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    Default Cheapest HUB??

    anyone has any idea abt HUBs? Shobcheye kom daam er modhhe ki ase? ar hub er jonno wire kothay pawa jay? dokan e bolle ki lan er jack lagay dibe?

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    Default Re: Cheapest HUB??

    Hub ekhon r khub ekta paoya jay na. Ekhon switch tai besi chole .. and also better than hub.
    4 port er switch 450 r 8 port er ta 650 er moto nibe. (lowest quality).
    Je kono computer market e LAN er cable paben (IDB, Multiplan, Science Lab). CAT 5 nibe 8tk theke 12tk, Non duplex CAT 5 nibe 4tk theke 5tk (per gauge). Jekhan theke cable kinben orai apanar proyojon moto cable punch kore dibe (jack lagay dibe). Also apnar local ISP te gele ora cable punch kore dite pare.. ami tai kori sob somoy. Be careful before punching whether you need straight cable or crossed cable.
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    Default Re: Cheapest HUB??

    wow... thanks for such useful info @mrX... Switch ar Hub er difference ta ki? (prolly lame ques :S )

    4 port er ta 450 sounds pretty cheap...... known quality brand ase switch er?

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    Default Re: Cheapest HUB??

    Difference between a HUB and a Switch :

    HUB: When a hub receives a packet (chunk) of data (a frame in Ethernet lingo) at one of its ports from a PC on the network, it transmits (repeats) the packet to all of its ports and, thus, to all of the other PCs on the network. If two or more PCs on the network try to send packets at the same time a collision is said to occur. When that happens all of the PCs have to go though a routine to resolve the conflict. The process is prescribed in the Ethernet Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection (CSMA/CD) protocol. Each Ethernet Adapter has both a receiver and a transmitter. If the adapters didn't have to listen with their receivers for collisions they would be able to send data at the same time they are receiving it (full duplex). Because they have to operate at half duplex (data flows one way at a time) and a hub retransmits data from one PC to all of the PCs, the maximum bandwidth is 100 Mhz and that bandwidth is shared by all of the PC's connected to the hub. The result is when a person using a computer on a hub downloads a large file or group of files from another computer the network becomes congested. In a 10 Mhz 10Base-T network the affect is to slow the network to nearly a crawl. The affect on a small, 100 Mbps (million bits per scond), 5-port network is not as significant.

    Switch:
    An Ethernet switch automatically divides the network into multiple segments, acts as a high-speed, selective bridge between the segments, and supports simultaneous connections of multiple pairs of computers which don't compete with other pairs of computers for network bandwidth. It accomplishes this by maintaining a table of each destination address and its port. When the switch receives a packet, it reads the destination address from the header information in the packet, establishes a temporary connection between the source and destination ports, sends the packet on its way, and then terminates the connection.
    Picture a switch as making multiple temporary crossover cable connections between pairs of computers (the cables are actually straight-thru cables; the crossover function is done inside the switch). High-speed electronics in the switch automatically connect the end of one cable (source port) from a sending computer to the end of another cable (destination port) going to the receiving computer on a per packet basis. Multiple connections like this can occur simultaneously. It's as simple as that. And like a crossover cable between two PCs, PC's on an Ethernet switch do not share the transmission media, do not experience collisions or have to listen for them, can operate in a full-duplex mode, have bandwidth as high as 200 Mbps, 100 Mbps each way, and do not share this bandwidth with other PCs on the switch. In short, a switch is "more better."

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    Default Re: Cheapest HUB??

    THXX @mrX for the explanations... So, its more like a switch is more efficient than the HUB.... nice...

    I just bought one this evening... TPlink 5 port... working well.. thanks for ur help bro

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