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This review is from: HP IEEE 802.11n 54 Mbps Wireless Access Point - ISM Band - UNII Band
Pros: Excellent Wireless Access Point.
Easy Web GUI based.
7-8 vlans capable.
Long range and powerful.
5 different types of radio control and frequencies and so on.
You can only use one though. That is enough for me anyway.
If I had the $, I would replace the other 3 waps with these.
This is the easiest business wap I have ever programmed.
Very easy to configure, no cd needed. No wap controller needed.
Other Thoughts: When using vlans & connecting to HP managed switch, just define the port on the switch as a trunk. On the switch, tag the trunk vlans.
Connect with ethernet cable, ready to go! It is that simple.
Remember to make the home base vlan your management vlan.
The other vlans are entered only once on one "form" in the wap.
Note for comcast bizclass users. When you setup the email, use port 465.
For some reason port 587 wold not not work for me. Might work for you though.
Pros: This monitor is a work of art!
I also was able to attach a Samsung Tab 3 8" via hdmi.
The picture was incredible.
Cons: -READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: HP 1810-8G v2 Switch
Pros: Great Switch for gigabit.
HP ProCurve Switches Rock...
I like to do remote reboots & this switch is built for it.
If you don't want to mess with vlans and other advanced
features, this switch can be hooked up out of the box.
Tons of green features. DHCP available too.
Other Thoughts: If you want the switch to get time info & the ability to ping,
Make sure the vlan management port is set to none.
You can still have access to the switch by setting up
a standard port on the same management vlan.
This is a new security feature in the hp1810g version 2 switch line.
I got help with this issue from a very knowledgeable HP engineer.
I can't believe I actually got a real life tech support person on the phone!