Networking :: 8 Port Switch Or HP 1810 Or Netgear GS108T Or PowerConnect 2808

Dec 14, 2010

8 Port Gigabit Switch, HP 1810-8G, Netgear GS108Tv2 and Dell PowerConnect 2808, which one is better for LACP Link Aggregation?

The Netgear GS108Tv2 has more function than the other two, but I don't know the Netgear is stable or not?

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I managed on my own to figure out how to Telnet in, activate the web control panel, and then access that via the web. Now here is what I am trying to do, it is not that complicated. We have a FIOS connection with 5 IPS: FIOS comes in as Ethernet, without DHCP.

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6-8: Not in use

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Port 2: VOIP: Always gets TOP priority, then Port 3: PoS (but not that important), then port 4: internal (less important), then port 5: public wifi (least important).

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