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Topic # 87243 23-Jul-2011 12:42
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Im looking at the TP-LINK TL-SF1008P as its reasonably priced, but it has a coupke of things that really **** me off with switches, firstly the LEDs are on the other side to the sockets, and that there is no brackets for it at all to even fasten it to a shelf. I dont know if the PSU is internal or not, but I suspect it is a brick with the wattages needed.

Anyone know of any other sub $100 POE switches that maybe do have it all on one side, brackets (or even just factory threaded holes I can drill my own to fit) and hopefully an inbuilt PSU? Bonus if it has more than 4 powered ports but that is not essential at the moment.




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  Reply # 497138 23-Jul-2011 17:07
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Just picked up a http://www.ascent.co.nz/productspecification.aspx?ItemID=391023
Double your budget but has the right screw holes




this is a slap in the face!



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  Reply # 497146 23-Jul-2011 17:18
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Its gig which is a bit unneeded for phones, but would be good when I find some proper accesspoints to put around the house instead of the slow G gear I have at the mo.

Unless there is something within double the price with more ports powered I may as well just get the TP-link one, since I am assuming that the gig ones will come down in price so by the time I can afford some proper dual band wireless kit I can get that too.




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