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Ubiquiti Unifi 16-Port Managed PoE+ 150W Gigabit Switch with 2x SFP (US-16-150W) $383.20 Delivered @ Ninja.buy eBay


Been looking for some network switches for my house, this seems to be a very good price.

Ubiquiti Networks UBNT UniFi US-16-150W PoE Switch 16-port 150W
16x 10/100/1000 Mbps (Gigabit) RJ45 Ports
2x 1 Gbps SFP Ports
1x Serial Console Port
Switching Capacity: 36 Gbps
Forwarding Rate: 26.78 Mpps
Maximum Power Consumption: 150W
Non-Blocking Throughput: 18 Gbps
Network/VLAN Configuration
Jumbo frame and flow control configuration
Storm control setting per port

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  • Just be careful if you’re thinking of putting it in the living room… I’ve heard it can get quite loud

    • +2 votes

      Mines only loud when it boots up. Silent in use with 8 ports connected. You can swap the fans out if you need to.

  • It’s not that loud at all. I love mine

  • What do I need for my house? 4 ports around the house, all back to garage with the nbn. 2 cameras, and would like 2 wireless access points. So much ubiquiti equipment I'm confused as to what I need.

    • If you are confused about what you need, this is probably not for you. No offense haha.
      I used to run a USG+US+UCK setup plus a couple APs. Then they came out with the Dream Machine, it's a USG, US, UCK and AP all in one, I highly recommend it. You may eventually grow out of it, but it's a terrific start into prosumer networking.
      EDIT: the Dream Machine doesn't have PoE so you may need PoE injector/switch if you intend to have PoE APs.

      • So what do I need if these aren't for me? Which product/brand will suit my needs above? I also got a NAS and 250mbps Fiber. Thx

        • A Unifi Dream Machine :) it can be had for around $450 and should be more than enough for your need. It in itself is a wireless AP, so theoretically you only need another AP. But like I said, you may need PoE injector/switch if you want additional PoE APs. For cameras, do you have existing cloud subscription? If not, you may want a Cloud Key Gen2+.
          Another solution is the Dream Machine Pro for ~$700, it has PoE and Unifi NVR with built-in 3.5" HDD support so all you need is couple more PoE APs for wherever you need them (itself is not a wireless AP). This imo is the most elegant solution if you have the budget for it.
          Obviously you can decouple your network by going for separate USG, US, UCK but I don't see the reason to for home network.

    • There are so many ways you can go about it.

      I'd get the Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine (it has a built in Ubiquiti UniFi nanoHD wireless access point).

      Another way is the Ubiquiti UniFi Security Gateway + Ubiquiti UniFi PoE switch + Ubiquiti UniFi wireless access points.

      Whatever Ubiquiti cameras you want + Ubiquiti Cloud Key Gen2 Plus to store the camera footage.