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D-Link DGS-1016A 16-Port Unmanaged Gigabit Desktop Switch

$109.99

Shipping Cost: Free!

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D-Link DGS-1016A 16-Port Unmanaged Gigabit Desktop Switch

The D-Link DGS-1016A is a 16-Port 10/100/1000Mbps switch that works with your current Ethernet network while allowing you to upgrade to gigabit speeds. With an aggregated bandwidth of up to 32Gbps and up to 9K jumbo frame support, its addition to any network will dramatically improve traffic flow and eliminate bottlenecks. Installation is plug-and-play, as every port supports auto-MDI/MDI-X. DGS-1016A is an economical solution for bandwidth-intensive environments needing a compact desktop form factor.

Features

  • 16 Ports with Gigabit Ethernet Speed
  • Revolutionary Design 
  • Eco-Friendly technology, reduced power consumption
  • Non-blocking, full wire speed forwarding and filtering
  • Compact plastic housing for desktop deployment

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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  • 5 of 5 stars
82% (39)
7% (3)
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  • Good Relief For An Ever Expanding Home Network, 16 Ports to Grow Into   »   Most Recent Review “Simple plug and play. It works as specified. Nice low profile: 9" wide X 6 1/4" deep X 1 3/4" rear (1 1/8" front) height.”
  • Great little switch - elegant packet switching   »   Most Helpful Reviews “I was looking for a small, low-power, reliable little 8-port gigabit enabled switch with auto mdi/mdix.. and I found it.”
  • I HATE "green" switches!   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “OK, so the switch works. Great! Fantastic! However, when a PC goes to sleep, so does the switch port that PC is connected to....you know, to save power. Gotta be green!”