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Yes, just make sure you plug the ethernet cable from your router/modem into port 5 of the switch and your good to go. I have my Mac,PS4,Xbox One and Apple TV all connected to it, and works flawlessly.
By Michael on 01 June 2014
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The term switch doesn't mean it auto switches between active ports. All of the ports are all active all the time and each connected device will be able to send and recieve data at the same time. The term switch just means that each port is giving you a dedicated 100/1000mb interface in it's own seperate collision dom… see more The term switch doesn't mean it auto switches between active ports. All of the ports are all active all the time and each connected device will be able to send and recieve data at the same time. The term switch just means that each port is giving you a dedicated 100/1000mb interface in it's own seperate collision domain. Effectively, that port can send at full speed to another port on the switch without data colliding. Your only contention is the speed of your internet connection which I am certain will not be anywhere near 1gb. see less
By Mr. Simon J. Kelk on 29 December 2014
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Yes
By Froggs on 15 April 2014
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Hi I am not really qualified to answer this but I think if you needed a managed switch you would know and know why. If you are setting something up in the house the model will do what you want. I have a 16 port model and it is plug and play and needs no configuration to make it work. If you tell me what you hope to ach… see more Hi I am not really qualified to answer this but I think if you needed a managed switch you would know and know why. If you are setting something up in the house the model will do what you want. I have a 16 port model and it is plug and play and needs no configuration to make it work. If you tell me what you hope to achieve I could pobably tell you if it would work. I use these for two things. One almpst like an extension lead to create more ports tpo plug into. ls to feed my Ethernet socket embedded in the walls of the house. If that's what you want to do, you do not need a managed switch. Hope tis helps. There's plenty of info on the net if you really want to understand managed and unmanaged switches. see less
By Glyndwr182 on 08 June 2015
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Yes. The standard single port limitations will then apply to the 8 or 5 depending on which way round but in most scenarios you probably won't ever notice.
By Ian Judd on 04 March 2014
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You can yes, hubs are transparent and you can plug one hub into another hub to increase the amount of ports available.
By Philip T. on 07 August 2015
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It is indeed Fanless.
By Box Limited on 15 July 2015 SELLER
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I have not tried that yet. Sorry. I hope so!
By Brian Edwards on 11 December 2015
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Yes, it does
By Big Al on 17 February 2016
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Mine are GS105V5
By M. Colson on 26 June 2016