I'm going to guess this is work and not home, at 1.3mil? lol
Got a couple of cute 2960s in there too?
Same here I wish I could post stuff from work. Some of the stuff you wont see in a typical data centre environment such as the DMS100 telephony switch, the DSLAMs, cable vault etc.
Can it monitor how much power is used over like an entire month? I'd love to get myself a switched PDU so bad, how much did that cost?
Those Cisco APs are complete pieces of shit... lol.
If you use Cacti it will do 12 months use
I haven't had any issues with it at all, I get about 11MB/s transfer, it runs over PoE, support multi VLANs and it was given to me for free!
I'm surprised. When I got to my current job they were trying to use them as APs, had nothing but issues. I redid everything and ran new cables and used Unifi APs and they have been great. Still rolling them out.
we deployed 8 or so of those 4410N APs and RMA'd half of them. They work well until they don't haha.I'm surprised. When I got to my current job they were trying to use them as APs, had nothing but issues. I redid everything and ran new cables and used Unifi APs and they have been great. Still rolling them out.
Just saw those Juniper EX3300 and ex4300, expensive buggers at $4k and $6k for the 48port switches..
i have to ask.. why are they so expensive vs other 48port managed switches?
My 48port 3300's were $2950/ea. Not bad for a 48port POE switch.
Graph from my PDU from yesterday when i plugged in the 3300's. This PDU only has 3/5 of them plugged into it but still made me chuckle.
We pay about $2,500 for a EX4300-24T with our discounts. Of course it goes up once you add the layer 3 license, redundant psu, jcare, etc.
One really weird thing with the ex4300 vs ex2200 is the vlan interfaces are different.
On the ex2200 vlan 110 is interface vlan.110
On the ex4300 it is interface irb.110
Drove me nuts when the config was exactly the same between them and was committed w/o errors, but it was not working.
I broke down and used the web gui (which is really nice btw) to configure the vlan and in the config it put it in as irb.1
Changed it to 110 to match the vlan number and it started working fine.
That is JunOS 13. They are unifying things is my understanding. No more GE, XE, and so forth, and thats all part of making it more unified I guess.
If you load a 13 build on your 2200 it will likely behave the same I think.
Spot on, that is it. I am surprised that they would change basic stuff like setting the native vlan on an interface and other stuff like that between JOS versions.
That plug bothers me lol
Did you put a new end on or is the plastic shield just broken?