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Re: [K12OSN] Recommendation Needed



I've been using a 24-port Netgear 10/100 switch with no problems to
run 20 clients.  I do know gigabit is recommended for the server link,
but you can run without it.

Eric

On 3/19/07, Peter Scheie <peter scheie homedns org> wrote:
You can get a cheap TrendNet switch with 24 100Mb ports + 2 1Gb ports for ~$95 at
NewEgg.com.

Petre

Pete Horm wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I am trying to decide what is the best route  to take with the switch
> that I am going to connect the server and clients to.  From reading many
> of the posts, gigabit is recommended for the server.  I unfortunately
> don't have any gigabit switches.  I do have a cisco 3500 spare switch.
> In looking for cheap gig switches, there are a few for around 300.00,
> but they are low end stuff.  I might be able to scrape a few coins
> together to buy one of these for the school district with what is left
> in the budget. In your experience, which way would you recommend?
> Thanks so much!
>
>
> pete
>
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