Netgear ProSafe FS116E
Released November, 2009
The Pros:Excellent build quality, feels very sturdy and none of the ports move around. Very low power consumption, ideal for 24/7 operations. Work flawlessly for long stretches of time without any need to adjust them at all.
The Cons:Only a 10/100 switch, can't accommodate gigabit network speeds.
The Netgear ProSafe FS116E is a midgrade-level switch released in 2009 as an upgrade from the entry-level FS100 models. It features 16 10/100 Ethernet ports like the FS116, but it adds along 802.1p Quality of Service (QoS) priority tags, 802.1Q VLAN support for network segmentation/security, port mirroring, network traffic monitoring, and broadcast storm control.
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Plus each port on the FS116E delivers up to 200Mbps of bi-directional bandwidth. The FS116E is also Green certified (Energy Star, RoHS, WEEE, CEC, etc), meaning a 60% reduction in power consumption compared to similarly designed, but non-green competitor units.
- Midgrade Switch
- Upgrade from FS100 Models
- 16 Ethernet Ports
- Quality of Service (QoS)
- VLAN Support (802.1Q)
- Port Mirroring
- Network Traffic Monitoring
- Broadcast Storm Control
- Bi-Directional Bandwidth (200Mbps)
- Green Certified
- 60% Energy Reduction
- Auto Uplink Technology
- 200Mbps Dedicated Bandwidth
- Flawless Traffic (802.3x)
- Standards: 802.3, 802.3u, 802.3x
- Standards: 802.1p, 802.1Q
- Ports: Sixteen 10/100Mbps Ethernet
- Mac Address: 4K
- Bandwidth: 3.2Gpbs
- Model Names: FS116E-100NAS, FS116E-100PES
- Model Names: FS116E-100UKS, FS116E-100AUS
User Reviews (1)
excellent build quality, feels very sturdy and none of the ports move around
very low power consumption, ideal for 24/7 operations
work flawlessly for long stretches of time without any need to adjust them at all
VLAN support works as expected
easy to configure the VLAN through the included application
installation is very simple, has good mounting points for setting it up on the wall
generates virtually no heat, runs nearly silently
only a 10/100 switch, can't accommodate gigabit network speeds
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