MikroTik CRS309-1G-8S+IN Review Inexpensive 8x 10GbE Switch

Deslok

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Since this looks like you're working up the stack CRS305>CRS309 does this mean we'll see a review of the current largest SFP+ primary unit they have the CRS317?
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Patrick

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Possibly. It may end up being the CRS328-24S+ next.
 

Deslok

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Possibly. It may end up being the CRS328-24S+ next.
do you mean the CRS328-4C-20S-4S+RM or CRS328-24P-4S+RM (or even the CRS326-24S+2Q+RM their names are terrible) I do love the 328-24P(we use one for our security cameras) I'm not so sold on the 4c-20s but i'm sure somewhere there's a need for piles of 1gb fiber that I'm just not in touch with.
 

i386

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Wouldn't it be more efficient to put the fan on the large heatsink? o_O
 

Rand0mUser

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It would help cooling down the CPU, but not the transceivers. Transceivers temp can be a problem, as explained by MikroTik here.