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Cisco SG200-18 18-port Gigabit Smart Switch
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- 18 - 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
- 4 mini Gigabit Interface Converter (mini-GBIC) slots (shared with 4 Ethernet ports) for fiber Gigabit Ethernet expansion
- Dual images for resilient firmware upgrades
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- Brand Name: Cisco
- Model Number: SLM2016T-NA
- Connectivity Technology: Wired
- Number of Ports: 18
- Network Data Transfer Rate: 1000 Megabits Per Second
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|Data Transfer Rate||1000 Megabits Per Second||1000 Megabits Per Second||1000 Megabits Per Second||1000 Megabits Per Second|
|Size||Information not provided||Information not provided||Information not provided||21.9in l x 12.1in w x 3.9in h|
|Wattage||22.9 Watts||37.5 Watts||7.21 Watts||16.26 Watts|
|Item Weight||4.43 pounds||8 pounds||1.8 pounds||4.78 pounds|
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From the Manufacturer
The Cisco SG200-18 (SLM2016T-NA) switch is an affordable 18-port Gigabit Ethernet smart switch, including two combination mini-GBIC ports, that delivers the performance needed to support high-bandwidth applications. It delivers the basic security and quality of service (QoS) features needed to share network resources and connect network devices. The switch has native support for IPv6 as well as the previous IPv4 standard ensuring your network is ready for the next generation of technologies. With energy-efficient technology, it optimizes power use to reduce energy costs without compromising performance. It's easy to configure and manage with intuitive browser-based tools and is offered with a limited lifetime warranty. The Cisco SG200-18 provides the ideal combination of affordability, reliability and performance in a switch designed specifically for small businesses.
About Cisco 200 Series Switches
Cisco 200 Series Switches are a series of smart switches that combine high network performance and reliability with essential network features and easy to use management. Models include 24 or 48 ports of Fast Ethernet, with 2 Gigabit Ethernet uplinks, or 8 to 52 ports of Gigabit Ethernet connectivity, plus Power over Ethernet options. The Cisco 200 Series of switches feature basic security, quality of service, energy-efficient technology, and IPv6 support needed to build a business-class network.
Simplify Your Network Without Sacrificing Features
Achieve a business-class network with important features like quality of service (QoS), Power over Ethernet, and IPv6 support. Cisco 200 Series switches remove complexity from the setup process using a browser-based configuration interface. Get your high-bandwidth data where it needs to go, quickly and without errors.
Keep the data on your network safe from unauthorized access. Integrated network security such as IEEE 802.1X port security lets you control access to your network.
Energy Efficient Design
Cisco 200 Series switches conserve energy by optimizing power use and lowers energy costs. Ports power down automatically when a link is down, and embedded intelligence adjusts power usage based on cable length. Use switches to optimize power usage for energy efficiency without compromising performance. It's an excellent solution.
Easy Configuration and Management
Configure your network with intuitive, browser-based tools that simplify setup, management, and troubleshooting. Cisco 200 Series switches obtain IP addresses with Cisco FindIT, and provides automated security and QoS port configuration.
Peace of Mind
Each switch is tested to help ensure optimal uptime and performance and easy integration with other Cisco networking and communications products. Rest assured knowing that all Cisco Small Business 200 Series Smart Switches are protected by the Cisco Limited Lifetime Hardware Warranty.
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|10/100 Ethernet||Gigabit Ethernet|
|Ports||24 x 10/100||24 x 10/100||48 x 10/100||48 x 10/100||8 x 10/100/1000||8 x 10/100/1000||16 x 10/100/1000||24 x 10/100/1000||24 x 10/100/1000||48 x 10/100/1000||48 x 10/100/1000|
|2 x combo Gigabit SFP|
|Power Over Ethernet (PoE)|
|Switching Capacity||6.55 Mpps||6.55 Mpps||10.12 Mpps||10.12 Mpps||13.6 Mpps||13.6 Mpps||26.78 Mpps||38.69 Mpps||38.69 Mpps||74.41 Mpps||74.41 Mpps|
|Forwarding Performance |
(64-byte packet size)
|8.8 Gbps||8.8 Gbps||13.6 Gbps||13.6 Gbps||11.9 Gbps||11.9 Gbps||36 Gbps||52 Gbps||52 Gbps||100 Gbps||100 Gbps|
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Top Customer Reviews
I was looking at a similar Trendnet when I found this one from Cisco, looked at the reviews of both, and got the SG200-26. Had a couple of issues with LACP initially, but flashed the firmware to the latest and everything just works like a charm now. I'm very happy with it, and my main server has a 4Gb link now. I then bought a SG200-8 for an area that didn't get enough network drops, and setup a 2Gb link to it and fixed that bandwidth issue as well. I haven't gotten around to any QoS and VLAN settings yet, as that wasn't what I needed the switch for, but I'll probably use that in the future.
BUT NOT WITH THIS SWITCH! PLUG IT IN AND IT WORKS!
I mean this was as plug and play as it gets. I just pugged in my modem/router (2Wire provided by my ISP) into the ACT/Link port and then started plugging in computers, printers and other devices into the switch. Boom, in a few seconds, the network was done. Everything worked and every computer had internet access instantly and I could print to any printer w/o any issue (had to load printer drivers on a few computers that previously did not have access to one of the printers.) The only issue I had was not really an issue because I anticipated it. The 2wire modem/router uses the default ip of 192.168.1.254 as does this switch. So I went to that IP to see which would come up (if anything). The 2wire came up. I went to the table of IPs on the 2Wire and saw the new IP the 2Wire had assigned to this switch. I went to that IP and up came the Cisco interface. I logged in, changed my username and password and logged out.
I haven't been into ether the 2Wire or Cisco switch since, and it all just keep working. I know these are expensive compared to the normal home router/switch/hub, but the ease of use is so much worth it. :)
Highly recommended and we'll be back to buy more.
Our network is now one 18PORT Sg 200-18 Gigabit Smart Switch and two 8 PORT Sg 200-08 Gigabit Smart Switches.Read more ›
I've not owned a business-grade Cisco product before (despite their great reputation). After reading many positive reviews of this switch, I purchased the unit from Amazon. Setup was straightforward. I mounted the Cisco in my rack, moved the network cables from the Dell, and powered-up. The web-based setup is excellent and allowed me to configure a 4-port LACP LAG without any trouble. That is the last time I've had to interact with the setup interface for the switch. I'm seeing outstanding speeds that maximize the capabilities of the Synology 1813+ NAS unit and the other gigabit devices in my home. I'm very satisfied with the quality and speed of this unit and will certainly buy an additional unit if I need more ports over time.
At the time of my Cisco switch purchase, Synology did not list it among the switches that are "compatible" with their NAS units. I can confirm what other users have also noted, this particular switch works well with a Synology 1813+ in a 4-port LAG setup via LACP. I highly recommend this switch for its powerful, web-based interface and rock-solid network speeds. It is an excellent balance of quality, features, and price.
Hmmmm....I learned the hard way that this isn't quite as true as I'd like.
In my search for a low cost switch with 802.3ad link aggregation, I began buying cheap, thinking that whatever I buy will work. There were some good and some not so good reviews of my first purchases, and when I purchased them, perhaps I got lemons, but either way, the end result was I threw away good money and wasted a lot of hours trying to get previously purchased competitor smart switches to work right.
In comes Cisco SG200-26 to the rescue.
This switch is made to spec. It does everything it says it will do with aplomb, never fails, and is just...well...rock solid.
Bonding 2 ports together for link aggregation is a relatively easy process, SNMP works well, and there are basic analysis and troubleshooting tools that all work to spec and work as the manual states.
I often make fun of Cisco, but in the networking space, I guess Cisco is much like a reliable volkswagon. It just works, and works well.
Now, having played around with a Juniper fanless switch, it's clear that if you have the money, the prices, reliability, and feature sets of switches get very expensive very quickly. So imagine my surprise that a switch this solid sells for such a low price.
There is a PoE version as well, and you have individual port control on that model of which ports get power and which ports don't, to save energy. But since I only have one PoE based IP phone, a single port injector is just about all I needed, allowing me to purchase this lower cost version.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Welcome to the world of hi-speed data switching.
I used this SG200-18 to build a 16 station PC computer lab. Read more
ARGH. I'm not sure why, but I submitted an update to this review a day or two ago, but it seems like it never got accepted/processed. Read morePublished 26 days ago by AndyWooZ32
Pros: GigE, Managed switch, 2 x copper/fiber ports
Cons: None, but be aware if you get PoE version
The small business series of switches are awesome for what... Read more
Would be great if ALL the ports were actually PoE, but they are NOT. And that fact is not stated anywhere on the basic description. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Matt Ammon
The switch contains 24 PoE ports, and 26 normal ports. I feel that the item's title should not be "50-port Gigabit PoE Smart Switch. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer