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    Re: If you can't get CISCO which is the next best?

    I use Netgear GS748T Smart Switches here and find that they are really good. They are not a full blown managed switch as such but that does us fine.

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    Re: If you can't get CISCO which is the next best?

    I've been happy with the procurve switches I have had. Would avoid Dlink like the plague.

    Have had a procurve work fine at gigabit speeds with a total no-namer. Could be cabling issues?

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    Re: If you can't get CISCO which is the next best?

    Quote Originally Posted by e_g_r
    Whats the feeling about Netgear kit?
    I was using the unmanaged Netgear (FS524) at the edge of the network, but have found these failing after 2-3 years. So have been replacing the failures with HP 2524 switches. I've had HP 4108 at the core, connected to HP 2524 for gigabit backbone for the past the 6 years without probs.

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    Re: If you can't get CISCO which is the next best?

    I am still liking the Netgear Stuff, and it is now coming with a lifetime warranty (yes like the other big names)

    I have also been accepted as a powershift reseller, it means I can get priority support for my "customers" so long as I phone up for it etc, so I get things sorted in super quick time

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