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[Amazon.ca] D-Link 10-Port Gigabit Smart Managed PoE Switch, 8 PoE+ Ports (65W), 2 SFP Combo Ports, | 35% Off | $109.99

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[Amazon.ca] D-Link 10-Port Gigabit Smart Managed PoE Switch, 8 PoE+ Ports (65W), 2 SFP Combo Ports, | 35% Off | $109.99

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  • Eight (8) 10/100/1000BASE-T PoE /PoE+ Ports
  • Two (2) Gigabit SFP Ports
  • Supports PoE and PoE+ (802.3af and 802.3at) with 78W PoE power budget
  • Supports 802.1Q VLAN, Auto Voice VLAN and Auto Surveillance VLAN
  • Advanced features include QoS, Bandwidth Limiting, Link Aggregation, Port Mirroring, Spanning Tree and IGMP Snooping
  • Security features include Access Control List (ACL), 802.1X / RADIUS, ARP Spoofing Prevention, and D-Link Safeguard Engine
  • Easily managed using intuitive GUI, D-Link Network Assistant Utility, D-View 7, Compact CLI or SNMP

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Good price for a smart managed switch with PoE. If you're worried about space, I'd look at the Netgear GC108P as well at $120. (Ignore the reviews re: the cloud app, it can be managed locally just fine). If you have a rack, this DLink is rack mountable and also has both a CLI and SFP Ports and makes this a no brainer.
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What does the power supply look like on the D-link? Is it just a brick with a cord that plgus directly into the switch?
Or is it a brick that uses a C13/C14 cord (which I find annoying, but I get why they are used) like on the Netgear option.

I like the netgear option as it's much smaller but dislike the power supply.

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vodka wrote: What does the power supply look like on the D-link? Is it just a brick with a cord that plgus directly into the switch?
Or is it a brick that uses a C13/C14 cord (which I find annoying, but I get why they are used) like on the Netgear option.

I like the netgear option as it's much smaller but dislike the power supply.

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vodka wrote: What does the power supply look like on the D-link? Is it just a brick with a cord that plgus directly into the switch?
Or is it a brick that uses a C13/C14 cord (which I find annoying, but I get why they are used) like on the Netgear option.
It is interesting that on staples.ca this same switch looks very different and has an internal power supply: https://www.staples.ca/products/171562- ... -sfp-ports
It's probably an older version because the DLink website shows the same switch as Amazon's.
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alpovs wrote: It is interesting that on staples.ca this same switch looks very different and has an internal power supply: https://www.staples.ca/products/171562- ... -sfp-ports
It's probably an older version because the DLink website shows the same switch as Amazon's.
Yeah, the older "C" revision was an internal PSU, the current "F" revision uses a 54V external PSU.
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Kwirky wrote: Yeah, the older "C" revision was an internal PSU, the current "F" revision uses a 54V external PSU.
How does one get firmware for it? The DLink support page has it only for "B" version: https://support.dlink.com/ProductInfo.a ... 0-10P%2FME

Yet, there is another version with 10 ports but two of those are shared with SFP: https://www.canadacomputers.com/product ... anguage=en
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arth33 wrote: Good price for a smart managed switch with PoE. If you're worried about space, I'd look at the Netgear GC108P as well at $120. (Ignore the reviews re: the cloud app, it can be managed locally just fine).
How about this statement from the review: "The product is locked down and refuses to allow local management without a registration key"?
You have to register to manage it? That doesn't sound right.
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Do I need 22 awg Ethernet cable for poe to work?
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alpovs wrote: How does one get firmware for it? The DLink support page has it only for "B" version: https://support.dlink.com/ProductInfo.a ... 0-10P%2FME

Yet, there is another version with 10 ports but two of those are shared with SFP: https://www.canadacomputers.com/product ... anguage=en
That's dlink.com, dlink.ca has the C and F versions: https://support.dlink.ca/ProductInfo.as ... S-1210-10P

I have no idea why there's differences between Canada and US models.
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FaHaKa wrote: Do I need 22 awg Ethernet cable for poe to work?
No, even 28AWG supports up to 30W which is as much as this switch will deliver, if you need more than 30W you'll need a bigger switch and a bigger wire gauge.
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alpovs wrote: How about this statement from the review: "The product is locked down and refuses to allow local management without a registration key"?
You have to register to manage it? That doesn't sound right.
I have one and didn't need to do that. I just logged into the web interface and clicked the option to manage it locally. If you choose the other option (Insight cloud management), then yes, you need to register and can't manage it with the insight app. I had it working without ever downloading the app or registering. I tried the app later (and registered) but I didn't like it and reverted and can manage every feature without the cloud service. I suspect that the reviewer picked the wrong first option and didn't know how to reset it to local management.
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That's not just plug and play?
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Don’t care much about DLink, nor I would use one on my network. Every DLink I used in the past has issues, needed constant restarts, zero customer service and dropped support in one year or so. Slow to fix bugs, even slower to fix security issues.

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