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Any chance that LAG will be available on the GS308E in future firmware updates?
Some motivation for Netgear should be their own press annoucement NETGEAR DEBUTS NEW 5 AND 8 PORT SMART MANAGED PLUS GIGABIT ETHERNET SWITCHES where Link Aggregation (LAG) support was clearly announced:
San Jose, CA — April 16, 2019 — NETGEAR®, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTGR) the leading provider of networking products that power today’s small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs), has announced the availability of the new 5-port (GS305E) and 8-port (GS308E) Gigabit Ethernet Smart Managed Plus Switches designed to meet the networking challenges of small businesses.
Today’s growing small businesses depend on their network to carry out mission-critical business activities. Companies are including more network traffic and applications such as VoIP phones and IP cameras on their Ethernet infrastructure. These switches need the network intelligence to separate the voice and video traffic from data, and prioritize accordingly without the cost or advanced IT support required to deal with complex managed switches.
NETGEAR Smart Managed Plus Switches meet this growing need by providing fundamental network features that will help optimize network performance. The NETGEAR GS305E 5-port and the 8-port GS308E switches offer traffic separation (VLAN), traffic priority (QoS), Link Aggregation (LAG), cable health check and loop prevention. ...===
@YeZ any update here please?
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