• D-Link Fast Ethernet Switch, 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Fanless Network Hub Desktop or Rack Mountable (DGS-1016D)
  • D-Link Fast Ethernet Switch, 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Fanless Network Hub Desktop or Rack Mountable (DGS-1016D)
  • D-Link Fast Ethernet Switch, 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Fanless Network Hub Desktop or Rack Mountable (DGS-1016D)
  • D-Link Fast Ethernet Switch, 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Fanless Network Hub Desktop or Rack Mountable (DGS-1016D)
  • D-Link Fast Ethernet Switch, 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Fanless Network Hub Desktop or Rack Mountable (DGS-1016D)
  • D-Link Fast Ethernet Switch, 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Fanless Network Hub Desktop or Rack Mountable (DGS-1016D)
D-Link Fast Ethernet Switch, 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Fanless Network Hub Desktop or Rack Mountable (DGS-1016D)
D-Link Fast Ethernet Switch, 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Fanless Network Hub Desktop or Rack Mountable (DGS-1016D)
D-Link Fast Ethernet Switch, 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Fanless Network Hub Desktop or Rack Mountable (DGS-1016D)
D-Link Fast Ethernet Switch, 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Fanless Network Hub Desktop or Rack Mountable (DGS-1016D)
D-Link Fast Ethernet Switch, 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Fanless Network Hub Desktop or Rack Mountable (DGS-1016D)
D-Link Fast Ethernet Switch, 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Fanless Network Hub Desktop or Rack Mountable (DGS-1016D)

D-Link Fast Ethernet Switch, 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Fanless Network Hub Desktop or Rack Mountable (DGS-1016D)

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  • 16 Gigabit Ethernet ports for fast network speeds
  • Desktop or rackmountable metal housing
  • Fanless design for silent operation
  • IEEE 802.3x Flow Control (can be enabled/disabled)
  • Auto MDI/MDI X crossover for all ports
  • Full/half duplex for Ethernet/Fast Ethernet speeds
  • Plug and play installation
  • Innovative D Link Green Ethernet Technology conserves energy

Customer Reviews

Excellent switch for the priceI am using this switch in a small commercial setting with about 15 connected devices. This unit replaces our older D-Link 10/100 switch, which is still working after 6+ years. Absolutely no problems with the setup or use of the new switch - it runs very cool; the LED link lights and corresponding ports are easy to identify. Immediately noticed the increase in local network speed, as the connected equipment also supports Gigabit Ethernet. Highly recommend if you don't need a managed switch. I will point out that Amazon's photo for this unit is incorrect - the photo shown is that of an older unit. What ships is the DGS-1024D D-link "green" unit, which has a silver face, NOT charcoal color as pictured. Correct product is on D-Link's website here: [...]5Works. LED layout is bizarre.Certainly not the most expensive 24 port switch on the market this D-Link fits the bill with jumbo frames, QoS (factory configured) and gigabit connectivity. For $175 I am satisfied with my purchase. As a network administrator I spend my day dealing with configuration so when I come home I don't want to think about unnecessary details like switch management. It replaced an 8 port gigabit D-Link that I have used for over two years (Still works fine so I replaced a friend's aging 10/100Mbps Linksys with it). The current model has the white faceplate as others have mentioned. No fans so it is of course quiet. Does it rip? Do you mean does it conform to the specification? Yes. I have at least 12 ports occupied with high bandwidth traffic (multiple streaming/gaming/filesharing) at peak times and no issues. With a DOCSIS 3.0 Surfboard, a linux firewall running on a 2Ghz PC and this switch I have no hiccups.My one complaint: What in the living **** were you smoking when you cut the corners on the port status LEDs? 6x4 when the ports are 2x12? Yes I can read the numbers. But this is the only switch I have encountered with a LED layout that has absolutely nothing in common with the physical ports. I guess it's in my closet now so I don't have to look at it but I'm calling you out on that nonsense, D-Link!4Good SwitchI have installed 4 of these switches. They are plug and play. The ones I have installed do not have a fan and are totally quiet. This unit runs very cool; it barely gets warm. The first one I installed was about a year ago, and I have had no problems. The switches are not managed, and if you need to set up virtual LANs you cannot do that.UPDATE 17 May 2013:Still have the 4 switches running, and no problems with them.Update Feb 25, 2014:I still have the 4 switches running, and have had no problems with them. I have never had any of these switches get hosed-up where I had to power them down to reset them. They just work. I have them powered from UPS back up power systems which probably helps with their reliability.Update March 31, 2015I still have the 4 switches. Never have had a problem. I have them on a UPS and have never had one hose up since I first installed them.Update April 18, 2016First switch installed in 2011 and all are still working with no problems. They are powered by UPS and never get glitches or need to be power cycled. Great unmanaged switch!!5Great basic switch These work great and last a long time. i use some of these at work and they work great as long as you do not need management capabilities (these don't have any).No fan in them, but then it will never break and over heat either. They do not seem to get too hot without the cooling fan so I think it is plus not to have one. 4Great FANLESS switch - updated from what Amazon showsI just ordered one of these as part of a project to rack up and centralize my home network. Prior to this I had several switches in my basement daisy chained together. With this new D-Link switch I was able to rack this up with some nifty vertical rack arms and in conjunction with a 24 port patch panel and rack cable organizer get everything very nicely organized.The Amazon description for this switch is out of date. The current version of the product indicates that with the latest power supply it is up to 73% more efficient than similar non green D-link switches. Also worth noting is that the face plate on my unit is a silver color, not the white appearing face plate in the product photos.I connected this switch on my work bench with a Kill-A-Watt power meter and with nothing else connected this 24 port beast is sipping just 3 watts. With five gigabit devices it is using a miserly 7 watts. Even fully loaded, according to the specs this switch will not use more than about 19 watts. The switch has features that will throttle down power consumption based on device connection speed, cable distance and whether a port is active or not. All of this means that you can build out a very robust home network without leaving something running 24X7 that is consuming a lot of power.I was close to ordering the competing Netgear product (JGS524) however the Netgear has two fans in it (noisy and prone to failure) where as this D-Link switch is fanless! This is a big deal, as the fan is often the component that will go out over the long term with a product like this... not to mention the noise you will experience if you are anywhere near the device. The Netgear does have a "lifetime" warranty (and better warranty support) where as the D-Link has a 5 year warranty. With no moving parts, and if hooked up to high quality surge suppression the D-Link box should last for a very long time without problems.Performance with this switch is excellent, I get rocket fast transport between all of my devices. It's worth noting that this is an unmanaged switch so you cannot break your network up into VLANs or do cable diagnostics, etc, with this switch. For its purpose though of providing a super fast home or small office network it is offering a tremendous value. THighly recommend it!5I ended up buying the rack ears for the TRENDnet switch (TEG-S16Dg) and these worked great.Well, I've had this for 5 years now and ports are starting to die. So far 3 ports don't work. Supposable the DGS-1024D has a limited lifetime warranty. I contacted D-Link Tech Support over a week ago for an RMA but so far they are ignoring me.Otherwise the switch functioned well as a gigabit switch until recently. The only negative until the ports started to die is the rack mounting ears that were provided with mine have slots spaced at 1-1/8". You will find holes to match in 19-inch rack bar however, this won't fit between two other 1U devices and requiring you to stagger two 1-U locations. I ended up buying the rack ears for the TRENDnet switch (TEG-S16Dg) and these worked great.2Solid performer in a small form factorI've outgrown my SMC Barricade router and decided to extend my network with a 16 port gigabit switch. I was originally going to go with the Linksys switch, but the reviews were universally bad and reported failure rates very high. I wanted to take the time to set this up and forget it, and while I've only been in production with it for less than 24 hours, it is working well and set up easily. I think the documentation is pretty clear, but if you're not technical, you'll have a bit of trouble figuring out some of the advanced features.One feature I liked is that the ports are auto-detecting regarding whether a cable is a crossover or straight through, just like a more expensive switch. You can't manage this switch by forcing the the ports into a configured state (auto detect vs. or manually configured), but that would have been overkill for me.My setup is an Apple Time Capsule (version 1) as my router and wireless. I'm using a straight-through cable to connect the D-Link switch to the Time Capsule, both of which are gigabit.If this is the type of setup you're thinking of installing, this D-Link switch appears to be the perfect fit. I can only hope the reliability is better than the Linksys, but according to all the user reviews I've read during my research, this is the preferable unit.Hope this helps!NOTE: I'm revising this review after using the switch for several months now. Absolutely no problems, even though I've made changes to my network. The only thing I'd add to my original review is that the fan on the switch is a bit noisy. If you want this to be located in your office, be aware that the fan is always on and is audible. Other than that observation, I would still recommend this switch.5This is a great, very dependable, unmanaged switchThis thing is a beast. I have it in use in a cardiologist / multi-office environment. There are two networks tied into it (I know, this is bad. You should never do this.) and it has never hiccuped. Currently about 20 of the 24 ports are in use. None have died. Each gets the advertised throughput. I bought another for the house, where another 18 ports are in use, also getting the advertised throughput. It is lightning fast and has never had to be reset. Ports never just quit responding. It doesn't have any of the problems a cheaper unmanaged switch might have over time. The one in the cardiologist's office has been in use for over 18 months now without ever needing a reset or requiring my time to troubleshoot. As of today, I need another for a small government office. Because of its previous reviews and my past experience with this device, I'm able to pick up a 3rd with great confidence in what the users will be getting.5No more switch failures to worry about This network switch replaced a newly defective Netgear JFS524 that failed in less than a month placing several people out of service. Although the 2 switches that failed had a lifetime guarantee, Netgear support wanted me to spend an excessive amount of time on site troubleshooting the problem. When several people depend on services through 2 switches, you really can't spend excess time troubleshooting switch problems, as you have to replace the switches immediately. Netgear did not want to issue an RMA for replacement. I replaced the Netgear switches with 2 of these D-Link DES-1024D switches, and they have worked flawlessly. As the other 10 Netgear switches fail, they too will be replaced with D-Link. 5Decent unmanaged Gigabit SwitchPurchased this switch to replace a failing D-Link DES-1026G 24-Port 10/100 Switch. The D-Link DES-1026G was purchased about 7 years ago, and worked well up until about a month ago when the fan started failing and as a result the unit started overheating and causing connection issues.The new DGS-1024D is about 2/3 the size of the DES-1026G. This makes it good for either "desktop" use (if you don't mind having 24 ethernet wires running behind your desktop) and it makes it ok for rackmount use (with the included brackets).The front face plate on the DGS-1024D I received is white in color. The product picture shows it as the same color as the case, which is classic of the older D-Link equipment, so I assume that the white color is the newest revision of the switch.The network this was installed on is a simple peer-to-peer network with 1 server, 7 computers, 7 printers, and 1 router. I've noticed a definite decrease in the number of dropped packets since this was installed, and of course with the higher bandwidth on pipeline, some of our data intensive applications are running a little bit faster when loading data from the server.All in all, for the money, it's not a bad buy.4Excellent switchIt's a really good switch. It's low power and has no fan. The status lights are good, indicating which ports are 1G vs 10/100 with a quick glance. I did see a review where the author said the layout of the status lights was a little strange, and that's true. The layout/sequence of the ports compared to the layout/sequence of the status lights is a bit difficut to correlate - D-Link could have done a better job arranging the ports. The sequence of the status lights would make sense if they numbered the ports straight across horizontally, instead the way they chose. The picture at the top of the page is probably a prior version of it as those lights are arranged differently. The faceplate is silver, not the grey as shown.Installation took no time at all. Plugged in the power, moved all my existing cables from the old 8 port hub to the this one and I was in business.Performancewise, I have no complaints. Throughput is as expected. I've had it powered on for almost 2 months and not one power down/power up.For the current price this is listed at, it is a bit on the high side. Mine was from the Warehouse Deals inventory and was significantly less expensive. For the current price I see listed, you can probably find a decent managed switch.5Excellent, Easy Solution for New Home NetworkI built a new home, and with everything in the entertainment center wanting a network port, decided to wire the house from the ground up. I ended up with 21 cat5e cables, and this is the switch that I decided to use.I used the rack mounting brackets and secured the switch under the basement stairs, and plugged in my network cables before the cable company came with the modem.The basic set up is cable modem to a wireless router in the middle floor, and using only one of the outputs from the router, connect back to the switch, and from this switch to everywhere else.This switch was so easy, the cable company came and hooked up their modem, I plugged in the "modem to router" line that I had already run, and didn't have to do any configuration whatsoever. Didn't even put in the CD Rom that shipped with the switch. It worked right out of the box.I have a 12 and 13 year old that X-Box and Computer simultaneously, while the 3 year old watches a streaming movie from netflix, and Directv is even hooked in to this switch for the whole home set up. I can't speak to reliability yet, but it is fast, silent, and breeze to hook up.5
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Description
  • 16 Gigabit Ethernet ports for fast network speeds
  • Desktop or rackmountable metal housing
  • Fanless design for silent operation
  • IEEE 802.3x Flow Control (can be enabled/disabled)
  • Auto MDI/MDI X crossover for all ports
  • Full/half duplex for Ethernet/Fast Ethernet speeds
  • Plug and play installation
  • Innovative D Link Green Ethernet Technology conserves energy
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Excellent switch for the priceI am using this switch in a small commercial setting with about 15 connected devices. This unit replaces our older D-Link 10/100 switch, which is still working after 6+ years. Absolutely no problems with the setup or use of the new switch - it runs very cool; the LED link lights and corresponding ports are easy to identify. Immediately noticed the increase in local network speed, as the connected equipment also supports Gigabit Ethernet. Highly recommend if you don't need a managed switch. I will point out that Amazon's photo for this unit is incorrect - the photo shown is that of an older unit. What ships is the DGS-1024D D-link "green" unit, which has a silver face, NOT charcoal color as pictured. Correct product is on D-Link's website here: [...]5Works. LED layout is bizarre.Certainly not the most expensive 24 port switch on the market this D-Link fits the bill with jumbo frames, QoS (factory configured) and gigabit connectivity. For $175 I am satisfied with my purchase. As a network administrator I spend my day dealing with configuration so when I come home I don't want to think about unnecessary details like switch management. It replaced an 8 port gigabit D-Link that I have used for over two years (Still works fine so I replaced a friend's aging 10/100Mbps Linksys with it). The current model has the white faceplate as others have mentioned. No fans so it is of course quiet. Does it rip? Do you mean does it conform to the specification? Yes. I have at least 12 ports occupied with high bandwidth traffic (multiple streaming/gaming/filesharing) at peak times and no issues. With a DOCSIS 3.0 Surfboard, a linux firewall running on a 2Ghz PC and this switch I have no hiccups.My one complaint: What in the living **** were you smoking when you cut the corners on the port status LEDs? 6x4 when the ports are 2x12? Yes I can read the numbers. But this is the only switch I have encountered with a LED layout that has absolutely nothing in common with the physical ports. I guess it's in my closet now so I don't have to look at it but I'm calling you out on that nonsense, D-Link!4Good SwitchI have installed 4 of these switches. They are plug and play. The ones I have installed do not have a fan and are totally quiet. This unit runs very cool; it barely gets warm. The first one I installed was about a year ago, and I have had no problems. The switches are not managed, and if you need to set up virtual LANs you cannot do that.UPDATE 17 May 2013:Still have the 4 switches running, and no problems with them.Update Feb 25, 2014:I still have the 4 switches running, and have had no problems with them. I have never had any of these switches get hosed-up where I had to power them down to reset them. They just work. I have them powered from UPS back up power systems which probably helps with their reliability.Update March 31, 2015I still have the 4 switches. Never have had a problem. I have them on a UPS and have never had one hose up since I first installed them.Update April 18, 2016First switch installed in 2011 and all are still working with no problems. They are powered by UPS and never get glitches or need to be power cycled. Great unmanaged switch!!5Great basic switch These work great and last a long time. i use some of these at work and they work great as long as you do not need management capabilities (these don't have any).No fan in them, but then it will never break and over heat either. They do not seem to get too hot without the cooling fan so I think it is plus not to have one. 4Great FANLESS switch - updated from what Amazon showsI just ordered one of these as part of a project to rack up and centralize my home network. Prior to this I had several switches in my basement daisy chained together. With this new D-Link switch I was able to rack this up with some nifty vertical rack arms and in conjunction with a 24 port patch panel and rack cable organizer get everything very nicely organized.The Amazon description for this switch is out of date. The current version of the product indicates that with the latest power supply it is up to 73% more efficient than similar non green D-link switches. Also worth noting is that the face plate on my unit is a silver color, not the white appearing face plate in the product photos.I connected this switch on my work bench with a Kill-A-Watt power meter and with nothing else connected this 24 port beast is sipping just 3 watts. With five gigabit devices it is using a miserly 7 watts. Even fully loaded, according to the specs this switch will not use more than about 19 watts. The switch has features that will throttle down power consumption based on device connection speed, cable distance and whether a port is active or not. All of this means that you can build out a very robust home network without leaving something running 24X7 that is consuming a lot of power.I was close to ordering the competing Netgear product (JGS524) however the Netgear has two fans in it (noisy and prone to failure) where as this D-Link switch is fanless! This is a big deal, as the fan is often the component that will go out over the long term with a product like this... not to mention the noise you will experience if you are anywhere near the device. The Netgear does have a "lifetime" warranty (and better warranty support) where as the D-Link has a 5 year warranty. With no moving parts, and if hooked up to high quality surge suppression the D-Link box should last for a very long time without problems.Performance with this switch is excellent, I get rocket fast transport between all of my devices. It's worth noting that this is an unmanaged switch so you cannot break your network up into VLANs or do cable diagnostics, etc, with this switch. For its purpose though of providing a super fast home or small office network it is offering a tremendous value. THighly recommend it!5I ended up buying the rack ears for the TRENDnet switch (TEG-S16Dg) and these worked great.Well, I've had this for 5 years now and ports are starting to die. So far 3 ports don't work. Supposable the DGS-1024D has a limited lifetime warranty. I contacted D-Link Tech Support over a week ago for an RMA but so far they are ignoring me.Otherwise the switch functioned well as a gigabit switch until recently. The only negative until the ports started to die is the rack mounting ears that were provided with mine have slots spaced at 1-1/8". You will find holes to match in 19-inch rack bar however, this won't fit between two other 1U devices and requiring you to stagger two 1-U locations. I ended up buying the rack ears for the TRENDnet switch (TEG-S16Dg) and these worked great.2Solid performer in a small form factorI've outgrown my SMC Barricade router and decided to extend my network with a 16 port gigabit switch. I was originally going to go with the Linksys switch, but the reviews were universally bad and reported failure rates very high. I wanted to take the time to set this up and forget it, and while I've only been in production with it for less than 24 hours, it is working well and set up easily. I think the documentation is pretty clear, but if you're not technical, you'll have a bit of trouble figuring out some of the advanced features.One feature I liked is that the ports are auto-detecting regarding whether a cable is a crossover or straight through, just like a more expensive switch. You can't manage this switch by forcing the the ports into a configured state (auto detect vs. or manually configured), but that would have been overkill for me.My setup is an Apple Time Capsule (version 1) as my router and wireless. I'm using a straight-through cable to connect the D-Link switch to the Time Capsule, both of which are gigabit.If this is the type of setup you're thinking of installing, this D-Link switch appears to be the perfect fit. I can only hope the reliability is better than the Linksys, but according to all the user reviews I've read during my research, this is the preferable unit.Hope this helps!NOTE: I'm revising this review after using the switch for several months now. Absolutely no problems, even though I've made changes to my network. The only thing I'd add to my original review is that the fan on the switch is a bit noisy. If you want this to be located in your office, be aware that the fan is always on and is audible. Other than that observation, I would still recommend this switch.5This is a great, very dependable, unmanaged switchThis thing is a beast. I have it in use in a cardiologist / multi-office environment. There are two networks tied into it (I know, this is bad. You should never do this.) and it has never hiccuped. Currently about 20 of the 24 ports are in use. None have died. Each gets the advertised throughput. I bought another for the house, where another 18 ports are in use, also getting the advertised throughput. It is lightning fast and has never had to be reset. Ports never just quit responding. It doesn't have any of the problems a cheaper unmanaged switch might have over time. The one in the cardiologist's office has been in use for over 18 months now without ever needing a reset or requiring my time to troubleshoot. As of today, I need another for a small government office. Because of its previous reviews and my past experience with this device, I'm able to pick up a 3rd with great confidence in what the users will be getting.5No more switch failures to worry about This network switch replaced a newly defective Netgear JFS524 that failed in less than a month placing several people out of service. Although the 2 switches that failed had a lifetime guarantee, Netgear support wanted me to spend an excessive amount of time on site troubleshooting the problem. When several people depend on services through 2 switches, you really can't spend excess time troubleshooting switch problems, as you have to replace the switches immediately. Netgear did not want to issue an RMA for replacement. I replaced the Netgear switches with 2 of these D-Link DES-1024D switches, and they have worked flawlessly. As the other 10 Netgear switches fail, they too will be replaced with D-Link. 5Decent unmanaged Gigabit SwitchPurchased this switch to replace a failing D-Link DES-1026G 24-Port 10/100 Switch. The D-Link DES-1026G was purchased about 7 years ago, and worked well up until about a month ago when the fan started failing and as a result the unit started overheating and causing connection issues.The new DGS-1024D is about 2/3 the size of the DES-1026G. This makes it good for either "desktop" use (if you don't mind having 24 ethernet wires running behind your desktop) and it makes it ok for rackmount use (with the included brackets).The front face plate on the DGS-1024D I received is white in color. The product picture shows it as the same color as the case, which is classic of the older D-Link equipment, so I assume that the white color is the newest revision of the switch.The network this was installed on is a simple peer-to-peer network with 1 server, 7 computers, 7 printers, and 1 router. I've noticed a definite decrease in the number of dropped packets since this was installed, and of course with the higher bandwidth on pipeline, some of our data intensive applications are running a little bit faster when loading data from the server.All in all, for the money, it's not a bad buy.4Excellent switchIt's a really good switch. It's low power and has no fan. The status lights are good, indicating which ports are 1G vs 10/100 with a quick glance. I did see a review where the author said the layout of the status lights was a little strange, and that's true. The layout/sequence of the ports compared to the layout/sequence of the status lights is a bit difficut to correlate - D-Link could have done a better job arranging the ports. The sequence of the status lights would make sense if they numbered the ports straight across horizontally, instead the way they chose. The picture at the top of the page is probably a prior version of it as those lights are arranged differently. The faceplate is silver, not the grey as shown.Installation took no time at all. Plugged in the power, moved all my existing cables from the old 8 port hub to the this one and I was in business.Performancewise, I have no complaints. Throughput is as expected. I've had it powered on for almost 2 months and not one power down/power up.For the current price this is listed at, it is a bit on the high side. Mine was from the Warehouse Deals inventory and was significantly less expensive. For the current price I see listed, you can probably find a decent managed switch.5Excellent, Easy Solution for New Home NetworkI built a new home, and with everything in the entertainment center wanting a network port, decided to wire the house from the ground up. I ended up with 21 cat5e cables, and this is the switch that I decided to use.I used the rack mounting brackets and secured the switch under the basement stairs, and plugged in my network cables before the cable company came with the modem.The basic set up is cable modem to a wireless router in the middle floor, and using only one of the outputs from the router, connect back to the switch, and from this switch to everywhere else.This switch was so easy, the cable company came and hooked up their modem, I plugged in the "modem to router" line that I had already run, and didn't have to do any configuration whatsoever. Didn't even put in the CD Rom that shipped with the switch. It worked right out of the box.I have a 12 and 13 year old that X-Box and Computer simultaneously, while the 3 year old watches a streaming movie from netflix, and Directv is even hooked in to this switch for the whole home set up. I can't speak to reliability yet, but it is fast, silent, and breeze to hook up.5
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