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    POE Switch

    I am working with a supplier to try and get the pricing down on a quote for CCTV and he said that i can get a better price than him on the POE switch which is probably true i just dont know what make/model i need. It justs needs to be able to take up to 24ports all POE. I have found a d-link one here but not sure if this is good as i have never used d-link for switches i have always bought HP.

    Do HP do a POE Switch?

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    2626-pwr but note that if you want to supply poe on all ports you will probably need the extra power supplies.

    Ben

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    Depends on how many ports you want.

    I've a few of these and they seem reliable (were recommended by a guy froma CCTV company when we replaced some)

    http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/...097&CatId=2733

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    I installed a HP 2626-PWR recently and they are great, but a very deep switch! You need arms of steel to install this in a rack

    I was under the impression only the HP 2648-PWR needed an external power supply to supply PoE to all 48 ports?

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    That may be the case I'm not sure just making sure he checks it out.

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    2626-pwr supplies 406 watts of poe power, 15.4 watts per port.

    The 2626-pwr can have an external power unit installed for redundancy.

    Ben

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    I'll add another voice for the 2626-PWR, we use this in our office area to power half our phones (the other half are powered by a 5406zl).

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    Just bought/installed a Netgear GS724PT (24-port 10/100/1000 POE) for our 'isolated' wireless network. Seems pretty good, smart switch too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    I'll add another voice for the 2626-PWR, we use this in our office area to power half our phones (the other half are powered by a 5406zl).
    Votes 2626 too...

    Only downside with it is, the 2626 doesn't power our Aironet Access Points... the 8 port version does though.

    Good switch NtL

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    I have been told the netgear ones are pretty good.

    Not talking from my experience though.

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