With three SFP transceiver included ? Did you bought it on ebay ?
Yes, with three 1G transceivers. Ebay seller fcmanagement. Did the update and 10G upgrade last night. Everything works wonderfully!With three SFP transceiver included ? Did you bought it on ebay ?
Looks like we have the same seller, does everything works fine for yours ?
I got mine for $211 delivered. $150 for the switch itself. 2 PSUs and fans and 3x Brocade 1G transceivers.How much did you pay for yours? I got 6610-24p for $170 delivered. a single PSU and fan
Just an update. g-electronic received my return yesterday and I got a full refund yesterday, so kudos that they did honor their return policy and very quickly. Maybe they got a bad lot and whomever tested them just did a power on test, who knows. I also got my new 7250 from another vendor last night and everything tested out perfect on it. Got it updated and now everything is plugged into it and working fine. Paid a couple of dollars more but vendor had a longer return policy, more inventory, the switch came in very well packaged and they accept offers. Don't know if anyone has ordered form DNI but I'll be picking up a 2nd one from them here shortly. Com closet is quiet again.so that's 3 faulty g-electronic switches just in the last 3 pages, and 1 more in a PM from someone where one of his 40gbE ports does not work. I'm calling it now, avoid g-electronic unless you really enjoy doing the ebay return dance. that's what, like 9 total bad switches from them now just in the last month?
Hi, thanks for the reply.there's no built in poe scheduling (don't think I've ever heard of that in a switch), but you can indeed do it via cli (you can do everything from the cli)
int e 1/1/1
to turn it off:
int e 1/1/1
no inline power
I replaced my fans with Noctua NF-A4x20 FLX fans. They're a bit pricey but damn near silent, I have it sitting next to me and I can't hear it at all. The switch does report the fans as failed tho.Hello,
The fans are a little too loud for my taste, I'll probably replace them with something more silent. Any recommendations? What kind of fans should I look for?
Thanks in advance.
Thanks, will try them.those commands were in response to your question "Is there a command I can send via telnet/ssh to accomplish the aforementioned scheduling? I could setup cron on a computer or VM to turn on or off the power for some ports."
those are the commands you would send via cron
Do the original fans have 3 or 4 pins? Are they reported as failed because of the low rpms?I replaced my fans with Noctua NF-A4x20 FLX fans. They're a bit pricey but damn near silent, I have it sitting next to me and I can't hear it at all. The switch does report the fans as failed tho.