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I assure you that our development team routinely reviews posts here in the Idea Exchange for Business board to assess which features the community would like to see implemented on the GSS116E switch. While I do not have any information on this particular topic at this time, we greatly appreciate the communities contribution and will keep the status of this idea updated as we get new information on its potential implementation.
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I'm looking for a 16 ports switch with 802.1Q VLAN, the GSS116E would have a good choice for me (I have 2 GS108T and I'm satisfied of NETGEAR).
Unfortunately I saw in documentantion that it is not supported (for this model) to put a comment in front of each port (on port configuration sceen) like on my GS108T .
ProSAFE 8-Port and 16-Port Gigabit Web Managed Click Switch Model GSS108EPP, GSS108E, and GSS116E User Manual (Specify a Port Description chapter) :
Note: The capability to specify port descriptions is supported on model GSS108EPP only. Models GSS108E and GSS116E do not support this capability.
It may be a detail for you but for me it is very important.
This function (which does not affect the internal operation of the switch at all) could be implemented quickly please ?
I've seen no progress on this simple request and I would like to expand the request to all screens that show ports, including:
QoS --> Qos
QoS --> Rate Limit
QoS --> Broadcast Filtering
System --> Monitoring --> Port Statistics
System --> Monitoring --> Cable Testing
There is no doubt that this feature is extremely desirable, relatively easy to implement, and has no down-sides to it. How often do you think someone sees CRC errors and does NOT want to know what is connected to the port (via the label he assigned to the port, e.g. "QNAP NAS," "Brother Laser," or "Loading Dock Cam")? How often do you think someone wants to set the QoS port priority but doesn't want to know what is connected to the port?
This isn't a tough ask, so how about making it a priority?
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