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Old 11th August 2004, 21:04   #1
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Omdat ik nu een gbit switch heb voor m'n privé-mini-lans verkoop ik hierbij men Baystack 24 poorts. Tis ne managed switch en de (veel te dure) management's kabel zit er ook bij.

Ge moet niet in de console zijn om de switch te kunnen gebruiken. Hij is dus gebruiksklaar. In perfecte staat.

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Nortel Networks Baystack 350 - 24T Switch (24 poorts)

BayStack 350 series switches support high-utilization workgroups in small- to mid-sized organizations, with models providing 12 or 24 auto-sensing 10Base-T/100-Base-TX user-side ports. For high-bandwidth uplinks to servers or other switches, BayStack 350 switches offer Media Dependent Adapter (MDA) slots for Gigabit Ethernet, Fast Ethernet fiber, and 10/100 auto-sense Ethernet.

Key Features:
12 or 24 auto-sensing 10/100 user-side ports (half-duplex and full-duplex) for high-utilization workgroups in small- to mid-sized organizations.
Flexibility in high-bandwidth uplinks including Gigabit Ethernet, Fast Ethernet fiber, and four additional 10/100 auto-sense Ethernet ports (with MultiLink Trunking of up to four uplink ports.)
Wire-speed throughput with 2.5 Gbps switching fabric and full frame forwarding and filtering across all ports at 3 million packets per second peak rate.
Port-based or policy-based VLANs on any switch port, with 802.1Q VLAN trunking and 802.10p priority queuing.
Flexible management choices, such as Optivity Network Management software, SNMP and RMON monitoring and control, and the Device Manager software with easy-to-use graphical user interface (GUI).
Nieuwprijs: 1500 euro (tweakers pricewatch)
Andere prijs da ik gezien heb was 1300.

Doe een bod

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http://users.skynet.be/fa031314/switch.jpg

Verzending is mogelijk, op kosten en risico van koper.
Afhalen is natuurlijk ook mogelijk.
Ik woon in brasschaat, antwerpen om die vraag al te vermijden.

Hij is eventueel ook rackmountable, die oortjes, washers, en bevestigingsmateriaal zitten er ook bij.

Hij staat ook op andere fora, omdat ik em kwijt wil
 
Old 13th August 2004, 14:00   #2
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bod van €150 op Loveno fora
 
Old 18th August 2004, 14:19   #3
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bod van 150 euro is ingetrokken

meeneemprijs = 125 euro voor zoveel hebde ne nieuwe unmanaged nog ni
 
Old 18th August 2004, 15:32   #4
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prijs is idd laag

ma kunt ge mij is ff uitleggen wa het voordeel van een managed switch is....
 
Old 18th August 2004, 15:52   #5
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An unmanaged switch is a glorified hub. It means that the switch does
its thing with no user interaction. For most people, that's quite all
right. The switch's benefits over a hub are full bandwidth to each
port, rather than smushing all the data over all the ports like a hub,
and dealing with collisions.

A Managed switch has its own IP address, and has a telnet and maybe a
web-based interface to monitor and secure access to each port on the
switch. A managed port can have VLANs, which effectively break up
different ports on a switch into different switches. This can be
useful when you have a lot of ports but you'd like to, forinstance,
separate direct connection to the Internet for a few computers, from
the rest of your local area network.

A managed switch can tell you about excessive usage on certain ports.
It can be used to limit the number of IP addresses that one port can
service. This is important if you want one computer for one port,
forinstance. It makes sure nobody plugs a hub into a wall and shares
off more connections without talking to the administrator first. A
managed switch can also be used to enable or disable specific ports
without unplugging a cable.

This pretty much scratches the surface of what a managed switch can do
for you. There is also logging ability, traffic management, and a lot
more. But if you never need any of this, an unmanaged switch is
adequate for many businesses.




moet wel zeggen dat Nortel switches/routers hun console commands niet voor de hand liggend zijn en het toch wel wat inspanning vraagt om u der in te verdiepen.
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Old 18th August 2004, 20:44   #6
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thx jmke

ik heb de cli nooit ni nodig gehad, ik heb die enkel voor wa basic lanning gebruikt, niks speciaal dus.

Je kan daar allerlei truuken mee uitvoeren, das het voordeel van een managed switch. Ik had dat gekocht voor in de toekomst.. ooit..

Maar wij hebben max. met 14 man ge-land dus ik heb die nooit niet nodig gehad.

Ik heb daar een boek bij van een router van nortel, daarin wordt ook uitgeld hoe je een verbinding maakt naar die console enz.
 
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in a few days I might have some money, then i'll gladly pay €125 for it
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Old 18th August 2004, 21:29   #8
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genoteerd, thx Dur0n
 
Old 18th August 2004, 21:37   #9
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merci voor de uitleg JM
 
Old 18th August 2004, 22:33   #10
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indien niet weet ik misschien wel een koper.

ik zal het eens navragen.

kan daar eigenlijk een gigabit module (fiber of copper) in ?
 
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