EU [WTB] brocade icx6450-24 or 24p

grenskul

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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 crazy deal to be considered (cause power usage).
If you have another switch with cisco like CLI and 4 10G ports (can be sfp+ or baseT) with low power usage shoot me an offer and we'll see.
 

Rand__

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Not sure Ruckus switches can be classified as low power usage. Ok, maybe the 6 series is better than the 7 but my 7450's are not anything to write home about.
Whats your desired power draw?
 

Rand__

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Yes I know, but I dont think the datasheet represents the actual draw of these. But as mentioned I have only used the 7 line and those are much worse even in the datasheet (like tripple idle draw. Makes me wonder why).
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Anyhow, sorry for the off topic, just wanted to raise the point that the specs might not be accurate since you seemed to be concerned about it.
Good luck :)
 

gb00s

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Yes I know, but I dont think the datasheet represents the actual draw of these. But as mentioned I have only used the 7 line and those are much worse even in the datasheet (like tripple idle draw. Makes me wonder why).
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Anyhow, sorry for the off topic, just wanted to raise the point that the specs might not be accurate since you seemed to be concerned about it.
Good luck :)
My non PoE ICX6450-24 was almost fully populated and running at ~40W. The ICX7250-48 from you is just 1/4th populated and almost at 72W well over specs according to the specs sheet. Even the ICX6610 is less power hungry :rolleyes: considering 10G/40G is fully populated at ~110W. Sometimes I think either the power meters are BS or I don't know. But it never matches here ;)
 

grenskul

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It doesn't. I'm looking for the 24 port specifically . Also that is stupid expensive. For reference this is what the 48 port should go for
 

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...I would be down with the 6450-48 but it would have to be a crazy deal to be considered (cause power usage)...
I saw this and though it will fit.

Nontheless, once you sum switch, delivery rates and VAT (21% in Spain) it scales up to 165 Pounds, which roughly translates to 190€.
And if I am not mistaken you will still have to pay custom paperwork, so the great deal goes out of the window.
 

grenskul

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I saw this and though it will fit.

Nontheless, once you sum switch, delivery rates and VAT (21% in Spain) it scales up to 165 Pounds, which roughly translates to 190€.
And if I am not mistaken you will still have to pay custom paperwork, so the great deal goes out of the window.
You are mistaken . The final price would be 192 euros. There is no other cost. Also there is a polish seller that frequently has these in stock for 95€ + 25€ shipping for eu . Again final cost ( Brocade ICX 6450-48 48x Gigabit 2x 10GB | eBay). Out of stock right now but it comes back every few months.