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(Switche) HP E2520 vs Dell 6224P, Help to chose right model
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linus
Posted: Nov 21 2010, 22:37

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Нужно построит сеть и подключить около 80 комп и 80 IP телефонов с POE
Я хочу вибирать HP E2520 или Dell 6224P 8шт.
параметри Делла лучше чем HP а цени пачти одинаковые, но HP кажетса стабилнее чем Делл.
Кокую модель порекмоендуете?
 
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Posted: Nov 21 2010, 23:16

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If I was buying, I would buy Dell!!!

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linus
Posted: Nov 21 2010, 23:37

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QUOTE (In the immortal words of DJ_Pandorra--, since Nov 22 2010, 00:16)
If I was buying, I would buy Dell!!!

But why? Do You ever use Dells switches?
 
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Posted: Nov 22 2010, 15:49

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QUOTE (In the immortal words of linus, since Nov 21 2010, 23:37...)
But why? Do You ever use Dells switches?

No I haven't worked with Dell switches. I have worked with 3Com and Cisco...

I was reading about both on their web-sites. I would choose Dell because they are stackable! It's a great Feature!!
In comparison with HP it has much more features.

About reliability: I think both will have same reliability!

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Almost Everyone are saying bad About Trendnet, but We have bought a Trendnet Gigabit Switch along with 2 3Com switches! One 3Com is not functioning almost 2 months, but the Trendnet is working perfect all this period! (I am saying that not always the name is guarantee for reliability) smile.gif

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linus
Posted: Nov 22 2010, 22:46

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Yes Stacking is good fetcher, but I didn't say that switches will be in distance and I can't use stacking, and for stacking we should purchase additional options, HP have virtual stacking, the switches will be connected with each other with fiber optic, I think virtual stacking will be enough.
Dell gives 3 year warranty but HP gives lifetime, Trandnet in Armenia imported by PC-Electronic, I hate this company, there is no any support. HP have max support in armenia.
 
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DJ_Pandorra--
Posted: Nov 22 2010, 23:34

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QUOTE (In the immortal words of linus, since Nov 22 2010, 22:46...)

Dell gives 3 year warranty but HP gives lifetime, Trandnet in Armenia imported by PC-Electronic, I hate this company, there is no any support. HP have max support in armenia.

smile.gif Than get the HP. I didn't knew that they have virtual stacking. That's great!

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There some other great vendors You can choose of. For Example Cisco... smile.gif

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linus
Posted: Dec 1 2010, 01:41

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QUOTE (In the immortal words of DJ_Pandorra--, since Nov 23 2010, 00:34...)
There some other great vendors You can choose of. For Example Cisco...  smile.gif

Cisco's model is expensive and budget is not so big.

but if there is no budget shortage, what will be the best solution, Cisco or HP? as I understand from other forums HP have more good reputation than Cisco. They say that cisco is hard to configur and HP is easy one, but no one say that Cisco is more reliable than HP. if HP easy to use and more reliable then why pay extra money for Cisco?
 
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