D-Link 16端口千兆 unmanaged 交换机 (dgs-1016d) 黑色 24-Port Gigabit
- Twenty-four (24) 10/100/1000 Mbps Ports
- DIP Switches for control of key features
- QoS for prompt delivery of voice, video, and data traffic
- Supports Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) for reduced energy consumption
- Fanless, rack mountable metal housing, built-to-last
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
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My one complaint: What in the living **** were you smoking when you cut the corners on the port status LEDs? 6x4 when the ports are 2x12? Yes I can read the numbers. But this is the only switch I have encountered with a LED layout that has absolutely nothing in common with the physical ports. I guess it's in my closet now so I don't have to look at it but I'm calling you out on that nonsense, D-Link!
UPDATE 17 May 2013:
Still have the 4 switches running, and no problems with them.
Update Feb 25, 2014:
I still have the 4 switches running, and have had no problems with them. I have never had any of these switches get hosed-up where I had to power them down to reset them. They just work. I have them powered from UPS back up power systems which probably helps with their reliability.
Update March 31, 2015
I still have the 4 switches. Never have had a problem. I have them on a UPS and have never had one hose up since I first installed them.
Update April 18, 2016
First switch installed in 2011 and all are still working with no problems. They are powered by UPS and never get glitches or need to be power cycled. Great unmanaged switch!!
Installation took no time at all. Plugged in the power, moved all my existing cables from the old 8 port hub to the this one and I was in business.
Performancewise, I have no complaints. Throughput is as expected. I've had it powered on for almost 2 months and not one power down/power up.
For the current price this is listed at, it is a bit on the high side. Mine was from the Warehouse Deals inventory and was significantly less expensive. For the current price I see listed, you can probably find a decent managed switch.