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HP V1910 Series devices are smart-managed voice-ready fixed configuration Gigabit Layer 2+ switches designed for small and midsize businesses looking for an easily managed yet advanced networking solution. The Series has five models -- V1910-16G, V1910-24G, V1910-48G, V1910-24G-PoE (170W), and V1910-24G-PoE (365W) -- each with 10/100/1000 ports and an additional four true Gigabit SFP ports. These smart-managed switches deliver advanced features for environments not requiring centralized administration. They allow network operation to be optimized using an intuitive web-based management interface. Advanced features include: Layer 3 static routing; Access Control Lists for enhanced security, auto-voice VLAN; QoS traffic prioritization; LLDP; Spanning Tree Protocols; and Power over Ethernet models. The switches are supported by a 3-Year Warranty.
2 Years Of Great Service & Still Working
Pros: This switch replaced a completely disfunctional Linksys switch that decided to spontaneously self-destruct after 2 weeks of use. The management features are good, the switch actually works at gigabit speeds, and it has been rock-solid reliable for 2 years of use (and is still going strong).
Cons: Some would say price, but I strongly disagree: You get what you pay for and the actual reliability more than makes up for the price difference vs. cheap switches. If your network reliability has any importance to you whatsoever, those cheap switches are actually more expensive because they fail at the drop of a hat.
Other Thoughts: This is actually a 3Com part that is relabeled as HP since HP bought out 3Com.
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Worth the extra cash
Pros: Easy setup, lots of great features. Runs much cooler than other 48-port switches I've used.
Cons: You have to pay for quality.
Other Thoughts: I cowboyed up and bought this switch after my previous, less expensive 48-port switch (made by a popular brand that makes silver and blue wireless routers) died after just over a year. The HP switch is a world better and you do really get what you pay for.
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