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legacy1
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Re: Connect dumb TO Link switch to Superhub 3.0

If its not MAC limiting it can be the hubs DHCP server per port so you could try setting some devices with static IP's.

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Re: Connect dumb TO Link switch to Superhub 3.0

I seem to be able to get 3 ports supported so far by plugging one cable into the port and a device, then checking it works, then no, then no. If i plug them all in at once it fails ... have not had to try static IP yet.
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Re: Connect dumb TO Link switch to Superhub 3.0

Can you set the gateway to 192.168.0.1 on the TV?
I take it the subnet mask is set to 255.255.255.0

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Re: Connect dumb TP Link switch to Superhub 3.0

... yes, thanks it is as you describe above. I solved the problem by turning all connected devices on the network off, then just plugging one device into the switch. This supported the one plugged in device via the switch. I then plugged one more device into the switch and it worked, and i carried on with further devices one at a time and they are all now working. If it is of any consequence, the Superb is connected via port 4 on the back of the SH 3.0 to the switch into port 1 on the switch.

Thanks to everyone that has responded, much appreciated.

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