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I have 4 other devices by TP-Link and this is the first issue I've ever had.
    
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I'll second that motion, TP-Link have always been good to me and give you an amazing feature set for the price.
    
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I'll second that motion, TP-Link have always been good to me and give you an amazing feature set for the price.

Agreed.
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Place another switch in its place. If you get GB speed, then the TPLink switch is dead.
Why did it died? If i could answer that question for every faulty piece of hardware, then i would be a billionaire.

Many years ago, a lightning struck ground next to my house. The receiver in my TV died, yet the rest of the TV works fine. Why didnt the rest of my TV didnt died as well? If you can answer the question, I will gladly pay you a million dollars.

My point. UPS is not perfect, and electrical surges such as during storms will by pass a UPS and kill off other electrical devices.
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It's unmanaged.

Yet you assume it will magically work after power has been restored?? Power spikes will run havoc on electrical devices to the the point that even "unmanaged" means nothing. Yet you do nothing.

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Place another switch in its place. If you get GB speed, then the TPLink switch is dead.
Why did it died? If i could answer that question for every faulty piece of hardware, then i would be a billionaire.

Many years ago, a lightning struck ground next to my house. The receiver in my TV died, yet the rest of the TV works fine. Why didnt the rest of my TV didnt died as well? If you can answer the question, I will gladly pay you a million dollars.

My point. UPS is not perfect, and electrical surges such as during storms will by pass a UPS and kill off other electrical devices.
Yet you assume it will magically work after power has been restored?? Power spikes will run havoc on electrical devices to the the point that even "unmanaged" means nothing. Yet you do nothing.

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I don't think you know what an unmanaged switch means. rolleyes.gif

Devices work on another switch. I've contacted TP-Link they are going to replace it for me.

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Even if they replace it for you, i would look at getting a switch from a different manufacturer, such as D-Link/Netgear ect. My experience with TP-Link has always been meh at best. sure they're stuff may work, but its not the best. I still have a d-Link gigabit switch that i bought something like 6-7 years ago and it still worked great the last time i used it (everything is wired up using routers in my house atm, but i still keep 2 switches in case i go to a lan party, both D-link) thumb.gif

I'll second that, all my d-link hardware is rock solid for stable, I keep it as backups incase something goes horribly wrong and only a d-link can fix it.

Over in australia i'd advice, D-link, WD 40 and Duct tape, If you can't fix it with that you be screwed mon.

That and i've had nothing but drama with TP-link.
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it is great that you are getting the replaced TP Link but i think you should also consider to change your UPS also.
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