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Netgear GS110TP
9.4 out of 10

Netgear GS110TP

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Netgear GS110TP Gigabit Smart Switch Review

16 September 2010
  • Summary: For small to midsized business environments, the Netgear GS110TP makes for an excellent PoE Gigabit switch. With an extensive feature set, easy setup, and an advanced control panel, the GS110TP makes a perfectly viable option for your powered switching needs.
  • Pros: Easy setup and management, Dual Gigabit fiber ports, PoE support, $265 price tag is relatively cheap compared to competitors
  • Cons: Control panel is not as powerful as some competitors, Large separate power supply
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Overall 9
Value for money 9
Performance 9
Construction 10
Functionality 10
Appearance 9

NETGEAR ProSafe GS110T Gigabit SmartSwitch

Benchmark Reviews
29 August 2010
  • Conclusion: Although the rating and final score mentioned in this conclusion are made to be as objective as possible, please be advised that every author perceives these factors differently at various points in time.
  • Pros: Excellent build quality, Comprehensive software controls, Flexible security features, Good throughput on TCP/IP traffic, Very little heat output, Expected long-term reliability, Software ease-of-use, Fiber optic ports, if you need them, Easy setup with appropriate defaults, Excellent documentatio...
  • Cons: UDP performance lags way behind TCP/IP, Price may be an issue for home users, Didn't beat my unmanaged switch on performance
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NETGEAR GS110TP ProSafe 8-port Gigabit PoE Smart Switch with 2 Gigabit Fiber SFP Reviewed

21 July 2010
  • Conclusion: Full-featured 8-port Gigabit smart switch with PoE on all ports, but 46W maximum capacity.
  • Pros: Four 802.3ad Link Aggregated Groups (LAG), 802.1x/RADIUS/TACACS+ authentication, Spanning Tree support, VoIP-specific features, No fan, Jumbo Frame support
  • Cons: No port Ingress rate, Can't provide max PoE power on all ports simultaneously, Enabling HTTPS is a hassle
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