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Netgear GS724TP ProSafe 24-Port 10/100/1000 Smart POE Switch

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  • 802.3af PoE on 24 ports, with 192 watts total POE budget
  • Management capabilities at affordable price
  • 24 10/100/1000 Mbps auto-sensing, Gigabit Ethernet Ports
  • Easy-to-manage through web-based GUI
  • 2 combo Gigabit copper/SFP slots for optional fiber connectivity
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This item: Netgear GS724TP ProSafe 24-Port 10/100/1000 Smart POE Switch
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Price $ 599.99 $ 194.99 $ 412.02 $ 620.02
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Data Transfer Rate 1 gigabits per second 1 gigabits per second 1000 megabits per second 1000 megabits per second
Size Information not Provided 10.5in l x 6.5in w x 3.38in h 22.13in l x 13.5in w x 3in h 22.5in l x 16.75in w x 3.75in h
Wattage 260 watts 59.3 watts 192 watts 384 watts
Item Weight 8.16 pounds 1.54 pounds 9.96 pounds 13.48 pounds
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  • Product Dimensions: 10.1 x 17.3 x 1.7 inches ; 8.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000Q6606G
  • Item model number: GS724TP-100NAS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 2, 2007

Product Description

Netgear GS724TP Smart Switch With 24 10/100/1000 Mbps Ports and 2 Comb SFP Ports Smart Switch

Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jarrett Gorin on January 19, 2011
>>>>UPDATE (2014.10.20): I occasionally still get people E-mailing me about what fans I switched out to to make this thing bearable. Please see the note below regarding the fan switchout and the constsnt error messages you will receive if you do that. I gave up on this switch and replaced it with a Cisco PoE switch that has only one fan, and is MUCH more quiet.<<<<<

Very nice switch. This is the heart of the CAT6 network in my new home. Speeds are super-fast and the PoE works great. I am only powering two devices right now, but the default configuration identified and correctly powered both of them. Web interface works great in IE8. Haven't tried it in other browsers. Don't know what Mr. Karn (other reviewer) is talking about. Web interface looks nice and works perfectly for me, and my browser doesn't report any errors. Interface offers very high level of configuration and monitoring.

The stock fans ar LOUD. Apparently this is a problem with almost every gigabit PoE switch on the market. This one is seriously loud. Too loud to use in any typical business environment, and definitely way too loud for installation in a residential environment. My data rack, including this switch, is in a little storage area under my stairs and behind the laundry closet. Even buried in there, the stock fans were so loud that I could hear them throughout half of my house. I am not exaggerating. That is the bad news. The good news is that the stock fans (there are three of them) can be easily replaced with your choice of quieter 40mm 3-pin fans. I replaced mine and totally solved this issue. Now the thing is virtually silent when you are sitting next to it, but it is still getting very good active cooling.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Philip R. Karn Jr. on September 2, 2010
I cannot recommend this product. Although it looks great on paper -- every port supports PoE *and* 10/100/1000 Mb Ethernet -- it is seriously crippled by extraordinarily buggy firmware. The web management interface is so broken as to be useless; you should essentially treat this device as though it were an unmanaged switch (ie., no VLANs, no ACLs, etc) and consider the price you will pay accordingly.

The unit has three small, high speed fans that are much too noisy for use in a home except perhaps in a garage, but I have been unable to find any comparable units that don't also have multiple fans.

Installing the latest firmware did not help. It helped a little to have half a dozen different web browsers on my computer (Safari, Opera, Firefox, Seamonkey, Camino, Chrome) as some management webpages might render on Opera but not Firefox, and others might render on Chrome but not Opera, and so on. But I kept running into a few pages that would not render or behave properly on ANY browser. E.g., my attempt to set up a VLAN ran into a brick wall as clicking the "apply" button had no effect on any browser I tried.

I sent one page to an online HTML verification service and got dozens of HTML protocol violations. That probably explains the rendering problems and the inconsistent results among browsers.

I should have shipped this piece of junk back for a refund while I could, but I foolishly believed that Netgear wouldn't let such buggy firmware go unfixed for very long. I was wrong.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By P. LeBlanc on January 15, 2012
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I recently bought this and set it up and was very impressed with it until I got in to the nuts and bolts of trying to incorporate it in to my existing network. I believe that most of the Web Interface Issues have been resolved although it is very slow but not much slower than my GS724T (none POE Switch).

The reason I am returning this is that the VLAN functionality of the switch is crippled. VLAN 1 which is the "Default VLAN" is editable which according to Netgear is intended for all of their new switches. I have installed dozens of Netgear Prosafe Devices over the years and most recently some of the New GS108T and GS724T Switches and they ALL allow VLAN 1 to be edited. While this might not seem like a big deal this is a huge security issue and if you want to for VLAN Tagging you can't for VLAN 1 which does not make any sense.

One one hand this was by design but yet in the firmware release notes this is a known issue so it leads me to believe that it will eventually be resolved by firmware. If / when they do this will be a great switch.

The pros are Nice Design, a decent price point, nice web interface and the POE works like a charm.

The other negatives are the Web UI are is SLOW, a little buggy with the need to refresh once in a while and the fans are very noisy with a fixed speed so keep that in mind if you are placing this in a quiet room.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jason P. Loveless on January 6, 2013
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looked at all the reviews on here and was kinda worried about using it. but after a very quick and easy setup i found it to work fine. I installed it into a rack in a home automation system and found the "loud" fan to not be that loud. now your installing it into a bedroom yes it would be very but in a rack or closet i would say no. it's as loud as anything else that has to do the work load that it does. the setup i did on a 32 bit version of ie that i ran as a admin , this made it work like it should not saying thats what other people should do but i did it to be safe. I found the ie setup to be simple and forward . It was replacing a 24 port cisco that died ! , so the price of this one was a good thing as amazon fast shipping got us up and running fast. I made no adjustments to the touch panels using the poe there are 14 devices in all and power wasn't a problem. I am already ordering another one. Not going with 5 stars yet maybe after a month or two without problems .
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