Question about Dynex 4-Port 10 Mbps Ethernet Hub
A "Network Hub" is not a good device for connecting to a network. Collision is the most common problem with this device. Since you said that the device is new, maybe you can return it to the shop you bought and buy a "4 port Network Switch".
What the difference is that a hub transfers all the data that comes in one port to all the other ports. But the switch can decide destination of the incoming data. So, when the hub is sending data to a device, that device has to know whether or not to accept the data. This doesn't happen here in your case. So, better buy a "Network Switch". They both look alike and price difference is also not that high.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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