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fsi blogg Ubiquiti Networks Unifi 48Port Pro Switch Gen2 (USW-PRO-48-POE) Choice of different brands
fsi blogg Ubiquiti Networks Unifi 48Port Pro Switch Gen2 (USW-PRO-48-POE) Choice of different brands

fsi blogg Ubiquiti Networks Unifi 48Port Pro Switch Gen2 (USW-PRO-48-POE) Choice of different brands

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      Package Dimensions :12.4 Cm L X50.6 fsi blogg Cm fsi blogg W X52.2 Cm fsi blogg HEverything was in excellent working fsi blogg condition and the shipment of my 15 switches was fast fsi blogg and everything fsi blogg arrived in top fsi blogg notch fsi blogg condition! Hope to do business again!Country Of fsi blogg Origin fsi blogg :ChinaThis is not A 48 port POE PRO. It's fsi blogg a 48 port POE only. I fsi blogg am returning.Package Weight :17.1Lbs48 gigabit ethernet fsi blogg ports, 4 10 gigabit SFP+ ports. 8 PoE++ fsi blogg ports and the fsi blogg other 40 are PoE+ fsi blogg ports.Unifi's fsi blogg controller software is excellent fsi blogg for managing fsi blogg the switch, PoE fsi blogg works perfectly. We have several downstream PoE powered switches, seven access points, and several security cameras and the switch is totally silent and powers fsi blogg them fsi blogg without issue.Unlike the Gen1 Unifi switches, these Gen2 fsi blogg switches are fsi blogg silent even fsi blogg under high fsi blogg load. If you need a big PoE fsi blogg switch fsi blogg for your ethernet deployment, this is fsi blogg a good choice. If you're already running Unifi gear and are adding this to an fsi blogg existing controller, fsi blogg it's fsi blogg a great choice.is nice! throughput and speed fsi blogg is fsi blogg awesome, haven't had the issues others are mentioning. switch fsi blogg stays in fsi blogg garageI fsi blogg waited for fsi blogg a while for this fsi blogg to be released and decided to purchase in May 2019 (I figured the early bugs fsi blogg would fsi blogg be worked out by now). Wrong. The fsi blogg first fsi blogg one I ordered reported overheating after a week of using it. Installed in a rack with plenty of fsi blogg ventilation, etc. Looking closer fsi blogg in the shell (swctrl fsi blogg env show), fsi blogg the PSU fsi blogg temp would sometimes hit fsi blogg 127C, fsi blogg but fsi blogg usually hung between 81C and 90+ C. I never had any issues where it rebooted, but again the controller and the display fsi blogg on the switch reported fsi blogg it fsi blogg overheating. I fsi blogg ordered a second unit from Amazon figured I fsi blogg had just one bad fsi blogg unit. The fsi blogg second unit I received happily shows 50C without overheating, BUT, don't fsi blogg believe it!! Again, fsi blogg running "swctrl env show", fsi blogg the PSU showed fsi blogg a temp of -128C which fsi blogg is impossible, fsi blogg so the fsi blogg sensor is obviously bad and who knows what temp fsi blogg is really was operating fsi blogg at.I fsi blogg tried to contact support but fsi blogg quickly gave up with them fsi blogg when the fsi blogg asked fsi blogg silly questions fsi blogg like, fsi blogg are fsi blogg the power cables firmly attached. Please...give me a break. I like the UniFi Wifi fsi blogg line, but the UniFi fsi blogg switches are too immature. If you search online, you'll see other examples fsi blogg of their fsi blogg switches overheating.I'm fsi blogg returning both fsi blogg and going with another Netgear switch which I know will fsi blogg work fsi blogg as I've had fsi blogg them in production for the past 10+ years fsi blogg without any drama.I really fsi blogg wanted to fsi blogg like the fsi blogg UniFi fsi blogg switch but it's fsi blogg a train wreck...don't fsi blogg bother, fsi blogg go with something reliable.Product Type :Electronic SwitchI use this as the fsi blogg base switch for fsi blogg my entire fsi blogg home network - cameras, POE fsi blogg phones, POE AP's, wireless, wired connections fsi blogg etc. fsi blogg Love the hardware, love the reliability, fsi blogg low noise and the fsi blogg Unifi management console fsi blogg is outstanding.At fsi blogg the time of this fsi blogg review, this unit is sold out everywhere online. I purchased it from fsi blogg Ubiquiti directly.The switch is currently running approximately half of the fsi blogg intended load (only the top fsi blogg row of ports). The controller is a UDM-PRO.6 G3 Flex8 G4 fsi blogg Bullet4 G4 Pro2 AP HD3 AP fsi blogg nanoHD1x Synology with 4 port link aggregation2x old Shuttle PCs fsi blogg acting fsi blogg as NAS / Plex Server units.The fsi blogg temps are typically 15 degrees fsi blogg C higher fsi blogg than the UDM Pro in SoCal summer.My previous setup was a Netgear Nighthawk X10 with Google Nest and before that, fsi blogg a fsi blogg ASUS fsi blogg RT-N66U running DD-WRT back in fsi blogg 2012.Honestly going UniFi has been way fsi blogg easier to fsi blogg setup and fsi blogg use for a layman like me. fsi blogg Very slick GUI interface. Haven't fsi blogg had to do fsi blogg anything CLI yet.So fsi blogg far so good. I'll update if any issues.Note: I am fsi blogg extra glad I got fsi blogg the 48 port--I originally intended the Synology to connect to the UDM-PRO, but it didn't support link aggregation and those 8 ports on the UDM-PRO fsi blogg share fsi blogg the same 1gb link. Bummer.


      Ubiquiti Networks Unifi 48Port Pro Switch Gen2 (USW-PRO-48-POE)Product fsi blogg Type fsi blogg :Electronic SwitchPackage Dimensions :12.4 Cm L X50.6 fsi blogg Cm fsi blogg W X52.2 fsi blogg Cm HCountry Of Origin :ChinaPackage Weight :17.1Lbs



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Buyer's experience:


      1: Everything was in excellent working condition and the shipment of my 15 switches was fast and everything arrived in top notch condition! Hope to do business again!


      2: I waited for a while for this to be released and decided to purchase in May 2019 (I figured the early bugs would be worked out by now). Wrong. The first one I ordered reported overheating after a week of using it. Installed in a rack with plenty of ventilation, etc. Looking closer in the shell (swctrl env show), the PSU temp would sometimes hit 127C, but usually hung between 81C and 90+ C. I never had any issues where it rebooted, but again the controller and the display on the switch reported it overheating. I ordered a second unit from Amazon figured I had just one bad unit. The second unit I received happily shows 50C without overheating, BUT, don't believe it!! Again, running "swctrl env show", the PSU showed a temp of -128C which is impossible, so the sensor is obviously bad and who knows what temp is really was operating at.I tried to contact support but quickly gave up with them when the asked silly questions like, are the power cables firmly attached. Please...give me a break. I like the UniFi Wifi line, but the UniFi switches are too immature. If you search online, you'll see other examples of their switches overheating.I'm returning both and going with another Netgear switch which I know will work as I've had them in production for the past 10+ years without any drama.I really wanted to like the UniFi switch but it's a train wreck...don't bother, go with something reliable.


      3: This is not A 48 port POE PRO. It's a 48 port POE only. I am returning.


      4: I use this as the base switch for my entire home network - cameras, POE phones, POE AP's, wireless, wired connections etc. Love the hardware, love the reliability, low noise and the Unifi management console is outstanding.


      5: At the time of this review, this unit is sold out everywhere online. I purchased it from Ubiquiti directly.The switch is currently running approximately half of the intended load (only the top row of ports). The controller is a UDM-PRO.6 G3 Flex8 G4 Bullet4 G4 Pro2 AP HD3 AP nanoHD1x Synology with 4 port link aggregation2x old Shuttle PCs acting as NAS / Plex Server units.The temps are typically 15 degrees C higher than the UDM Pro in SoCal summer.My previous setup was a Netgear Nighthawk X10 with Google Nest and before that, a ASUS RT-N66U running DD-WRT back in 2012.Honestly going UniFi has been way easier to setup and use for a layman like me. Very slick GUI interface. Haven't had to do anything CLI yet.So far so good. I'll update if any issues.Note: I am extra glad I got the 48 port--I originally intended the Synology to connect to the UDM-PRO, but it didn't support link aggregation and those 8 ports on the UDM-PRO share the same 1gb link. Bummer.


      6: 48 gigabit ethernet ports, 4 10 gigabit SFP+ ports. 8 PoE++ ports and the other 40 are PoE+ ports.Unifi's controller software is excellent for managing the switch, PoE works perfectly. We have several downstream PoE powered switches, seven access points, and several security cameras and the switch is totally silent and powers them without issue.Unlike the Gen1 Unifi switches, these Gen2 switches are silent even under high load. If you need a big PoE switch for your ethernet deployment, this is a good choice. If you're already running Unifi gear and are adding this to an existing controller, it's a great choice.


      7: is nice! throughput and speed is awesome, haven't had the issues others are mentioning. switch stays in garage



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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00