We are looking to finally upgrade to Gigabit Ethernet. What is the best unmanaged auto sensing switch out there? (24 port) I'd like to keep it under $500.
We have about 150 of the ports active and majority of the traffic is isolated to each switch. From what I have read, the only difference between the SLM and the SRW, is the SRW has 4 GBIC's and the SLM has 2. I thought using the GBIC was only good if the distance between the switches was a long distance away. What benefit does using the miniGBIC provide?
Would having a Core Switch help us?
What about having a router on the internal network?
Why should we go wtih HP instead of Cisco, Foundry Networks(now Brocade), or Juniper Networks?
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