Netgear ProSafe GS116UK 16 Port 10/100/1000Mbps Switch - £64.25 (with code) @ Dixons (+ Quidco) - HotUKDeals
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Netgear ProSafe GS116UK 16 Port 10/100/1000Mbps Switch - £64.25 (with code) @ Dixons (+ Quidco)

£64.25 @ Dixons
Easy as this is my first posted Hot Deal and its a 16 port Netgear Prosafe GS116UK Gigabit switch. I used the 10% offer code NWRK10 which took this down to £64.25p with free 3-5 day delivery. … Read More
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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Easy as this is my first posted Hot Deal and its a 16 port Netgear Prosafe GS116UK Gigabit switch.

I used the 10% offer code NWRK10 which took this down to £64.25p with free 3-5 day delivery.

Best Buy / Amazon etc all around £120 - £130 for this.

Credit for this to Chris who texted me earlier although I found the new code !! I believe you can go for Quidco as well but it may affect the 10% offer code....your call.

Code NWRK10

End value is £64.25 but if I have posted the price with or without discounts in breach of rules apologies and mods please do your thing!
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#1
OP, top post and love the avatar :) I have been looking to upgrade my network to 1000mbps for a while but couldn't justify the cost. I have also bought 2 of the smaller GS108s as I needed to swap all the switches to create a gigabit network (New virgin superhub is already gigabit) So for £127.86 I have upgraded my entire network for less than the original price of the GS116 so thanks again for the heads up.
#2
looked at this but decided 'managed' is better? - not sure of the brand name though?
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/197571
#4
mw101
looked at this but decided 'managed' is better? - not sure of the brand name though?
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/197571

You going to implement traffic management or VLAN's?
#5
what does this do?

is it like a router?
#6
great price for a very good switch. These are rock solid and you just plug them in and off you go. 99.9% of home users do not need a managed switch and they just add another layer of complexity which will cause you grief unless you know what you are doing.

If you must have a managed switch then look at the HP Procurve, often available brand new and boxed on your favourite auction site for around half price.

Edited By: killie99 on Apr 21, 2011 08:52
#7
OK price for those with only 16 computers.
#8
Considering it or the Tenda as I currently run half my network on an 8 port 100mbit switch and the rest on a 5 port Gbit switch.

Wondering what the power consumption is compared to my current setup.
#9
CyDoNiA
Considering it or the Tenda as I currently run half my network on an 8 port 100mbit switch and the rest on a 5 port Gbit switch.

Wondering what the power consumption is compared to my current setup.

you'll be lucky if this pulls 10-15W when it's fully loaded on all 16 ports.

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