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Fantastic price for backbone switch that has 4 x 10Gb connections and 24 x Gigabit. Perfect switch for small office switch to upgrade the server connections to 10Gb while not breaking the bank
One of the best inexpensive switches out there for 10Gbe. I have 3 Esxi Boxes and 1 Freenas box hooked up to mine with copper interconnects using the FSP+ ports. I have this paired up with some inexpensive Mellanox and Intel fiber Hba's. I run a medium sized homelab and this was perfect for my needs. 10Gbe is slowly replacing single 1 Gbe links as these switches get cheaper and cheaper.
I've used cheap Netgear 1G switches for a few years but eventully needed to speed up my network plus I wanted 2x10G ports for my Qnap 1079Pro. Worked like a charm!!! Huge performance improvement. My home network is now nice and fast for anything I need to do including streaming movies/pictures from the Qnap, browsing internet, copying files between computers. I'm very glad I pulled the trigger on this upgrade.
I haven't started using it serious actually but there was no issue when I was trying to do some configuration of it. Given the condition (like new) and the price I am quite happy about it. The only cons is the fan is a little bit loud, and you probably don't want to put it on your desk. I replaced it with Noctua fan and it has been silent since then.
OK, they're not Cisco, and the WebUI is a bit funky (if you know anything about networking, you will almost immediately decide to go to the command line instead) but they function nicely on pretty much all of the L2 features one might want including LACP and VLAN tagging, and seem be capable of line rate on the 10GbE. I haven't tried the L3 (which seems to be fairly limited) or the stacking support.