Netgear ProSafe FS726T
Released July, 2007
The Pros:Reliable enough to be used for mission-critical tasks 24/7. Web interface is simple and easy to navigate. Remote debugging is quick and easy and doesn't require taking the unit offline.
The Cons:Not as programmable as Cisco switches, short on advanced features.
The Netgear ProSafe FS726T is an advanced 10/100/1000 Ethernet switch that serves a midgrade option between unmanaged and fully managed switches. It includes 24 10/100Mbps ports, 2 copper 10/100/1000Mbps ports, and an SFP slot for optional fiber connectivity.
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It utilizes a non-blocking wire-speed architecture with an 8.8Gbps switching capacity for maximum data throughput. Signature to the FS726T is its web-based Smart Management features, including performance monitoring, port configuration, VLAN traffic control, port trunking, and Class of Service (CoS) traffic prioritization. It’s not as complex as a full Layer 2/Layer 3 management implementation, but it’s almost as powerful as one.
- Advanced Gigabit Ethernet
- 24 Ethernet Ports (MDI-MDIX)
- 2 Gigabit Ports (MDI-MDIX)
- 1 SFP Slot
- Non-Blocking Wire-Speed Architecture
- 8.8Gbps Switching Capacity
- Web-Based Smart Management
- Performance Monitoring
- Port Configurations
- VLAN Traffic Control
- Port Trunking
- Class of Service (CoS)
- Standards: 802.3, 802.3u, 802.3ab, 802.3z, 802.3x
- Ports: Twenty-Four 10/100Mbps Ethernet, MDI-MDIX
- Ports: 2 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit, MDI-MDIX
- Ports: 1 SFP Slot for SFP GBIC Modules
- Model Names: FS726TNA, FS726T-100EUS, FS726TAU, FS726TJP
- Warranty: 5-Year Limited
User Reviews (1)
reliable enough to be used for mission-critical tasks 24/7
web interface is simple and easy to navigate
remote debugging is quick and easy and doesn't require taking the unit offline
plenty of VLAN features for all kinds of custom setups
fast enough for most applications, rarely will anyone be short of bandwidth
rack-mounting only takes a few moments, fits right into a standard rack and screw holes are perfectly placed
not as programmable as Cisco switches, short on advanced features
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