Netgear ProSafe FS116P
Released November, 2009
The Pros:Small build profile, can just tuck it in anywhere there's room. Fanless design runs silently, barely makes any sound. Will run for years without requiring any reboots.
The Cons:PoE is only available on the first 8 ports. No management on the switch at all, no QoS, remote monitoring, etc.
The Netgear ProSafe FS116P is a midgrade-level switch featuring support for Power over Ethernet (PoE) over a single Cat-5 cable. Included are sixteen 10/100Mbps ports, eight of which can supply IEEE 802.3af power.
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They include an advanced auto-sensing algorithm to ensure non-PoE equipment isn’t inadvertently damaged. The goal is to simplify the installation of wireless access points and IP-based surveillance cameras by removing the need for a dedicated electrical outlet. Additional features include front-panel LEDs that keps the user informed of switch/PoE status; support for 802.3p Quality of Service (QoS) priority tags; and Auto Uplink Technology.
- Midgrade Switch
- Power over Ethernet (PoE)
- 8 Ethernet Ports
- 8 Ethernet/PoE Ports
- Auto-Sensing Algorithm
- Front-Panel LEDs
- Quality of Service (QoS)
- Auto Uplink Technology
- Flawless Traffic (802.3x)
- Standards: 802.3, 802.3u, 802.3x
- Standards: 802.3p, 802.3af
- Ports: Sixteen 10/100Mbps Ethernet
- Forwarding Mode: Store-and-Forward
- Bandwidth: 3.2Gbps
- Buffer: 96KB per Unit
- Database: 1000 MAC
- Model Names: FS116PNA, FS116PEU, FS116PAU
User Reviews (1)
small build profile, can just tuck it in anywhere there's room
fanless design runs silently, barely makes any sound
will run for years without requiring any reboots
so reliable that it never drops a packet
setup is as simple as plugging everything in, no real config needed
manages multiple streams very well, everything passes through without conflicts
PoE is only available on the first 8 ports
no management on the switch at all, no QoS, remote monitoring, etc
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