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NETGEAR ProSAFE 52-Port Gigabit Managed Switch Layer 3 With Dynamic Routing (GSM7352S)

  • 48-Port Gigabit with 4 shared SFP
  • 2-Port Combo 10GBASE-T SFP+ Fiber
  • Stackable up to 8 switches
  • Hitless failover

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): Lifetime
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): Lifetime
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5 out of 5 eggsGreat Value

Pros: Low cost, fast back-plane, excellent CLI, life-time warranty. Firmware gets better with each upgrade at least yearly. Full featured Layer 3 switch, and very fast on the back plane.

Cons: GUI isn't great, sometimes get one in DOA.

The only quirky thing we have found is that once you build a VLAN routing interface, you can no longer route traffic across the management VLAN if you configured that prior to adding your first VLAN routing interface. This just means you cannot connect to the switch via the IP address use assigned to the management interface unless you connect locally to the switch itself. This really isn't a problem, because the management interface on the switch appears to rebind itself to all of the virtual IPs you just created.

Upgrading firmware via http can be tricky, but TFTP or USB always works fine.

Other Thoughts: We install Cisco and Netgear GSM and GS switches on a weekly basis. Our networks are advanced multi-VLAN, VLAN-routed, ACL based distributed networks. We use Netgear products when our customer's can't afford Cisco.

We have years of experience with Netgear and had problems 6 years ago when we first started working with them. The CLI is actually very similar to CISCO IOS, and almost seems like a copy, although some terms and methods are different. The feeling is the same though.

You just have to know what you are trying to do BEFORE you try to do it on almost any advanced network switch. You are not going to learn how to implement advanced features unless you have a very good conceptional and high-level overview of what you are trying to accomplish.

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  • Bryan R.
  • 8/14/2012 11:47:28 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
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2 out of 5 eggsTough to get support

Pros: Inexpensive for the features of the switch. Solid when used individually.

Cons: The switches have stability issues when used in a stack. Knowledgeable tech support to diagnose equipment problems is difficult or impossible to contact.

Other Thoughts: We have 3 of these switches used in a stack and all 3 have at different times spontaneously rebooted, taking the whole network down and corrupting our database in the process. We registered our switches, but getting tech support is very difficult. When we did finally get someone on the phone, they asked for us to send in the logs from our switches. We have not heard back since sending in the logs and sill have the stability problems. It is going to be expensive, but we are going to have to replace our entire stack. Be cautious if you choose to go with these switches.

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  • Juanito G.
  • 4/2/2009 9:17:18 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
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5 out of 5 eggsRock Solid

Pros: Rock Solid, fast.

Cons: We've had this for over a year and it's been tucked away in a server room. We haven't had to do anything to it since we first installed it and set it up, so I can't remember or think of any cons.

Other Thoughts: We use Cisco Catalyst switches on projects also, and these Progear series have been just as reliable.

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  • Juanito G.
  • 4/2/2009 9:16:46 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
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5 out of 5 eggsRock Solid

Pros: Rock Solid, fast.

Cons: We've had this for over a year and it's been tucked away in a server room. We haven't had to do anything to it since we first installed it and set it up, so I can't remember or think of any cons.

Other Thoughts: We use Cisco Catalyst switches on projects also, and these Progear series have been just as reliable.

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