Dynex (DXEHB4) 4-Ports External Hub
About this product
|The Dynex DX3HB4 4-port external hub is designed to take the stress out of network management, whilst keeping it all secure. This Dynex external hub complies with IEEE 802.3 standards, and includes 4 ports along with one RJ-45 uplink port, ideal for connecting this hub to others. With speeds reaching up to 10Mbps, and auto-sensing technologies, which complement the plug-and-play installation. That's not all, either; the Dynex DXEHB4 features LED indicators, which can inform you of possible problems, such as collisions and links, as well as power and internet lights to show if the 4-port external hub is functioning as it should be. If there is a problem, your Dynex external hub will automatically exclude the port at fault, helping you to fix this quickly. Whether you work in a study or a large office, the Dynex DXEHB4 has a compact, stylish, and minimalist feel, and it's designed to take up minimal space whether its sitting on a desk or mounted on the wall. Normal internet speed will be maintained, no matter how many devices are connected, and it's ideal for connecting everything from computers and laptops to games consoles.|
|Data Transfer Rate||10 Mbps|
|Data Link Protocol||Ethernet|
|Status Indicators||Collision status, power, link OK|
|Compliant Standards||IEEE 802.3|
|Interfaces||4 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T - RJ-45 female|
|Power Consumption Operational||5 Watt|
|Power Source||DC 9 V|
|Power Supplay||Power adapter - external|
|OS Required||Microsoft Windows Vista|
|Humidity Range Operating (Range)||5 - 95%|
|Max Operating Temperature_Display||104 ˚F|
|Min Operating Temperature_Display||32 ˚F|
Most relevant reviews
- trstantonAug 3, 2013by
The hub is a data port "splitter" and works just as expected
Exactly what I was looking for. I needed a dumb device to allow me to capture Wireshark captures, and this hub does exactly what I was looking to do.
- oldrootboyNov 8, 2012by
Perfect for Wireshark
This hub is as dumb as they come, but that's what makes it perfect for use with Wireshark.
I had tried three other switches, and none of them could be "dumbed-down" enough to tramsmit across to the port that I had Wireshark hooked to.
This one worked straight out of the box!
- ley1470Nov 7, 2011by
It's a real hub. You can tap with it.
I am really satisfied with it.
- jd5868Jul 18, 2011by
This product works great, end of story
great product, works like a charm. i bought this in order to run an xbox and internet to my sons pc. you just plug an ethernet cable into your cable box (if its att uverse) and then run the other end into this product. then you plug your xbox and pc into this product. now you have successfully used your cable box as a modem and this product as a hub.
- serverguy2May 26, 2011by
Hubs are cheaper and less secure but might be what you want vs. a switch.
This is a hub. Please don't confuse this with a switch. Many of the switches are listed as Switch/Hub. An item is EITHER a switch or a hub but CANNOT BE BOTH. This unit, being a hub, will reproduce all input on all other outputs. That's what a hub does. It means that you don't have isolation of the streams like a switch would provide but, if that is what you want, and I did, then it is exactly what you should use.