Agreed about ubnt vs tplink vs cisco... most use either broadcom or marvel
chipsets  Stuart

I was sugesting based on rated performance of the chipsets in the
datasheets  of the managed switch... as opposed to a cheap un managed
one.... the other thing i for got to mention which was part of my advice
was that the ability to check counters on each interface can indicate where
the packets are being dropped are the being dropped beween switch ports or
on the open bas firewall etc

On 12 Feb 2018 1:59 PM, "Stuart Henderson" <> wrote:

> On 2018-02-12, Tom Smyth <> wrote:
> > Regards D-Link... I would recommend that you use
> > a decent managed switch (based on Tech Specs as opposed
> > to Branding,
> > you can pick up cost effective ubnt edgeswitches or
> > Tplink (fully managed Switches) which would offer linerate switching
> > or if you want to have a branded switch get one second hand for best
> value
> They're all use one of a couple of pretty similar switch chips anyway.
> Without doing more to figure out *how* it broke I don't think it's possible
> to say that one brand is going to react better than another.

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