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Insanity5Plecebo - nope, just concepts. wikipedia? cisco.com? NEver configured a dell.
PleceboInsanity5, ok cool
Insanity5Someone does, who I Do not know.
They are inexpensive switches, but -ok-... for the price.
JThp are awesome for sme
little pricey though
Insanity5Plecebo - To be secure you would have to set up static vlans. Yeah-right.
n0th1n6hi, for a dual 2.4 Ghz, 4Gb asterisk server, how many concurrent calls can be accomodated?
Insanity5Plecebo - but there's no real risk, you have 15 users, get over it, and just put them on the main network.
Pleceboyea we don't have any super switching needs, but for the pricepoint and future expansion we thought this would work well.
hadsn0th1n6: Depends.
AlystairInsanity5: can you recommend a few PoE switches?
Insanity5n0th1n6 - Codec? Transcoding? Trunks? give us a clue :)
Alystair$0-1000
JTn0th1n6: single core?
AlystairGigE is a plus...
n0th1n6g.711
Insanity5Alystair - I always just inverted at the workstation. Lazy me. Cisco anything. Check ebay if you're cheap.
AlystairCisco unghhh
I want something that won't be a pain in the ass to manage
JTyeah cisco no thanks
Insanity5Cisco gear just works too good together :)
PleceboThanks a ton for the information guy, much appreciated Insanity5 and JT
Insanity5It's a switch, it's not hard.
cmon.
AlystairI don't want to touch IOS
JTyeah, i want stuff that workd well with stuff that isn't cisco
works
Insanity5Plecebo - vlans are useful, say with a firewall, to segment off say "human resources" from the rest of the network...
without multiple switches. Very useful in a hosting envirnment.
Alystairhehe create a "dumb people" vlan that automatically switches based on the user logging in ;D
JTi don't think he needs vlans though
Insanity5Alystair - Some of the low end ones have a web gui. But seriously. What is so hard?
JTto be honest
n0th1n6ok lets say the most bandwidth hungry codec, all users comes from a single 100Mbps interface
Insanity5Alystair - to assign a vlan, it's simple. login. "conf t" interface "fastethernet0/port#" "vlan xx". Done.
hadsn0th1n6: That doesn't help. There's info on the wiki.
Insanity5n0th1n6 - You will be CPU bound. IT will depend on transcoding. Go see the wiki.
n0th1n6thanks
Insanity5JT - nope, 15 workstation network.

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