A 10GBASE-T port became available to us in our server rack. The rack currently
has a 20-node Hadoop cluster, each node having dual Intel i350 1000BASE-T NICs.
The Hadoop nodes connect to an old HP 2910al-48G 48-port GbE switch that, in
turn, connects to an old Dell R310 server running pfSense
Note: that should say CAT*6*A, not *7*. Other than that, no changes.
On Tue, Mar 27, 2018 at 8:10 PM, Moshe Katz wrote:
> According to the specs that I found on HP's website, your HP switch does
> not support 10Gb, only 1Gb
According to the specs that I found on HP's website, your HP switch does
not support 10Gb, only 1Gb on its mini-GBIC ports. You will definitely need
a new switch to take advantage of 10Gb.
If you do get a switch that supports 10GBase-T, you should definitely
consider the Intel X540. The vast
I agree with everything my brother said except recommending the Uniquiti
We have seen a few instances of the EdgeSwitch locking up without any
apparent reason (once we traced it to a thermal issue, but we couldn't find
a cause for the others).
The EdgeSwitch also only has a 1 year