I have the 1400-8G here at home, only using 3 of the ports, but it just
sits nice and quietly on the corner of the desk.
Think I got it from dabs for around €50 ex postage, not 100% on the
exact cost, it was about 6 months ago.
Robert Sweetnam wrote:
> Hamilton, David wrote:
>>> Hi Bernard,
>>>> I would have to recommend on of the HP Procurve switches.
>> I got a 1400-8G recently when my netgear decided it didn't like talking to other switches and it is fantastic.
>> The 24 port is only €260 from elara, and yes, they still have a lifetime warranty.
>> The other nice thing is that they are fanless. I bought a Cisco a few years back and had to get rid of it because it was so noisy.
>>>>http://www.elara.ie/products/detailsfull.asp?productcode=ECE1351080&productID=S4441795>>>> The only major consideration from a VOIP perspective is whether or not you need PoE, and that costs....
>>>>>>>>> I think I might have to look into getting one of those myself. I have a
> ProCurve 2524 here and the fan noise is way louder than the PowerEdge
> beside it.
>> I have to agree that HP switches are excellent. I much prefer them over
> Cisco or 3Com but of course I suppose technically 3Com are HP now.
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