Summary: I purchased this switch and after 4 months the switch's configuration reset by itself to an old configuration set the first time it was configured, I reset to factory settings and reload the configuration, but the siwth still clrear its configuration by itself. Be aware of this kind of switch.
Summary: I bought the sg200-50p router in Sept '13 and have had running for 16 months. The router has worked fine (as expected). However, I went to upgrade the firmware, and unlike a typical home router, the upgrade process is much more involved. I am relatively technical, but the "directions" on the Cisco website were very high level. I spent 30 min searching online, gave up, and called tech support. Cisco refuses to answer even a basic question after 1 year.
Summary: This is a great product so far. I have been working in tech for a long time and Cisco has been a name to trust and used everywhere. I think that their name is more reliable then their product at this time but we shall see as time moves on. THINGS TO THINK ABOUT... 1: all the ports on the LEFT (1-12 and 24-36) are POE.
Summary: I have tested this switch with an eye to controlling broadcast/multicast storms from a looped cable (our users do this all the time) followed by a power cycling on the switch. Out of the box this small switch handled this with ease. Besides all the features you may or may not use you have the option of using PoE to power this switch. If you do use PoE you won't have the AC power adapter and cord to deal with on or under your desk.
Summary: The switch over all works as designed, however because of the lack of details on the product page I am disappointed.
Pros: Plug and Play, 50 gigabit ports
Cons: Only 24 of the 50 ports support POE, newegg did not have this listed on their site. In my rush to replace a 10/100 POE switch I had failed to look at cisco's website. I should have ordered the SG200-50FP which supports 48 POE ports.