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Which port to place network in put

I can't get a connection. Which port does the net input go? This is 16 port hub with expansion in and out ports. I really need help. Thanks

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If it is a hub then you can plug any device into any port. It doesn't matter which. All a hub does is broadcast data received on anymore out all the other ports at half duplex speeds. I'd recommend getting a switch instead. Same price and they don't suffer from all weaknesses a hub has.

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SOURCE: No, Really. I have 16 ports. And two labeled expansion in/out. Really where does the net in cable go?

The Expansion IN port. The OUT port is for adding another hub. The key word being stackable, in case you need more than 16 ports. Hope this clears thing up.

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No, Really. I have 16 ports. And two labeled expansion in/out. Really where does the net in cable go?


The Expansion IN port. The OUT port is for adding another hub. The key word being stackable, in case you need more than 16 ports. Hope this clears thing up.

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