Netgear ProSafe 16-Port 10/100 Desktop Ethernet Switch


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About Netgear FS116NA

The Netgear FS100 series desktop switch, known for its reliability and performance, provides your LAN with high-speed, 10/100 Mbps auto-sensing connectivity for as many as 5, 8, or 16 users. Just plug in your Ethernet cables, connect a power cord and you're ready to go-there's no software to configure. It negotiates to the fastest possible connection and with Auto Uplink technology, the switch automatically figures out if the link needs a straightthrough or cross-over connection and makes the right choice.

Existing 10BASE-T devices are easily integrated within higher bandwidth environments, with full wire speeds on all ports of either 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps. Engineered without the need for internal fans, it operates silently. This very compact switch is housed in a sturdy metal case for years of dependable use.

Netgear FS116NA Features

  • Every port supports up to 200 Mbps in dedicated bandwidth and traffic is forwarded flawlessly with automatic flow control
  • Compact: Solidly built in small sizes that are easy to position when space is at a premium. Ideal for conference rooms, class rooms, study groups or small offices. Place it on any flat surface or use the included wall mount kit to tuck it out of the way
  • Compact Form Factor: The switch features a compact form factor that allows you to easily integrate it into almost any work environment
  • Simple To Use: Once you connect the hardware, your switch is operating! Auto negotiation takes care of the speed and duplex, while Auto Uplink takes care of the MDI/MDI-X connection. Eliminate the need for toggle switches or special crossover cables
  • Quiet: No fan means no noise, which helps maintain a peaceful atmosphere in your busy office
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