filtering and forwarding rates
  • Ports can be configured to 10/100Mbps half or full-duplex, or to 1000Mbps full-duplex mode to maintain network stability
  • Automatic Source Address Learning and Aging to ensure superior delivery of data.

9. SMC Networks SMC-EZ6505TX EZ Ethernet/Fast Ethernet Dual Speed Switch (5-port)
list price: $50.00
our price: $26.99
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Asin: B00005T6H0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
Sales Rank: 11647
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Full duplex support at both 10 and 100 Mbps operation
  • All MDI/MDI-Xports (5 port only)
  • IEEE 802.3 and 802.3u compatible
  • Standards-based technology ensures interoperability between various IEEE-based products
  • Plug-n-Play

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Switch
Works as advertised. Just plug in everything and it worked. It is very small and the power block is not polarized so it plugs either way. This helps with my power strip. ... Read more


10. SMC EZ6516TX 16 Port 10/100 Dual Speed SOHO Switch

our price: $65.99
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Asin: B00005RT01
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Smc
Sales Rank: 21165
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Features

  • Auto-sensing ports
  • Jabber lock-up function -automatically stops transmission of abnormal frames to prevent network interruptions
  • Automatic polarity detection & correction -ensures network integrity
  • Plug-n-Play
  • Weight -1.5lbs.

11. SMC Ez Switch 8 10BT/100BTX Switched Ports
list price: $236.99
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Asin: B00005135M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
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12. SMC EZNET-16SW 16-port 10/100 auto-negotiating dual-speed switch
list price: $182.99
our price: $149.99
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Asin: B00005IBXO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
Sales Rank: 31688
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 3.2 Gbps aggregate bandwith with speeds of up to 200Mbps per port
  • Filtering and Forwarding at full wire speed on all ports
  • Back pressure and flow control prevent packet loss undery heavy load
  • Comprehensive at a glance LED's give you detailed information on each port
  • Uplink port included for easy connection to additional switches

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy installation, not so good documentation but no problems
Good performance, easy installation. Documentation is poor but it installs and function without a glitch. The performance is very good. ... Read more


13. SMC EZNET-24SW 24-port 10/100 auto-negotiating dual-speed switch
list price: $199.99
our price: $90.99
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Asin: B00005IBYQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
Sales Rank: 24082
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Features

  • Filtering & Forwarding at full wire speed on all ports
  • Back pressure and flow control prevent packet loss undery heavy load
  • Uplink port for easy connection to additional switches
  • 1.6,3.2,or 4.8 Gbps aggregate bandwith speeds up to 200 Mbps per port
  • Sturdy steel construction;rack mountable

14. SMC7004AWBR Barricade Cable/DSL router w/ 3-port 10/100Mbps, Print Server, and802.11b 11Mbps Access Point
list price: $179.99
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Asin: B00005ARK4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
Sales Rank: 10707
Average Customer Review: 3.71 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Barricade wireless broadband router provides home and small-business users with an ideal networking solution offering the ultimate in mobility and flexibility. This multifunctional router is combined with a three-port 10/100 Mbps dual-speed switch, 11 Mbps wireless access point, integrated firewall security, and a built-in print server.

The Barricade has a WAN port as well as Network Address Translation (NAT), which extends simultaneous Internet access for up to 253 PCs on the LAN.

The wireless access point provides data rates of 11, 5.5, 2, and 1 Mbps, with 64-bit or 128-bit encryption for wireless LAN security. The Barricade has an operating range of up to 1,000 feet, and allows the connection of multiple users to the Internet using a single purchased IP address. LAN and IP addresses are auto-assigned and easily managed, and the IP routing supports a range of popular applications.

The Barricade wireless broadband router is a comprehensive networking solution for PC or Mac users, and is backed by SMC's limited lifetime warranty and 24/7 technical support. ... Read more

Features

  • Built-in NAT firewall security
  • Wireless operation at 11, 5.5, 2, or 1 Mbps
  • Connects to a cable/xDSL modem, dial-up modem, or Ethernet backbone
  • All-in-one solution provides switching, IP sharing, print server, and firewall security
  • Platform independent--works with PC or Mac

Reviews (246)

5-0 out of 5 stars A great way to make broadband even better.
This product was my first attempt at any type of home networking and I had never used a wireless router before. I was very interested in the wireless capability since I mostly use a notebook computer through a DSL connection. Before when I used the computer I was forced to do so in a specific corner of the room so that I was close enough to the phone line that the DSL modem was connected to. Besides the phone cable, there was the ethernet cable running from the modem to the computer, the modem power cable with huge wall wart, a printer cable and printer power cord. It was a mess. The SMC allowed me to move this whole mess into a desk unit, hidden away from sight. In all it took me about an 1/2 hour to install the SMC, connect it to my DSL modem (I did so first through the wired connection to my computer), install the print server and then the SMC wireless card. Without any prior experience the installation went smoothly and without any problem at all. The print server works like a dream and all the documentation, while not extensive, was enough to lead me through all the needed steps. I also connected one of the wired ports to my wife's MAC (I'm PC) and had her using the same DSL connection in about 5 more minutes. I haven't tried to print with the MAC through the server yet, but the documentation says it is possible, but not a supported feature. For me it would just be a bonus to be able to use the same printer for MAC and PC, but the router itself is worth it's weight in gold. I even found that my DSL connection seemed faster when routed through the SMC. The wireless performance is nothing short of amazing and although I do have spots in the house where the performance fails, it works everywhere I need it to. I found just by adjusting the position of the unit and the antenna you can make a connection even in the difficult spots. For the price I couldn't find a better rated unit with this many features and I am please to have purchased it. It's one of those things you say to yourself, "why didn't I do this sooner."

5-0 out of 5 stars Low Cost Easy to Use Wireless Product That Works
I have to say that I'm very impressed with the Barricade line of products. After going through 3 wired Linksys broadband routers, I was totally put off by their products. I would get frequent disconnects, couldn't re-logon/negotiate protocol, etc. until the routers finally died out. I saw the SMC Barricade regular broadband router (not wireless) and used it for 2 months. Not only do I believe it to the best router for the money, I believe it to be one of the best PERIOD. In the 2-month period I used the router, I never got dropped once from my connection. This made we decide to try the SMC Barricade Wireless. I've only used it 2 days, but the product actually works as advertised. I unplugged my wired router, plugged in the proper cables and I was up and running in less than 5 minutes. The web setup feature could be improved, but is still easy to use. The distances advertised are a little optimistic though. I live in a third floor apartment, and wanted to test how far I could go with my laptop. I went across the street and sat on my car and still connected to my 1500/384 dsl connection at about 350kbps. One little tip: don't put the router next to any electrical appliances (especially your desktop computer). I have mine placed on the wall about 5 feet off the floor.

4-0 out of 5 stars Took too long to set up WEP but so far so good...
Well, I replaced my Linksys BEFW11S4 with this unit. Nothing was wrong with the Linksys, just the SMC was cheaper after rebate and had a printserver. I only had to plug everything in and reboot once and the wired connection worked immediately. Wireless also has been working well for almost six hours now but initially took two hours to set up with encryption.

My system:
* Win 98SE
* Both wired and wireless machines with Linksys LNE100TX, WPC11, and Orinoco Gold cards
* HP 5L printer
* constant (8-12 hour daily) usage
* short distance (1 floor) and paper-thin walls
* I received the possibly doomed 750.5435 version. It seems to have come with all the newest firmware and drivers (I checked)
Haven't tried transfers over 4-5MB in size yet...

Pros:
* print server is cool! and works!!
* the price is right! $111 after rebate, minus coupons, etc.
* Nice status reporting in the Web configurator.
* Firewall, MAC filtering, etc.
* Uncomplicated "antihacker" logging (unlike Linksys)
* Limited lifetime warranty

Cons:
* throughput seems a little slower than the Linksys
* Unlike the Linksys, there doesn't seem to be any configuration option prevent the SMC from broadcasting your SSID (so a safety hazard.)
* the sneaking fear that this thing will poop out on me in the next year... it runs rather hot even though I dutifully stuck on the rubber feet to raise it from the table
* The "limited lifetime warranty" is pretty limited: you MUST register within 30 days of purchase or else it's only 90 days. Also, the warranty lasts till only a year after SMC stops selling this model (which may be very soon.) I wonder whether buying an SMC product with a Platinum card will double that year all the same? Double limited lifetime sounds like something that belongs in jail!
* WEP encryption is needlessly confusing and tedious! The fellow who said that a decimal-to-hex converter would have been helpful, was RIGHT.
In the end, to get WEP to work, I had to find and download a hex editor, convert my passphrase into hexadecimal, and enter it by HAND under the Manual Encryption option. This was not so easy since you only get little stars when you type (** ** ** **) so if you made a mistake typing, you wouldn't know! Then I had to reboot all the wireless machines before they could talk to the router. This could get real old if you change your passphrase daily.

I could not get the "automatic" encryption to work, despite a prolonged search for instructions on the SMC site. It may well have been translating my passphrase into hex, but again because it showed up as only stars, I couldn't make sure the wireless machines were using the same passphrase. Certainly it didn't work when I used the automatic encryption and then used the hex-translated version of my passphrase for the wireless cards.

1-0 out of 5 stars Scam Warrenty, Zero Tech Support
SMC's "Lifetime Warrenty" is good for the "Lifetime of the Product", which means that when your product stops working after 1 year (like mine did) they won't fix it. And that's only after you try for days and days to get through to tech support. If you call and they're "busy" you don't even wait on hold, they say "call us back later". And of course, when you call back later, they're still busy. I went through this cycle for days and days until I finally got through and was told my warrenty was worthless.

Buy this product at your own peril.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good but not great
Had this for more than a year with 4 wireless clients (2 SMCs, 1 Netgear, and 1 Dell TrueMobile). Easy set up (Web interface is decent), great value for the low price I paid (after rebate). I don't use the print server so I can't comment.

The only gripe I had is this thing does require occassional resets. I have it connected to a DSL router and this Ethernet interface occasionally get disconnected and the only way to bring it back is to reset the Barricade. The wireless interface stays up, however, so I can reset it via the Web interface and don't have to walk to the Barricade. ... Read more


15. SMC Tigerswitch 10/100 24 Port Stackable Managed Switch with GB Links
list price: $1,604.00
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Asin: B00005167P
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
Sales Rank: 49989
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16. SMC Ez Switch Ii 10/100 8 Port Auto Negotiating Dual Speed Switch
list price: $190.00
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Asin: B0000512R0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
Sales Rank: 55114
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17. SMC Tigerswitch 10/100 12-Port Stackable Managed Switch with GB Links
list price: $1,283.00
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Asin: B00005163X
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
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18. SMC 6405TX 5-Port 10/100 Switch

Asin: B00005MP4Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
Sales Rank: 53298
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19. SMC Barricade Plus Wireless Cable/DSL Broadband Router

Asin: B00006BA1X
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
Sales Rank: 32759
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • EZ 3-Click Installation Wizard
  • 802.11b High Speed Wireless Lan connection
  • 2 Removeable Antennas
  • Broadband Modem Connectivity
  • Built in VPN tunneling (IP Sec/PPTP Client and Server) support

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Good Firewall and NAT. Unreliable WiFi. Limited VPN
This router combo comes with a great firewall and NAT, but unfortunately suffers from very unreliable WiFi which disconnects regularly. The VPN would be great if only it did not time out all my connections after about 4 minutes. Also its limitation to 2 simulatenous PPTP tunnels is a bit on the low side.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Value
Just for the 4-port router this product would be worth the price. With the added value of wireless access it is quite a steal. I had heard that the wireless end of this product was not very good, however I have had no problems with it. ... Read more


20. SMC Ez Switch Ii 10/100 5 Port Auto Negotiating Dual Speed Switch
list price: $141.00
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Asin: B00005129Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SMC
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