gigabit

  1. Zarathustra[H]

    Aruba s2500 48 port Gigabit + 4x 10gig uplink SFP+ and Layer3

    I wanted to thank IdiotInCharge for cuing me in to these in another thread (which I don't want to pull off topic anymore than I already have) They are original pre-HPE MAS Aruba switches. I just ordered mine, $125 on eBay, with a 1 year warranty included at no added cost. Seems like A LOT of...
  2. cageymaru

    The D-Link DWR-2010 Is a 5G NR Enhanced Gateway

    D-Link has announced the release of its new 5G gateway. The DWR-2010 is a 5G NR Enhanced Gateway that provides 5G internet connectivity through an 802.11ac/n wireless network. This allows users access to internet speeds 10 times faster than the current LTE standard. The device showcases its...
  3. dvsman

    So you have Gigabit Internet ...

    So I'm running 155-180Mb internet service at the moment but my ISP has options up to a "Gigabit" and that got me wondering. For those of you that are already running really fast / absurdly fast internet, what exactly are you using it for / doing with it? At 155Mb / 30 up downloading from Steam...
  4. cageymaru

    HTC Vive Wireless Adapter Launches in September

    The HTC Vive and Vive Pro are cutting the cord for wireless freedom with the upcoming launch of the $299 HTC Vive Wireless Adapter. The Vive Pro needs an additional Vive Pro compatibility pack which costs $60 as it requires a different attachment device and foam padding. The device can be run...
  5. B

    FS/FT: AV600 powerline, WRT54GL, Core2Duo, DDR2

    Pair of TP-Link TL-PA6010 AV600 powerline adapters - Gigabit LAN ports, they were used to get connectivity in my detached garage, provided solid 40mbps over terrible wiring - $35 shipped Linksys WRT54GL - Currently running DD-WRT, this has been rock-solid since the day I bought it - $10 shipped...
  6. M3Roc

    Ubiquiti Router & AP - PoE, SFP

    I used these for about four months before buying an all in one kit from Linksys, its just too much for my own good. I'm no bueno with networking and this setup is like bringing a sludge hammer to build a watch, overkill. Original boxes and manuals included. You will have to do a hard reset to...
  7. E

    Router Upgrade for Gigabit Internet

    Cincinnati Bell Fioptics is getting installed next week, and I'm going to get their 1000 Mbps by 250 Mbps connection using fiber to the home. This will be a major improvement to my 8/3 WISP PPPOE connection that I'm getting fed up with because my internet is controlled by my county's fiscal...
  8. Bees

    Verizon Offering $70 FiOS Gigabit Service for New Customers

    The Northeast U.S. can get ready to rev up their favorite streaming sites, as Verizon is now offering Gigabit Connection via their FiOS internet service. New and existing customers in areas of Boston, Providence, New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Hampton Roads, VA., and...
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