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Cisco SG200-08 8-port Gigabit Smart Switch (SLM2008T-NA)
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- Low-power chipsets, fanless designs, and other power-saving features reduce power consumption and enable quieter operation
- Speed file transfer,keep business applications available,provide single Ethernet network foundation for all business communication &connectivity needs
- An intuitive browser-based interface, Cisco Discovery Protocol, and the Cisco Smartports tool simplify setup and configuration
- PoE options are available in both Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet models, simplifying IP telephony and wireless deployments
- Switches automatically configure connected IP phones with the right VLAN and quality-of-service parameters to prioritize voice traffic.Status Indicators:Link activity, port transmission speed, system, PoE
- Speed file transfer times, keep business applications available,
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- Brand Name: Cisco
- Model Number: SLM2008T-NA
- Connectivity Technology: Wired
- Number of Ports: 8
- Network Data Transfer Rate: 1000 Megabits Per Second
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Cisco SG200-08 Ethernet Switch - 8 Port SLM2008T-NA Switches & Bridges
From the Manufacturer
The Cisco SG200-08 switch is an affordable, 8-port Gigabit Ethernet smart switch that provides the performance required for high-bandwidth applications. The switch features basic security and quality of service, energy-efficient technology, and IPv6 support needed to build a business network. The switch is easy to manage and includes a limited lifetime warranty.
Top Customer Reviews
I use the Cisco SG300 line for my main home switches (and some of the smaller business deployments I work on) and have generally been pleased with their business-readiness. The SG200 is a notch below that. The main missing features are security related: No HTTPS management access (only HTTP), only SNMPv2, etc. It also lacks any sort of a command line, but I knew that when ordering.
Like just about all switches of this class, features like VLANs are a bit awkward, especially if you're familiar with the Cisco Catalyst/Nexus line. You must add a port as a member of a VLAN, and only then can you enable tagging for that VLAN, but these settings are in two different screens. To change the "native" VLAN on a port, you must first assign that VLAN as the PVID in one screen (the VLAN that untagged frames received on the port will be assumed to be in) and then you must *also* set that same VLAN as the outgoing untagged VLAN, in another screen. Like I said, awkward, but typical of just about every switch in this class.
Once the switch was installed and configured, it has run without problems for over a month, so it seems stable.
If your needs are extremely basic, and/or you do not have major concerns about best practice security, this switch does what it's supposed to at a pretty reasonable (for a managed switch) price.
Update November 2013: This switch has worked well enough for me that I have purchased another for additional expansion in my home.
A network administrator would surely approve of this purchase!
Kinda tricky to set-up, called LCAP by switch, but not rocket science since everything is done via a nice GUI, which is kinda slow though, compared to the normal Cisco command line IOS.
Definitely improved transfer speeds to and from NAS box.
Only thing I can think of that has annoyed me so far with this is that it seems that about once a month out of the blue it will freeze up for no apparent reason and so basically have to power on/off and when you do that you have to reset the time on it since Cisco says they ain't going to fix that bug.
Oh yeah and you better hope you never have to reset this switch since there is no physical reset button!
I'm guessing most people give up and toss it at that point but you can try reaching it at 192.168.1.254 and re-flashing the firmware to get it back working. That got the switch back up and working again for me but I almost stopped using it anyways since I hadn't logged in for a while I forgot the user and password I had set up on it! Weird thing is you'd think updating the flash would wipe out all previous settings but it didn't since I almost couldn't log back in since the default admin/ciso login didn't work even after a re-flash!
Linksys knew what they were doing when they started work on this little gem that became part of the Cisco Small Business portfolio. I do wish it had an update since 2014 and I also wish that the manual explained nuances like why I can't do certain things (can't add a static MAC address as "Secure" in my situation).
In my personal opinion the web GUI is a little cumbersome. I have been working with Cisco for the last 14 years, I would have preferred some form of command line as it is very easy for me personally to understand. Though this does not limit the units ability to do its job very well.