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  Reply # 1903888 18-Nov-2017 23:39
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Tinkerisk:

 

- No ext. DC supply possible (AC only, matters for PoE supply)

 

 

Can you elaborate - are you powering you ER-3 off PoE?

 

 

 

Kodiack:

 

I picked up an EdgeRouter X today and I'm loving the little thing! I'm on a 1000/500 Mbps plan with MyRepublic, and the EdgeRouter X performs exceptionally with hardware offloading enabled.

 

 

Thanks for this update. I have read lots of mixed things on how this performs on Gigabit, so glad to see this result, and please keep us posted with any changed / issues you find.

 

 


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  Reply # 1903890 18-Nov-2017 23:55
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@Kodiack thanks for posting that! That is the first decent test I've seen come out of the Edgerouter X. Will be interesting with how it holds up to many connections but good to see Ubiquiti finally sorted out HW-NAT.





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  Reply # 1904059 19-Nov-2017 15:38
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phrozenpenguin:

 

Tinkerisk:

 

- No ext. DC supply possible (AC only, matters for PoE supply)

 

 

Can you elaborate - are you powering you ER-3 off PoE?

 

 

Yes, in an use case with a 1Gb/s capable PoE splitter (12VDC/1A). Power comes from a PoE enabled Switch port.





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  Reply # 1904187 19-Nov-2017 19:37
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Tinkerisk:

 

phrozenpenguin:

 

Tinkerisk:

 

- No ext. DC supply possible (AC only, matters for PoE supply)

 

 

Can you elaborate - are you powering you ER-3 off PoE?

 

 

Yes, in an use case with a 1Gb/s capable PoE splitter (12VDC/1A). Power comes from a PoE enabled Switch port.

 

 

Thanks, understood. Thats good to know in the quest for reducing power points in the comms cabinet!


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