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Figure The back panel has a standard AC power receptacle for accommodating the supplied power cord. Table summarizes the LEDs on the switch. Table Front Panel LEDs
It has been running fine with no issues. Thanks Netgear, love products and the customer service you have provided me.
I recommend this to anyone needing a 24 port switch. Cons: This switch does not have any PoE ports, but that is not really an issue but it would be nice.
Netgear has some comments on their website about some work arounds for known issues but the LLDP issue has no work around currently. I am confident they will make an update to fix it in the future.
Overall Review: After reading what other people posted about this switch I question either their technical knowledge or I would suggest they received a damaged model. I own two of these for my home network.
The second one I bought has a smaller circuit board inside with more vents and no fan i. I previously owned several 8 port smart switches from Netgear but I was running out of ports.
The link light on my shiny new GSTv4 was off. Swapping ports didn't help. Configuring the speed of this Netgear's port to Mb seemed to solve the problem.
The link was up and down like a yoyo. After showing logs to the vendor, they acknowledged their device appeared to be defective. So I exchanged it. The replacement HDHR behaved exactly the same.
Up and down like a yoyo. Wireshark showed it relentlessly trying to obtain a DHCP address when the link was up.
If it got a DHCP address, it was fine -- for some random time between 2 seconds and 20 minutes. Then the HDHR believed the link went down, and it started the cycle again. Both of these connection issues were highly intermittent.
Most of the time, the device s and the Netgear would link right up and work solidly. In one case, the HDHR tried for over 6 hours getting a link only to have it drop within a few seconds or a few minutes.
This is I thought the problem of switches and hubs not connecting to devices was solved almost two decades ago. Three out of approximately 20 connected devices failed to connect and maintain their connections reliably.