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Ubiquiti Networks 8-Port UniFi Switch, Managed PoE+ Gigabit Switch with SFP, 150W (US-8-150W)

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  • (8) Gigabit RJ45 Ports
  • (2) SFP Ports
  • Non-Blocking Throughput: 10 Gbps
  • Switching Capacity: 20 Gbps
  • Forwarding Rate: 14.88 Mpps
  • Maximum Power Consumption: 150W
  • Supports POE+ IEEE 802.3at/af and 24

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Ubiquiti

Managed PoE+ Gigabit Switch with SFP



The fanless UniFi® Switch delivers quiet yet powerful performance with its 10 independent switching ports. Sharing a total of 150W PoE, eight Gigabit Ethernet ports offer 802.3af/at PoE+ or 24V passive PoE, and two SFP ports offer optical connectivity.

Versatile Port Configuration

Eight Gigabit RJ45 ports offer different power output options: auto-sensing IEEE 802.3af/at PoE/PoE+ and 24V passive PoE, and two SFP ports provide optical fiber connectivity options to support uplinks of up to 1 Gbps.


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Wall Mounting

The included Mounting Accessories support any orientation wall-mount and desk/shelf mounting.


Sleek Design and Management

The compact UniFi Switch can be placed on a desktop and integrates with the UniFi Controller software for centralized management of your UniFi devices.

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Advanced Enterprise Switching

The UniFi Switch supports 802.1X authentication, dynamic and static VLAN tagging, port isolation, storm control, and guest control.


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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Easy to use and a powerful switch

Pros: - Fanless and silent.
- 10 Gb thorough put non-blocking
- 802.3af/at POE, 802.3ad support.
- configurable 24v passive POE
- Easily adopts into UniFi controller software suite.
- 2 SFP ports to connect other like hardware.
- VLAN support

Cons: - System is a little hot if you don't have good air flow around it.
- Would like a gui web embedded into system, but actually that's probably a security issue too like my older Netgear managed switches.
- would be great if the SFP ports were, or at least 1 SFP+ for 10 GB network.

Other Thoughts: This is my second 8 port 150w switch to connect my POE cameras and other IoT devices to in separate vlans. I will be linking this together with my first one via SFP from another housing building using underground wire. I know I could just let the NIC port do that, but that's a waste of a port when the SFP's aren't being used. You can get the SFP fiber or copper for around $18 - $44 each depending where you get them from.

I've worked with Cisco, HP and Netgear products for over 25+ years. To be honest, I like punching out at work and coming home to a running home network to relax not punch back in.

Though Ubiquiti equipment is high in price, you'll won't complain 5 years down the road. How many consumer brand routers I've go through do to no support for security issues I could have saved $3k. Think about that. I started off with a ER-X then went to USG and USG-Pro. Ubiquiti's products are top notch. There is a little learning curve but it's easy and easily can be found.

I would recommend this to anyone looking for a safe investment with security and hardware in mind.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Excellent switch for small networks

Pros: Ubiquiti's selling point for their Unifi line is drop-dead simple management. A controller is necessary - Ubiquiti's Cloud Key is the easiest, although a Raspberry Pi works perfectly well, run Unifi the app in a Linux machine (VM or not), or even as a Windows app. Configuring the switch from that point is an exercise in point-and-click. Firmware upgrades appear automatically and (nearly) everything just works. Ubiquiti's management interface sets a standard that no other manufacturer can touch. If you really miss diving into console commands, you can SSH into the switch and do that too.

POE works flawlessly on all modern (past 10+ years) equipment. The US-8-150W certainly is capable of driving full power. I ran 147W of POE stuff without issues. I had no issues powering POE cameras and access points with the longest cable run over 225 feet (70 meters). The switch does get warm when driving over 60 watts, so make sure it has good ventilation. There isn't a fan for cooling so careful placement is required but you won't have any noise.

Configuring VLANS, port aggregation, is trivial to do as well. If you have already invested in Ubiquiti's ecosystem, the US-8-150W switch is a perfect fit when more than a few POE ports are required.

Cons: A flaw across the full Unifi line is no support for Layer 3 protocol. This limits all Unifi switches to relatively simple network configurations. No routing support also means that different VLANs on Unifi networks cannot communicate with each other. This switch is best suited for home or SOHO use; anything more complicated requires major contortions to move data through a more capable upstream router.

I'm not sure why Ubiquiti bothered with the SFP uplink ports. They're only 1GbE capable and proved incredibly picky about what SFP modules worked. Ubiquiti would be better off saving money be either dropping the SFP ports entirely or swapping them for a pair of non-POE RJ45 ports.

You need to be careful with this switch when powering equipment drawing more than 50-60 total watts because of heat. Rackmount ears are provided, but the switch is only half the width of a 1U device. You'll either need a ventilated shelf or prop the switch up on something to get enough airflow.

Other Thoughts: I certainly recommend the US-8-150W switch for anyone who prioritizes easy management and needs more POE ports or power than the Ubiquiti US-8-60W provides. You need to have either a simple network or more capable (i.e. not Unifi) routers upstream of the US-8-150W switch. SOHO users should be able to manage perfectly well as can possible (very) small businesses.

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5/ 5
Ubiquity Networks 24-Port UniFi Switch, Managed PoE+ Gigabit Switch with SFP, 500W

Pros: I was hesitant to try this new switch as I manage 25+ HP PoE switches but after seeing one switch being deployed I want 25 more ASAP. It is wonderful to be able to get into my UniFi-Server hosted on a 2008r2 server. I believe Windows 7 or Windows 10 or my MacBook Pro would all have been sufficient to setup the UniFi-Server. I started the UniFi-Server for 35 Ubiquity Access points I manage and much to my pleasure the new switch just appeared in my UniFi-Server and all I had to do was click adopt. Once adopted the UniFi-Server told me my switch needed an firmware upgrade and the UniFi-Server handled that with no problem. I see other Network Admins complaining about the UniFi-Server method of managing switches but I thing this is a greatest thing since sliced bread. As I get more and more of the very affordable switches I will be able to setup VLANs across my whole network and I will only have to log into one location to see all of the Ubiquity switches. Imagine checking 25 switches in 1 hour to make sure only the ports you want tagged or untagged are properly configured.

Cons: My Ubiquity Networks 24-Port UniFi Switch, Managed PoE+ Gigabit Switch with SFP, 500W needed a firmware update out of the box.

My switch came with two SFPs in the box and when I deployed the switch the provided SFP did not want to play nice with the fiber SFP at the other end of the connection so I used one of my SFPs in place of what came in the box. To be honest I should have taken the 2nd SFP provided with the Ubiquity switch and plugged it into the HP ProCurve and verified if that matched pair would work or not?

The UniFi server does take regular updates to keep it in tiptop shape and remember Java needs periodic updates also.

Other Thoughts: If given the choice I would have a fire sale on HP-ProCurve switches and replace everything I have. Easy management, easy management.

I think the bigger your network and the more Ubiquity devices you have makes the UniFi server and Ubiquity devices a match made in heaven. No more keeping IP tables handy with all the switch info just so you can troubleshoot an issue. Log into the UniFi server click on Gateway switches, Access Points (APS), Phones or just click on ALL and there your devices are.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Quiet PoE

Pros: No bombastic fan! Solid construction. Easy to manage with the UniFi Controller.

Cons: I really want rackmount ears.

Other Thoughts: It just works.

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5/ 5
A dream to manage

Pros: Once you have your controller and adoption process sorted out these are an absolute dream to manage. Every switch can be managed from a single interface, no need to look up an ip address and log in to each one individually. Port templates can be set up and then applied to each port as needed so you don't have to configure vlan's & poe individually on each port. I will never go back to the clunky HP/Cisco small business/DLink/Everyone else interface.

Cons: It can be work getting the controller and adoption figured out initially. Probably not ideal for the home user.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
No complaints

Pros: -Quiet
-Unifi UI is awesome
-Well built

Cons: -Does not have ears for rackmount. I realize this is due to passive cooling and they do not want excess heat from other equipment. This leaves extra cost of a shelf to rack it.

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Verified Owner
5/ 5
Impressive little switch!

Pros: Well, it's a network switch that I can manage, plus the design and construction seems well thought out. PoE is also a big plus, as I also have a compatible WAP on the way that can be powered by this switch. It will also allow for me to power a couple of IP phones through PoE, if I want to go that route in the future.

Cons: The UniFi controller didn't want to recognize this switch right away, so it's not exactly plug and play. However, after a little bit of fiddling, I was able to successfully adopt, and update the firmware on the device.

Other Thoughts: While I can understand why people might wrinkle their noses at the centralized UniFi interface, personally, I think it's the future. Why log into each device separately to configure your network, when you can do it all in one interface? While the benefits may be a push for a home network, the benefits seem abundantly clear to me in a larger network environment. Meanwhile, the interface paradigm is certainly nimble enough for both environments, and will be easier to expand over time.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Quiet Little Switch!

Pros: - Small
- Low power
- Very quiet
- Easy to configure

Cons: Not really a con, but I wish it supported SFP+/10Gb

Other Thoughts: Fantastic little switch, I have 2 of these. Replaced some of the bigger more power hungry switches in my home. Easy to configure. Real solid feel, not a "cheap feeling" switch. Easy to add to the UniFi console.

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