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Topic # 150741 1-Aug-2014 14:58
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Looking for a POE 16 port gigabit switch. I think i would like it to be a managed one if the price is right, for homelab network. Anyone got some good products this think i should look at!




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  Reply # 1100549 2-Aug-2014 11:27
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Just watch the power over ethernet tick box on pricespy. It also included ones that were powered by 802.3af when I last used it to buy switches.




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  Reply # 1100576 2-Aug-2014 11:54
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Level One do a good range of cheap switches.

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  Reply # 1101488 4-Aug-2014 09:56
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I have a Dlink DGS-1210-10P

This is a 10 port gigabit switch with management, SPF (x2) and PoE. It is also fanless. I think the warranty is quite long (5 years?)

It comes in a 16 port version as well.

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  Reply # 1102969 5-Aug-2014 22:46
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For the price Smc switches are good we even had a firmware issue on one regarding NAC smc made a custom firmware for us to address the issue I was frankly amazed to even get a response.

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  Reply # 1102986 5-Aug-2014 23:31
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The Toughswitch PoE is pretty epic, smart and actually "tough" - http://www.ubnt.com/accessories/toughswitch

Used these heaps with camera and phone systems.




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