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26th February 2009, 02:35 PM #1
What's the difference between Procurve 2510-24G and 2810-24?
Other than the huge price difference, what is the difference between ProCurve 2810 24G Switch (J9021A) specifications - HP Small & Medium Business products and ProCurve 2510G-24 Switch (J9279A) specifications - HP Small & Medium Business products ?
I need a switch for iSCSI so either one is probably a little bit of overkill (although the magic of VLANs will allow me to use it for other bits).
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26th February 2009, 02:54 PM #2
I can't see any major differences for what you want to do.
26th February 2009, 03:22 PM #3
What's the actual difference though? The specs look identical!
Originally Posted by Geoff
26th February 2009, 03:36 PM #4
Protocol support, by the looks of it.
26th February 2009, 03:40 PM #5
Ah yes.... if I open my eyes I can actually see that!
Originally Posted by powdarrmonkey
I'll be going for the 2510-24G I think... only uses 30W of power as opposed to 60W too so the TCO will be fuirther reduced!
26th February 2009, 10:07 PM #6
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It comes down to features.
The 2810 has more capabilities - such as sFlow, source port filtering, and enhanced security capabilities. I think the 2810 also has optional redundant power capability through the 600 RPS/EPS.
The 2810 also does up to 9,220-byte Jumbos, whereas the 2510G falls 4 bytes shorter at 9,216 !
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26th February 2009, 10:19 PM #7
The big difference is the 2510 contains 24 10/100 ports and either 2 or 4 1000mbit/gbic ports. The 2810 contains 24 10/100/1000 ports and 2 10/100/1000/Mini-GBIC ports.
27th February 2009, 09:53 AM #8
The OP is talking about the 2510G not the 2510 - the G denotes all Gigabit ports.
Originally Posted by localzuk
Basically from want of a better expression - the 2510G is a more basic layer 2 switch and the 2810 is a mroe advanced Layer 2/Layer 3 switch. For your iSCSI - your not really going to need anything more than the 2510G IMHO - as the bottleneck will end up being your iSCSi SAN's network interface itself and whether it supports bonding 2 or more gigabit links.
27th February 2009, 09:31 PM #9
The 2510 has a serial port... whereas the 2810 doesn't....
We use that 2810 as the central server switch for our student network.
27th February 2009, 11:07 PM #10
Doh! What a bizarre naming scheme!
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