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...
Summary: It is basically a plug and play device. It works and supports POE and POE+. It gets an IP address so you can login and mange the switch from a browser. Had issues using IE 11 so I installed Firefox and use that when I need to change any setting on the switch. It is a great price for a POE+ switch.