I've been hunting for 100gbe switch for a while just to play with. And i have managed to find this switch. The person below sells it for a fraction of the original retail price.
Quanta IX8 BES-53248A1-G1-16E1 System 8 Bit Port Network Switch 115200 Baud Rate | eBay
I purchesed the same switch...
I'm chasing some advice on how to arrange and manage some switches in the homelab.
I'm finally getting around to fixing my networking after having a my 'new' switches sitting on the shelf for a couple of years. As a background I've got:
- 2x Arista 7050T-64
- 2x Brocade ICX6450 (running...
Up for sale in Greater Toronto Area is a Brocade ICX7450-48P switch fully optioned with
- 1 x ICX7400-1X40GQ QSFP+ Switch Module
- 1 x ICX7400-1X40GQ QSFP+ Switch Module
- 1 x ICX7400-4X10GC 4 x 10GbE RJ45
- 2 x 1000w AC power supplies
- 2 x Fan modules
Console cable is missing but I DIY-ed one...
STH has reviews on the AIC JBOX, and the Microchip SwitchTec PCIe switch chips.
At least in principle it sees possible to go from a single PCIe 5 slot to 4x PCIe 3 ... but I must be searching wrong, as not finding anything. Is this strictly the domain of custom hardware design, or is there...
For sale is used in like-new condition MikroTik CRS312-4C+8XG-RM switch.
Comes with all original accessories and packaging.
I used this switch for ~7 months, side-graded to a Brocade icx7250-24p to consolidate and add POE
The 10BaseT ports are 10/5/2.5 gig capable out of the box
Works very well...
In Portugal . I want a 6450-24 . The non poe version is preferred but I can deal with the poe version ( the poe version is louder and more expensive).
Looking for a deal since someone cleaned them all out on this side of the pond .
I would be down with the 6450-48 but it would have to be a...
Before I put these on the 'bay, I want to give people here a chance for a crack at them, by way of thanks (I've tried to undercut cheapest UK prices I found there). They're a mix of extras I don't need from a bundle, and stuff I've moved on from. Except one switch with mangled cages as below...
Hello everyone, I need a little help, I have an edge switch DCS-7050QX-32S-R, which physically has 4 SFP ports (1-4), but at the administration level I don't see them, I only see the QSFP ports, someone do you know what it can be?
Hello everyone, I have a case that I would like a little help, I have a DCS-7060CX-32S-R edge, which works spectacularly for me, but I would like to be able to limit the bandwidth per physical port and per vlan, someone has performed this action that can support me please.
Hey all -
Have an Arista 10 Gbps "core" in my lab. But, I've also got a random smattering of 10/100/1000 ports whereas 6 or 7 of them are POE. I used to have a Nexus 3048 as my core and just hang these 10/100/1000 off of it and the Meraki 8P POE I have. Tired of renewing license. Tired of...
I have recently purchased the above switch from local recycling company, knowing that this switch runs ONIE I was mistakenly thinking I can install any Linux network distro, but unfortunately it's not possible, it looks like it's only supports Nuage. Did I just got a useless high-end...
I'm contemplating getting a Mellanox SX6036 to act as a 40G core switch paired with CX3 QSFP cards for my VM hosts and storage nodes, however I'm concerned with the acoustics of the switch.
The data room in my house draws in air from the hallway next to my office, so I've replaced...
Selling a working Brocade VDX6740T-1G switch.
48x 10GbE 10GBASE-T ports
4x 40GbE QSFP+ ports
Firmware version 7.4.1b
Two power supplies
Five fan modules
Rack mounting kit
No cables or other accessories
Pictures: VDX6740T - Google Drive
The ports are unlocked to the max...
In shopping for switches for edge locations and I've notice that none of the vendors, except for Mikrotik publish L3 routing benchmarks, and almost all the review sites only test L2 switch performance. Especially for edge locations, Inter-VLAN routing and static routes are the most important...
My house has a 10-year-old Cat 6 network with home runs to the IT closet. None of the network cables should be over 50m or so. I'm assuming I can get 10 GbE out of them, or at the very least multigigabit.
Currently, I use a Cisco 24-port PoE-enabled switch, and have 4 Ruckus ZoneFlex 7982...