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This review is from: Buffalo BSL-POE-G2105U Switch
Pros: My surveillance camera is an IP camera and works with Power Over Ethernet (PoE) switch. This switch works as expected and is able to power my camera.
This switch is a rugged and sturdy metal case. No cheapo plastic case here. Be aware that the power adapter is built-in. In other words, no external power adapter. The power cord is a three conductor PC power cable.
Other Thoughts: Using this switch with Axis IP surveillance camera model P1405-E. This switch is a great match-up for my camera.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I installed this card on a server I built that includes a SuperMicro motherboard X9SRL-F ATX. And, the operating system (OS) is VMware ESXi 5.5. Adaptec provides drivers that supports this OS and I found it to be most compatible. This card performs very well. The heatsink has four threaded studs, one on each corner to mount a cooling fan right on the heatsink. I purchased a Noctua A-Series NF-A4x10 40mm cooling fan to mount on the heatsink. The specs for the fan screws are: 4 x (M2.6 x 12L) screws. This size screw is very hard to come-by and I understand this size is a Chinese metric. I never heard of a Chinese metric. Anyways, a hobby shop was where I found screws of size (M2.6 x 10L) and they worked very well.
Other Thoughts: Be sure to purchase the this card kit because it includes the proprietary cable. The stand-alone card for less money does not.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is the best wireless AP that I have purchased. Over the many years, I have purchased many different wireless AP and they have all been of the consumer type, cheap. This AP has been the best. It is very stable and reliable. And the user interface is very straight-forward. Although it includes a ceiling mount, I installed it flat on a desk.
This AP has only two (2) Ethernet ports (RJ45). The are labeled LAN1(PoE) and LAN2. LAN1 is intended for your router’s input and LAN2 for connecting a device such as a PC. I initially connected my router to LAN2 and could not be it to work. Ensure to connect your router to LAN1 and it should be fine. I must have misinterpreted the documentation.
Cons: no consREAD FULL REVIEW