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https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...10gbe.html

B&H Photo Video is including a free $50 E-Gift Card and free expedited shipping with the purchase of a QNAP Qsw-1208-8C 12-Port Unmanaged 10GBe Switch.
*Note: $0.00 Tax Collected Outside NY and NJ.

"The QNAP QSW-1208-8C is a 12-port 10GbE unmanaged switch, allowing you to instantly upgrade your network environment at a cost-effective price. The QSW-1208-8C supports 10GBASE-T and NBASE-T standards, allowing you to take advantage of higher network speeds with your existing Cat 5e and 6a cables. Both SFP+ (fiber) and RJ45 (copper) ports are available (with 8 combo ports) for servicing a range of network needs. Compliant with IEEE 802.3az (Energy Efficient Ethernet, EEE), the QSW-1208-8C is energy efficient as well. With high performance, low latency and superb functionality, the QSW-1208-8C is the ideal choice for upgrading your home or business network to support 10GbE connections."
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Lots of SFP, I'd find it hard not to grab if they were all RJ45
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Still, that's not a bad deal for eight ports!
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Still, that's not a bad deal for eight ports!
It's actually a 12-port I believe, 4 SFP+ and 8 combo ports
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It's actually a 12-port I believe, 4 SFP+ and 8 combo ports
He meant 8 "usable" ports
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It's actually a 12-port I believe, 4 SFP+ and 8 combo ports
Hmm, you're right. I guess it's limited to 12 ports max no matter which ports you use:

The 12-port QSW-1208-8C switch offers four SFP+ (fiber) ports, and eight SFP+/RJ45 (copper) combo ports for connecting different interfaces to the same switch

Link: https://www.qnap.com/en-us/product/qsw-1208-8c
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What are you all using 10Gb for?
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Fwiw... the SFP ports can be used to add copper port modules as well, not just fiber. Not relevant for 1-8 since those already have copper ports, but 9-12 might be useful, if not absurdly expensive for 10Gb modules (low cost 1GB SFP modules might still be useful. depending on use case.)

Still kind a surprised this isn't managed to be able to control VLAN's and such.
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Its aimed at people who are not network engineers and just want something pnp
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Its aimed at people who are not network engineers and just want something pnp
Seems like an odd target for the price point.
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What are you all using 10Gb for?
Editing machines connected to 24 bay file storage server via 10GB/sfp+ for 500 MB/s read/write.
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Lots of SFP, I'd find it hard not to grab if they were all RJ45
That's actually preferable in some situations, especially since used SFP NIC's are super cheap. The way I would use this switch would be use SFP on all the workstations in a common area then use the RJ45 port as the up link back to the server.
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I was not even aware that QNAP made switches. I thought they made NAS devices only. Do they offer any advantages than, say, Cisco or Ubiquity?
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