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Easily expand the reach of your network with the GS108-400NAS ProSAFE 8-Port Gigabit Switch from NETGEAR. Quickly and easily integrate this network switch into your existing network configuration as it features plug-and-play functionality. With the ability to adjust for network speed and cabling type, the switch can automatically make the necessary adjustments to avoid network downtime.
Realize the true benefit of Gigabit network speeds, as this switch features non-blocking port architecture ensuring you receive Gigabit data transfer rates from each port along with a total bandwidth of 16 Gbps. Additionally, this Gigabit switch from NETGEAR comes equipped with support for the energy-efficient Ethernet networking standard 802.11az to help reduce the overall power consumption of the switch.
Plug and Play
The standards-based ProSAFE Gigabit switches senses and adjusts for network speed and cabling type automatically. Easily integrates into your existing Ethernet network - no matter if it is running at 10/100Mbps or Gigabit speed.
Simple set up with no software or configuration needed
Front panel LEDs keep you informed of power status, link speed and link activities.
Prioritize mission-critical applications such as voice and video Support IEEE 802.1p and DSCP-based QoS for delivering data based on priority and type.
Enhanced network performance at non-blocking rate delivers true Gigabit speed with no compromise.
Durable metal case and long product life (shown by MTBF numbers).
This NETGEAR switch comes with lifetime online support as well as next-business day (NBD) replacement support.
The GS108 supports the Energy Efficient Ethernet (IEEE 802.3az) standard, which reduces energy consumption when there is light traffic on an active port or when there is no link or
no activity detected. It can further save energy when a short cable (<328 ft / <100 m) is used. Energy savings lead directly to cost savings in operation.