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EnGenius EGS5110P 8-Port Gigabit PoE+ (802.3af/at) Smart Switch with 2 SFP Ports

  • 8 Gigabit PoE+ Ethernet Ports & 2 SFP Ports
  • IEEE 802.3af/at Support on All Ports
  • 130W PoE Budget
  • 802.1Q VLAN & Port-base VLAN
  • Bandwidth Control and Storm Control
  • Port Trunking & Port Mirroring

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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5 out of 5 eggsWorks great!

Pros: This thing really has features that set it apart. 8 ports, 30W each up to 130W combined is quite alot of PoE. The cameras I've managed to check out and find good information for look like they'll clock in under 15W so you could max this thing out and still be under the 130W threshold. I am not so sure about wifi access points, but I think those should require less power than a camera so you're probably fine there.

The SFP ports are great for professional environments where they might be necessary (or a useful bonus).

The GUI is easy to use and works very well. The PoE management is available port-by-port.

The unit is put together nicely, and having it rack-mountable is another indication that this can be taken seriously for a small or medium (or large?) business. The thing is a tank, not a cheap plastic router for sure.

Cons: I have to agree with numerous other reviewers that the fan is loud. The AC/DC transformer is inside the unit, so now power brick -- better for rack-mounting and a bit more professional, but that means the transformer in the unit needs to be cooled, and their solution was apparently to have the fan full blast all the time.

You could probably crack this thing open and wire the fan to a temperature sensor or something, but of course that would void your warranty. Just an idea.

Other Thoughts: I don't know if this unit has any issues with heat -- with the fan going full blast, probably not, right? That's a joke, but really, I can't put enough load on this unit to really test whether it could have overheating issues -- if that's an issue in your environment, you should already know to check new hardware for heat issues if you put your gear under a heavy load.

All of my "EggXpert" reviews come with the same caveat: We are required to review these items for NewEgg within 30 days, so EggXpert reviews can't really say anything about the longevity of a product. Consult other reviews from more experienced users if you are looking for that information.

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4 out of 5 eggsExcellent for Surveillance

Pros: Physical installation was plug and play. Brackets are included with packaging for rack-mount installs. AC Power consumption was moderate under full load. Cat 5e/6 cabling performance was persistent. User interface accessible via internet browser was simple and easy to use. EnGenius had a firmware update on their website (easy to install). PoE was convenient for certain devices. Switch also supports Fiber input/output (bandwidth distributed between two channels). Devices connected will auto-negotiate via DHCP by default.

Cons: PoE (Power Over Ethernet) is very useful for ethernet dependent camera systems, although the 130watt maximum threshold was not guaranteed across all cameras used as each output was limited to 30watts. 4 Cameras at 30watts each will bring you near this threshold. Drawing power over the threshold will leave this switch useless.

Other Thoughts: I ran 6 Ethernet IP Cameras (rated at 15watts) via Cat5e 350mhz cabling, 1 4TB NAS, and bridged the switch onto a cable modem. Each device was configured with a static IP and controlled through a Camera System DVR connected through my modem. Local access was seamless, however any remote connectivity experienced some delay due to bandwidth limitations.

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4 out of 5 eggsPOE SWITCH

Pros: THIS UNIT WILL PUT OUT 130 watts total of POE power, on all 8 of the ports. So, if you want POE, this is a good unit to use. Has optical ports No AC brick to get in way. Unit feels heavy and sturdy. Steel construction. Good WEB based GUI for remote management.

Cons: None really. The fan, on the back side, is pretty loud. Not to be placed on your desk.

Other Thoughts: EnGenius is a good company. This is a premium offering, for those who want the features offered.

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4 out of 5 eggsVery nice unit

Pros: • Latest firmware loaded.
• Detailed user’s manual available on-line for download.
• Solidly built unit.
• Flexible mounting, desktop or rack.
• Good management tools available via HTML login to switch. Cable diagnostics tool can be very help to avoid trial and error replacement. Also “Zero Configuration” minimizes installation efforts into an existing network.

Cons: • Fan (40mm?) noise, high pitched whine, typical for small fans. On a business network these things are typically isolated so not a big issue. If you’re a home user, you will need to place away from your immediate vicinity or acoustically isolate it in some manner.
• Strong competition in this price range. See “Other thoughts” below related to your needs.

Other Thoughts: These comments aimed at potential user.
• The buyer needs to identify his or her needs. These considerations include 1) do you need and can you make use of the POE (Power Over Ethernet) feature, 2) if you can use POE what is the power level you need (POE or POE+), and 3) do you need a managed network switch (unmanaged, smart or managed switch)? These will affect both energy costs for large networks and data transmission rate on any network.
• Ensure your Ethernet cables are sufficient, Cat6 or better is best. These can affect energy costs for large networks.

Instructions say wait for bootup but doesn’t say how you’ll know. After a minute or so, I just plugged things in and it worked fine.

Detailed user’s manual not included but understandable since it is 46 pages. Equipment guides always handy for ITs to have. Home users will need it.

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