Rated 4.3 out of 5 based off 84 ratings

$132.90 View Price

Operating Voltage 57 Volts
Brand MikroTik
Switch Type Temperature Switch
Item Dimensions LxWxH 5.71 x 7.87 x 1.77 inches
Mounting Type Panel Mount
International Protection Rating IP54
Controller Type Switch
Connectivity Protocol Ethernet
Wattage 1 watts
Unit Count 1 Count
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  • Cloud Router Switch 109-8G-1S-2HnD-IN is new small size low cost member of Mikrotik's CRS series
  • It comes with eight Gigabit Ethernet ports and high power 2.4GHz wireless. Product supports 10-57V and is 802.3af/at compliant
  • CRS series combines the best features of a fully functional router and a Layer 3 switch, is powered by the familiar RouterOS
  • All the specific Switch configuration options are available in a special Switch menu, but if you want, ports can be removed from the switch configuration, and used for routing purposes
  • Dimensions: 200 x 142 x 44 mm, Size of RAM: 128 MB, PoE in: Passive PoE, SFP ports: 1, PCB temperature and Voltage monitor


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Mikrotik CRS109-8G-1S-2HnD-IN Cloud Router Switch 109-8G-1S-2HnD-IN with Atheros AR9344 CPU, 128MB RAM, 8xGigabit LAN, 1xSFP, 2.4Ghz 802.11b/g/n wireless, RouterOS L5, LCD panel, desktop case, PSU (802.11af/at compliant). Full wire speed switching, Configure ports as switch, or for routing If required, full RouterOS routing power right there Built in 802.11b/g/n Wireless AP 1000mW, Desktop case, Color touchscreen LCD.

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Lee Crawford
5.0 out of 5 stars

If you know what you're doing, this is what you want.
Reviewed in the United States ?? on February 6, 2019

Verified Purchase
I discovered Mikrotik hardware while looking for a firewall for a small business. When you're looking for something that does all that the Mikrotik RouterOS promises, the price is is so good that you just have to give it a try. After you mess with it for awhile you find that the feature set makes it all worth it.

Important note: If you are just looking for a home device that you plug in and it works, this will probably do what you need, but the configuration may be too much for users without some hefty networking knowledge, and you can pay less for a more consumer-grade device with that much functionality. That said, it's a good price for a device to learn on, should you want to learn networking, and there's plenty of help on their forums to get you through whatever it is you don't know (because you can't know everything).

I bought this model for home use after messing around with a couple of the 24-port versions, and I have only one complaint, if you want to call it that. The one issue I have is that the WiFi on this unit is ONLY 2GHz, and 5GHz is not available. Most consumer-grade WiFi access points give you both and never really explain what the difference is, so you take it for granted and probably don't have it set up right. 5GHz tends to have less range, but better transfer speeds. 2GHz has better coverage, but your uploads and downloads aren't as fast. I like the wider coverage, but my primary in-house access point is another device with supports 5GHz, and this is my WiFi when I'm in the garage or just outside the house. Because speed.

Beyond that, gigabit Ethernet is good, having 8 ports is good, and RouterOS is amazing functionality for whatever you need to set up. I set up static-assigned IPs with DHCP and NAT port forwarding with no trouble. With some searching and reading I established a site-to-site VPN (between 2 Mikrotik devices), remote-access VPN, and more. I'm working on creating separate VLANs to better segregate traffic that gets to external-facing web & mail servers from devices that could be better protected in the event that those servers maybe get compromised.
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14 people found this helpful

Maine Geek
5.0 out of 5 stars

I believe I may be a Mikrotik convert from here on out!
Reviewed in the United States ?? on February 6, 2016

Verified Purchase
I purchased this switch along with a Mikrotik hEX and I just love them. I've used Tomato for MANY years and for those MANY years my purchasing decision to get a router was based on "does it run Tomato?".

Most recently, I had an Asus router that started getting flaky on me. It would randomly reboot when a big transfer across Wifi was occurring. I tried re-flashing Tomato, dropping the CPU speed, and even reducing the transmit power for the antenna but the problem persists. I tried logging to a Syslog server so catch an error when it rebooted but there were none.

I bought the Asus router in late 2012 so I'm disappointed with its longevity especially considering I still have an old WRT54G running strong. I don't expect them to last forever but I do expect them to last longer then 2 years.

I decided I was done with cheap consumer routers. Though the Mikrotik gear is reasonable priced, you can tell they are not cheap. For starters, the chassis is metal NOT plastic. The features are unquestionably the best I have seen at this price point.

Keep in mind, if you want something plug and play, this is not the best choice. Yes, they have presets to cover the average Home router configuration. I suggest if you are not IT or tech person you stay away from this product. Not because its bad but because of the knowledge required to properly configure these RouterOS devices.

I believe I may be a Mikrotik convert from here on out!
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18 people found this helpful

5.0 out of 5 stars

Extremely functional integrated router/switch. Bear to configure.
Reviewed in the United States ?? on March 31, 2020

Verified Purchase
I have had one of these in service in my home network for a couple of years now. It is extremely capable, exposing very advanced networking capabilities. However, if you need to depart from the built-in configuration of a simple wireless network and switch, you will need a CCNA level of network experience. The documentation for how this works is fragmented and some topics are not well covered. Its been a few years, but I found their forum to be useless as my questions did not get answered. I finally did learn enough about it--youtube videos, wiki, internet searching--main thing for me was to have the wireless network blocked from my wired network. Wireless can only communicate with internet, so if someone gets in to that, they can't access local network. I did this in firewall and had to learn the *nix firewall configuration. So, very pleased with it overall, but cofiguration can be frustrating and time consuming.
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4 people found this helpful

Amazon Customer
4.0 out of 5 stars

Mikrotik pro router for SOHO
Reviewed in the United States ?? on March 22, 2017

Verified Purchase
The router was delivered on time, so thank you SIL MICRO. However as more people have already remarked, the LCD screen is not working well. In essence it is unusable. Having said that, I don't really use it anyway. But this seems like a production issue to me. I can return it, but I don't see the need.

The Router is definitively not a standard user router. It is complex and the manual and information is not entirely complete. This means that if you haven't used a router like this you will have to spend quite some time to learn all the intricacies of the device and OS.

Once you have it up and running it is a fast and efficient switch/router. With the logging features you are easily able to discover what is happening on your network(s) and verify the correct settings of the router. I already have found and solved networking issues because of it.

Always make sure to create a backup of the working configuration. It is easy to lock yourself out of the router.
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One person found this helpful