Re: [WISPA] Found Great VLAN switch

2010-02-15 Thread can...@believewireless.net
We've always used the Dell PowerConnect switches in our network and
they have been very reliable even in non-temperature regulated
environments.



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Re: [WISPA] Found Great VLAN switch

2010-02-15 Thread Brad Belton
Agreed.  The Dell 28xx Series is also great value.  They work really well
for breaking off VLANs from a RouterBoard where we don't have rack space
available to us.  We trust our datacenter with stacked 6248 switches.  The
Dell PoE switches are also great.   

From a management point of view it's nice to have almost the exact same
interface from $200 to $2000.

Best,


Brad

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Subject: [WISPA] Found Great VLAN switch

There was recently a thread on recommended VLAN switches. Such as which did 
both TXRX simultaneous port mirroring, Full VLAN support, Ability to LABEL 
ports, etc.

I found out that DELL powerconnec thas the solution that does it all for 
GIGABIT (24Gig + 4SFP).

The model 5424 is the current version, that also support IPv6, QinQ, 
MSTP,SNMP3. (On sale for $600
The old model 5324 also does it all, but with only IPv4, RSTP, and SNMP2.

The 802.11Q VLAN implementation is complete and full..

Tom DeReggi
RapidDSL  Wireless, Inc
IntAirNet- Fixed Wireless Broadband 





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Re: [WISPA] Found Great VLAN switch

2010-02-15 Thread Jeremy Parr
On 15 February 2010 05:22, Tom DeReggi wirelessn...@rapiddsl.net wrote:
 There was recently a thread on recommended VLAN switches. Such as which did
 both TXRX simultaneous port mirroring, Full VLAN support, Ability to LABEL
 ports, etc.

 I found out that DELL powerconnec thas the solution that does it all for
 GIGABIT (24Gig + 4SFP).

 The model 5424 is the current version, that also support IPv6, QinQ,
 MSTP,SNMP3. (On sale for $600
 The old model 5324 also does it all, but with only IPv4, RSTP, and SNMP2.

 The 802.11Q VLAN implementation is complete and full..

These do work well. I don't have any major complaints about the
handfull I have deployed. We use em for cheap iSCSI deployments.



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Re: [WISPA] Found Great VLAN switch

2010-02-15 Thread Glenn Kelley
I thought the 5424 did not support Jumbo Frames (could be wrong - so kinda 
asking) 

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On Feb 15, 2010, at 12:07 PM, Jeremy Parr wrote:

 On 15 February 2010 05:22, Tom DeReggi wirelessn...@rapiddsl.net wrote:
 There was recently a thread on recommended VLAN switches. Such as which did
 both TXRX simultaneous port mirroring, Full VLAN support, Ability to LABEL
 ports, etc.
 
 I found out that DELL powerconnec thas the solution that does it all for
 GIGABIT (24Gig + 4SFP).
 
 The model 5424 is the current version, that also support IPv6, QinQ,
 MSTP,SNMP3. (On sale for $600
 The old model 5324 also does it all, but with only IPv4, RSTP, and SNMP2.
 
 The 802.11Q VLAN implementation is complete and full..
 
 These do work well. I don't have any major complaints about the
 handfull I have deployed. We use em for cheap iSCSI deployments.
 
 
 
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Re: [WISPA] Found Great VLAN switch

2010-02-15 Thread David E. Smith
On Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 13:40, Glenn Kelley gl...@hostmedic.com wrote:

 I thought the 5424 did not support Jumbo Frames (could be wrong - so kinda
 asking)


It does. Just add a port jumbo-frame to the configuration.

David Smith
MVN.net



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