I have a uap ac pro, zero vdi clients, security cams, and voip phones powered successfully so that is a resounding YES!gah... I'm not even fully utilizing my LB4M. Threw an offer out anyway. Anyone know if the POE works with Ubiquiti APs?
This site is bad for my wallet.
Amen brother.This site is bad for my wallet.
Well, I mentioned it because they're SAS cables (and quite old ones) for disk shelves, not ethernet cables - their rated speed for the application they were sold for is 6gbps per channel, and 40gbE is nearly twice that. Like I said though I'd imagine it would still work given they're not crazy long and you have good transceivers on both ends (eg not cheap switches/cards)Grabbed the HP card and a cable.
According to these posts:
NetApp being a successful company if their cables cant hit the rated speed as their SAN appliances were / are quite popular
hehe, right. I do know that prior to me buying one and PM'ing it to a couple members here in june, he hadn't sold a single one in months. So maybe 15 switches sold @ 150 is better than zero sold at $350? I have a feeling he has more than a hundred of these - he's one of a couple ebay sellers who won a giant auction lot from brocade's HQ in California while they were doing a clearout - hence the Brocade internal QR sticker on the front of themI'd think most folks are here are trying to get the lowest price that the seller can accept. In that regard, I'd say it's not their best friend. But I'm not sure if I can classify as worst enemy either.