Random Ports on the Switch have failed after less than 2 months
Christopher P., Newegg
30 December 2015
Summary: I would definitely NOT recommend this product for anyone looking for uptime and reliability. Spend the extra dollars on an Enterprise grade switch from Dell or Cisco. Stay away from Netgear Switches.
Cons: We are an IT Firm and bought this switch on 9/21 brand new for a restaurant to run the network, mainly POE IP Cameras, POE IP Phones, and the Point-of-Sale system (but also office computers). After 1 1/2 months with no issues, we suddenly we received strange complaints that the network is offline...
Summary: There's absolutely no way you're going to get a solid 48 port PoE managed switch with a lifetime warranty from any other reputable company at this price.
Pros: Cheap, has worked solidly for 6 months, has proper QoS and DSCP tagging (once you spend 4 hours trying to decipher the GUI, it does appear that most QoS settings are set to default good values), and PoE, VLAN tagging works fine, too.
Cons: Must use application for initial setup (no default DHCP configuration), GUI is not great, and a little buggy in some browsers.
I order the NETGEAR ProSAFE GS752TP to a new instillation ...
29 June 2015
Summary: I order the NETGEAR ProSAFE GS752TP to a new instillation of phone system in new office. when we tried to connect the product to the electricity nothing happen. There is no way to return/ exchange it or any tech support.
Summary: This failure feels very much like a power surge, but the switch is connected to a APC Symetra 6KVA UPS, and so if there was a surge, I believe the Netgear switch to be the origin - faulty power supply or something. Perhaps the power circuitry used to provide PoE malfunctioned and zapped some ports.
Pros: 802.3at on the first 8 ports. Free next business replacement of dead switches - read on for why I know this.
Cons: The web console is slow and only works in some browsers, but knew that from the other reviews, and can deal with it. After about 1 month of use, the switch rebooted unexpectedly. Now none of the ports will provide power. They all report 'OtherFault'. Most of the ports still work as Ethernet ports...