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NETGEAR ProSAFE 16-Port Gigabit Web Managed Click Switch (GSS116E) - Lifetime Warranty

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  • 16 Gigabit Ethernet ports
  • Flexible 1-2-3-4 mounting system
  • Cable management system
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5/ 5
Amazing little switch for the price.

Pros: At under $10 / port, the ProSAFE GSS116E is the best value I've seen on a switch with any management features of note. This little guy offers about 90% of the features we use on the enterprise-grade switches we have at the library and the university I work part time for, including vLAN, traffic shaping, and QoS.

As an independent IT contractor, I have a number of these installed for clients that use off-site VoIP providers over cable Internet, sharing the Internet connection with both VoIP and their PCs. Before installing this switch, there were lots of issues with the VoIP despite having the firewall throttle PC-based Internet traffic. Now I have the switch handle the QoS and there are no problems at all. The VoIP service is crystal clear and smooth as silk. The PCs have better overall Internet speed, slowing down only when necessary for the VoIP. What's not to love about that?

The size and mounting design of this thing is another huge benefit. We've all used switches with the "catch the screws with the slots on the back" design, and I think it's safe to say that most of us hate that design. It's a pain to line those holes up with the screws! The idea of mounting a bracket to a wall or desk and then snapping the switch into it is nothing short of genius! The bracket doesn't even increase the footprint of the device or its height by more than a tiny fraction of an inch. On top of that, it is attractive enough that it can be used in plain sight if there is no better option. The device itself is just about as small as possible, too, without having to move the power supply out of it.

Speaking of the built-in power supply, I love that as well. There are valid arguments for using an external "brick", but in many cases those are less convenient than this design. Remember, this thing is intended for use in places where it will frequently be plugged into a power strip, where a brick will render multiple outlets unusable. Another really nice feature of the design is the reversible power cord itself. The cord is part of a corner piece of the unit, and is built so that it can be installed with the cord leaving the unit from either the side or the front. At first thought this may not seem like a big deal, but try to install the switch in a tight corner and it suddenly becomes another stroke of genius!

The Web Management interface is another pro of the GSS116E. It is simple and reasonably intuitive for anyone that has even a basic understanding of networking. All managing and configuration is done through it, eliminating any other console that can be confusing to non-IT people and overly complicated for even us seasoned IT veterans!

The warranty is also a big plus for me. I've used Netgear's customer support to replace defective units (one of these, and one of another device), and the service was phenomenal - every bit as good as what I've received on enterprise-class gear. They even notified me recently that there was a firmware upgrade to fix a security problem, just because I had registered my switch. I've never received any spam from them, which is why I opened that message in the first place.

Talk about service! All they had to do was have their system send a form email to every registered owner of the affected devices. It probably took some intern 10 - 20 minutes to create it. However, the fact Netgear is concerned enough about their users to worry about notifying even the owners of an inexpensive device about a security patch speaks volumes and only serves to increase customer loyalty, at least from me. Pardon the shameless shout out, but way to go, Netgear!

Cons: My only complaints are that PoE isn't offered on the this model (nor is there a PoE version with 16 ports in this line) and that the Web Managed line isn't stackable, but I guess Netgear needed SOME way of forcing larger organizations to use their bigger, badder, more expensive enterprise-grade line of switches. Theses things really are that amazing. I just hope this review doesn't prompt them to rethink the pricing!

Other Thoughts: I absolutely love the Netgear ProSAFE GSS116E Web Managed Click Switch. I have one of these things on my own personal network at home, and I've installed several for clients. They are incredible little switches for the price: small, easily mounted out of the way, and offering many of the most frequently-used features of enterprise-grade managed switches at roughly a tenth or less the price.

"I recommend this product." simply is not a strong enough statement for me make - I absolutely, positively, and without hesitation recommend this to others, IT pros and novices alike!

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5/ 5
Wonderful product

Pros: I will try to approach my review differently than all of the glowing reviews here on newegg by exploring a possible use case for this device…no sense reiterating what 10 other reviewers have said. When I got the opportunity to review the Netgeat ProSAFE 16 port switch GSS116E I was not linked to a product page and thus had no idea what this item would look like. Having spent years in IT I was sued to large switches (8, 16.24. 48 ports, etc) being these large hollow boxes which would either be bolted down to a stack of other networking hardware or with attached railed added to a server rack system. When I received the GSS116E I was stunned by the small size. Unlike all switches I have encountered in the past, consumer or enterprise alike, this switch has a true premium feel to it, as though no cubic inch had been wasted. I immediately thought of all the places that I could deploy such a unit and looked around my office realized that most of my coworkers only had laptops, not desktops or printers, which would benefit for a dedicated LAN. So who is the audience for the Netgear GSS116E? Small business

I contacted a close friend of mine who runs a small fashion business and has legacy hardware and several printers, desktops, servers, etc, all wired up in a rather archaic manner in their office. I examined their current network configuration and found that they, like most users, had a punchdown box wired directly from their provider to a switching interface which was accessible by a patchwork of 4 port switches….THE HORROR. When I gave the GSS116E to my small business friend I spent an afternoon helping them to rewire their small business LAN to this single 16 port solution and found that the small size of the GSS116E made it ideal for placement not only in a server closet but also near entrance of the building…which although may not seem all that important but in Manhattan the power main where one would have servers is in the venter of the building whereas the internet provider bring the line in off the street. Therefore tucking away a small 16 port switch somewhere near the entrance of a retail space without it looking messy was truly the selling point of the Netgear GSS116E for me.

Once we were up and running the management capabilities of the Netgear GSS116E allowed for not only the prioritization of traffic to high bandwidth users such as the scanner to PDF copier machine but also the data/website server which allowed customers to access the retail’s webpage. Therefore the working staff who would use their desktops as point of sale units would never notice a difference in speed on their end but the owner of the business could have the peace of mind that their internet traffic was prioritized for what mattered most, which was their expanding online business

Cons: REALLY NONE

Other Thoughts: Therefore who should buy the Netgear proSAFE 16-port gigabit switch?


If you have a small business and want an elegant solution which can either be easily tucked away:
YES, the GSS116E is a wonderful device and is discrete enough to be left out in the right places

If you don’t need 16 ports:
NO, don’t buy the GSS116E, However there is an 8 port version called GSS108E which id expect to be just as good of a contender

If you’d like to control every aspect of your network:
YES, the GSS108E allows for host prioritization along with other security features which are not intended for home users but would certainly make sense for a business of about 10 people

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4/ 5
Awesome little switch

Pros: One of NETGEAR's better switches. works extremely well and with decent port management. Perfect for the Home use or under a conference room table.

Cons: None so far.

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5/ 5
Solid performer

Pros: The Netgear 16-port Gigabit “Click” Switch (GSS116E) is one of the newest Netgear products.
As usual, shipping time from newegg.com was expeditious and the switch arrived undamaged and well packed.
Once I opened the package I was greeted by a sleek looking device. At about 2.8 lb, the switch is made of solid metal and feels well-built.
Web base interface allows access and control of multiple "Smart" functions such as:
- Port control (disable individual ports, enable flow control, loop detection, disable LED lights for individual ports).
- Monitoring (port statistics, mirroring and cable testing function).
- Multicast.
- Link Aggregation (LAG) allows for "bundling" of 2 ports into one "linked" port and theoretically doubling the speed. This comes useful for NAS users, etc.
- Ability to set up VLANs.
- QoS (Rate limit and Broadcast Filtering).
The switch offers low power use (under 9 Watts).

Cons: I could not get "Prosafe Plus Configuration Utility" to work on any of my systems. The installation of the software on my Win 10 Pro machine went OK, although it required installation of PopCap and Adobe Air. Once installed, the configuration utility was able to detect the switch on the network but most functions were grayed out and were unavailable. Only available function was enable/disable DHCP mode. If DHCP mode is disabled, then you are also able to manually set Gateway address, Subnet and IP address.

Other Thoughts: Once I pulled the switch out of the box, I immediately liked it. It was solidly built. The power supply is built into the switch meaning the power plug will not occupy 2 slots on my power strip. The switch is long, thin in height and depth, allowing for easy placement and concealment anywhere.

After running some initial tests and setup, I relegated the switch to my family room where I hid it behind the tv stand. I attached the plastic mounting strip to the back of stand and then simply clicked in and locked the switch in. Instead of using screws, it’s also possible to use included Velcro strips. I then wired my XBOX 360, a Blu Ray player, a smart TV and Apple TV to it. I then watched Netflix and re-watched season 1 of "Grimm" on other "Prime" streaming service. The switch performed without a hitch with video streaming at HD resolutions. I never had any problems with the switch. I was a "set up and forget" experience. The switch performs remarkably well. Surprisingly, this switch does get a little warm in the middle of it, above port 8, but not at the ends.

This switch does not have built in hardware firewall. While this switch is capable of assigning internal IP addresses (DHCP) and would work with simple internet modems, I would not recommend using this switch without a hardware router or a hardware firewall. Even simple routers have hardware firewall offering at least some degree of protection from internet snoops.

This switch is perfect for home and small office user. The switch offers several useful "smart “networking functions that many users will appreciate. Other "managed switch" functions found in more advanced switches are not included. Most notably, the switch is missing POE (power over Ethernet) ports. IP cameras are becoming more prevalent in many home/small office settings and it would be nice to see 2 powered ports on this switch.

In the end, the performance of this switch will not disappoint. The switch offers solid Gigabit performance, low power use, easy setup and concealment not to mention limited Lifetime Warranty and Limited Lifetime Support backed by Netgear.

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5/ 5
Smart Switch, Well made and easy to use.

Pros: Need more LAN connection ports? Or an answer to your office or home/office needs, this switch is a fantastic choice.

A well designed durable case with mounting options, portability and even the option of the electrical plug being able to install in one of two ways for a nicer fit. Once in your hand and being setup you quickly realize that this is a switch for the long run. Either for the professional needs or simple home use the ProSafe Plus Utility has easy to use options and it does it all without and quality of signal loss. Compared to an unmanaged basic switch this has features such as QoS, VLAN, Monitoring, speed and on/off per LAN and even cable checking.

DHCP ability that makes this a ‘Plug and Play’ connect and startup, which means even a novice with the need for more connections can quickly use this. If you decide to use the IP for the control program instead of the ProSafe utility as listed in the book and the offered 192.168._.__ doesn’t work, you can get the IP address from the router or help from your ISP.

The 1-2-3-4 Click mounting design is flexible for the way you want to place or install this.

Cable management helps control the mess we normally get with multi connections.

LED lights easily turn on or off. Great for where you don’t want the distraction and there for a glimpse to see connectivity and active transmission.

Lifetime Hardware Warranty with quick ship replacement and optional coverages is great. Netgears site states next day replacement for Business customers and Netgear has always proven to give great products and support. The manual is very informative and easy to use. It’s easy to see the value and the support 24/7 in North America. It’s worth reading and visiting the Manufacturer Product page, so much to offer with great specs.

Cons: None.
But.. the manual give and IP 192.168.0.239 I wish it explained better that using DHCP will be a different 192.168._.__. That information can seen thru the router program or calling your ISP. Only if not using the ProSafe Utility which has worked fine for me.Not a con.

Other Thoughts: I don’t usually get excited about things I review and put thru the trials, but I have to say it.. I love this product! If you have more connections than the router or have a professional need for a multi connection solution, this ProSAFE Gigabit Click Switch is the answer. For office, home/office, portable or any networking, multi connections solution this quality made switch offers a software control program that is easy to use and options not seen in a basic switch.

I have a home office with too many cables for my router. Running one cable from the router and I’m up and running, plug and play. The user guide is easy to understand and the Prosafe Plus Configuration Utility is easy to use. For the IT professional this is a smart switch(mid, not full managed) for networking at the office and for the average home user this is a better solution without quality of speed loss for all the connected network products. 2 PC’s, Laptop, NAS, Security Camera system, Network HDTV (cable connection), Printer and Cable Card tuner and occasional additional connections are what I had connected with a basic inexpensive 4 port switch is how I was arranged before this switch. Some in the router, the rest in the switch and still I needed more connections. I couldn’t be happier and so will you. It’s worth the investment to not only have a connection answer, but the ability to control Linked Speed, Flow Control, password protect entrance into the ProSAFE program, Mirror, DHCP or set IP, Firmware upgrades as they come along, VLAN, QoS, Lag MultiCast< monitoring and more. You can check cables for shorts you might not know of or other connectivity cable problems and turn off or slow down the kids room connectivity at bedtime.

My address to connect with 192.168._._ was different than the booklet, I looked my switches address in the router. Your ISP can help you if you need to learn yours using DHCP. Strapping to a table leg with the supplied straps is a nice mounting option. Netgear designed the mounting options very nicely and strapping the cables to the switch is a nice and clean looking. It’s easy to add or remove cable too. A very solid switch with options thru Netgear for coverage over the years so you know your investment will be an answer for a long time.

I didn’t jump and review, I like a few weeks of real-time use and trying different functions. Two of my PC’s even played games with no FPS change; it maintains a quality broadband signal. I have already recommended this to two businesses’ and a few home users. The shops are plugged into the router and a simple switch for all their connections and complain about lag. I’m sure this will improve the quality of their PC’s and keep in mind that Netgear also have an 8 port model with USB’s for charging or maintaining. A basic inexpensive switch just can’t compete with the value of this and what it ultimately offers. A definite recommend to anyone that needs more LAN connections.

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4/ 5
Solid "smart" switch, nice form factor, highly flexible mounting options

Pros: This switch provides a wide variety of mounting options. The "click" in the model name refers to how the switch snaps into the provided bracket. This bracket can be attached to a wall or table with screws, or to a table leg or shelf post with velcro straps, also included.

There are two ways to attach the switch to the bracket. If you position the switch with the ethernet ports facing you, the bracket will snap to either the bottom panel or to the rear panel. However, the bracket is wider than the rear panel, so both sides of the bracket are visible in this orientation. It's more elegant to attach the bracket to the bottom panel of the switch, with the ports running parallel to the mounting surface.

The internal power supply means there is a normal sized power cord with no wall transformer. The power cord can be be attached to the switch in one of two orientations, either with the power cord in the same direction as the ethernet cables, or perpendicular to the ethernet cables (i.e. down if the switch is mounted vertically)

For those who have only worked with unmanaged switches, "smart" switches like this one occupy a middle ground between unmanaged and fully managed switches. A fully managed switch provides a command-line interface for scripting, and SNMP to allow central management of multiple switches. These "smart" switches typically provide a browser-based interface and a subset of the features of the fully managed switches, including QoS, VLANs, link aggregation, port mirroring, link status monitoring and basic cable testing.

Of these, QoS is arguably the most important, allowing you to prioritize VOIP or interactive video over lower priority traffic like file transfers. This switch supports a basic port-based priority, where you can elevate the priority of some ports over others, or 802.1p-based priority, where the priority level is specified within the packet itself.

I appreciated that Netgear enabled the DHCP client out of the box. Usually a new network device arrives with a static IP address which means I have to connect it to a standalone computer on the same subnet just to enable DHCP. In this case I only had to look at the DHCP server log to find the assigned address and point my web browser at that address.

If my reading of the warranty is correct, this switch has a lifetime warranty with next business day replacement included. Wow.

I experienced no problems over 7 days using this for all my home network traffic, including 3 days of continuous ping with no packets lost.

Cons: For the purposes of this review I attempted to use the supplied "ProSafe Plus Utility" to manage the switch. The software always insisted "No switch exists in the local area network!" even when my computer was plugged directly into the switch. This is no big deal to me, as I would rather use the browser interface anyway.

At this price point I would like to see PoE (power over ethernet) as an option.

The documentation is not as good as I've seen in competing products, consisting mainly of step-by-step instructions for using the ProSafe Plus Utility or the browser interface, without much detail regarding feature implementations. For example, it tells you how to enable or disable QoS, but it does not tell you how this switch implements priority for 802.1p-based QoS. Comapre this to the documentation for the TP-Link TL-SG108E, which specifies exactly how the 8 priority levels are mapped into 4 queues and then prioritized with weights 8:4:2:1.

Three really minor nits: 1) I would prefer if the LEDs for 10/100 and 1000 Mbps were different colors, so the network speed was obvious at a glance. 2) The instructions say if you wall-mount the bracket that you must screw into a stud, but the supplied screws are only 5/8" long. 3) As is often the case, it would be nice if the the software and documentation were edited for grammar, e.g. "The running of ProSafe Plus Utility should base on WinPcap and Adobe AIR."

Other Thoughts: Power consumption averaged 7.56W over 164 hours. The specification is 8.36W maximum.

At 80 degrees F ambient temperature, the metal case top is 96 degF over the power supply and 105 degF over the center of the ethernet ports.

The default password is "password", so even if you have no interest in the mangement features, you should at least figure out what IP address it grabbed from your DHCP server, point your browser at it, and change that password.

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5/ 5
Well built switch.

Pros: The NETGEAR ProSAFE 16 Port Gigabit switch (Model GSS116E) box includes; The Switch, a mounting bracket with 2 screws, a power cord, 2 Velcro straps which can be fastened into place with a screw, a resource CD, and an installation sheet. The switch is constructed nicely and features an all metal frame and a cable lock slot.
Out of the box you could just hook this switch up as a plain old switch, though I do suggest at least changing the default password for the management interface. If you want to get a more robust use out of the switch you can login to the web interface. The Web interface has a nice layout and as of this review the firmware that comes with the unit is the current firmware available from NETGEAR’s site. From the web interface you have the ability to name your switch, set the management IP, check port status and change individual port speeds and flow control, setup mirrored ports, setup a VLAN, QOS, and more. The interface gives you basic and advanced setup choices for most settings, letting you decide how detailed you want to be with the setup. You can also use the included ProSAFE Plus Configuration utility included on the cd (there appears to be an updated version of this software on NETGEAR’s site).
I experienced no noticeable file transfer speed differences when going through this switch vs our enterprise class Cisco switches.

Cons: Size maybe? See other thoughts. No major functional issues found so far.

Other Thoughts: I would recommend for a classroom or lab type environment where you need a lot of connections in a limited space and a need for a managed switch.
The unit measures 16” x 2 3/4” x 1 3/8” (WxDxH) looking from the connection face of the unit.
I’m on the fence as this being a Con necessarily but this switch is in a strange category. It’s pretty big for a 16 port switch mounted to a workstation, but based on its features it seems to be designed for more of a server room type environment.
If I experience any issues with this switch down the road I will post a new review.

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5/ 5
Rugged, Efficient, Fast!

Pros: This switch can be mounted just about anywhere, very simple installation! Has a rugged feel and weighs around 4lbs. GUI is not overly complicated with choices/options, and has some very useful features installed.

Plug and Play on my router setup with DHCP it was assigned an address immediately, and worked with numerous devices without my having to log-in to the settings GUI.

GUI can be accessed through any browser to select additional options to manage and customize the switch for your network. Once logged in there are 4 main tabs to select from. Ports can be configured for speed and flow control if need be. Statistics can be viewed for every device connected, shows both bytes up and down.

Built in cable tester option, which will be very useful for troubleshooting and finding specific cable lengths for each connection.

There is also a reset on the back side of the switch in case you ever lock yourself out, or wish to restore to the factory default settings.

Pro Safe Plus Utility is not really needed as GUI can be accessed through any browser as long as you know its assigned IP Address! When installing this Utility, it will also install WinPcap and Adobe Air, so if you prefer to keep your operating system clean, just access the GUI with your browser!

This switch does have a MAC address so it could also be configured with an address through your router. This way you will always be able to access it with a simple bookmark.

Arrived with first release firmware V1.0.0.0 installed.

Cons: None that I could find!

Other Thoughts: As mentioned earlier this switch can be used in its basic form to expand your network connections, and if you want to have more control the options built in are not overly complicated.

Most will find this switch very useful one way or another!

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