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NETGEAR ProSAFE 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Smart Switch (GS108T v2)

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  • Connects up to 10x faster than Fast Ethernet for maximum performance
  • Simple to combine Fast Ethernet and Gigabit devices in your network
  • Fanless design for quiet operation
  • ProSafe 8-port Gigabit Desktop Switch connects your network with the dual advantages of performance and convenience
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  • Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 6.2 x 1.1 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003KP8VSK
  • Item model number: GS108T-200NAS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 30, 2006

Product Description

Joining NETGEAR’s family of Gigabit Smart Switches with web-based management, this 8-port Gigabit switch is high on value and capability. With 8 10/100/1000 Mbps ports and support for Jumbo frames, capable of powering 2000 Mbps of data throughput in full-duplex mode per port, it is ideal for small offices or extensions and connects high speed servers or power users. Ideal for combining 10, 100, and 1000 Mbps devices it delivers automatic speed and full/halfduplex sensing plus Auto Uplink™ on every port. In addition, an intuitive web-browser interface offers the simple Smart Switch management, making it easy to configure ports and set up port trunks, VLANs and traffic prioritization or monitor switch performance. Alternatively, use SNMPbased software to manage your Smart Switch. The GS108T is equipped with highly advanced features such as Access Control Lists (ACL), 802.1x port authentication, enhanced QoS, rate limiting and IGMP Snooping among others to provide a small and medium-sized business with a network that is geared for growth while providing scalability and reliability.

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No muss, no fuss.
Seth R. Alpert
I definitely recommend the Netgear GS108T to anyone who is looking for a solid gigabit switch with advanced features on a smaller budget.
Fred Westrom
Passive cooling means no noise at all.
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47 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Fred Westrom on August 25, 2010
After having used high end managed switches at the office and low dollar desktop switches at home, I purchased this Netgear GS108T so that I could use its port mirroring feature to make life easier when doing network software development at home, and I am truly impressed with this Netgear GS108T.

If you want advanced managed functionality, you can connect to the web-management page and set up anything from per-port MAC or IP filtering ACLs, rate limiting, and port mirroring, to NTP synchronization, SNMP management, or even link aggregation. The feature-set is way too rich for home needs - but perfect for business - unless you are a geek like me and love to play with cool toys! If you don't known what a managed switch is, you can still plug this thing in and use it just like a dumb desktop switch.

I definitely recommend the Netgear GS108T to anyone who is looking for a solid gigabit switch with advanced features on a smaller budget.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Boba's Daddy Figure on April 3, 2011
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The Netgear people love to build their switches in tight little, flat metal cases. This one has that same family profile. This model is not a "dumb" style switch. You need to program it. This can be great if you need those features. If not, buy their other model without the programing. The problem you may run into, is that the firmware inside the unit as delivered is several versions out-of-date. The update process is truly a pain in the butt, because the process is not intuitive, and the device does not indicate its status consistently. Once you stumble through this process, the device works great, and may protect your computers from malware and control data flow to different devices and services better than a dumb switch. In function, the GS108T-NAS is fast and effective, and appears to be built robustly. Highly recommended.
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By B. Hunnel on February 5, 2011
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I spent a lot of time trying to find a Gigabit switch that actually publishes performance benchmarks specifically for a switch that is affordable. I tried connecting a 3D-TV, PS3 and a 3D Blu-ray over a high-end wireless network, but I could not get reliable bandwidth when watching VUDU or Netflix.

With this switch, there is no congestion and it is very fast and reliable (of course it is wired now too). You can use a browser to the switch and see detailed statistics on each port including transmit errors,receive errors, collisions and a lot more. If you use the wrong or a bad Ethernet cable, you can easily troubleshoot the problem to the exact cable and port. It supports Jumbo frames, port mirroring, QoS, VLAN and more.

If you are looking for a very-fast low cost switch for home or office that has management capabilities, then take a look at this switch.

Performance Specifications

* Forwarding modes: Store-and-forward
* Bandwidth: 16 Gbps full duplex
* Network latency: Less than 15us for 64-byte frames in store-and-forward mode for 1000 Mbps to 1000 Mbps transmission
* Buffer memory: 128 KB embedded memory per unit
* Address database size: 4k media access control (MAC) addresses per system
* Mean time between failure (MTBF): 278,553 hours (~32 years)
* Acoustic noise: 0 dB
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By SE on May 22, 2012
My overall feature usage of these switches is limited so I can't say that everything works perfectly, but I will share what I do know. Feel free to comment if you feel otherwise.

With limited non-enterprise funds, I purchased the 8-port version of this switch and its bigger brother 24-port version (amazingly inexpensive at the time). After 2 years, these switches have not let me down. The web interface can be flaky at times (image caching, and especially under Chrome), and the LAG (aggregation/trunking) UI flow could be less confusing, but the stuff just works. Get the management static IP setup and then toss that proprietary CD software - you will never need it again.

I run the 24-port in my basement, with 2 Win7 Pro servers (40TB 3Ware RAID6 in each) connected via 2-port LAG and a 2-port (50') Cat6 link to the 8-port switch in my living room, for HTPC. By the way, I have run 4-port LAG as well, it does work on these devices, but with Win7 limits (read on) there is no real need for me and 4gbps links.

Limits imposed by MS, cause Windows 7 Pro (and Ultimate I assume) to limit NIC throughput to 1gbps between any TWO Windows 7 machines (Server 2008 will not), so I no longer get more than 1gbps (900mbps real-world) between any two machines, but in the past when running on XP Pro I used to get almost 2gbps (1.8gbps real-world) between XP machines (very impressive). But any two machines can push a 3rd machine to hit near 2gbps (the info on this limitation seem hidden at MS, but I have proved this time and time again). Just accept it. So any two clients can push 1gbps to the one aggregated NIC in a server (3rd machine), making the aggregation still quite useful on Win7-only networks.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ppmd on December 16, 2012
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The first unit I received had a rattle. I opened up the case and the heat sink was floating loosely in the switch! Amazon took care of the return, but it was nevertheless a hassle.

The replacement unit works very well. I am using it primarily to utilize the Link Aggregation (LAG) feature. I needed the Smart Switch functionality, but did not want to spend the $ and time on a managed switch. This fits the bill.

Compact size with clear status lights on each port an added bonus.
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